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vehicle recovery quick and easy.

Made of UV-stabilized, flexible, super tough engineering-grade reinforced nylon, MAXTRAX provides traction and a firm base to get your vehicle quickly back on track.

Each MAXTRAX Mini weighs just 5 pounds. MAXTRAX Mini is easy to carry and thanks to itís signature double-edged design, itís easy and quick to position under your tires.

MAXTRAX Mini has two comfortable built-in handles and a shovel at either end for removing excess earth to help get you unstuck quicker. They also have exclusive keyhole accessory points to allow you to securely mount your MAXTRAX with our Mounting Pins.

Weíve partnered with Axia Alloys to produce a tube clamp MAXTRAX mount to work with most UTV roll cages.
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How cute. Maybe I should grab one in case my riding mower ever gets stuck.

Seriously though, wouldn't you kick it right out on like a half rotation of the wheel? I wonder how practical the shorties are for people. I understand weight reduction, but worth it? Idk.
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Smaller vehicle?
smaller budget?

I will stick with the full length ones for my self.
Just putting it out there.
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Perfect size for your Suzuki Jimny!



Review here:
https://adventurecurated.com/4x4/maxtrax-mini/

ETA based on the dimensions, I think a stacked pair of them would fit in the wetbox. But you'd lose some OLAF points if no one could see them.
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How cute. Maybe I should grab one in case my riding mower ever gets stuck.

Now there's a thought..


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What you didn't post here is that this product is a mini "Jack" base ... i.e. a stable base for your hi-lift.
Conveniently, it also has the Maxtrax recovery traction pods on the reverse.

Wonder if it is feasible for them to mold a jack base into the original Maxtrax without compromising the integrity?
Then you'd have something.

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What you didn't post here is that this product is a mini "Jack" base ... i.e. a stable base for your hi-lift.
Conveniently, it also has the Maxtrax recovery traction pods on the reverse.

Wonder if it is feasible for them to mold a jack base into the original Maxtrax without compromising the integrity?
Then you'd have something.
Maybe LNXPenguin can "print " something


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