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mostly pros when it comes to extending your track, one pro is on trails the longer track bridges bumps which makes for a smoother ride.
 

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only con is it will push a little more in corners but a 136 wont be very noticable.
 

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no unless you are riding on an inch or less or on bare ice but it will be the same problem with a short track sled. But if you pick up some ice scratchers they will throw a bit of a roost onto them.
 

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not much weight added though
 

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My fully clippped Camo Cobra 136x1.32" was almost the same exact wieght as my 121" stocker with 142 picks in it.

Traction...my sled stops and goes better than it did with studs unless I am on total ice. Looks...what isn't to like there.

Do it.
 

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I have both 121" picked and 136" streched to 144" cobra this year. I love the ride of the long track way better over the bumps and it hooks better as well. Not to mention the deep snow advantage[thumb]
 

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go to a 144. looks meaner
 

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I just got a 136 this year and can really only find two cons to it. Those being the additional weight of the track and suspension, and it doesn't jump as well on the smaller stuff. That being said I love the 136 ride and performance in the deeper snow. Even the handling is still good.
 
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