Four (4) Caliber Snowmobile Trailer Trax Mats 18" W X 72" L X 1/2" Thick #13211 on 2040-parts.com
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Four (4) Snowmobile Trax Mats
THE BEST TRACTION MAT AVAILABLE
STOP THE DAMAGE TO YOUR TRAILER DECKING OR RAMP CAUSED BY STUDDED TRACKS!
OVER SIZED 18" WIDE X 72" LONG X 1/2" THICK
UNIQUE BOTTOM GROOVE DESIGN ALLOWS MOISTURE TO DISSIPATE AND DRY OUT, PREVENTING "DECK ROT" CAUSED BY OTHER TRACK MATS
PROVIDES EXCELLENT TRACTION WHEN LOADING YOUR SNOWMOBILE
MOUNTING HARDWARE INCLUDED
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