Mud / Snow tracks

Geo

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BUT if you come across any of these going cheap shout up
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I can see that going down well on the roads of Europe, indeed I guess it could in time equal the debate on A frames.
 
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pappajohn

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@Geo Just watched the next video.....
The bloke can't lift one off his pickup, he has to drag them out, so how does he get them back in the load bay.
But If they fit cars I want some.
 
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PeteH

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That looks handy, but only suitable for a car.

Surprisingly, I have had some for many years, and Used them on a R-V in wet grass light mud before to-day!. Bought originally to use with a Mk2 Granada Auto.

As for the Trac n go. I suspect you may only put them on once and keep them on for the season,? especially in the sort of conditions being experienced in the film clip?. We still occasionally correspond with some Canadians. And they can have snow and ice for months on end. The "road to the sun" in the Glacier National Park in Montana had only fully opened July 1st in 2014!. There was still some lying snow in August! around the time the avatar Photo was taken.
 
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Bread baskets. Get from a shop that have bread deliveries and cut off the sides with a jigsaw, just leaving the perforated bottom bit. We were kindly given ours a couple of years ago by @Debs and they go everywhere with us. Mind you since we have had them we have never had to use them!
 

Lenny HB

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Bread baskets. Get from a shop that have bread deliveries and cut off the sides with a jigsaw, just leaving the perforated bottom bit. We were kindly given ours a couple of years ago by @Debs and they go everywhere with us. Mind you since we have had them we have never had to use them!
Alway put mine under all 4 wheels if the ground is the slightest bit soft, even on firm grass stops the wheels sinking into a hollow.

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Debs

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Bread baskets. Get from a shop that have bread deliveries and cut off the sides with a jigsaw, just leaving the perforated bottom bit. We were kindly given ours a couple of years ago by @Debs and they go everywhere with us. Mind you since we have had them we have never had to use them!

Thankfully neither have I yet Peter although they are on the bike rack & easily accessible:D2
 

PeteH

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The old Bread Crate trick. When I was on Night delivery for Jackson`s--------------?.(y)

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