Even though I live in America, I never saw as many monster trucks anywhere in the 'States as I did in Reyjkavik. For drivers who need to navigate the Icelandic hinterlands, owning a pickup truck converted to drive man-height tires is more practical concern than pissing contest. Sure, they looked silly and inconvenient in the city, but it was a trade-off everyone was apparently fine with.
So I wonder if the Track N Go would gain any traction in Iceland. This has to be the coolest off-road conversion I've ever seen, because it's completely reversible and only takes fifteen minutes. Check out how it drives:
Before we get to how they put them on, the following video, narrated in French, gives you a good look at an individual Track N Go (and gives you a sense of how heavy it is):
As for how they mount these things, here's a guy doing all four largely in real time, by himself, assisted only by some mounting contraptions. It doesn't proceed the way I thought it would—I was surprised when he turned the truck around—but it makes sense:
Still, after seeing that, I'm wondering if there's a way to simplify the procedure by design. I can't see lasers making the alignment any faster than by eyeball, as you've still got to muscle each Track N Go into place, but I'm curious, is there anything you would do differently?