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Lost in the Sierra Nevada Mt. range, it was all the y's, muddy, snowy, rainy, sunny.

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Yes, yes they are, pretty much standard on every school bus, fuel oil delivery fire truck and ambulance in areas where winter is real.

And they were optional on U500NA for winter operation.
 
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That RotoGrip is pretty cool. Simple design. The commercial is garbage though. The first 60 seconds was random with no info. The whole could have been summed up in a 15 second clip. Love the music though. That’s my jamm!
 

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Well it isn't Argentina, but, it was camping in California. Frenchman Reservoir is really nice this time of year....fall colors,cold and no drunks. Our maiden voyage in the new trailer.
Chas
Sorry to dig up an old post but I'm curious, was the mog the tow vehicle here? If so how did it do?
 

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Yes it was the tow vehicle. They do very well. The are slower than modern diesel hotrods but control the weight much better. My upcoming plan is to use it to tow my toyhauler to Moab, wheel the mog and then tow the trailer home.....the plan. My Duramax tows faster and is far more powerful but Moab might be a stretch for it.
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