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so i have the money to buy a new track for my edge x 600 i found this one on ebay and it seems to be a decent deal, http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-CAMOPLAST-RIPSAW-SNOWMOBILE-TRACK-15X121X1-25_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZalgoQ3dLVIQ26ituQ3dUCIQ26otnQ3d3Q26poQ3dLVIQ26psQ3d63Q26clkidQ3d5604946067888076840QQ_trksidZp5197Q2em7QQcategoryZ100466QQitemZ370464828476#ht_500wt_956
i plan on putting in 96 picks. i ride mostly on the trails and a bit on lakes i wanted to go a bit more aggressive than the previous 1" lug track i had before. what do you guys think?
 

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The predator 1.25 is a much better track, hooks up waaay better than my friends ripsaw. You can get the predator 1.25 from tracks usa for the same price. I am very happy with my predator, the lugs are less prone to ripping off as well.
 

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Have you tried one of the sites sponsors cbperformance parts. I know he was the cheapest last year. I would buy a predator also. I have a 1" on my pro x. Love it.
 

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You want this track: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-CAMOPLAST-SNO-PRO-SNOWMOBILE-TRACK-15X121X1-375-/110619653217?pt=Snowmobile_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19c171f461#ht_500wt_956

and these studs: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Woodys-5-16-MEGA-BITE-60-CARBIDE-96Pk-W-Lck-Nuts-1-450-/400176158606?pt=Snowmobile_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5d2c5b978e#ht_1429wt_939

I ride aggressively on mostly rough trails, and ride a lot of lakes, and this track/stud combo flat out rocks!!!
 

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SledHed89 said:
so i have the money to buy a new track for my edge x 600 i found this one on ebay and it seems to be a decent deal, http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NEW-CAMOPLAST-RIPSAW-SNOWMOBILE-TRACK-15X121X1-25_W0QQcmdZViewItemQQ_trkparmsZalgoQ3dLVIQ26ituQ3dUCIQ26otnQ3d3Q26poQ3dLVIQ26psQ3d63Q26clkidQ3d5604946067888076840QQ_trksidZp5197Q2em7QQcategoryZ100466QQitemZ370464828476#ht_500wt_956
i plan on putting in 96 picks. i ride mostly on the trails and a bit on lakes i wanted to go a bit more aggressive than the previous 1" lug track i had before. what do you guys think?
The track & studs I highly suggest are listed above this post. Your tunnel has about 1.575" of stud/track. clearance. After than, you need to notch a track, and/or run tunnel protecters.

The 1.375" Camoplast SnoPro track is a GREAT track for hard packed trail, lakes, glare ice, and deep snow. It is a staggered paddle design, but the lugs are very beffy, and the lugs are not small, so don't rip easy at all. My Father has 4200 miles on his, and it literally looks the same as brand new, with the exception of 2 inner lugs, and 3 half outer lugs.

Woody's studs are the best on the market IMO. Woody's 1.450"/5/6"/Megabite of Gold Digger studs are the absolute best stud. Signature series SUCK. The Megabites and Gold Digger's come with aluminum tall nuts now, so the stud is much more supported. I run aluminum round backers, as they do not have a sharp edge that could be pushing into or threw the track over something like a rock.

The "generic" 96 stud pattern is nice, but has room for a lot of potential. A "generic" 96 stud pattern has 8 scratch lines (99% its 8), But the pattern I run has 12. I run studs in different arrangements on the 3rd set of stud pattern. Also I run a few double backers, as two studs get close together, and makes the track a little stronger where those studs are. I have like 12 or so.

Just a little info...
 

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Personally, Id stay with a 1" track. I had a 1.25" Ripsaw on my sled and it was OK, but there was a lot of track howl and unless you are riding on packed down snow, the Ripsaw isnt the best track there is. Finger tracks arent good for loose snow.
Id buy a 1" Carve/Predator and call it a day.
 

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thanks alot guys! Great info! i think im going to go with the sno pro track. i just need to get it and put it on before the snow starts flying!
 

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SledHed89 said:
thanks alot guys! Great info! i think im going to go with the sno pro track. i just need to get it and put it on before the snow starts flying!
Your not going to regret it!
 
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