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Toyota Tundra Snow Chains

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Reviewed By Alexander E V (Fremont, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Toyota Tundra —1/19/2011 8:30 PM

This set of tire chains works as advertised. I suggest that you watch the You Tube video on how to install this set of chains. I have not had a chance to actually use these in the ice and snow, but after installing them in my driveway it makes you want to try these out. They are very simple to install. Just make sure that you follow your specific cars owners manual and install them on the primary drive wheels. This set of chains are worth the money considering that you can install them yourself and that it is a real quality product. These chains will surely give you the needed traction and the safety required while driving on the ice and snow.

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Reviewed By Kathleen M (San Francisco, CA) Reviewed for a 2014 Honda Accord —11/20/2014 12:07 PM

Although we haven't had occasion to use these yet, they are compact and come with helpful tools and easy-to-follow directions. They are packed in nifty easy-to-store bags, and we feel fully prepared for the snow now. Thanks to AutoAnything, we got our order very quickly and in time for a trip through the Sierras where we would have needed the chains if there had been a storm. So we will definitely order from AutoAnything again. Their service was terrific.

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Practice, practice, practice

Reviewed By Steven A (BRAINERD, MN) Reviewed for a 2009 Volkswagen Jetta —2/10/2014 2:14 PM

Try the installation before you leave home! Instructions included but mainly a series of confusing pictues that seem to include multiple models- worthless. Go to YouTube to see a installation but don't expect to do it as quick in practice. My biggest problem was untangling the chains. Once untangled, installation is not that hard. After a short distance the chains knocked against the wheel well and I had to stop and tighten them. No problem, but it seemed like 30-35 mph is about all the speed you'll want to do with them installed. During removal take care to not drive over the red latches as you drive out or they'll break or bend. Also, you'll need to stop with the cable in top dead center as you installed it, or it'll be hard to reach to unhook. Once on though, they'll do the job like nobody's business.

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