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2019 SRX LE

Discussion in 'SideWinder Trail Talk' started by 19SRX, Oct 11, 2018.


  1. 19SRX

    19SRX Newbie

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    2019 srx le
    Looking to stud my track on the new SRX LE with the 1" ripsaw track , any ideas on what anyone used on latest sidewinder? Quantities and patterns?
     
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  3. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    Wow new SRX and no pics? LOL.....Welcome to the site, lots info here just read up.

    We all would love to see that blue beauty!

    I would likely run 1.325s in a 3 per/row quantity......I tend to like my 2/4/2/4 pattern, lots of stud threads around so check them out.

    Dan
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2018
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  4. DooZ

    DooZ Pro

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    '17 ZR9000RR, Doo 1200
    Just remember when looking for stud length recommendations that most studding threads are for 1.25" tracks vs your 1".
     
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  5. sledding rocks

    sledding rocks Pro

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    1.5 studboy lake racers for my srx
     
  6. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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    Likely will tickle the alum vents, maybe even wear right thru without additional protection.
     
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  7. Joe ltx-le

    Joe ltx-le VIP Member VIP Member

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    Snowmobile:
    2017 sidewinder ltx-dx
    1.325 would work great. Don’t forget you need tunnel protectors. They are easy to install.

    I have the 3 sidewinders we run studded 144 down the middle. 3 per pitch. I love this setup for trail. Lots of traction but can still get the back loose if I want too.
     
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  8. WinterWolf

    WinterWolf Expert

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    Location:
    Connecticut
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    "2018 Yamaha Sidewinder RTX LE 50th Anniversary Edition"
    Dan,

    Don’t you mean 2 per row quantity? I saw your pictures of your studs..I could have sworn you had two singles(2studs) in one row and 2 doubles(4 studs) in the next row...hence 2/4/2/4.

    Or am I misunderstanding/misremembering??? Lol.
     
  9. Joe ltx-le

    Joe ltx-le VIP Member VIP Member

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    Same amount of studs. Dan runs doubles so he uses the 2/4/2 . I run all singles 3 per row. I just stagger the pattern
     
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  10. WinterWolf

    WinterWolf Expert

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    Oh I get that...I was meaning he said 3 per row, he couldn’t have 3 per row with that pattern?? You could obviously, but I don’t understand how he could have 3 per row?
     
  11. stevewithOCD

    stevewithOCD Beerman Wannabe Lifetime VIP Member

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    live in CT sled in Millinocket MAINE
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    2017 Sidewinder LTX-LE
    WELCOME Mr 19!
    I'm assuming 19 is your year sled, not your age. I believe you are my age 38. Actually we are both 51, but don't tell anyone.
    You need to stay up 'til 2 am for the next week reading as much as you can on TY.
    Then you can get serious and start really reading.
    If you check the web site twice a day, you can be part of the TyOCDer's club.
    If you check it more then 3 times a day......well......you've got problems......the only cure is SNOW!
     
    Last edited: Oct 12, 2018
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  12. 19SRX

    19SRX Newbie

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    Yeah, I think that s exactly what I need, could you send me a picture of your pattern. Tx man
     
  13. 19SRX

    19SRX Newbie

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    Lol...Tx for the advice Steve..
     
  14. ROCKERDAN

    ROCKERDAN OCD Sledhead VIP Member

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  15. stevewithOCD

    stevewithOCD Beerman Wannabe Lifetime VIP Member

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    I was thinking we should make ALL Sidewinder newbies read Dan's build thread.
    But then no one would have any questions and then i wouldn't be able to say anything ridiculous or stupid.
    So i retract my original statement.
     
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  16. Joe ltx-le

    Joe ltx-le VIP Member VIP Member

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    ill take some pics this afternoon. I have studded a few of these sleds now. number one thing is to make sure you don't stud the exact middle of the track. I made an easy jig for laying the pattern down
     
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