Both those stud patterns are the same, but it works good thats the on i use.
The Tugster has got this one covered! Add Dooredneck's awnser on the outside edge studs (been there!) and the lesson is complete.tughillterror said:It doesn't matter which one you use, you can make up your own pattern if you like. The big thing to look for is to try and get as many scratch lines (seperate lines the studs would make if the track spins) to provide the best traction possible.
My advice is to use the double backers instead of the singles. They will provide just as good of traction, but a lot better support. The studs will put up with a lot more stress this way. Good luck!
Yes and way better stopping on ice or really hard packed snow.andjayik said:so 96 down the middle would give good traction in cornering and straight?