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*LIGHTNING DEAL* FieryRed Recovery Traction Mats - 2 Pcs $56.89 *DEAL DEAD*

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[Amazon.ca] *LIGHTNING DEAL* FieryRed Recovery Traction Mats - 2 Pcs $56.89 *DEAL DEAD*

FieryRed Recovery Traction Mats - 2 Pcs
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07CQJ5M2H?psc ... yp_imgToDp

Lightning deal + $6 coupon brings this down from $73.99 to $56.89

Maxtrax knockoffs (Cost upwards of $300)

A lot of 4x4 offroaders/overlanders has this but can also be used if you're stuck in snow and need some extra traction!


Last edited by Murkdx on Aug 18th, 2021 10:47 am, edited 2 times in total.
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Nov 24, 2020
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I would not buy them at this price because I don't think I need them, but idea is great and mats look very good.
Sr. Member
Jul 23, 2011
801 posts
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Winnipeg, MB
Lol I just use my floor mats when needed.
Get out enough then go back and retrieve.
Jr. Member
May 19, 2004
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Calgary, AB
Great price and almost pulled the trigger but saw it was good only to minus 8 degrees Celclus ... and reviews said they are brittle and break at lower temps.
Unfortunately I only need them at these lower temps. THe lower temp rated ones are on sale as well for $120 (black/orange) or $93 (shorter black)
Newbie
Feb 8, 2009
53 posts
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The real deal here is saving $50 and using your floor mats or any cheapo mat. Basically anything will work so why spend $40 more.

If you use mats everyday then I guess it could make sense.
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Mar 11, 2019
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I wonder how well they work cold or wet or muddy like one would encounter in a real stuck situation?
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May 31, 2019
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buymore4less wrote: Great price and almost pulled the trigger but saw it was good only to minus 8 degrees Celclus ... and reviews said they are brittle and break at lower temps.
Unfortunately I only need them at these lower temps. THe lower temp rated ones are on sale as well for $120 (black/orange) or $93 (shorter black)
The snow/sand ones are on sale at princess auto for $69. https://www.princessauto.com/en/2-pc-sn ... 0008921801
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Feb 3, 2019
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Kaida9 wrote: Lol I just use my floor mats when needed.
Get out enough then go back and retrieve.
Badrush wrote: The real deal here is saving $50 and using your floor mats or any cheapo mat. Basically anything will work so why spend $40 more.

If you use mats everyday then I guess it could make sense.
Great! I will try using floor mats next time i go offroading


/s
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Feb 22, 2013
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These are intended for use with a 4x4 vehicles? Will these work less effectively for front wheel drive vehicles?
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Jul 23, 2011
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Winnipeg, MB
Murkdx wrote: Great! I will try using floor mats next time i go offroading


/s
I use it for traction when stuck in snow, no off roading here just crappy streets in winter.

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