Is a 155 track good for trail riding?
Free Member. For running in the U.P. you don’t need more than a 700, and a 155 is pretty long for the trail ride.
How thick is a snowmobile track?
Snowmobile tracks vary from 40 (asphalt) to 80 (racing and mountain) durometer. In short track trail sleds, a hard track is generally faster. Paddle thickness also affects paddle stiffness. A thicker paddle of lower durometer can seem stiffer than a thinner paddle of higher durometer.
How long is a 146 track?
Shop for 146 inch length by 15 inch wide snowmobile tracks. You’ll find a wide variety of snowmobile tracks to choose from. Always keep in mind what lug height your sled can accommodate.
How much does it cost to stud a track?
Usually, it takes about $60 to $100 to install studs on a track. This cost varies depending on the length of the track, how many studs you are going to install, and what type of studs you are going to install.
Can you ride a RMK on trails?
Large Member. My buddy rides his 163 Pro RMK on the trails in Northern Mn when his son comes along and steals his Renegade. It’s no rocket, but the trails up there aren’t very tight.
What is the shortest snowmobile track?
Choosing a track for your snowmobile used to be simple — you either used a “short track” of 121 inches or a 136-inch mountain sled track. These days track lengths come in 121-, 128-, 136-, 141-, 144-, 151-, 159- and 162-inch sizes. Tracks are generally 15 inches wide.
How do I choose a snowmobile track?
The easiest way to determine the size of track that belongs on your sled is to reference a snowmobile track fitment guide. These fitment guides will indicate the length and width that will fit on your sled….How To Choose Your Next Replacement Snowmobile Track
- Lug or tread height.
What is the best snowmobile track length for trail riding?
A longer track length is usually at least 136 inches (3.45 meters) long. They have deeper lugs for better traction and cover a larger footprint on the snow. They can navigate efficiently off-trail and in deep snow.