Single ply VS two ply tracks on studding and strength.
Single ply tracks are as strong as two ply tracks as they are used by many manufactures that are running high horse powered sleds. The problem we see in the market place is people studding incorrectly. Single ply tracks must be studded using only approved style studs and when not followed this is where we see failures.
How do the studs hold up in the Ice Tech Tracks?
The studs from all the testing we have done will actually outlast the track. This is the same concept as tire studs where you run a heavy car down asphalt roads for 10 to 15 thousand miles without any failures. A snowmobile driven most of the time in the snow has very little problems with stud failures or holding up to these conditions. Unless you actually break a profile the studs won't pull out.
How aggressive are the Ice Tech Tracks?
These tracks are equaled to 96 trail studs without all the added weight. These tracks on average are only a pound to a pound and a half heavier than a normal track.
What is a good trail track yet still better in the snow than my Ripsaw track?
Your typical Ripsaw track is a great track for the trail but if you're looking for some off trail adventures as well the cobra track offers both a blend of high performance trail and off trail capabilities. The cupped 1.352 lug height has superior traction for both applications.
What sizes are available in the 13.5 inch wide category for the F7 sleds?
We presently only have two available models. First is the Ripsaw track in 1.250 lug height and the other is a Hacksaw track which is a 1 inch lug height.
Can I buy tracks from Camoplast?
Camoplast doesn't sell to the end user. But any local dealer has access to our full line up of replacement tracks as well as High Performance trail tracks.