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Old 01-03-2008
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to chain or not to chain

im heading up to mammoth mountain to go snow mobiling tomorrow morning and i was wondering if chains would be best even if i was 4x4.
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No chains, Drive as far as possible in 4wd, When stuck, Ride snowmobile the rest of the way
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yes Chains will help alot even with you already having 4wd.
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better to have and not need than to need and not have.
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And don't forget the roll of steel tie wire.I hate the sound of a broken cross chain against sheet metal.
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Not sure if its the same as bear...but sometimes there is a requirement where they wont let you pass without chains/cables...i might head up this weekend as well...supposed to have a decent storm coming through...
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i would say carry them with you just incase and use them if needed
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I may be a bit late, but you should really think about getting some chains, huge storm on the way!
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better to have and not need than to need and not have.
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yah chains equal lots of traction , if ur lookin to get through some ruff stuff haha i have them on my lawnmower lol equals winter fun lol
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