If you're still looking, I just picked up 9 5-foot sections (for $20 each) and they have the full 10-foot sections for $35 each. Better hurry, they only have 30,000 left...Old snow machine track and chunks of marston mat (spelling probably not right, the mat that they used to use to make run ways and such with). The marston mat is getting hard to find and pricey as it is aluminum, old snow machine track can be had for almost nothing
31 lbs each? :Wow1:If you're still looking, I just picked up 9 5-foot sections (for $20 each) and they have the full 10-foot sections for $35 each. Better hurry, they only have 30,000 left...
http://aviationwarehouse.net/novelties-for-sale.html (no affiliation)
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The 5-footers were cut, obviously, but the cuts are pretty straight and clean. $80 for four fit right into our budget.
Edit: These are the M8 (steel) version, not aluminum.
Looks like this....(I just googled "MM Maxtraxx Spare Tire Holder")Does anyone know who makes this carrier?
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+1 for Gotreads. I like them because I can pack them away in a recovery box. I am not a fan of mounting recovery devices to the outside of my rig. They also double as a way to level the camper on uneven ground. Because they fold, they can have lots of different heights.I have been using GoTreads for the past year or so. They have been working out super well so far! I have used them extensively at work recovering stuck vehicles on the beach. They get used about every other day and have held up surprisingly well. I have also used them on the trails of the Northeast and have been happy with them there too. You can get them for cheap at amazon.
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