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This year I am going to get the hole shot and let everybody else play catch up !!!!!! :smilielol: :wut60:

These are Big Dog studs made by stud boy for D&D they are only avalible though them .........very agressive tapered point with a 60 degree carbide tip . I lined up to a few sleds with these in them last year and all I can say is if you can't beat em you might as well join em . :fluffy: This is about as good as it gets for a trail stud .
 

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Originally posted by dead1dave@Oct 2 2005, 03:02 PM
This year  I am going to get the hole shot and let everybody else play catch up !!!!!! :smilielol:  :wut60:

These are Big Dog studs made by stud boy for D&D they are only avalible though them .........very agressive tapered point with a 60 degree carbide tip . I lined up to a few sleds with these in them last year and all I can say is if you can't beat em you might as well join em .  :fluffy: This is about as good as it gets for a trail stud .
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Price ?
 

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Man your gonna ruin the starting line. Those are gonna destroy the concrete, not to mention the water box. :frech11:
 

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Hey Man, just curious about the height of those studs. Not no expert here, but aren't those studs sticking above your lugs alittle bit. maybe the camera angle isn't as good as if it was in person, but they look like more then 1/4" above the lugs.
 

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Originally posted by snowman-F7@Oct 2 2005, 03:35 PM
Hey Man, just curious about the height of those studs.  Not no expert here, but aren't those studs sticking above your lugs alittle bit.  maybe the camera angle isn't as good as if it was in person, but they look like more then 1/4" above the lugs.
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Just the way its supposed too be :div20:
 

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would these work with the 1inch ripsaw track? cause i think that is what i am getting for my sled. i like the paddle track but i want more top end.
 

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so that would be a kick ass combo with the D&D clutch mod!!! should have it back from D&D any day now. :banana: :banana: :beerchug:
 

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Originally posted by snowman-F7@Oct 2 2005, 02:35 PM
Hey Man, just curious about the height of those studs.  Not no expert here, but aren't those studs sticking above your lugs alittle bit.  maybe the camera angle isn't as good as if it was in person, but they look like more then 1/4" above the lugs.
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:dunno: Anyone else understand this? Sounds like your saying the stud should be lower then the lug? If so, that ain't going to work.
 

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Originally posted by snowman-F7@Oct 2 2005, 03:35 PM
Hey Man, just curious about the height of those studs.  Not no expert here, but aren't those studs sticking above your lugs alittle bit.  maybe the camera angle isn't as good as if it was in person, but they look like more then 1/4" above the lugs.
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HP dont mean s*#t if you cant get it to the ground, 1/4 inch above the lugs isnt gonna cut it. This of course is just my .02 though.
 

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IM USING 1.325 ON MY 1 INCH TRACK ITS GOING TO BE 3/8 ABOVE THE LUG 153 DOWN THE MIDDLE . I HAD 1.187 ON MY OLD ZR 600 THAT WAS AN .850 TRACK THOSE THINKS LOOKED LIKE FINGERS BUT BOY DID IT HOOK!
 

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your not going to hit your tunnel??
 

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As you can see they work quite well,my sled is the orange one on the left and that is basically ice with about 1" of snow on it.I ran these all last year and they are still like new.I would recomend the long Power Tower nuts since they bite so hard. :div20:
 
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