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Is the Megabite a good choice for a crossover sled? When Isay crosover, I'm talking about trail riding, road racing, and Lake racing? Everyone seems to be running these things. Any opinions on hookup and durability vs. the golddigger?
 

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Now, let me finish before you call me an idiot. I have run everything Woody's has made for studs. The MegaBites are a lower budget, lower quality stud to compete with Stud Boy. The Gold Diggers are the most durable carbide stud, but the most durable stud that is out there, IMHO, is the Wood's TNut 30 Deg Drag pics (Stop Laughing Please, LOL) The attached picture is of these studs with over 2000 miles on them, including all of my trail riding and a summer's worth of grass draggin! The pic. was taken just before I switched over to new pics and Chisels for lake drags this year!!
 

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hey 800MXZ..have u had to resharpen them? and also how is the traction compared to the woodys gold diggers?(on ice,hardpack)..did u have any bend or fall out on ya? just looking for a bit more info before i decide whether ill go the way u did or not.What length did u use, and what is the lug height?  THANKS A LOT
 

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It is a .910 (stock ) track, and the studs are 1.200 length (Tnut). I never re-sharpened them, and not a one bent or broke. They still penetrate better than Gold Diggers, cause they are allot smaller dia. Also they are heat treated, very tough. Like any other stud, it is how you treat them. Spin on the roads and gravel, nothing will last. But the studs pictured have more dirt miles than snow miles!

Please use some common sense here. This is just my experience, and I don't know of anyone else ever doing this. Pick what Woody's recomends. I just wanted to pass on this experience!
 
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