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I have the sno pro track so i am just wondering if i stud the track will it shorten the life of the track drastically? If not what do you guys recommend for a F7 for ice drags and how many? Also is there a stud pattern for our sleds?

Or should i just buy a small track and stud that? Although that sounds like alot more work

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If I was going to do ice drags on a plowed suface I think I would get a lower profile track. What do you do most trail ride or just drag?
 

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The 1.375 track will just bend the studs over on bare ice compared to the 1" track. You probably should have got the 1" in the first place. It's a fine all around track. My 800 had the 1" track and hooked pretty good. The 1.375 is a freakin trail shredder :eek:
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bah

where i go theres not alot of traffic or trails.... aka fresh powder....so i appreciate the hook up of the larger track.....

when i was on my buds rx-1 ( 1" track ) same lake....seemed gutless off the beaten path

but i do agree about the studs
 

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I agree, my 1.375" sneaker is AWESOME in loose snow and powder. I do have mine studded and just accept the fact that she won't hook on glare ice with those LONG studs. I wouldn't worry about the life of your track unless you plan on spinning on lots of rocks / dirt / pavement and that neat stuff. I stud all my tracks.
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