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Old 11-13-2023, 07:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hereís some relevant images. Iím thinking a tracked vehicle will have far better floatation and traction in any case. I have yet to see an efficient tracked vehicle that *doesnt* rob large amounts of energy. On those lines, it may be better to use a fat bike wheel/tire. Studs are an option, and possible a paddle tire.

Iím thinking I will be split between good speed on hard pack snow and good floatation in soft snow. I donít think I can achieve both.
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