No, cut off fingers between paddles so u have a track that looks just like the 3in claw.I may be mistaken but, I didn't think it was the fingers that were cut off.
I believe it was every other paddle was cut off to create more space between the paddles to grip the snow better.
I didn't notice any difference, but doesn't mean I'm right. To be honest, the Powerclaw has always been a bit of a magic carpet ride down the hills. But seemed to do well on bigger downhills.how does it affect descents? faster or slower?
3in doesn't have stand alone fingers like the 2.25 and 2.6 claws.So, do you think the 3.0" Powerclaw could benefit from any of this voodoo magic?
The front end on my 153" x 3" rockets into the sky when I pin the throttle and when climbing it wants to come over backward. I have the shocks set so the front end is still lively but, it stops just short of coming over backward.
Yeah, you can only do so much. Mine still has this issue as well, but it's better (and I'm only on a 2.25).The front end on my 153" x 3" rockets into the sky when I pin the throttle and when climbing it wants to come over backward.