Installation of RUD Grip 4×4 tire chain offered by http://tirechaindealer.com/grip.php.
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Tags: Chains, grip, rud, Tire
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i have these same … i have these same chains for my volvo they work insane..but i always drive about 20 feet and yank them tight again, just to make sure
Little easier when … Little easier when the tire’s super bald.
that’s why you … that’s why you practice & familiarize yourself when the weather is nice. Learning to install them on the spot when you really need them isn’t fun.
They are pretty … They are pretty thick chains. I had one guy last year that bought two sets and used them plowing the roads for much of the season. They held up pretty good.
Bill Burke uses … Bill Burke uses these in his offroad videos-Land Rover defender. I’m curious about their strength. considering a set of four for offroad snow runs.
Great, now try … Great, now try mounting those chains with yor truck/car stuck in a feet of snow…
You got to take … You got to take into consideration that this is a “truck” and has “tons of wheel well space”….my oldsmobile passenger car has almost zero space to manuver your hands around in. So far the easiest chain type devices i have used are light weight traction cables but again are not really easy to install….just easier than others i have tried. If I could just find an adhesive that would bond hard rubber grommits to a tire it would be great…i’m still working on it LOL
are you kidding? … are you kidding? this is actually the easiest way to install a snow chain, everything else ive seen was harder
Yeh, these work … Yeh, these work very well I’m sure….but what a pain in the especially if you are doing it out in freezing cold weather and your wheel wells don’t have much space around them. For a while I was using “traction cables” which are like chains in concept but much lighter. I have even experemented with trying to super glue hard rubber grommits on my tires but I have not found an adhesive that will hold well enough. I have been trying to come up with an easy “chain” alternative for “years”.
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