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would it be possible to stud my track if it is still on the sled? or is this insanly difficult? i would like to make a pattern so i want to make sure the studs are some what in order.
 

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Easy to do, just loosen the track tension bolts and let the track hang down enough to drill/put in studs.
 

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When I did mine, I removed the rear snow flap, being careful not to drill into the rear idlers. Work just above them. Some people remove the 2 rear suspension mounting bolts, and raise the rear of the sled up on a hoist, so that the rear of the suspension/track drops down, giving you enough room to work under there. SmallEngineGuy is right, be sure to loosen the track, and also remove the drive belt under the hood.
 

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The best stud pattern to make is to spend the 20 bucks for the pattern and be safe. Guessing a good pattern can do some serious heat exchanger damage and fried up motor.
 
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