Trail Riding / Packed Snow:
Best trail runner combination for reduced darting is the use of #35-127 Carbide Runner in conjunction with the #35-121 Keel Blade. This combination, along with the hourglass keel, achieves the maximum reduction of tracking and darting, with minimal arm effort.
Standard Full Length Runners:
These runners are great for aggressive trail and loose snow conditions. Hardweld runnner is not recommended when ice may be encountered. Carbide runners feature 75° carbide for long life, 60° for those who prefer a steeper, more aggressive angle. These runners cannot be used with the #35-121 keel blade.
Woody’s ACE™ runners use a rectangular shaped host bar with 60° carbide inserts. The rectangular shape allows for the host bar to be narrow (3/8”) on the width which makes the runner more aggressive by reducing the surface area to provide more penetration into the packed snow and ice below the trail surface. Interestingly enough, the ACE™ runners are also less sensitive to darting and hunting. They cut in and out of ruts well and provide an aggressive confident feel.
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