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Please click here to see the fitting of RUD Centrax chains. [1] Links: ------ [1] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MR4NbFT8Dqw&feature=related
Well see for yourself! PLEASE CLICK HERE to see the fitting of RUD Easy-2-go chains! [1] Also if you would like to download or view a copy of the RUD Easy-2-Go fitting instructions PLEASE CLICK THIS LINK. You may also be asking yourself 'what...
The J number is stamped on the wheel itself. The exact location varies quite a bit and sometimes it's easier to take a look at the spare if you can't see it on your wheels. It refers to the depth of the wheel and is measured in inches. You are usually loo...
It is not possible to re-size RUD snow chains. Maggi TRAK chains do cover a wider range of tyre sizes (which a degree of adjustment), however the only chains we sell that can be re-sized to fit a different tyre size are the Spikes Spider range. ...
Self tensioners save the hassle of having to get out of the car after half a mile or so and give the tensioning chain a further pull just to check that everything's tight. RUD's solution (used in their Easy2Go chains) is to use an ultra-tough flexible cor...
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