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I was wondering if anyone has used both style of studs and which they thought where better. They say the flat tip are made for ice but what is so bad about them in trails? I do about 50% trail and lake riding. :blahblah:
 

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For a trail sled you are far better off with a carbide tip stud, the shovels and pick's are just a steel stud, won't last.
 

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I guess I have always went with a carbide stud. They seem to last a long time as you don't try to write your name on the road with them. :doh:
 

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carbide is the only way to go. they do cost more but will most likely last 3 times as long. To me this is far cheaper than steel studs when you figure the constant replacement time.
 
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