Reviewed By David C (Sequim, WA) —1/17/2017 10:27 PM
Good backup for snow tires
Reviewed By Johnny K (SAN DIEGO, CA) Reviewed for a 2009 Ford F-250 —12/28/2016 5:28 PM
Had R-3 conditions at 8000ft and these chains took me down and back up the mountain without any problem! They are fairly simple to install once you've practiced. The directions included suck. I'm happy with their performance and curious how many trips they'll run.
When the weather outside is frightful, installing snow chains is not delightful. Of course, the only time you need the friggin chains is during inhospitable conditions. The best way to get yourself back in the car pronto is to know how to handle your Thule tire chains before you’re caught in a storm. So, is the weather nice where you are? Are you inside? Good. Now’s the perfect time to learn!
You’re getting your ride ready for winter driving, but you’re having a hard time choosing new tire chains. Before you make an important decision like that, it’s key that you understand exactly how tire chains work. Check out this article for everything you need to know before making a buying decision.
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