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How many studs for a 136 track

The 136” track was the original cross over track.  It was found on earlier stage cross over models and 2-up sleds.  At one point it was even considered a mountain track!  Times have changed a little bit. It’s not the most common track on new snowmobiles but you’ll find it on the occasional Polaris model and utility sled.

A 136” track has a 2.52” pitch (space between lugs) giving it 54 windows.

A 2 studs per row pattern is 108 studs.

A 3 studs per row pattern is 162 studs.

A 4 studs per row pattern is 214 studs.

2 per row is ideal for 600cc and below sleds.  3 and 4 per row is ideal for aggressive 600s and up.

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