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I have been debating about bying these, i have a 92 xcr which has some kick to it but with the short track i sometimes have a hard time when playing in the deep snow, do you think these would help, it is already studded but i am also thinking about getting a better track next year maybe.

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sorry, i started to think about that after i posted...Yes, they bolt on with a stud but i think they can be put on bye themselves too.
i found their home page:
http://www.snow-bug.com/powderscoop.htm
 

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I second that, deeper lugs and no studs if you play in powder type conditions alot....the more weight on your track equals more rotating mass, or less power! Plus that would be like re-studding your track just to add those, I just don't think there benefits outweight there cons.
 

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my track is already studded and i would only use a 32 pack, looks cheaper then a lug track.
 
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