truck ~n~ tow
good as any bullshit I've read as of yetDell,
On road the cheaper version will work, offroad no. The reason is the retention system. It's too flimsy and it won't work well with aired down tires. You'll end up breaking that cheaper chain and getting it wrapped around your axle, possibly taking out a brake line. The cross links are plenty strong, the tensioning retention thing is not meant to take any impact with rocks or stumps. Check out the yellow chain in this pic:
Bad news Bro. The better one is just $10 more
If you want a real MOFO chain look here:
Expensive and heavy because of the double stacked, bar spiked crosslinks, but super aggresive. You need clearance to run them.
Actually has nothing to do with price just like a lot of things. Price does not always equate to better and as pointed out a $10 difference is not really that much.epinions are like assholes n elbows...
so you gotta back yers with something more then...
'cause mo' money makes them better"
e pinions based on something real... or an experience...My e-pinion was based on the design of the chain pattern and appearant strength difference among other things. I am sorry that I did not go into detail as to why specifically I would go with the one over the other. However if you are asking for E-pinions dont bitch when you get them. Besides I thought you were still broken and recovering so wont need them this year.
nope...What Dell? You tryin to shut the whole damn forum down
You get points in muh book...The chains are easy to install and easy to remove as needed. The Grip 4X4 have held up great.
You got it! ---- All we need is some Snow.You get points in muh book...
as that's exactly what I wanted to hear...
someone with some experience...
and myself having spent the last 3 ( or was it 4 ? ) early spring seasons up in Moab...
what you say... assures me that the Grip 4X chains are all I need
thanks for saying brother... You just saved me $ 40 bucks.