Stuck in mud

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    I have seen that method before and it seems to work very well.
    I am going to buy later in the year some traction recovery boards.
    Basically this guy who is Australian, shows 10 ways to use these boards.
    There are cheeper versions out there .

     
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    Comercial version




    commercial version of the wood in wheel, but it is better not to accelerate as it does the video if you want to keep the entire transmission and the wheel axles ...

    Rew a friend uses a homemade version of your video, they are metal plates used to make stairs, at least in snow it has worked very well:

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    A very good product that makes getting out of mud easier.
    For non American speaking people, he did say... Not to use the extension bars on the front wheels as when the suspension goes down, the extension bars can hit and damage your vehicle.