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Thread: Finger Tracks

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    Moderator hunt_ak's Avatar
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    Wasilla--Cantwell Transplant

    Arrow Finger Tracks

    I have always heard that a finger track is better on a snowmachine. As far as pricing goes, they look comparable or maybe even a bit cheaper (from the minimal research I've done). Does anyone know how these might be better? Performance, cooling, weight?

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    I have been using mine now for 3 years. The drawback is they don't work as well in the fluffy stuff, but thet work excellent in snow that is " set-up". You have to run the track tension a little tighter, or run extroverts. I really like mine.


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