In the soft stuff it similar to sand. But where the screws come in is on the packed snow and ice. There was an SUV ahead of me, he started to turn left onto a side street, and just slid sideways. He didn't make it and straightened it out just before hitting a fire hydrant. It was a sheet of ice right there. I turned onto the street behind him like I was on rails! I was taking it easy, of course, but it felt like I had as much traction as I usually do on dry pavement. For the packed streets, it works really really well. Just gotta watch for soft ruts. It should be all packed out tomorrow.... :roll:KLR-Jason said:Wow that's a good idea, and simple too! How much traction does that give you? Is it like riding in the sand?
1/2 inch #8 sheet metal screws...SgtMarty said:What length of screws are you using, Duke?
If we get that much, I WILL lose her... She's only about that tall I don't think we'll get that much here in Salida, but we'll see...klrmike said:Man that looks like alotta fun.I see where you guys are getting 24-36" of the white stuff
Keep us posted.
ps---don't lose that ridin partner in the deep snow
Yep, she's constantly smiling when she's riding. It makes riding with her a blast! How can you look at that smile and not have fun?KLRGunn said:Does your wife always smile? Oh, and does she have a sister? Any help would be greatly appreciated :si0201