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Security Chain Organization SC1032 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain – Set of 2

Safety Chain Organization SC1032 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain – Set of 2

  • Requires lower operating space around drive tires
  • Low excess weight facilitates simple mounting and elimination
  • Improves starting up, stopping and cornering efficiency
  • Constructed from stainless steel and are very sturdy
  • Guarantees smooth ride

SCC Radial Chains can be put in in minutes and removed simply in snow or ice. This product has an all-metal fastening program with reduced operating space requirements around drive tires. It also functions lower operating excess weight with extended service lifestyle and

Checklist Value: $ 23.99

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3 Responses to “Security Chain Organization SC1032 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain – Set of 2”

  • H. Ho:
    66 of 66 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    It takes work but it does the job, February 2, 2010
    By 
    H. Ho
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    This review is from: Security Chain Company SC1032 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain – Set of 2 (Automotive)

    For the price that these were going for, I should really give it 4 stars, but its about the product and not the price. These chains will work well enough for a decent amount of snow and has never steered me wrong. They take some effort putting them on and taking them off. They are safe on your tires and I’ve never had a problem with them rubbing and they are still lasting after two trips to the snow (yeah, it hasn’t been that many times) But for 24$ a set, using them twice already paid for itself.

    I do want to make a suggestion though. Put them on at home. Figure out how many links it takes to secure the inner part of the chains to have it seat properly. Once you know this, when you install them in the snow, just hook up the inner side of the chains the same amount of links. Drive forward a little and link the outside. If you’ve done it properly, your chains should be tight enough without having to constantly check if they need to be tightened.

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  • Emmanuel Ruvalcaba:
    47 of 49 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great in Snow, January 20, 2009
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    Emmanuel Ruvalcaba (Japan) –
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    This review is from: Security Chain Company SC1032 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain – Set of 2 (Automotive)

    So I got some of these from the local Napa, They were great. Paid 2x what Amazon charges. They are amazing in snow. I drive a low provile BMW 3 series. It cannot handle 3 inches of snow on my street tires. With these chains I was pushing thru ice and 8 inches of snow like it was the race track. Only problem I had with them is even stay under 30mph on bare road, they wore out rather quickly. I need these to get in and out of the side streets I live on, but the main roads are generally clear. They did last about 5 weeks of daily use, then they pretty much fell apart. After you lose 1 link, you might as well junk em, as the rest will go rather shortly. I’m buying my second set now. At this price I’ll buy em every 5 weeks if I have to. (BTW i’m a Cali boy, and i got moved to Eire, PA so you can an idea of my problem)

    Update Jan 2012:
    As I mentioned before, at this low cost, the chains were a pretty good option. At 5 weeks they took on about 500 miles or so before wearing out. Because of the low ride height and upgraded 17″ rims, snow tires are way more expensive than what I could afford. This year I did end up getting real snow tires thru the military exchange on credit, but i paid $800 plus $80 to have them installed. While the snow tires handle great, the chains are an amazing option for anyone on a tight budget. I also found that if you make sure to tighten the chains very tight, they don’t wear out as fast.

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  • Jose M. Mata:
    32 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Broke after one use, December 2, 2006
    By 
    Jose M. Mata (Seattle, WA) –
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    I used these tire chains just once to get up a paved, hilly road with a sheet of ice on it. I was driving about 5-10 MPH and made it up the hill just fine. However, I was pretty surprised to see that one of the cross cables had snapped with just this one incredibly brief use. The broken chain is now useless. (I had to park at the bottom of the hill and walk up for the next few days until the ice melted). I would not trust these tire chains and would strongly discourage anyone from buying them. The tire chains do come with a one year warranty, but I bought them years ago and only needed them this one time. For an item such as tire chains, a one year warranty doesn’t seem to make much sense. I wish that I could have rated these tire chains with zero stars.

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