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Looking to purchase studs for an 06 zr900. I currently have used Woodys Gold Diggers. I am happy with perfomance, but would like to know if there is any other brands that are better? Any info on stainless, are they as strong?
 

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There is a thread here worth you checking into about studing a ZR. Stud boy. I have stainless on one of my sleds. 1000 miles none broken, but two bent. They say stainless, but they do show a slight bit of rust on the heads when sitting. They clean right up the first use.
 

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Originally posted by rever900@Oct 5 2005, 09:01 PM
Looking to purchase studs for an 06 zr900. I currently have used Woodys Gold Diggers. I am happy with perfomance, but would like to know if there is any other brands that are better? Any info on stainless, are they as strong?
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For more info you can check out this site: Woody's FAQ's :banana:
 

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I checked out Woody's website. If I go with the standard 1'" track I will go with 1.075 Gold Diggers 144 down the middle. If I decide on the sno-pro I will go with 1.450 Gold Diggers 144 also down the middle. Just still trying to decide on standard or sno pro.
 

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I run Saber's. I love 'em and they've been very good since 98. I would NEVER, EVER use nylon/plastic backers again though. They were a BIG waste of $.
 

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Originally posted by thesnowgod@Oct 9 2005, 06:46 PM
I run Saber's.  I love 'em and they've been very good since 98.  I would NEVER, EVER use nylon/plastic backers again though.  They were a BIG waste of $.
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Since '99 I've had good success with Saber Stingers then Woody's Golddiggers.
Both set-ups were with Saber plastic backers. Great success!
They backers only fail if over-torqued at time of installation. Follow the instuctions and be happy. :smiley-faces7:
35 lb/in max. compared to 80 lb/in for metal backers.
 

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Stainless Saber's, stainless nuts, Stud Boy powerplate backers! :div20:
 
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