I didn't see any other posts about this so thought I could post and ask about my problem with my 2 wheel drive extended cab pickup. I have wood in the bed for weight and really good on/off road tires but I am still having traction problems on the streets when there is a little ice or frozen snow. Unfortunately I live in a town and they do add sand to some areas but there are still slick areas where my tires spin. I do try to let the automatic transmission move the truck on slick spots and let off on the accelerator so that helps but people behind me tend to get a little peeved at me when I do that. I thought about chains but they are so hard to drive on when I get on road areas that are clear of snow and ice. I researched different traction devices such as Goclaws http://www.flextrax.com/index.html and Shur Tracs http://trucktoys4less.com/sure-trax-traction-aid.html Anyone have any experience with either of these or any other ideas for traction. I know about adding "traction sand" to the bed of the truck instead of wood and I may yet do that. The tire dealer suggested I buy 2 studded tires for the rear wheels but I found out later that he was just trying to sell me because the law here says you have to have all four tires studded if you have studs. They are $125 each and I really can't afford that.