if it's the stk. track ,it's single ply .they do look like it could be 2 ply till you see one .you''ll know if you use the wrong studs and end up with a coolant leak and a missing stud . :wink_old:My 2016 renegade 1200 is supposed to be a single ply track, however it is definitely 2 ply where the studs are recommended for installation. The plugsthat came out when I drilled the holes all had 2 distinct plys. I suspect this is why ski doo wants the studs located there.
Track has the locations marked where to stud in the center (qty 84) and it also says "studdable using approved BRP studs" or something along those lines. I included the pic of my track with the 1 layer of fibres, therefore I was leaning towards 1 ply myself. Just wanted to get others opinion based on my pic.Bestia, did you spin the track by hand and look at it? If it is one ply it may have a notice "not to stud" embossed in the rubber? I found the notice a few times on my ice ripper 1.25.
That "not to stud" notice is on your track because it is a pre-studded track, not because it is 1 ply. They don't recommend studding the Ice Rippers and Ice Attaks.Bestia, did you spin the track by hand and look at it? If it is one ply it may have a notice "not to stud" embossed in the rubber? I found the notice a few times on my ice ripper 1.25.