Grip Studs Dirt Bike Tire Studs

Grip Studs Dirt Bike Tire Studs
Grip Studs Dirt Bike Tire Studs

$119.99 - $129.99

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Item #GRP0001

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Clyde Verified Purchaser
Wisconsin, USA
They do what they say,

I ordered these so I could extend my riding season. I wasn't clear on the install or if it included a tool (it did not say in the ad description. So I ordered the tool from grip stud directly. When I received the studs they have a tool with them, So you do not need to buy one. You should use a tire that is hard and without siped knobs as well. The studs were hard to start in some knobs but not others, not sure why. Also i could have sued closer to 150/200 studs for the rear and 120-150 for the front. I will buy more to finish the job. They do stick and work as advertised.

Yamaman
Oregon, USA
Grip Studs are AWESOME

These studs just plain BAD. Never have I had so much fun out trail riding in wet weather. Forget the snow and ice, you need these for the mud and slop. Wet tree roots are nothing with studs. Hill climbs and ruts, you fly over them. And they really stay in GOOD!! I put them in Brigdestone 403/404. I first heard of them when Rory Sullivan won the Washougal Hangover race. Ya, they let you run studs for that race. Good product, you will love them. Yamaman.

4 Questions
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ChrisC
Location: Mass
Q: Does this come with the tool?
4 months 19 days ago
I see it in the picture but everywhere else sells them separately.
RORY272
2 months 4 days ago
A: The studs come with the tool when purchased on this site.
Brian
Q: Is one taller than the other?
Over 5 months ago
Sammelzer
4 months 5 days ago
A: I think one is for the front tire and one is for the back. That is why one is taller with more thred.
Hondude
Q: What is the difference between the front and rear tire studs?
Over 5 months ago
If one are taller let me know which if one screws in deeper let me know as well
rc5695
4 months 16 days ago Location: Upstate, SC
A: If you zoom in on the picture of the boxes, it tells you protruding height and depth. Yes, one sticks out farther, and one augers deeper.
erny
Q: How many studs come with one pack?
Over 8 months ago
and will they work with any tire
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
A: Sold in a package of 100. Works with almost any size tire.
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
Front / 100 Pack AA-GST 1740CS100
Rear / 100 Pack AA-GST 1800CS100
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