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    • CigarGuy
      Might have to invest in some. Thanks
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      Chains are a game changer too and cheaper.  Not as effective as tracks but still huge.
    • CigarGuy
      Would be nice, but $$$. Probably stick to my portable
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      Thanks. Wonder if 4x6 would work better. I was thinking of 2x6 for skids. I got a side by side a couple years ago and got it stuck in some hard pack snow, I'm afraid to go on the lake now with too much snow and packed down snowmobile tracks. I have winches on the front and back, but too much work digging them out when you get stuck, especially after having the heart attack in Sept.
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    • StateofHockey
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    • slipperybob
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