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    Tire studs with good price

    Anyone want to buy the tire studs with good price in China?
    I have communicated with Chinese manufacturer and made a deal with them.
    If you are interested in this ,pls contace me.

    The follow link is their website:

    Carbide Tire Studs,Products

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    I would be interested. Any references?

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    3000pcs of the type of length 5.7mm is $270.The tire studs is made of steel or aluminium with carbide tip.Tire studs with good price-tire_studs-type1.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by jonshonda View Post
    I would be interested. Any references?

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    BTW,the price includs DHL shipping.

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    How does one put those in?

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    This is very interesting. The 6.5x6.5 are closer to the ones used in the now defunct Freddie's Revenz, and are superior to shorter studs on firm snow. Use Loctite 480 to secure studs in place. Ideal for the new 5" Snow Shoe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Willum View Post
    How does one put those in?
    There is a tool that a few companies have which makes it easier. If you don't have the tool, then you can use pliers - needle nose pliers are probably best.
    The tool holds the stud and you push hard.

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    If I'm not mistaken, these studs are only for tires that already have existing pockets for studs, not like the version Grip Studs have were you insert a "threaded" stud?

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    that is correct.

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    has anyone tried studs from this site? on the picture one type seems similar to #1000 grip studs.
    there are no details, i have emailed them for more info.

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