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Who has run run one , is it softer than the 2.8 less of a trencher ??

Looking for a replacement for my 2.5 in particular a 15 wide would be my preference. the price is also a huge difference over the 2.8
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It’s a brand new track for 2019 season, I dont there will be any unbiased feedback yet.
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The 2.8 was PROMISED to be a great powder track and look what Camso delivered us?






Hard to argue with the Poo 2.6. Light, durable, works really good and is a 15 wide.
Not cheap, but do you buy your boots at Walmart?




The Composite tracks are coming around and are affordable. SHR ran a 154X 2.6 powder track all last season on a 14' XM. It is a GREAT powder track, but like the 3.2 is soft and folds over on the hard snow. They are making a little stiffer durometer for this season and we are waiting for our 156X2.6 for further testing this season.
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SHR ran a 154X 2.6 powder track all last season on a 14' XM. It is a GREAT powder track, but like the 3.2 is soft and folds over on the hard snow. They are making a little stiffer durometer for this season and we are waiting for our 156X2.6 for further testing this season.
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Three questions. One, what track are you referring to as a 154x 2.6 track?
And two, what do you mean by hard snow? I'm assuming rotten spring snow, is that correct? Lastly, this goes for anyone who would like the chime in.. what track is the best for powder snow? not taking into consideration any other type of snow. Our rotten snow season is too short for me to worry about it at all... I'd rather have best performing powder track.

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Three questions. One, what track are you referring to as a 154x 2.6 track?
And two, what do you mean by hard snow? I'm assuming rotten spring snow, is that correct? Lastly, this goes for anyone who would like the chime in.. what track is the best for powder snow? not taking into consideration any other type of snow. Our rotten snow season is too short for me to worry about it at all... I'd rather have best performing powder track.

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In my opinion anything with 3.5 inch pitch. Deep snow, tough to find anything better than the stock Doo tracks on 2017-2019s
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I've found the powerclaw to be a great track as well.
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If they would have the power claw in 3.5 that would be a no brainer.

My criteria is 3.5 less than 3" and only 15 wide and light. I am not trying to come up with an argument, it is just what I want for maximum fun just for me.
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I was talking to big John about some other stuff and he mentioned that the track in this picture was the best powder track he’s ever used. At least this is the track I think he was talking about.

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My criteria is 3.5 less than 3" and only 15 wide and light. I am not trying to come up with an argument, it is just what I want for maximum fun just for me.
The Alpha is 3.5 pitch x3in Powerclaw. Also it is Gen4 of the powerclaw......... just sayin.

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