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I really like Woody's dooly carbides. 4" of carbide (none of my sleds are studded).
 

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i like the 10 inch double down on my sled ,(johnmaster.net) i like to be able to turn on cement.104.00 dollars a set.might have went up in price a little ,i can tell ya one when you want to turn you will turn,and no more darting,he has 6 in and 8 in,woodys doesnt offer the 10 inch dual carbide hope this helps ya Cat happy
 

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Stud boy shapers are the best for any ski you can imagine. Longest lasting best sticking carbide on the market without question
 

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x2 shapers.I don't like dooleys because I've had some wood stuck between the carbides,and 2 yrs ago on my daughters sled a rock was stuck ,what b.... to get out. some say the dooleys use
a more fuel to I didn't really notice a difference when I switch my 2 daughters sleds to shapers
just my experence w/dooleys though...
 

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Adding another vote for Shapers ... have had a lot of luck with the shaper bars on the stock skis as well as my USI's.
 

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6 inch shaper on a stock sled. 7.5 inch for a sled with some studs.
 

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also a vote for shapers...

Under certain conditions the doolies will allow for ice buildup between the rails, causing severe pushing.
 
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