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Old 02-28-2017, 12:04 AM   #1
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Parking on soft ground

If you are going to park on soft ground for over a week, what could you use to prevent your tires from sinking into the ground? I have tried leveling blocks but they are so small, 10 inches square at best, so they sink in as well. There must be something bigger and better.
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If it is only going to be for one week and not on a regular basis I would get a 3/4" sheet of outdoor plywood and cut it into 4 sections so I could place one section under each of the tires.

If it is going to be on a regular basis I would try to find some AM2 Runway matting similar to this.

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We have the same problem. With the spring snow melting, our gravel parking spot is turning to mud. So that's exactly what we did - backed up onto pieces of 3/4" plywood to keep the wheels from sinking into the mud.

Make sure you have a spotter and go slow, we had one of the plywood pieces flip up a bit as the tire went on, but it was fine once the wheel was in the center.
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