Roetin Performance X-10 Two Carbide Wear Rods - X102428
- Part #: 03483
- Manufacturer Part #: X102428
Overview of Roetin Performance X-10 Two Carbide Wear Rods - X102428
- Four inches of 90º carbide on 7/16 in. bar
- Hard filler; 6 in.
NOTE: Some models require drilling extra hole(s) in skis to mount carbides. Dennis Kirk recommends removing any paint from the studs before use by wire-brushing.
Length/Diameter: 19-1/2 in./7/16 in.
Stud Diameter/Length: 5/16 in./1-1/2 in.
Number of Studs: 3
Stud Center Mounting Distance From:
Front to 1st: 2-3/4 in.
1st to 2nd: 4-3/4 in.
2nd to 3rd: 7-3/4 in.
3rd to End: 4-1/4 in.
Specs for Roetin Performance X-10 Two Carbide Wear Rods - X102428
Fitment for Roetin Performance X-10 Two Carbide Wear Rods - X102428
Part 03483 fits the following machines
|1993 Ski-Doo Formula Grand Touring|
|1996 Ski-Doo Formula III 600|
|1995 Ski-Doo Formula III 600|
|1996 Ski-Doo Formula III 600 LT|
|1993 Ski-Doo Formula MX-Z|
|1993 Ski-Doo Formula Mach Z|
|1996 Ski-Doo Formula Z 583|
|1995 Ski-Doo Formula Z 583|
|1994 Ski-Doo Formula Z 583|
|1996 Ski-Doo Grand Touring 580|
|1995 Ski-Doo Grand Touring 580|
|1996 Ski-Doo Mach 1|
|1995 Ski-Doo Mach 1|
|1996 Ski-Doo Skandic Wide Track|
|1994 Ski-Doo Summit 470|
|1994 Ski-Doo Summit 470-2|
|1996 Ski-Doo Summit 500|
|1996 Ski-Doo Summit 583|
|1995 Ski-Doo Summit 583|
|1994 Ski-Doo Summit 583|
|1994 Ski-Doo Summit 583-2|
|1996 Ski-Doo Summit 670|
|1995 Ski-Doo Summit 670|
|1998 Ski-Doo Tundra II LT|
|1997 Ski-Doo Tundra II LT|
Reviews for Roetin Performance X-10 Two Carbide Wear Rods - X102428
Easy to install, confusing to orderI would recommend this item to a friend.
Don't waste your money
In less than 300 miles, all I had left to these were the bolt studs! The complete rods and carbides were gone. I can't believe how badly they wore.hem replaced them with Woody's Doolys. Let's see how these last.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
Price is right $$$$
These fit perfectly on my 2002 Mtn Max 600, can't wait for snow. I know they will perform on the trail.I would recommend this item to a friend.
Save yourself the hassle and buy Woody's. A piece of carbide fell out of the bar when I opened the package. I then proceded to install the other bars. Carbide pieces where falling everywhere. If you can't install them without them failing, what is going to happen on the trail. I tried to save some money and buy these instead of the Woody's that I usually use. What a mistake.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
Not impressed at all.
There cheap wear rods. I bought them on for the last run of the winter. They were cheap and it shows. the trails were pretty beat up. And I'm not impressed with the chunks of carbide that Roetin uses. These carbides have 6 (1 inch) chunks in a row. And they weren't even all inline. The carbide wear pad on each end are recessed into the bar. Just not real impressed. I'll spend the extra money for Woody's next time. I thought that maybe they would have improved the quality since I used to by them when I was kid and couldn't afford anything better. Apparently I was wrong. I won't waste my money again on this brand.I wouldn't recommend this item to a friend.
The wear rods installed easily. Be careful not to over tighten. I did and broke one of the bolts off the wear rod.I would recommend this item to a friend.
So far so good! I've got about 100 miles on them and they haven't shown any noticeable wear but they certainly can gouge a wood trailer! :)I would recommend this item to a friend.
I would recommend this item to a friend.