Carbides for C&A Pro Snowmobile Skis

You will need snowmobile ski carbides that are specifically made for C&A Pro Skis. We offer a great selection of shaper bars and round bars, as well as carbide and wear bar options for mini skis.

  • Shaper bars are ideal for snocross racing and aggressive riders.
  • Round bars are excellent for trail/mountain riding and racing.
  • For mini skis, we offer a race legal carbides or a wear bar for the kids to ride around the yard in low snow without tearing up the grass.

Snowmobile Ski Carbide FAQ

The Shaper Bar has a concave profile and is the choice for snocross racing and aggressive riders.

The Round Bar is an excellent choice for trail/mountain riding and will also work for racing.

No. All our skis are different than the OEM’s. The carbides we offer on all of our skis take the same carbide hole pattern except for the Outlaw and the Mini (they have their own model specific carbides).

If you are a trail rider:  running 96 studs or less, use a 4.5-6″ carbide; if you are running more than 96 studs, we recommend an 8-9″ carbide.

If you are a Mountain/Powder rider: A minimal carbide will be sufficient: use 4″-6″ carbide.

The Outlaw skis have been discontinued and had a specific 7.5″ carbide made for it. Here is a link to this particular carbide.

Fortunately, the hole pattern for the Ultra III is the same as our existing skis so the carbides we offer will fit. The carbide hole pattern measurements are: distance, center to center, from the 1st hole to the 2nd is 4″, the distance from the 2nd hole to the 3rd is 6.75″ and the distance from the 3rd hole to the 4th is 4.5″.  Carbide Spacing Guide (0.4 MB)

The older “Sport/Sport Advantage” skis have a carbide hole spacing of: distance, center to center, from the 1st hole to 2nd is 3.75″, from the 2nd to the 3rd hole is 4″ and from the 3rd to the 4th hole is another 4″. We do not carry carbides for this particular ski, but runners can be acquired at Wearbars.com.

Carbide Spacing Guide

Carbide Selection Tips