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Will any 121x15 track fit my 95 vmax 600

I will be shopping for a new track before next season and want to get the right thiing, will any track that is 121x15 fit or is there any other dimension I need to look for?
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the pitch, or the space between each drive lug.
look up what is stock for your sled.
i believe most poo and skidoos are 2.52. I have interchanged many tracks between these two companies. I'm not sure on the yamahas though.

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find your sled in here. CAMOPLAST: Snowmobile Tracks

1992 Polaris RXL 650 EFI
1990 Skidoo Formula MX 470
1997 Skidoo Grand Touring 500
1997 Arctic Cat Pantera 580
1979 Ford F150
~360 5.9L, Edelbrock intake, 4bbl carb, 4 speed, divorced transfer case, 3" body lift, 3" suspension lift, 33's, redone interior.
2003 Dodge 3500 srw 6spd

1981 Suzuki GS850L

And, I am a firm believer in the Buffalo Theory!
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Yes it appears to be a 2.52 pitch
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yup then you should be good with most any 121x15 2.52 pitch track, up to a max of probably 1.25, maybe 1" lugs. good luck in your search!

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1990 Skidoo Formula MX 470
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1997 Arctic Cat Pantera 580
1979 Ford F150
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2003 Dodge 3500 srw 6spd

1981 Suzuki GS850L

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iirc, 1.25's will NOT fit with the stock drivers. 1 inch max.

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up to 1.5" using 8 tooth drivers, 1" max on the stock 9 tooth.

if your interested, i have a like new .92(7/8") lug track made by camoplast for skidoo, $200 to your door. if you want to go taller lugs, i have a driveshaft with 8 tooth drivers available that will fit your sled.
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I may be interested, just need to wait on some funds as more going out on my biodiesel operation than coming in at the moment.
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