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Heavy Duty Adjustable Fit Emergency Anti-Skid Snow Chain Straps - Yellow - 10 Pack
Adjustable Emergency Anti-Skid Snow Chain Kit - 10 Pack - ALEKO

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List Price: $79.00
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Product Code: SCP03-AP


When weather and terrain is unpredictable, protect yourself against getting stuck! Whether snow, mud or sand has you grounded, emergency anti-skid tire chains can get you back you on the road. Use these anti-skid traction plastic snow chains for your car or SUV. Effective in emergency weather conditions, lightweight, and resistant to the most extreme weather. Simply tighten the straps around your wheels, drive out of the unstable terrain, remove the tire chains and get back on your way! Use instruction manual during installation.


  • Ultra lightweight 10 Piece Anti Skid Tire Chain Set

  • Designed with anti-skid/anti-slide traction to get out of a stuck position in emergency situations; do not slam breaks, take sharp turns or drive over 25 mph with chains on; stop use if you hear any abnormal sounds or the chains fall off

  • Textured straps are designed to get you safely unstuck from the snow, mud or sand; avoid dry pavement or flat ground uncovered by snow, mud or sand

  • High quality material allows for reuse; simply rinse snow chains with warm water to clean; discontinue use once chains are over 30% worn down

  • Safe to use on standard tires with no damage; adjustable size fits most standard tires with a 6 - 11 inch width

  • Simple installation and easy removal; Bright neon color for visibility

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5 of 5 10 pk emergency sow chains October 19, 2019
Reviewer: Anthony Martin from Pocatello, ID United States  
I haven't had the opportunity to use these chains yet because it hasn't snowed yet but they look like they will work just fine.

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