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Thinking of buying longtrack next season, how would it hold up to trails in mi.  Has anyone had problems they can relate. What about lug size 2 inch too much? howabout hyfaxes.  any probs with older longtracks that i should stay awayfrom?  thanks for input
 

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a 2" lug is great for snow as long as you don't run hardpack or ice you can easily melt your sleds with that high lug on some trails/   I am waiting for a quick change track so when I have deep snow I can run a 2" lug and when on trails run a 3/4" lug.   ha ha  I keep hoping someone will make one.  or extenable lugs. now that would be even better.
 

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i got 750 miles on my new 02 Mountian Cat 500 and I oly trail ride it in wisconsin and MI (sometimes). as far as the track I swaped it the 1.6 inch for a 1 inch and i haven't had any problems!!
 

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136 tracks are great, but don'y run more than a 1 1/4" track. I watched a 1.5" track get destroyed on a  medium packed trail.  I know someone who melted a 2" track in 200 miles on a mountain max.
Caleb
 
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