Challenger X3.2 - Pictures!

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Check out the new X3.2 lug design. The serrated tip will be welcomed by many for better performance in a wider variety of snow conditions. The lug is hollowed out in back for weight reduction.
Weights just released from Camoplast:
153" - 50 lbs.
156" - 51 lbs.
162" - 53 lbs.
174" - 57 lbs.
We'll keep you informed as we learn more.
 

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Center porting

With the center porting and no 16" wide makes me "guess" it will fit in new 2017 Pol ?
Mountain horse you have your ear to the ground what do you hear ??
 

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With the center porting and no 16" wide makes me "guess" it will fit in new 2017 Pol ?
Mountain horse you have your ear to the ground what do you hear ??
WAY too soon to answer that one...but if he DID know that information this far in advance, he would be bound to the terms of a non-disclosure agreement, to which he couldn't even tell you whether he even knows the answer to that or not.
 
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I would like to see the 3.2" in a full 16" wide with full width paddles and NO ports just like my 156"x3"CE. I really don't see there being any gains over what i already have If it's only available in 15" wide ported.
 

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New track delivery usually starts in the August/September time frame. We have started taking names of people who have interest in acquiring one of these new 3.2's. We hope to have pricing very soon. We have a number of each size already on order but if you'd care to give us a name/number, we will fill orders by priority of when placed.
 

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I'm always curious over the fixation on durometer.

Now...IF you have a track model/length that is the same in all ways except for the durometer of rubber used... like in the Peak track or an HCR PC track that both come in different durometer ratings, THEN... IMO... you have something to go on.

Duro really doesn't tell much on it's own.Paddle design, root width, ribs, tip shape etc ... all affect track performance greatly.
 
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You are correct mountainhorse.
Lug design is definitely an influencing factor when comparing tracks. You can have the same durometer track but differences such as lug thickness, profile & shape will definitely change its characteristics.
Most standard tracks whether mountain, trail, cross country or touring will be 80 durometer. Sno-X or competition tracks are typically around 90 durometer.
 
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