Snowmobile Track Stud Patterns
How many studs should I use? What pattern works best? The most common questions when it comes to studding your snowmobile are answered in this video.
The Hookup Traction Guide will show you the best stud pattern and the specific template to create that pattern.
Studded Snowmobiles Demonstration
Studded Snowmobile vs No Studs in acceleration & breaking illustration. A Slalom demonstration, then out on the trail where you really ride. Use the Hookup Traction Guide to find the right studs and carbide runners for your sled.
Choosing A Runner
Single vs dual runners. Use the Hookup Traction Guide to find the right studs and carbide runners for your sled.
Snowmobile Duel Runners Stop Drifting & Darting - Woody's Dooly & Slim Jim Carbide Runners
Poor traction reduces the performance of your sled and reduces the amount of control you have. Woody's Dooly & Slim Jim runners virtually eliminate darting. Stud acceleration and breaking are the other important parts of traction. The trick is to balance the right amount of traction in the front vs the rear traction. Check out the Hookup Traction Guide to find the right traction for your snowmobile.
Studding Your Snowmobile: Stud Installation How To
Adding Woody's snowmobile studs is a must upgrade. Snowmobile studs are more of a safety factor than a performance factor. Even on a tight budget, leave enough money to install Woody's snowmobile studs. This demo video shows how to determine the length of stud to install and how to install push through snowmobile studs. The snowmobile studs need to be balanced with the amount of carbide in the runner. The Hookup Traction Guide tells you exactly how many studs and length you need for your specific snowmobile and riding style balanced perfectly with the right amount of carbide for optimum performance. Stick to what the pros recommend.