i put 192 megabites(1175) in one and 192 (1375) stud boys in the other , aside from bending i like the bigger ones better all aroundKordon said:
I used 144 1.4 stud boys. hooks up nice--1000miles and no bent or damaged studs yet. You need to use the taller tunnel protectors.Kordon said:
I used the same only with 96 down the middle and found that it was barely adequate for just trail riding. I'm thinking about adding another 48.Mach Daddy said:168 Woody gold diggers (1.075) down the middle. Seems to work great! Haven't lost one yet 500 miles
What parts are you waiting for??bossboy said:I planned on using 48 doubles and 96 single backers on mine, but it has been at dealer waiting on ski/doo parts on backorder for 3 weeks now. I have never seen anything like this sleds blunder! I forgot I did too. The rings that they said were not bad on my 800 and thats right the rings on my wifes 600 also. Sorry off topic wish I could stud something, maybe another brand?
I'm in whoohoo! My dealer told me to wait for a couple hundred miles to stud, strech out the track first, you guys agree with that? I'm afraid I'll kill myself without studs.irnhed said:Kordon...You in? Did you buy?
I put 48 doubles (96 studs) down the center and 48 on the outside for 144 total.
I have the 1.25" ripsaw. My pattern is 2 doubles in center, 2 singles in outside 2 doubles in center, 2 singles in outside with the pattern repeating every 6 rows.
From what I've learned, a double backer provides a stiffer reaction and is equivalent to 3 singles.
192 Woody's signature series, 1.075". I went with Woody's reccommendation. Mint.Kordon said: