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Look at it this way, if you would consider buying tracks for your truck, or an ATV or sled to pull your shack around, I bet these come in price wise far less than any of them (new at least). You could drive your truck to the lake, pull these out of the back of the bed or whatever, install them and off you go. No need for all the other toys, but toys are always fun to have, so scratch that.

Its a neat idea.

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One nice thing about this design is that it gives you more ground clearance. When I've gotten stuck in the snow with the truck, it's because of ground clearance.

Pretty sweet. I wonder how they'd hold up towing a load, like a big fish house.

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Look cool but I would have a few questions before I invested in any. Not sure if just the tires drive these but what happens when they get full of ice/slush etc. will they slip? How well will they hold up in the long run.Might be a great product or could be a nightmare.

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They are tire driven. If you look towards the end of the video, it shows them without the truck and you can see 2 pretty agressive toothed steel drums. I would have a hard time seeing slush being an issue with traction between the tire and track.

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