Aluminum Sand Ladders

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I have a set of British sand ladders I bought 20 years ago . I could be convinced to sell them . Shipping would be costly.
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Hey Michael - wondering how you liked the German sand ladders you have, and why you're willing to part with them now. How were they to use, and how effective?
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Hey Michael - wondering how you liked the German sand ladders you have, and why you're willing to part with them now. How were they to use, and how effective?
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Maxtrax are superior especially in mud or snow. Lighter and easier to mount on the truck. I only used the sand tracks once in sand . The traction surface of the sand track is smooth vs the Maxtrax.

I have a new Land Cruiser now and there is no efficient way to mount the sand tracks.
 
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Maxtrax are superior especially in mud or snow. Lighter and easier to mount on the truck. I only used the sand tracks once in sand . The traction surface of the sand track is smooth vs the Maxtrax.

I have a new Land Cruiser now and there is no efficient way to mount the sand tracks.
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Cool, good info. I wondered about them, having used both my Maxtrax and Traction Jack (El Paso company, by the way, though not in production now from what I can tell) in different situations, but I've never used something like the perforated metal tracks.

I'll keep my ears open for anyone else looking for aluminum tracks and will send them your way.

Thanks for the reply.
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Industrial shelving and scaffolding foot paths work pretty good too for vehicle bridging I've even used the ramps made for loading a 4 wheeler in the bed of a truck with good results.
 
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Cool, good info. I wondered about them, having used both my Maxtrax and Traction Jack (El Paso company, by the way, though not in production now from what I can tell) in different situations, but I've never used something like the perforated metal tracks.

I'll keep my ears open for anyone else looking for aluminum tracks and will send them your way.

Thanks for the reply.
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Thank you.
 
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