If you’re anything like us, frozen lakes are integral to linking trails together in our riding area.
Every time we get out on the lake, it’s hard to fight the urge and not tape the throttle the handlebar as we test out the acceleration and top speed of the sleds in our test fleet.
Pulling the trigger can often lead to excessive track spin and loss of control, so it’s fitting that Woody’s answer to maintaining control on the ice is named “Trigger”.
Known as the lake ice stud, the Trigger stud is purpose built to penetrate icy terrain and provide ultimate traction. It’s short-end threads and lengthy, narrow tapered profile allows it to dig into the ice and the 60° carbide insert bites in for maximum grip.
While the Trigger is for use in two-ply tracks, the Grand Trigger is designed specifically for single ply tracks.
To ensure ultimate grip and strength we recommend the use of Digger Support plates. These High-grade, lightweight aluminum support plates angle the stud 7-degrees forward in a pre-loaded position aiding penetration and maximum traction.
Not sure of the correct style, profile and length of stud for you sled? Turn to Woody’s online Hook-Up Traction guide where you’ll be directed to the correct traction products for your specific sled. It’s fast and makes finding the correct traction products super easy.
For more information on Woody’s complete line of traction products visit woodystraction.com