Originally Posted by c10e15d84
the bag shouldn't be vulnerable to water... it should be sealed.
What if you need some sand for traction to get over some ice? If it's frozen you're going to have bit*ch of a time breaking it up to use.
thats why i have a 5 gallon bucket in the bed with a $2.xx bag of kitty litter poured into it, i heard kitty litter works better anyways
as for sand, i was trying to break the walmart shopping cart with 4x70lb bags (didnt work)
so i have 280lbs + my tool box at about 100? + my bumper at about 200 = 600lbs over what most of yall have.. the extra 280lbs in sand bags made a pretty big difference i *think* but by the time i got them in most of the snow had turned to slush
im still determined to break the damn cart.
and i would put the sand between the axle and cab, you dont want it taking away from traction on the front end.
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