Out west we have stores called TSC or Tractor Supply Company. It's like a Walmart for farmers or a farm co-op store. They call them different things in different parts but it's also equestrian or horse supply stores. His looks just like the $16 mats they sell that you put over concrete for horses. Saw them just yesterday. Same size and thickness as his and it's tuff enough for horses with shoes on. Look for them piled up by the front door. So cheap that they do not even lock them up at night but then again us country folks don't steal. They are kinda heavy. I wonder if falfrenzy could thow his set with the bolts on a bathroom scale for us? I'll guess 40 lbs for the pair.What material is that? Rubber?
Good idea. I don't know how well the tire will grab it bare, but only one way to find out!I liked the idea of the Tractor Supply Mat because I would of never thought of one for a recovery tool. I use one in the back of my Trooper for a dog mat, now seeing this I will cut it in half it will still be functional for the dog mat but could be used as a recovery mat but I think I will leave the spikes out for the dog's sake. Dave