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I'm pretty sure you have to drill the track for push thrus. I think they get the name from the fact that the stud is "headed" & you push the stud thru the hole in the track, install the backer & fasten w/ a nut.

I don't think the T nut style are used much on the trails anymore. I think the racers still use them because they are easier to replace/swap between heats.
 

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he may be talking about the ones you put in your lugs?
 

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i would just like to know if the push through studs are as good as the ones that you have to drill[/b]
You have to drill the track to install push-through's.
 

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If you can install push thrus withoout drilling ... PLEASE remind me NEVER to thumb wrestle you ... :lmao:

Just giving you the gears, :D

You have to drill for all "thru track" stud installs ....
 
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