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mud sweat & tractors

Discussion in 'Off Roading' started by mick dodd, Nov 17, 2019.

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  1. mick dodd

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    anaconda greenway tyres no longer but is there a grip out there to match at a budget ! see i have a farm landy with lots of mud , problem is the tyres fill with mud & slip against the clay sub soil in the gateways & no more will landy go ! if i put dumper tyre on i cant go to town on market day .the law you see ! some one said to me , bar grips no good in mud but to deer anyhow as far as i can see . any help any one ? ps there were 2 anacondas on e bay new but 4 wheels on my wagon !
     
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    Got a set of Insa turbo Special Tracks 4 for £450 squid (18mm tread) (all 4) on 1 ton rims one needs new valve also includes a Khumo Venture MT as A spare good tread at least 10mm) so 5 wheels in all . Sizes 285 75 16 so would require wheel spacers to keep the turning circle . If you get stuck with these you would be bottomed out.
     
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    the clay underneath the mud stops the bottoming out , the mud on top fills the treads . special tracks slide about , got some on my 90, this place is exeptioal for mud ! hence anacodas whitch were barely legal won the day .many thanks anyway .regs mick
     
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