Does anyone have any Pyramid anti slip mud grips

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  1. Nirvanauk

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    If so what do you think to them? These are the ones that measure about nine inches across, two inches wide and are connected together with rope.
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    I use the bottoms out of a couple of old plastic bakery trays. Cut the bottom out, split in half and connect each pair lengthways with a couple of cable ties. Works a treat!

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    Yes ..... I have a pair but never tried them!

    I don't have much faith in them working though..... I also have a pair of proper sand ladders, as used by the Land Rover boys, which really do work but are not cheap and are fairly heavy and bulky.
     
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    I've got some but haven't had to use them yet :Smile:
     
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    Used mine last year in France, worked a treat!
     
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    We are on site now at Frejus and have a totally waterlogged pitch after 24 hours of torential, non stop rain so may have to try mine as I haven't brought my sand ladders:Doh:
     
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    I take it you didn't remember to :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    Hi,Yes we have them and have used them lots of times not just for us but to help lots of others,work a treat no problem,regards H :BigGrin:
     
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    I think I remembered to forget them Graham:Doh:

    Anyway, after about 36 hours of torrential rain the sun is shining now:Cool: so probably wont need them .......... unless l'Argent bursts it's banks which looks possible:Eeek:
     
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    We have a set. Only used once when I let someone else use them after he'd spun his wheels so much he was almost up to his rims (why do people do that?).
    They worked really well it but took a while to wash the mud off(y)
     
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