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Old 03-03-2011, 01:22 AM
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Question snowtrackers?

Well this is my first post on here since I just signed up. You wouldn't believe how long it took me to figure out where the post button was. Maybe I should have done this in the morning. Now onto my question.

Does anyone have any comparison between the SnowTracker and double carbide runners? I rode my buddy's Apex last week with the Snowtrackers and I couldn't get over the difference. Honestly, it was like going to power steering. Another friend told me he rides with only one hand at times. I'd never do that with my Nytro the way it is now.

The Snowtrackers have more blades with that runner down the middle. I wonder if that would make it better than the plain double carbides, but I have no experience with the latter.

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