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Posted By bogydave,
Dec 20, 2012 at 6:39 PM
These may be useful
Bet those are cheap!
I wonder how long it would take to wear out those bad boys?
Hope they make it to market. They would make it a lot easier to get into those remote oil & gas leases 4-5 months a year. Save lots of time unloading trucks & loading it all into a Nodwell or other ATV.
Probably use for off road on the summer too.
Great for going farther out before getting stuck. LOL
Yes I can see that being a problem if one wont stop when one should. Could very well make the walk of shame a few hours longer
Whoa.... I want some
Subarus tend to be pretty good in the snow but for a few dollars they can be better
I may have no use for those, But I want some very badly!!
NO! ....Just, no ... please ................must resist.........................................
All of these modern track vehicles remind me of the older ones. About 100 years ago, the Linn Tractor Corporation in Morris, NY made track trucks. Many municipalities used them as snowplows. There is a guy around here who restores them, and currently has about 5 that are done and parts for several more. I spent some time talking to him at a local antique engine show last summer and he sure knows his stuff.
Tracked Ford . . .
From Waterville, Maine . . . the Lombard Hauler . . . pretty impressive for its time . . . a quick search will reveal it pulling out a whole bunch of wood.
That thing is crazy cool.
Ok that was cool !