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It should be a 1" track, or 1.25" total inside to top of the lugs.
A 1.5" to 1.6" overall stud length is what you need. Each manufacturer has a different number system, so find out the actual length of the stud before you buy.
 

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my last three new sleds i studded in this manner. 144- 1.175 Woody's 1+5/16 with double backer plates(48 of them) and 48 singles. i placed all inside the hyfax and close to the hyfax. as that is where the weight bearing is. first row almost as close to hyfax as possible and then next row about .375 offset to center and third row another .375 offset. the studs appear from back to be hugging the hyfax rather than down the center. on glare ice i can cut quite a grove. the dont seem to tear out and still give good cornering considering they are NOT on outside of hyfax. every sled we studded on outside hyfax past 15 years tore out eventually. they wear very well. have 4000 miles on the 2001 ZR600 with little if any wear.
 
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