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Old 08-24-2018, 08:59 PM   #41
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I thought JFlo asked a good question. What sets them apart? Very fair and not intended to offend.
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Old 08-24-2018, 09:03 PM   #42
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So this is going to be my first winter going to the ski resorts in my SMB 2008 E350 6.0 Diesel quigley 4x4 and great new mud and snow rated tires. Do I need a set of these and if so I will buy a set I am in Colorado Springs and could easily pick a set up in Loveland. I would appreciate and input and as always I am not ever offended by being corrected or told, if it’s right I’m down with it.
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Old 08-24-2018, 11:05 PM   #43
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It was pretty well covered in the earlier part of the thread after there question. Which was more of a digg & poke because of there relationship with another vender on the forum. I'd suggest a little reading to find the answer. It comes down to plastics & its process. One thing I won't go into is proprietary processes. There have been we over 30+ members on the forum that have bought our VanTraxx and all is good. Yes you can drive to CCV in Loveland to get a set. Or you can buy one of the many others sets out in the market place like amazon.
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Old 08-24-2018, 11:19 PM   #44
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So youíre saying donít go to the mountain without them? Did you ever come up with the alloy ones and if so are they better. I donít care how their made only that they work and last. Good to know I can grab em locally so thank you.
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Old 08-24-2018, 11:37 PM   #45
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No not saying that... I carry mine just in case. We’ve been fine heading up to ski & it’s nice to know if we get in a jam we have 2 set of vantraxx and a winch & shovel to get us out. Or that we can help someone else if they need it. We are still working on the alloy traxx. CCV just expanded we just added 20k more sq ft in building for our interior side so the focus has been elsewhere for more than 6 months. Hopes are this winter, I’m pretty sure MG aka expo vans makes an alloy or steel set of traction boards.
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Thanks so much that’s good to know I will buy them from ccv I appreciate you’re expertise and insight.
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