News Grip Studs for your motorcycle traction needs

Grip Studs for your motorcycle traction needs

Want to get more traction and a better edge while motorcycle riding? Then Get a Grip with DF Corps NEW Grip Studs. Choose from a number of different stud sizes depending on you dirt bike application and needs. These super hard, corrosion resistant studs are made with tungsten carbide, which is three times stiffer than steel, and will give you the strength and grip you need no matter the terrain.

Great for mud, snow, ice, trail riding, etc. The easy to install self-tapping studs simply screw into the tire knobs and are ready to ride. To find out more information about Grip Studs and how to order go to our web site at www.gripstuds.com or contact Jason Strassell at jason.strassell@gripstuds.com


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