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Woodys Extender Runners (4") Carbide Ski-doo Polaris Skidoo on 2040-parts.com

US $33.99
Location:

Cleveland, New York, United States

Cleveland, New York, United States
Condition:New Brand:Woodys Compatible Make:Ski-Doo Manufacturer Part Number:ESD3-9350-1

  • Woodys Extender Trail III 4 in. Carbide Wear Rods - ESD3-9350

    Degree of Carbide60 Degree
    Diameter3/8 in.
    Diameter7/16 in.
    Length - Carbide4 in.
    Stud Count3
    TypeCarbide
    UnitsPair
    Weight1.75 lbs
  • Will not fit Pilot 5.7 ski's from Skidoo


  • NOTE: Some models require drilling extra holes in skis to mount carbides. Dennis Kirk recommends removing any paint from the studs before use by wire-brushing  


    Length/Diameter: 15-1/2 in./7/16 in. 
    Stud Diameter/Length: 5/16 in./1 in. 
    Number of Studs: 3 
    Stud Center Mounting Distance From: 
    Front to 1st: 2-1/4 in. 
    1st to 2nd: 2-7/8 in. 
    2nd to 3rd: 6-7/8 in. 
    3rd to End: 3-1/4 in.

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