Today we tried out some
Today we tried out some 2x8 lumber as our traction boards (Maxtrax) to get out of a sticky situation!
I made some wooden traction boards.
They kind of worked! haha Watch to find out how well...
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Gotta dig till your weight is on the tires and off the chassis at least.
Those will probably be cool on sand, test em there. But with mud I'd go with bolts instead of a cut pattern, which should also with with sand
Also, the fake brand trax are like fifty bucks and work pretty good
I think instead of cutting out grooves in the wood, if you added the strips of wood on top of the plank would work better
You can get ok knockoff maxtrax on eBay for 20 bucks each.
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Today on Borderline Explorer I'm taking inspiration from traditional traction boards to create wooden ones. Save some money and DIY.
Pros: Cheaper, Durable, Strong!
Cons: Heavier, Not really stackable?
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For your 2.0 version you should think of using a bed liner spray for additional traction
Awesome video Alan! Editing is great! You need to show me how to do all that!
Oh! And the Whack Trax are sweet!
Pretty cool. I'm sure that's way stronger than those plastic Amazon boards. I'd be watchful for tread damage but it may not be an issue. If so, I think "crown cap nuts" would be the ticket. Nice job
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Ghettofied dude lol