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I Have an 03 ZR900 and i was wondering if anyone has used Joes Studs. The reason I am asking is because I a have chance to get 192 of them for a very good price through a friend. I would be getting stainless steel, braised in carbide tips. Are they worth saving the money?
 

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I know nothing about Joe's, Frank's or Lil Ted's studs but I do know since switching to Woody's studs I've had zero problems. You get what you pay for.
 

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But as far as Joe's... As ZR Sled Head said, you get what you pay for. 95% of everyone use either Woody's or Stud Boy's, there's got to be a good reason for that. I bought my TCat already studded with a less expensive brand and they didn't last as long as a good set of Woody's or SB's. If I were you, spend the extra few $ and get the best. Over a few years even $100 isn't much.

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anyway i have never heard of the joes studs but bought extreme max studs last season from jumpstartracing.com and am very pleased with the way they have held up.

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What I have found out in business. Companies using someones first names are not as credible and long lasting. Joe's sounds flaky. Woody's was a first name but is just used for stud line and are excellent, their real company name is International Engineering Co.
 

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Well today I went to the Michigan Cup grass drags and found out that the supposedly "JOE'S STUDS" are a Woody's stud, But I guess what happens is that other companies will buy a bunch of either left over studs from a sled show or something and then put there name on it and sell it. So I feel a little better about buying them. I just hope that I don't have problems with using that long of a stud, 1.40" on a 1.25" Lug track.
 

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I cannot believe what has happen in this forum since I have been gone for a few days preparing for some Grass Drags. I cannot believe that ANYONE would have thought that this would have been tolerated.
 
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