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Yes you can, Although double check you tyre size! For more information on Thule chains for 4 x4 vehicles, please click here. [1] For more on how to find you tyre size please click here [2]. Links: ------ [1] http://www.thule-snowchains.net/scri...
The K-Summit is what we usually call a "Ladder track chain", because a ladder of chain is placed around the face of the tyre, braced off a mechanism which is fixed onto one wheel bolt. There's no chain inside the wheel. These chains are particularly su...
* Push the chain around behind the wheel until you hold both ends and lift both ends upwards. You want the hoop of chain to rise up under the car axle so that you can clip the two ends together near the top of the wheel. All modern snow chains are fit...
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...
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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