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Woodys Executive Series Carbide Wear Rods - WCA-5000

  • Part #: 031504
  • Manufacturer Part #: WCA-5000
  • Our Price: $87.99
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Overview of Woodys Executive Series Carbide Wear Rods - WCA-5000

  • Designed for performance trail riders and cross-country racers
  • 8" of 60 degree carbide with front and rear wear pads
  • Full length hardweld between carbide inserts
  • 1/2 in. diameter host bar, 3/8 in. studs

NOTE: Fits the following C&A Pro Skis:
Race, Trail, Advantage ADX, Advantage X, Mountain, Pro Ultra XT, Razor RZ, Sport II Advantage, Ultra Pro XT, Extreme XT

NOTE: Fits ALL Ultra III/Ultra Flex by Plastic Specialties

NOTE: Some models require drilling extra holes in skis to mount carbides. Dennis Kirk recommends removing any paint from the studs with a wire brush

Dimensions:
Length/Diameter: 18 in./1/2 in.
Stud Diameter/Length: 3/8 in./1-3/4 in.
Number of Studs: 4
Stud Center Mounting Distance From:
Front to 1st: 2 in.
1st to 2nd: 4 in.
2nd to 3rd: 6-3/4 in.
3rd to 4th: 4-1/2 in.
4th to End: 1 in.

Specs

Bar Diameter 1/2 in.
Degree of Carbide 60 Degree
Length of Carbide 8 in.
Stud Diameter 3/8 in.
Type Wear Rod - Carbide
Units Pair
Weight 2.87 lbs

Specs for Woodys Executive Series Carbide Wear Rods - WCA-5000

Bar Diameter 1/2 in.
Degree of Carbide 60 Degree
Length of Carbide 8 in.
Stud Diameter 3/8 in.
Type Wear Rod - Carbide
Units Pair
Weight 2.87 lbs

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Instructions and Media for Woodys Executive Series Carbide Wear Rods - WCA-5000

Instructions - PDF Instructions - PDF Instructional PDF
Video Product Info: Woody's: Studded Sled With Carbides vs Bare Sled Instructional Video 5:28
Video Tech Tip: Selecting Studs for your Sled Instructional Video 1:44
Video Tech Tip: How to Increase Traction - Installing Snowmobile Studs Instructional Video 3:43
Video Tech Tip: Studded Track and New Carbides Compared to Non-Studed Instructional Video 3:39
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