1.25" always .25 more than your lug. That is what everyone i know goes by. My dad's Viper has the .92 track so he has 1.175 studs my uncle has the 1" track on his ZR 800 so he has the 1.25" studs. Sorry I said my dad runs 1.125s on his Viper with the .92 track but I was just stupid and forgot he runs 1.175s. Sorry about that.
Edited by - Sled_Dog on February 01 2002 7:26:09 PM
That all depends on what kind of sled you have. My 00 500 XC SP doesn't even need them because of the heat exchangers. Thay act as tunnel protectors. I would go to Woody's website and see if you even need them. It will tell you in there app. guide. It will also tell you how many you should put in for the type of riding and how much carbide you need up front to even it out.
<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote> yeah YOU HAVE TO EVEN IT OUT. Don't try and run like stock 4" carbides with 192 picks. Say hello to the trees for me if you try it. [/quote]
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