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I have a F7 snow pro and thinking of putting picks on it. Has anyone who installed woodys 1.45 or stud boy 1.50 had any problems with the picks hitting the tunnel when the suspention is compressed
 

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My dealer is a great guy, He told me it will be under warranty if I have them do it, so I did, And I have been dealling with them for years if he tells me something he will stand by his word, SUN & SNOW, NY Great people, I droped off my sled, they put in the studs and the rope fix and I had my sled back at the end of the day!
 

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I bought an F5 sno-pro but I put on the 1.0" lug track.

I didn't want to trail ride with studs 1.4" + long.

I installed 102 1.075 long Woody's push thru's. I uses 1.375 dia. back up washers.

No problems here. Studs easily clear tunnel and front heat exchanger.
 

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Believe it or not my 02 sno pro does have some scratches in the back of the tunnel. I don't know if the track is too loose or if that is just the way it is. Same track as the Firecat sno pro (1.375") with the 1.450 megabites. Sorry guys but this is something you might all have to deal with. Nothing major.
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make sure you use the length of stud recomended for the sice of lug on your track, also keep an eye on the tension of your track if it is too loose it will slap the tunnel.
 
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