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I have a stock 2001 MXZ 700 with a 1.25" camoplast ripsaw track. I want to stud it according to the studding recomendations, i would have to get 1.5" studs. My question is will there be enough clearance between the studs and the tunnel/ heat exchanger/ bulkhead?
 

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I run 1.075s with a .88 inch lug abd have never had a problem. Not sure if this helps. I see you location - I am from Delhi Ontario. LOL
 

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brutusmxz700 said:
I run 1.075s with a .88 inch lug abd have never had a problem. Not sure if this helps. I see you location - I am from Delhi Ontario. LOL
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haha that is funny Delhi-US, Delhi-Ontario.

Well anyone els got anything to add that would help in my situation?
 

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I just put on a 1.25" Ripsaw on my 01 700 MXZ. I did lots of research and 1.325" was the reccommended length.
Jeff
 

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I've run up to 1.40's on my 01 with an 1.25" track with no problems.


Currently runn 1.375's in a 1.25" track.
 

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would i have to get protectors under there or how do i tell what they look like if i already got them?
 

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You will need to get tunnel protectors so your studs don't carve up your heat exchanger. They are two plastic bars that slide into the heat exchanger that go from end to end. They're easy to install if you don't have them and they're cheap also!
 
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