I'm aware of those, but let's be honest here, no one brings ramps with them. The need is even less than Maxtrax.Granted, for plastic recovery boards. But they do make bridging ladders that in fact do support the weight of a vehicle. Aluminum. They handle up to 7000 lbs per axle !
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This sounds like a good investment as much beer as i drink.When I was a younger man, we’d use 2x6s with bottle caps nailed to them. Sure, you’d have to drink more pop after every use so you could replace the ones that were bent up and slicked down but that was my budget at the time.
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I’m digging that tiffany blue color option. That one would make me feel rich.I think muputrax are way better than this plastic crapola. And they're cheaper. I got a set of similar fiberglass tracks from a land rover distributor for about $100. They don't melt from traction loss, and if you were to make them from scratch, you could make them longer. If only they came with the spokeswoman! I'll be her knight in shining armor!