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Yeah I was just thinking of putting some studs on my XLT. I was just wondering if anyone else had some ideas as to what kind I should put on and how many. I am a pretty aggressive trail rider and my 94 XLT is stock. Everyones thoughts and ideas would be appreciated!!



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I got 96

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polaris man have you had any problems with the metal backer cause my uncle has the same stud pattern and has pulled about 8 studs
 

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96 studs for trail riding. For aggressive trail riding or the occasional drag, 144. Too few studs is worse than too many. Too few studs + aggressive driving + spinning = pulled studs-ripped track. If you dont want to go with studs on the outside, go with a 144 pattern in the middle that uses some double backers for 2 studs side by side on some belts. I had 144 in my old 93 XLT, 144 in my 97 XCR600 and 96 in the wifes Indy 500 (wifes still spins too much).
 

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I've got 96 Woody's Megabites with nylon diamond head backers up the middle in the aggressive pattern.
 
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