Mega-Bite®

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Trail

Your ride is fed by snowy grounds and defined routes. You’re somewhat unpredictable, going from aggressive cornering and high speed straightaways to cruising some ungroomed, compacted trails. Riding Conditions: Groomed snowmobile trails, ungroomed trails with enough traffic to be compacted, bare or lightly covered ice.
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Boondocking

You’re up for a challenge – control is needed in order to play in the snow. If you had it your way, you’d rack up the miles in deep, loose snow, alternating from trails, to ditch lines, to fields. Making your own path sounds like a dream. Riding Conditions: Ungroomed, low-traffic trails, ditch lines, unexplored grounds, two tracks, fields.
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Competition

Riding is more than a hobby to you, it’s a lifestyle. You rely on speed, precision, and control while competing. Racing is your passion and whether it’s an oval track, a drag strip, a hill climb, or a course, you’re in search of the most competitive edge. Riding Conditions: Ice ovals, ice drags, grass, dirt, snow, competitive courses, ski hills.  

A 60° carbide pin is surrounded by four flat sides, a patented design, to increase surface area and paddle snow. With performance in mind, this stud is popular among trail riders, cross country riders, and some racers.

  • For use in two-ply tracks and support plates
  • Through-hardened carbon steel with 60° carbide insert
  • 15/16″ head with anti-rotation lines
  • Proper nut(s) included with stud(s). Purchase extra nuts here.

Looking for expert traction advice? Shop our Hookup Traction Guide to see what is required to take your riding experience to the next level, based on your stock snowmobile, riding style, and preferences.

Woody’s recommends snowmobile studs protrude 1/4″ to 3/8″ over the track lug.

FIND YOUR FIT:

When choosing your length, Woody's recommends snowmobile studs protrude 1/4" to 3/8" over the track lug.

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