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Are cleated tracks any good for ice drags? I am wanting to upgrade my suspensiona dn looking at all options. It seems like they would be pretty good, but I would like to know the good and bads.
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No, not good. Extremely heavy.
 

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Actually they are alot lighter then rubber tracks?? Yes best traction for ice drags but are not allowed anymore in sanctioned racing , but if just going to the lake to race sure . Just have to look them over and make sure no cleats are cracked pretty often otherwise can come apart. But we ran them for years they hook HARD !!!!
 

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Actually they are alot lighter then rubber tracks?? Yes best traction for ice drags but are not allowed anymore in sanctioned racing , but if just going to the lake to race sure . Just have to look them over and make sure no cleats are cracked pretty often otherwise can come apart. But we ran them for years they hook HARD !!!![/b]
 

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I agree.They are alot lighter than rubber tracks,especially the titanium cleated tracks.I recently heard they might be alowing them in MSDRA again soon as they have found insurance companies that will insure them again.Alot of guys stopped drag racing when they outlawed them.They do hook up well on the ice though,just be careful for cracked cleats! You should be able to get one at a good price now too!Good luck
 
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