I put them on my standard track just before X-mas. Unfortunately, I haven't been able to ride it much since then due to lack of snow. I was up on Mille Lacs (MN) last weekend, which was pretty much glare ice. I was able to hook up pretty well though, and didn't see any problems with them. I think they're a good choice, and will hold up just as well as anything else. Unless of course you want to drop the mother load on Gold Diggers, etc.
My buddy who helped me put them in has been installing studs over the past few years. When we opened the box to put these in he made the comment that these studs (Extreme Max) look just as good, if not better, as the Woody's and Stud Boys he has been putting in. I've heard more good news than bad news about them. And on top of that, can any of the other manufacturers offer you a 2 year, bend/break warranty?
B) have 144 in my 02 zr 500 with 1500 miles and none bent.some tips gone but havent broke or bent one. the only thing that bends or breaks studs is the guy pushing the go lever when he sdouldnt be. i.e. on rocks and over tree roots etc.
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