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Tire Chains - What type is best?
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Posted by Crockett on December 06, 2002 at 18:07:17 from (188.8.131.52):
Just got off the archives and could not find a definitive answer to this question. I am in the market for a set of tire chains. Will be using an 8N (ag tires, no weights, no loaded tires) to clear snow with a back blade from a gravel drive that is fairly level. Generally we do not get a great deal of snow in this part of New England (Southern Massachusetts). Tire chains.com (as do others) sell a variety of chain designs. Ladder chains seem the most basic and are least expesive. Are they adequate with ag tires? Prices rise with other designs (v-bar, double ladder, duo grip, double ring, etc). I know from past experience with other vehicles that any chain is better than no chain. However I would appreciate hearing from anyone as to which type(value for performance / bang for the buck) is the best to purchase. Thanks in advance for your input.
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