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Plattsburgh, NY- Camoplast Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of snowmobile tracks, is proud to announce construction improvements and a new size for the revolutionary ICE Ripper™ pre-studded track.

The ICE Ripper track has taken the market by storm following its introduction last fall. Engineered as an intermediate step between unstudded tracks and tracks with conventional studs, the Ice Ripper is a light-weight, turnkey approach to traction enhancement for snowmobile safety. It has received very positive reviews in the leading snowmobile magazines. It also ranked very high among the most popular replacement tracks available last season, and was subsequently offered as a factory-installed option on specific Ski-doo models during the spring early-order period.

For 2007, the ICE Ripper track has been updated with a new fully-clipped configuration to be more compatible with no-slip drive sprockets, thus improving performance on certain models. And the ICE Ripper now features slightly taller (.080-inch) lug studs for a better bite on ice or hard packed snow conditions, with the outside lugs further reinforced to handle the stresses resulting from the more aggressive lug studs.

In addition to the 15-by-121-inch and 15-by-136-inch sizes offered last season, the 2007 ICE Ripper is also now available in a 15-by-128-inch size to fit specific new models from Arctic Cat and Polaris. This ICE Ripper model, number 9038H, features 272 of the new size lug studs and has a manufacturer’s suggested list price of $713.

Camoplast tracks equip ninety percent of all snowmobiles on the trail today, and are also available as aftermarket performance upgrades from better snowmobile dealers throughout the North American snow belt.
 

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I just installed a 1 1/4 ice ripper and love it. My old 1" with 168 picks was good, but this track hooks up better on hardpack, and little or no slipping on glare ice.[/b]
REALLY!!!! how many picks in the ripper???? Also does it trow snow like studs to cool the slidders and coolers?
 
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