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Snow WOODY’S CARBIDE RUNNERS Helmets Headwear ® Trail RunnersFlat Top runner design®Flat-Top Commun • Provides steering traction on hard-packed or icy surfaces, carbide runners are an essential part Systems of traction and control products. • Designed to provide you with the added grip and turning ability you need for a variety of chal- lenging conditions. Eyewear • Manufactures their runners with the finest carbide and steel. • Extra long mounting bolts and flanged lock nuts allow for fast and easy installation. Riding • Exclusive Flat-Top® surface provides maximum support. Gear Flat-Top® runner has more support surface • Rear angle cut prevents catching when reversing or unloading. • Balancing the length of carbide in your runner in ratio to the number of studs is a must. Apparel • The number of studs you put in your track will determine the length of carbide you will need on your skis. ATV/UTV Tires Now has a 60° Carbide For Better Traction ATV/UTV Wheels Tubes/Tire 1-1/2” carbide wear pad 4” of 60° turning carbide Full-length carbide wear pads 10” Repair of 60° turning carbide ATV/UTV 4” Extender Trail III™ Flat-Top® 10” Ultra Series Add Ons • Popular runner for trail riding. • Premium performance carbide runner is designed for very en- • It has 4” of 60° turning carbide, with domed 11/2” carbide wear pads at ergetic trail riders and cross-country racers who demand superb Security & each end of the full length hardweld. cornering control. Covers • Offers the Extender Series to replace the manufacturer’s stock runners • Extra long 10” of turning carbide with a sharp 60° cutting edge for added cornering control, especially when the trail begins to get icy. provide that control. Winch • Guideline for consideration of the Extender Series would be up to 72 • A high profile runner bar and full-length carbide wear pads studs installed in the track. protect the runner from premature wear. • This runner will handle heavily studded sleds - 192 or more Exhaust studs for proper balance between the studs. Control 1-1/2” carbide wear pad 6” of 60° turning carbide Suspension 6” Trail Blazer IV™ Flat-Top® • For the trail rider looking for more performance in cornering power Drive and control. • 6” long with a 60° edge. Fuel/Air • Hardweld covers the full length of the area between the turning carbide and the carbide wear pads. • Large 1/2” diameter bar for strength and 3/8” ski mounting bolts. Top-Stock™ Series Electrical • Runner is designed to use with 72 to 144 studs installed in the track. • Top-Stock™ is an economical hardweld runner designed for extreme • It is essential that the track be studded when using this runner. service or utility applications. Engine • 1/2” host bar with hardweld increases the depth of the runner for added controllability. Chassis & • Recommended for deep snow or snowmobiles with 48 or fewer studs Frame installed. Brakes 1-1/2” carbide wear pad 8” of 60° turning carbide Tools 8” Executive™ Series Flat-Top® • Designed for performance trail riders and cross-country racers. • 8 inches of 60° carbide provides turning power for the Chemical experienced rider. • The carbide of this runner must be balanced with a studded track. • A guideline to follow would be to have 144 to 192 studs installed Snow in your track before considering this performance bar on the trail or cross-country course. Woody’s® ACE™ Runner Display & • Utilizes a 3/8” x 1/2” preformed steel square bar. Promo • Features a taller profile and is more aggressive, providing excellent control onWARNING! Cross Proper track studding is mandatory with the use of this runner. Dangerous loss rider forward sleds. Reference of snowmobile control may occur without the proper studding amount installed • Available in 8” carbide for trail users in our most popular number series. in the track to balance with the 10” of carbide in the runner. 711 Price may change without notice. Please log-in to www.mtadealerconnect.com for the most current pricing. WWW.MTADISTRIBUTING.COM New numbers are in Red


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