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Studding your snowmobile track is a safe thing to do.

Put up your hand if you’ve slid through a corner and ended up in the bush. Have you crossed a lake, got the next land crossing, hit the glare ice found at every portage, and then slid into the portage at a much higher speed than you wanted?
Ironically a buddy texted while writing this, and I quote; “So…..I rolled her lol. Runs mint but time for some parts lol. No studs and glare ice are a bad combo when stopping lol.” Running a non-studded track is simply very, very, unsafe.

Check out the article here: Studding Your Snowmobile Track - Snowmobile.com
 

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I'll never stud a track again.. studs came out and went into heat exchanger leaving me stranded in the middle of nowhere. It was not a good day. Also large section of track ripped out
 
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