Whether you have a new or used track, iGRiP has a model of screw in studs for your snowmobile. These studs offer the advantage of being silent, inexpensive and easy to install. Due to its lightness they will not add excess weight to the track and you no longer will be afraid to puncture your radiator. For security in the trails, the addition of iGRiP studs will do a great job both when braking and accelerating. They will bring you a feeling of stability, security and control of your sled on roads and icy curves. In addition, it should not be forgotten that it’s always practical to be equipped with these while crossing on asphalt as they will allow you to cross without hesitation. For snowmobile tracks, it’s always better to pre-drill the holes. This will better ensure that you’re in the middle of the track lug and that the studs will go in straight.
You will need a 3/32 '' drill bit. Note that there’s always an installation tool included in each package. To make it easier to insert the iGRiP stud, you can dip them in dish soap or a lubricant that is not petroleum-based.
- Pre-drill to a depth of 1’’ for tracks 1.50’’ & above
- Pre-drill to a depth of ¾ ’’ for tracks 1.25 ’’
- Pre-drill to a depth of ½ ’’ for tracks 1.00’’
ST-24R Snowmobile track 1.25’’ & above (standard stud)
ST-25R Snowmobile track 1.5’’ & above (standard stud)
SS-25R Snowmobile track 1.25’’ & above (shoulder stud)
SS-28R Snowmobile track 1.5’’ & above (shoulder stud)
Average quantity of studs required, depending on the pattern used
- Track = 120 ’’ / approximately 150 to 200 studs
- Track = 137 '' / approximately 200 to 250 studs
- Track = 144 '' / approximately 200 to 350 studs
And so on…
Here’s how to figure out how many rows you have on your track:
You take the length of the track and you divide it by the pitch drive (distance measured between each row).
- ex. Track (136’’) divided by pitch drive (2.52’’) = 53.96
- You should have approximately 54 rows Here’s how to figure out how many studs are required for your track:
If you put 4 studs per row it gives you the following:
- 54 (rows) x 4 (studs) = 216 studs required.
If you do a 5-4-4 stud pattern which gives you an average of 4.3 studs per row then you get the following:
- 54 (rows) x 4.3 (studs) = 232 studs required
ST - Standard Studs: These are the most commonly used ones that are available in different lengths
SS - Shoulder Studs: These are a more aggressive stud that have a hex head that stays above the track lug. These will need to be installed into tracks that have a solid bar type lug that would be stronger.
*** There are many sizes and quantities of these studs available, we have listed the popular sizes and quantities below for immediate purchase, but if there is a different size or quantity you are looking for please contact us and we can get them for you, shipping from igrip to us is usually next day, so we can get them to you quick in most cases.
All prices shown are in Canadian dollars