The Tuff Stuff® Traction Recovery Tracks are designed to increase confidence while discovering new and unknown terrain that could end your fun having. While most of us have 4WD, sometimes it just isn’t enough to battle that loose sand, mud or even the unconquerable rut that stands in your way. If you’ve ever been through soft unforgiving sand, deep unpredictable mud, or that slippery ice and snow, you know there is no way of getting out without some assistance.
No longer be the one in need of help- Make yourself 100% self-sufficient with our recovery traction tracks to ensure you get out of every situation mother nature throws at you.
Tuff Stuff®’s recovery tracks are not light duty like some others out there! Our tracks are made from heavy-duty nylon reinforced plastic and each track can support up to 7,760 Lbs with ease! That means your 15,000Lb vehicle can be supported in even the most grueling terrain you will encounter.
Tuff Stuff® Recovery tracks also feature a total of 96 raised traction points making sure your tires gain grip and traction in any situation the trail throws at you! The stackable design makes storage simple if mounting to your vehicle, or use the included 600 denier ballistic nylon carrying case with handles if you plan to store inside of your vehicle.
Recovery Tracks FEATURES & BENEFITS:
- SOLD AS A PAIR
- CARRYING CASE INCLUDED
- GREAT FOR SNOW, SAND, MUD, LOOSE ROCKS OR GRAVEL SURFACES
- CAN BE USED AS A LADDER BRIDGE
- 96 SHARP CLEAT POINTS FOR TRACTION
- 4 MOUNTING POINTS FOR STORAGE ON VEHICLE
- YELLOW 50″ LONG LANYARD STRAP FOR EASY RECOVERY IN SAND
- 48″ Long X 13″ Wide
How to use:
At first sign of your vehicle being stuck, STOP. Don’t keep spinning the tires- It wont work.
Asses how deep you are and use a shovel to get underneath the tires. Dig a track in front of the front tires too, so there is minimal resistance to the pathway of the vehicle and you can keep your momentum.
- Air down tires to as much as you are comfortable with (carry a compressor with you- It is an essential trail tool).
- Rocks: 15 psi min.
- Soft Sand: Deep / silt / soft sand 8 psi.
- Beach sand: 10-12psi min.
- Mud: 15psi depending on bottom (compensate for rocks/holes/branches)
Try and get the tracks up against the tires lowest surface so it can grab a cleat and pull underneath the vehicle. Once the tracks are under the tires, DO NOT increase RPM and spin tires, as this will burn the cleats off of the tracks (not covered under warranty). Maintain a steady throttle until you feel the truck rise up, then increase throttle until you are completely out of the obstacle and able to gain traction without an aide.
** reducing air pressure can often gain much more traction and will allow the tire to grab and mold to the tracks much easier**
For more information, go to http://www.P65Warnings.ca.gov