The Maxigrip ice stud HM-15 has a durable 3.4mm [1/8in] carbide tip/core and a hardened, galvanized screw with robust coarse threads to maintain the tire stud in place in all conditions.
The Maxigrip ice stud HM-11 is 15mm [5/8in] in total length. The recommended minimum tire tread depth is 14mm [9/16in].
Maxigrip carbide tire studs HM-15 are intended for ATV, cross country motorcycle, enduro motorcycle, snow scooter, forklift, small working vehicles such as compact loader, backhoe loader, skidsteer loader and mini tractor.
The Maxigrip studs HM15 are sold in box of 1000, 200 or 100 studs to meet all of your needs. Please note that a Maxigrip installation tool is included in each box.
Please refer to this chart for guidance on the number of studs required:
Posted by Ted on 23rd Mar 2015
just recently installed ice studs in the tracks on my ATV.I must say I was presently surprised at the increased traction I received on bare ice. On bare ice tracks are pretty well useless. with the ice studs you can go anywhere and greatly assist in stearing. Following the directions made the install no problem I installed the ice stud in every other track cleat and that's all that was required I recommend this product for use on ATV traks and I am going to install in my tires GREAT PRODUCT!!!
Posted by Will Purada on 14th Oct 2014
Maxigrip tire studs are easy to install. I'm turning my Bridgstone Dueler A/T 18 inch tires & Alloy wheels that came stock off my 2014 Jeep Sahata Unlimited into my winter set here in Kodiak Alaska.
I am installing 100 HM15 studs per tire. I should have gotten the HM11 instead. I have to grind these 15's down a bit so I don't go in to deep.
The 15's would work on my 17 inch GY Duratrac tires but that set is for summer.
So hundred extra bucks per tire is worth it to me.
I wish I could be a dealer here in Alaska for these studs.
Posted by David Laston on 1st Mar 2014
So far the studs appear to be quality product. I purchased 100 of HM15 for my KTM 200XC. They work very well on solid ice and patches of ice. I purposely spaced the studs to allow riding short sections of pavement between sections of dirt trails and the knobbies still maintain plenty of grip and safety. If you are considering riding on a surface made primarily of ice I would go with the longer studs and probably use a minimum of 150 studs per tire. The downside is these studs are expensive… but they are easy to install and remove. I cannot comment on the… carbide tip wear…. since I have not put many miles on the studs. I would recommend the product, but expect to purchase more studs than expected, unless you have ice raced before. The usual screws for ice ridding are SS and they are not even close to the durability and hardness of carbide.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Dec 2013
Easy to install. Easy to remove. I use them on my chevy suburban and am very satisfied..
Posted by stephane on 17th Dec 2012
on fortlift this is the best
Posted by Frederick Howzen on 30th May 2010
I snowplow during winter and the city I worked for has made it mandatory to have tire studs on all snowplowing equipement.
They worked best on compact snow or ice.
Posted by Joseph on 30th May 2010
Was really impressed as none all the 200 tire studs I fitted on my polaris pro x700 staye in.
I admit, I was somehow skeptical at first! Maxigrip ice studs are a product, will recommend it to everyone at my riding club.