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    I have a 1993 Tundra LT. Has any one on the forum studed the track?? Can you offer some tips/tricks??? Any pictures.

    Thanx/joseph

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    Joe, are you having trouble with "performance" or control with the track un-studded? With the lug on that track, you'd have to find some pretty short studs, or go with some of the screw type....

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    When I am crossing Ice/overflow the front end wantsto go somewhere on its own!! It will not track properly?? You are correct about the "short studs" on the track.! I was wondering about sometype of screw type maybe instaleed with a drill??

    Thanx/joseph

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    Sounds like you could use some carbide wearbars also to keep the front end goin straight on the ice. A few studs would really help also. Try Woodys they should have studs of all different lengths

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    Try Cold Kutters. Check out this thread.
    http://forums.outdoorsdirectory.com/...hlight=kutters

    I used them one season, but they tore up my trailer too much.

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