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Trucktrial, those are serious tires !!!
Where truck trial takes his truck those are mandatory.check out his threads on hiking .Wow pretty serious climbing
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Mountains cant stop me
they have tried
Another One !!
Here's the new link, the other one was under copyright
if you guys want a really step by step video watch this
as stated by backyard crashler lol
Took off the chains... ready for spring creek crawling !!! vids to come !!
come see my RC vids !!
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Just thought I'd bring up this thread for the newer poeple...
The Wolf is not concerned for the sheep's opinion
Thanks for the thread, made myself a set today and it was nice and easy with this as a reference.
I plan on making these chains for my summit and I was wondering how much traction you get on the snow. I would like to plow my driveway and side walks when there is small amounts of snow and obiviosly I need good traction for that.
I was wondering how much traction you get with theis. I would like to plow my dive way with my summit when there is small amounts of snow.
Hi, you all shared really nice information here for making tire chain, Actually this is the most important thing which we all should know and i also would like to share an experts experience who said that "the faster you drive with the chains equipped, the quicker they'll wear out. This is especially true on dry pavement, which can destroy traditional metal-links". May all these things prove useful for you people.
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Awesome post!!!! I just made a set of these for my sons Rustler. Due to the smaller size of his old wheels, I only did 5 cross sets of chains. Six links on the outside and 10 on the inside just to clear the suspension components. Either way you do it, is the best $4 you can spend for some winter time play