Hunting / Fishing: Your Rescue Tool Deep In Remote LandsJim Perry
WHEN VEHICLES ARE STUCK AND STRANDED IN THE MOST REMOTE WOODS, TRAC-GRABBER IS THE ULTIMATE GEAR HUNTERS HAVE TO GET THEIR TRUCK OR ATV UNSTUCK.
With a newly engineered rubber block design to provide extreme traction at the point of attack and a redesigned strap for easier attachment to the wheel, Trac-Grabber introduces its next-generation vehicle rescue device.
Rescue Tool While Your Deep In The Hunt
While it is said that hunters don’t venture more than a quarter mile from their vehicle, the fact is that sometimes the roads they take to the location to get the “big one” are nothing more than dirt or even open countryside. For these hunters, Trac-Grabber is the ideal gear to prevent them from getting stuck and stranded. Through the device’s block and strap design, any driver can pair the device with their car’s own power to get unstuck from semi-submerged tire situations anytime, anywhere.
“Since 2010, TracGrabber has delivered on its core mission to get trucks and ATVs unstuck from mud and sand-submerged conditions where tires simply can’t get the traction required to rescue the vehicle,” states Jim Perry, Trac-Grabber managing
partner and product designer. “Our latest product is stronger, has better grip, and is just as light as before so anyone can install it. With these benefits, Trac-Grabber provides instant peace of mind and a sense of confidence to tackle their adventure knowing they won’t get stranded.”
The rescue device, as light as 1.5 pounds, comes in sizes for cars, trucks, All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), four-wheel drive vehicles, and even commercial vehicles (E.g., buses and semi-truck).
How It Works
Trac-Grabber works by placing its sturdy rubber blocks against each “drive” wheel. The blocks have been modified to fit the shape of the wheel for ideal grip and less slippage. Each block is held in place by Velcro straps that go through an opening in the
wheel. In some cases, the hubcap is removed to expose the wheel opening to connect the device. Overall, installation can be completed by anyone within 30 seconds.
Once installed, drivers slowly apply power until the tires rotate to engage the rubber blocks with the surface. The blocks gain traction with the surface, lift and remove the vehicle from its submerged state to allow a driver to get to stable terrain. With a quick unfastening of the Velcro straps, the Trac-Grabber is removed.