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Snow RUBBER TRACK Application Guides Thickness HelmetsTrack Belt Selecting a Stud Length Woody’s® considers 1/4” to 3/8’’ penetration to be optimum. The height HeadwearTrack Lug penetration is measured from the tip of the stud to the top of the track lug. Review the Penetration Recommendation Cart to Commun determine the appropriate stud length for the track that is installed Systems Stud Size on your snowmobile. Deviating from the recommended length may cause premature track wear, tunnel damage and /or loss of 1/4’’-3/8’’ Penetration Range Eyewear control. Always consult your dealer and your owner’s manual when installing studs and remember to balance the turning carbide length Woody’s® penetration recommendation Riding to the number of studs installed in your track. for riding is 1/4’’ - 3/8’’ Gear *Variable Length Traction Master® Master™ ApparelMSRPGrandMSRPSignature Series™MSRPGold Digger®OverallPenetration RangeStud Size Lug Height -0-3% *Variable +/- .015 5/16” Stud 5/16” 5/16” 5/16” 0.75 *0.875 .345-.375 1.26 389-9240 $50.95 - - ATV/UTV 0.82 0.875 .295-.325 1.26 389-9240 $50.95 - - Tires *0.920 .320-.350 1.327 389-9023 $50.95 - - 1 .400-.430 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - ATV/UTV 0.85 0.875 .245-.275 1.26 389-9240 $50.95 - - Wheels *0.920 .310-.340 1.327 389-9023 $50.95 - - 1 .370-.400 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - Tubes/Tire 0.88 0.875 .215-.245 1.26 389-9240 $50.95 - - Repair *0.920 .270-.300 1.327 389-9023 $50.95 - - 1 .350-.380 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - ATV/UTV Add Ons 0.91 *1.000 .320-.350 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - 1.075 .390-.420 1.485 389-9246 $50.95 389-8604 $79.98 389-9786 $28.95 Security & (12) Covers 0.92 *1.000 .310-.340 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - 389-9786 1.075 .380-.410 1.485 389-9246 $50.95 389-8604 $79.98 (12) $28.95 Winch 1 1 .220-.250 1.41 389-9243 $50.95 389-8600 $79.98 - *1.075 .300-.330 1.485 389-9246 $50.95 389-8604 $79.98 389-9786 $28.95 Exhaust (12) 1.1 *1.175 .320-.350 1.575 389-9249 $50.95 389-8608 $79.98 - 1.25 *1.325 .320-.350 1.73 389-9281 $57.95 389-8612 $96.98 389-9787 $32.95 Control (12) 1.375 *1.450 .345-.375 1.852 389-8731 $57.95 389-8616 $96.98 - *Woody’s® recommends .250 to .375’’ to be optimum penetration. Deviation from this recommendation can result in premature track wear, tunnel Suspension damage and/or loss of control. Trail/Traction Balance Recommendation Chart Drive Consult your snowmobile owners manual or contact the dealer to determine the snowmobile’s Fuel/Air horsepower. It is essential that you have adequate tunnel protection. Stud Quantity Horse Trail Performance Stud Quantity Woody’s Runner Series Electrical 50-60 48 96 Up To 48 Top-Stock 60-75 72 96 Up To 72 Extender Trail II Engine 75-100 96 120 72 - 144 Trail Blazer IV 100-125 120 144 144-192 Executive Series 120-130 144 168 168-192 Ultra Series Chassis & 125-150 168 192 • These are recommendations only. Riding style Frame 130-170 192 192 and terrain must be considered. Brakes Selecting Stud Design Woody’s® designs studs specifically for different riding terrain and levels of riding skill. To determine the type of stud to install, the snowmobile rider must evaluate not only the Tools Woody’s® traction and control products available, but also determine personal riding style and the terrain to be traveled. Two categories of studs are available, the conical and directional. Each category has several designs within to accommodate different riding styles and terrain. The conical studs, such as the Gold Digger® Traction Master® and the Chemical ExcelTM, are designed to penetrate hard-packed snow and ice, The directional studs, like the Mega-Bite®, are designed to hold more area for traction on softer ice and terrain. Woody’s® studs are available with a 1/4’’, 7mm or 5/16’’ and 7mm are smaller in diameter at both the head and shank, therefore lighter. These studs require a 7mm support plate for a correct fit. Situations where these studs might be considered are racing (light weight) and where ultimate strength of a larger stud isn’t necessary. Snow The 5/46’’ studs have a larger head and shank. These studs require 5/16’’ support plates. Sleds over 100 horsepower (600cc range) and aggressive riding are good benchmarks for a decision to use 5/16’’ studs. Display & Support Plate Selection Promo Consider Round, Square, Double Digger®, Steel or Aluminum when determining the best support plate: 1. Round: use with 7mm or 1/4’’ studs that are .875’’ or shorter in Length; light weight. Available in steel or aluminum. Cross 2. Square Steel: economical and strongest support plate available; recommended for all-purpose trail riding. Reference 3. Square Aluminum: durable and light weight for performance. 4. Double Digger®: added support for performance; available in aluminum only. 716 ATV/UTV 2016 MTA Distributing East Coast: 800-251-0640 West Coast: 800-231-8529


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