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Old 12-29-2014, 11:06 AM
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They are completely worthless and hardly put any spray into the track. Are there any other options that work in the same mounting area
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Old 12-29-2014, 12:17 PM
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They are completely worthless and hardly put any spray into the track. Are there any other options that work in the same mounting area

If it were me and I wanted to mount them in the same location as the stock scratchers. Ice Storm rail mounts, might have to drill a hole below the stock mounting hole to get proper downward pressure. Have been very impressed with the Ice Storms on last two sleds. had the rail mounts on my last sled. Be aware they are not reverse compatible despite the manufacture claims.....
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Dura-Flex scratchers is what we've been using here in the flats.
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I think the T3 scratchers work good for what little time I am on the trail
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I think the T3 scratchers work good for what little time I am on the trail
I agree. First set of sliders were shot in 500 km. All I really worried about was engine temps. Didn't think of the sliders and didn't have the scratchers down enough.

On the second set of sliders and the scratchers down all the time on the trail up, there is no wear at all and this set has 700 km on them so far. Work great IMHO.
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i have a 3'' track on my xm, and installed these T3 scratchers. they work great. the engine temp is never over 4 bars, my hyfax look brand new (250 miles), and i weigh 275 lbs without gear. they look pretty chinsy........but they work
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We stock the reversible scratchers in Calgary. We have both the rail scratchers and the ski mounted reversible. These are what the T3 guys are buying as rail scratchers alone are not enough.

Either type $65
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