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09-30-2015, 10:41 PM #1
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- Sullivan Co.
TracGrabbers for getting un-stuck in mud/snow
Seems like an interesting idea. I have a couple of the flat traction pads that I've used, but had to dig quite a bit to get them under tires in deep, soft snow. These seem like they might work a little easier.
09-30-2015, 10:53 PM #2
In snow I've had good luck jamming a floor mat in front of a drive wheel. This seems like a good idea for times when that's not a viable option (or just isn't working).
ETA: Seems easy enough to DIY with some webbing and anything blockish.Everything is the worst
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10-01-2015, 06:15 AM #3
Funny, that a place in Florida makes a product to get out of snow.
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10-01-2015, 06:18 AM #4
10-01-2015, 07:17 AM #5
yes would work fine, especially if you had one for both sides since the free wheel will always spin.
unfortunately, a lot of cars do not have enough space between the wheel rim and the brake calipers to clear that strap, so make sure of that before you toss them on.
10-01-2015, 10:17 AM #6
no mention of price, plus you can get a set of chains from amazon/walmart for under fifty bucks.stout: these dark, rich beers are called such because after drinking a dozen of them you will feel stout enough to wrestle all four of the cops by yourself.
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10-01-2015, 10:23 AM #7
As you'd guess, chains are illegal in Massachusetts.
4WD, common sense, weight in the vehicle go a long way. Being an experienced off-roader, I'm either smart or lucky I haven't been stuck in my F150 4x4. Been in some deep snow too.
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10-01-2015, 11:15 AM #8
Massachusetts prohibits the use of studded tires and chains between May 1 and Nov. 1 without a permit. The law does not specifically mention chains; however, the Massachusetts State Patrol confirmed the regulation applies the same way for chains. It should also be noted that commercial vehicles can be ordered off the roadways during "snow emergencies."
10-01-2015, 11:19 AM #9
10-01-2015, 11:36 AM #10
Chains are legal during the winter months but there is probably nothing worse you can do to a car than putting chains on it. They are great to out of trouble but driving with them on for any extended time can damage tires and bearings and if one breaks you could be buying a fenderWhen you have to shoot, shoot, dont talk