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Pros and cons? I've read earlier that some guys wished they had used 1.175's in 1'' track. Any experience with either one?
 

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I just put in 102, 1075's last night. We rode it about 3 miles in 2 inches of snow. I think I should have went with 1175 's and more. But I just mostly trail ride anyway. We'll see when we get more snow.
 

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Just ordered 170 picks from richmotorsports ... 1.150". I've heard you can't go wrong with these on a 1" track.
 

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Originally posted by FASTCAT@Dec 5 2002, 10:55 AM
144  1.250" s.s. fasttracs c/w STUDBOY double plates in 1" track,  I hope it hooks up, trying it tonight.
FASTCAT--Do you have plenty of clearance in tunnel using those 1.250's? Let us know how it works out after riding. THANKS
 

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There seems to be plenty of clearance, They recommend using 1.375" on the sno pros 1 1/4" tracks, same tunnel, same drivers.
 

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I'm using 170 1.250 Stainless, round plastic backers, AC pattern over closed windows. Not many miles, so far hooks up great with plenty of clearance! The rule for studding has always been 1/4 - 3/8" above lug height and minimum 1 stud per horsepower.

Works for me!
 
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