Recovery Sand Tracks

muaz
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Adel;31370 wrote:as per the sand track specs, its not applicable to be at the inner side of the wheels with the chassis interference.
absolutely right
lizzy
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What a classic example of how not to do a recovery. Basic mistakes: doing a lateral pull, people standing in the danger area, no evidence of digging, front wheels initially facing the wrong way. This is what happens when people don't join a good club and get shown how to recover a stuck vehicle.
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These are only good when ur driving a sedan or a vehicle which isnt suitable for sand and get stuck in sand. If i ever get these sand trax they would be solely for the purpose of rescue of a vehicle which does not have towing points and these would be my last resort
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