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    Some marketing blurb I received last year prepping for Botswana. Look closely at the pictures.

    Access Track Mats

    (Manufactured by Access Industrial Suppliers – Telefax: 012 662 1825)
    (Contact Mark Todkill 083 628 0840)


    Even off-road vehicles occasionally become bogged down in mud, or stuck in soft sandy surfaces.

    Access Track Mats spread the load dramatically . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Avoid that sinking feeling.

    Off-road vehicle owners have used the old metal ‘sand ladders’ for many years but it is only recently that modern material and manufacturing methods have enabled us to produce stronger, lighter, more versatile and better value products.

    Access Track Mats use the latest high strength, low weight fibreglass to provide a bridging ladder / Track Mat which is ideal for a large range of off-road situations.

    Access Track Mat is a fraction of the weight of its metal equivalent, won't bend, and offers an extended life with no corrosion problems. An Additional advantage is “it is not to HOT to HANDLE” in the blistering African Sun.

    On soft, boggy or sandy ground Access Track Mats is excellent to provide an effective base for the vehicle tyres. The ladder spreads the load of the tyre to a much wider area. The Square opening design allows for superior non-slip capabilities of the track mat in sandy and muddy conditions.

    Access Track Mats are manufactured from corrosion resistant fibreglass. They will never rot, corrode or rust and there is no need for painting or maintenance, just hose them down.

    The gritted surface has been added to give an extended life and provide superior traction even in the worst of conditions.

    Access Track Mat will deform under heavy load but will return to their original shape once the load has been removed.

    Most recovery equipment is simply dead weight until you need it, however, the Access Track Mat has a variety of uses around the camp, simply turn them over (Grit surface down) and they can be use for:

    • “Door” Mat in front of the tent
    • Floors in the portable camp shower
    • Loading Ramps for fuel drums
    • And many more . . . . . . .


    Pricing as of June 2006.

    As far as pricing is concerned, we recently had no choice but to increase the price to R 770.00 per set including VAT.

    As set consists of two track mats that have a non-slip grit top surface finish.

    We used to supply them in a bag for easy carrying, but found that most guys toss the bag and leave the tracks in their vehicles. If however you would like it in the bag, there is an additional cost of R 100.00.

    The price includes delivery ex factory East London to all major centres.
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    where can I get a pair of these?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kobus Mans View Post
    where can I get a pair of these?

    thanks
    (Manufactured by Access Industrial Suppliers – Telefax: 012 662 1825)
    (Contact Mark Todkill 083 628 0840)
    Kobus, I looked briefly at your overlanding list in Jessica's forum. You might want to add some water purifier tablets or similar to your kit. Double up on the Fire Extinguishers, at least two of 3KG capacity. Spare batteries for your remote control (if your vehicle is fitted with RC).

    Why not post that list here as well?


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