1.5″ Lug Height Rip Saw by Camoplast Camoplast has announced two additional new tracks for the 2006 season; a new 1.5-inch version of the...
1.5″ Lug Height Rip Saw by Camoplast

Camoplast has announced two additional new tracks for the 2006 season; a new 1.5-inch version of the RipSaw hi-performance track, and a 15” wide version of the latest Maverick mountain track.
The 1.5” lug height RipSaw is a taller version of the widely-acclaimed 1.25” Ripsaw. Delivering even more forward and lateral bite, riders will notice superior acceleration, stability, handling, and braking response from this very durable trail performance track, plus increased ability for those occasional off-trail excursions.
The 15-inch wide RipSaw 1.5 is available in a 121-inch length to fit most popular performance single-seaters and a 136-inch length to fit performance two-ups and many of the increasingly popular cross-over sleds like the Arctic Cat Crossfire, Ski-Doo Renegade, and Yamaha Attak and RS Rage.
Camoplast has also announced an additional size of their new Maverick long track for mountain riders who encounter a wide variety of snow conditions.
Previously available only in a 16-inch width, this versatile next generation mountain track is now available in a 15-inch width to fit high-performance extended track mountain sleds that do not allow the wider width.

1.5″ x 2.25″ Maverick

Engineered for the rider who needs optimum performance in deep powder, but with hard pack capability for crusted or compacted spring snow and occasional trail use to access soft snow riding areas, the Maverick combines multiple design elements for outstanding performance across this wide variety of conditions. The new hybrid 2.25-inch lug design allows the top of the profile to flex, thus compacting the snow under the track for support rather than digging down into it (trenching) when riding deep soft powder. Rigid fingers positioned at the end of the profiles provide good traction on hard crusted or packed surfaces while adding stability and traction for braking. Staggered lugs distribute the bite, and the outboard lugs are angled to provide good traction in both forward and lateral planes.
The Maverick’s 3.0-inch drive pitch reduces weight by approximately fifteen percent compared to standard 2.52-inch pitch drive while also improving flotation on the one-third-clipped track. The new 15-inch wide models weigh approximately 51-pounds.

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