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Was thinking about adding a few more studs to my sled. There's 102 on it now and that's just not enough. I have a standard F7 (1" lugs) so it has every third "window" closed on the outside. Stud Boy has a 136 pattern that calls for a stud in this window. It would mean that the stud would be in line with the slides though. Has anyone tried this or have any thoughts about it?


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SeymoreF7, I use the Redtail 1.25" studs in my 1" std. F7 na they work great. I also run 136 in it. I used this stud setup: 2-2-4 in a 'V' pattern, with the filled in windows studded from the center of the window varying the repeat in to the inside of the track. This works great. Just make sure you suck the heads of the studs into the track. Make sure the studs you buy don't have a thick head on them like the Woody's. Good Luck! :)
 

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You will have no problem studding in the closed window. I have installed 170 and love it. I used the Woody Megabites. As far as Woody's heads being to thick to use in the closed window, I don't agree. I was also concerned about having studs on the rails and increased vibration but I have had none.
 

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I used Woody's on mine but I have alum. Backers. heads pulled in just fine. Might not be able to with plastic backers. :beerchug:
 

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170 1.25 studs and 800 miles on same hyfax and still good.if you wanna bite go with 170.dont worry about the windows if you can get 800 miles on hyfax thats good enough for me. :beerchug:
 

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I used 136 1.075 megabites on my '03, and 153 on my '04 F7. Had 5600 on the '03 and 4300 miles so far on the '04. I haven't had a problem with either as far as studs go or extra wear on slides.

Mike
 
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