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Three wheeler on the ice

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I just picked up a three wheeler that weighs around 300lbs. Im hoping this machine will go safely over thinner ice. Anyone here with a three wheeler have a recomendation on ice thickness? Also do these things get any traction through a little snow and ice?

Thanks, Robert

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get some chains for it if you can find the right size otherwise if you do go through the ice the wheeler will float. Generally 3 wheelers are limited on how much snow they can go through and pull at the same time but I do like to have the option for lighter mobility.

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I use a Honda 200S three wheeler for fishing. I grew up on these things and still love them. I'm not as brave as some guys so i need 5+ inches of ice to walk on and 8+ inches of ice for the three wheeler. Up to 6" of snow is ok chains do help a lot if your pulling a sled or portable.

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Where can you find chains for wheelers?

Check out the thread 2 or 3 pages down called Ranger use. They list some places to get tire chains.

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Cabelas 39.99, need to be ordered online, had mine in a week, free delivery to the store.

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