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I'm thinking of getting a set of Jwheelz for my Honda Foreman and was wondering if anyone has any first hand experience with them. They look like a great idea for when I go Ice fishing just incase the unfortunate happens. As the saying goes, no ice is safe ice. Sure would beat losing the machine if it went through if they work as well as advertised. I did a search and didn't find anything on them.

Cheers all.

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I've never heard of these, so I just looked them up. Pretty interesting adapters. For anyone like me who hasn't heard of these, from their site: 

J-wheelz are an award winning attachment for ATV’s, UTV’s and 6x6 vehicles. Using a simple bolt-on attachment method, J-wheelz add traction and flotation without the cost and hassle of other systems

I guess they've been around for a while judging from this old video from 2010..

 

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Yes they look pretty slick. Look amazing in the snow and way better than chains. Went to my local supplier here in Newmarket Ontario this morning and they said Kimpex up here discontinued them for some crazy reason. Just emailed J-wheelz and hopefully they can send them to me. I really want a set. cheers

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WOW Never heard of them !! Id be interested to know if they really work !! I ride in the woods mostly so they wouldnt work here 

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Looks cool, @dee004.  My concern would be how much stress they put on your front end when riding through mud or water, and if your fourman is too heavy for them.  I believe the atv in that video looks like a recon which are SUPER light.  Could be wrong though.  Worth a shot for sure!  Definitely couldn't hurt to give them a try.

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I think they may be out of business. I've tried calling and emailed them. No replies. That's a real drag and I can't find anything else like them anywhere. Mr Google comes up blank and if he doesn't know, it's a bust lol. They'd be easy to make if I could find some tapered plastic drums or something similar. The inserts would just be dock grade foam which would be a snap to cut.

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