They must be doing something right. I been trying to get the Maxtrax hold down bolts... nobody has them
I don't need or want to justify buying them. My personal experience with breaking cheap boards repeatedly justifies the purchase of a better quality product.There is copious evidence that some of the other products don't break every time you use them and for a lot of people would not break in a lifetime of use. Nothing wrong with an opinion but you sound like you are trying to justify an already sunk expense.
Fair enough.I don't need or want to justify buying them. My personal experience with breaking cheap boards repeatedly justifies the purchase of a better quality product.
Yep Those are like them, The Military have been using them for over 60+ years bottom line is they are the best and will out live anything on the market to date. If a person wants a serious set of sand ladders then they are the only option, even more so if you drive something in the size and weight class as a Mitsubishi or Isuzu or a Unimog.
In this case you are really better off with bridging ladders vice traction matting of any form.Do the aluminum sandladders let you go over holes and such? Lets say I have a van that ways 2500KG or so.
I would think that they are very helpful but would bent when driving over a hole. Perhaps the steel ones would be better?