GRIP MATS

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  1. musson

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    Hi are they worth buying, if they are what would you recommend
    thanks
     
  2. Phill D

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    do you mean for when you get stuck? if so there is not a lot better and more compact than these.

    IMHO
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    Go down to a local bakery and ask for some old bread carrier trays, cut the tops off. best mud matts ever(y)
     
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    Praps the OP is talking about the type you walk on with grips to stop them moving under your feet ????? (n)
     
  5. SteveandDenise

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    We carry a set of green ribbed mats cost around £12 always put them under the front wheels on grass never been stuck yet.
     
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    for parking on top of.. and getting out of a slippy situation..

    'cut--down' bread trays.. not the best example, but the best I could find..

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    In general avoid the Fiamma things - they're of little use in any situation.

    These are great if you get stuck - even if you're deep in a hole as they have quite a bit of flex ...

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    and these are great to park on - but not so great for getting you out of a hole as they are quite rigid...
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