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Alright so last year I ended up with quite a bit of damage to my stock 2.6 track. Looking to get a new track this year. I love the performance of the 2.6 track but am a little worried about the durability of it. Don't really just want to destroy another one. How do you guys think it compares to the CE 2.5 track? I've run this track on my 163 pro and loved it and had zero durability issues. The track still looked new after 1500 miles. But I'm not sure if there is anyone that has put this track on the Axys. I imagine it may perform different with the different chassis. Or is there any other tracks out there that your guys would recommend? I don't want to go 3" or anything like that. Just want to stick with the stock 2.86 drivers and driveshaft.


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Also curious, heard great things about that track on the pro, and have not heard of anyone running it on the axys.
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As I'm guessing you know, there are two CE 2.5s; the 2.86 pitch with the serrated paddles, and the 3.0 pitch with the non-serrated lugs (supposedly the track they based the 2.6 off of, kinda). Some peeps liked the 3.0 pitch abit more on the pro in the pow, although it required the driver change. Might help others if you confirm which one you had before (other than assuming you had the 2.86 from your driver comments), and for them to qualify what they have experience with. Good luck!
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Camo Extreme 2.5 with 2.86 pitch is a very durable track, have one on my 860 Dragon and no missing lugs or anything in a lot of miles... it is stiffer than a stock 2.4 Poo track, to me that is a plus, I would not trade the increased downhill braking of the Camo Extreme for any benefits of the softer track in softer snow... that being said, the stock Polaris track on the 2015 I picked up seems to be stiffer than the stock track that was on my wife's 2008 Dragon 700 back in 2009 (SCARY downhill in spring conditions). I am still going to switch the 2015 Pro to the Camo Extreme 2.5 / 2.86 pitch track as soon as I get a chance. The stocker already has a few chunks out of a few paddles from the previous owner...
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Camp Extreme 2.5 with 2.86 pitch is a very durable track, have one on my 860 Dragon and no missing lugs or anything in a lot of miles... it is stiffer than a stock 2.4 Poo track, to me that is a plus, I would not trade the increased downhill braking of the Camo Extreme for any benefits of the softer track in softer snow... that being said, the stock Polaris track on the 2015 I picked up seems to be stiffer than the stock track that was on my wife's 2008 Dragon 700 back in 2009 (SCARY downhill in spring conditions). I am still going to switch the 2015 Pro to the Camo Extreme 2.5 / 2.86 pitch track as soon as I get a chance. The stocker already has a few chunks out of a few paddles from the previous owner...
I would echo what sledhead said. I too had a CE on my Dragon. The IQ's trenched compared to the Pro chassis. The CE made it trench more and I had to do some limiter and suspension changes. It's a tough track, brakes really well, hooks up mad on heavy snow and is heavier than the 5.1 and Series 6 tracks. It doesn't perform as well as the 5.1 in really light powder snow, but that's what the 5.1 was for (and to be light). The Series 6 track seems to be a combo of the two, it just isn't holding up as well.
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As I'm guessing you know, there are two CE 2.5s; the 2.86 pitch with the serrated paddles, and the 3.0 pitch with the non-serrated lugs (supposedly the track they based the 2.6 off of, kinda). Some peeps liked the 3.0 pitch abit more on the pro in the pow, although it required the driver change. Might help others if you confirm which one you had before (other than assuming you had the 2.86 from your driver comments), and for them to qualify what they have experience with. Good luck!


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I had the camo extreme 2.5 3" pitch flat top., on my pro. It is a very good track, 1600 miles no damage at all. It was very close traction compared to the axys 2.6 track. Only thing the axys track has over it is the light weight.
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If I went with the 9174M 3" pitch I wouldn't have to run a anti-stab kit since I am going from 7 tooth to 7 tooth right? Is it still a good idea to run one anyway though. Still have to trim rails right?
Found a good deal on a mini (600) and might pull the trigger, but just want to get something better than the 5.1.
Also, TracksUSA still running a trade in program for unused take-off tracks?
It'd be nice to just throw a series 6 in and call it good but the durability and the price (300 more than the 9174) come into play.
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If I went with the 9174M 3" pitch I wouldn't have to run a anti-stab kit since I am going from 7 tooth to 7 tooth right? Is it still a good idea to run one anyway though. Still have to trim rails right?
Found a good deal on a mini (600) and might pull the trigger, but just want to get something better than the 5.1.
Also, TracksUSA still running a trade in program for unused take-off tracks?
It'd be nice to just throw a series 6 in and call it good but the durability and the price (300 more than the 9174) come into play.

If you go with this driver set, then no, you will not have to trim the rails or install an anti-stab kit.
http://shop.avid-products.com/eshopp...e_for_Axys.htm

If you go with this driver set up, then you will have to trim the rails and install an anti-stab kit.
http://shop.avid-products.com/eshopp...s_drivers_.htm
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Is there a noticeable difference between the 2 driver differences like ratcheting or anything
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