Just Released: Challenger X3.2

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Can you talk about or reveal any durometer or lug differences?
Single ply?
 

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I read this as the second version of the X3 with 3" lugs.

Or was that incorrect?

Are the lugs still "just" 3" or are they now 3.2"?
 
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Tracks usa...do you have rail extensions that work with iceage rails,since the iceage are like polaris?
 

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I would assume the tracks will be single ply as all mountain tracks currently are. From the sounds of it, the new 3.2" lug will be similar or identical in lug design to the existing Challenger X3. As far as rail extensions go, Ice Age has used Cat rail profile in the past as well. I'd need to know which rails you have to verify we have something on the shelf for you.
 

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Will the oem skids handle these 3.2" tracks?

what mods must be done? I put a 3" on my 09 m8 2 years ago and there was only a.25" of clearance between the paddle and the cooler at the front of the tunnel. a 3.2" would rub for sure
 

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We can go to a 7 tooth driver on the m now and that would give more than enough room. Then go back to 60/60 gearing.
 

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So will it come with a drop and roll so that it will actually fit into something? If this trend continues, the manufacturers will have to step it up big time. For years I have said that they need more clearence. You should have 3/4" of clearence all the way around but on most of my builds, I haven't been able to come up with much more than a 1/2" of clearence. So, you guys figure out how to mount it with room to ratchet and I'll contemplate ordering one. The more room you have, the less resistence you will have. Also, they need to follow CMX and Ski-Doo's lead and put the brake rotor on the lower drive shaft!!! :devil:
 

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With nubs.

Hmmm.

So if you trim the nubs off the X3.2 you have an X3?

Exactly like the X3 lug, but with just the nubs added to the top. Interesting. Might have better traction on the hard crusty or icy snow.
 
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