I am looking to buy new carbides and have received mixed feedback over which to choose - single vs. dual? What is your opinion??
Good bite in the corners is what I am looking for - I have 96 studs as well. I was just on Bergstrom's website and was watching their video's on the new Advantage 3 carbides. Are you running these or the good and ugly's? What inch do you run? According to Berg's 6 would be more than plenty for my set-up but friends have advised to use 8".Depending on your riding style, do you want a trail cruiser with no darting, or do you want something with good bite in the corners...? Also depends on on how much traction you run on the other end.
Single carbides all the way for me , preferably bergstrom skegs with 3/8" "ski saver" shims between ski and runner. Or SLP SLT skis, which works very well on my edge.
IMO dual runners is a band-aid fix for darting problems.[/b]