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Just found this on Face book(cringe) emoticon

They can be used any where and my only concern is that it is a bladder filled with air and what would it take to puncture one!

What are your thoughts!

]Here is the web site

Regards Scot

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Not bad. Like a MaxTrax but better becasue it is flexible, moulds to the terrain and allows it to fill spaces when tyres do not reach, like holes as the video shows.

I imagine it would be a tough rubberised nylon bag like the inflatible exhaust jacks. As you don't use it with speed it shouldn't wear much. And they are compact becasue they deflate, unlike the MaxTrax which are silid and usually need to be carried in the roofracks.

I'd like to know how much.

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Doubles up as a good camping accessory as well emoticon

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I like them but I'd hate to have to blow them up by mouthemoticon, would need a pump of some sort.

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Can be done with a compressor as well!

They would be a good idea as this gives me more freedom when we are out on our own!

Regards Scot

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Any pricing on them?


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If you go to the web site and at the top is some tabs click on the one that says buy and see the prices!

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This company sells on eBay as well and you can get a set of 2 pillows for $[sign in to see URL] (delivered from Israel)

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Saw a video on them a long time ago - very impressive, especially in terrain with very large rocks/boulders.

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quote:

Saw a video on them a long time ago



Same here.

Inflatable companions with added traction but not otherwise [sign in to see URL] they now come with different coloured wigs and a truly remarkable box of make-up . emoticon

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