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400x480x8, 480x400x8, 480X8, Tire Chains, For Deep Lug Tires

400x480x8, 480x400x8, 480X8, Tire Chains, For Deep Lug Tires
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400x480x8, 480x400x8, 480X8, Tire Chains, For Deep Lug Tires



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Our Price: $43.70

Pair of snowblower tire chains for two tires.

  • For 400X480X8, 480-8 Deep Lug Tires

  • Two Link Spacing for cross chains

  • Chains are Zink Plated.

  • Price is for a pair of chains.

Product Details:
Package Weight: 18.74 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 10 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 10 customer reviews )
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3 of 4 found the following review helpful:

3snow blowers  Jan 29, 2011
By Philippe Jean Jorat "Carpenter"
Unfortunately the chains themselves fall into the space between the lugs of the tires leaving you no better off than you were. guess I need to modify them somehow. Something diaginal would have been better but alas no pictures were shown. Assumed that Deep Lug meant that they were meant for tires with Deep lugs. The jokes on me.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

4snow blower tire chains useability good  Oct 18, 2013
By Raymond Booska
would be better if there was some kind of tension adapter that goes across the wheels to help tire chains better stay in place.

5I had to remove a couple of links from the ...  Feb 26, 2015
By Hankc
I had to remove a couple of links from the chains because they were too big, even though they were the right size.
I don't blame the vendor for this because there are a lot of tread designs which effect how deeply the cross-chains fit into the treads.
I used 1 inch 1/4-20 carriage bolts, with stop-nuts, to attach the ends of the chains.
Put the bolt head against the tire sidewall; the rounded head will protect the tire.
Pinch the chain link closed a little narrower so the square part under the bolt head won't turn when you tighten the nut.
It helped to put a bungee cord around the tire because the bottom of the chain would sag & pull the chain down.
With the bungee, it was easier to juggle everything into place.

3tire chains  Mar 11, 2015
By Dee T
Not completely happy with what I ended up with. The chains will work better after I have taken them apart and move some things around. Instead of a right and left side I have a set of right side only. The connection ends need to be moved to the other side on one of the chains to make it easier to put on the machine and help them stay on after they are tightened. Or I can use them with the wrong side facing the tire witch can were holes in the tire. This is why I don't buy things online very often, If the stores around home had them in stock in January instead of be out of stock for the season I could have taken them back and exchanged them or replaced the one that was wrong.

5Exactly what was needed  Feb 11, 2014
By Chris Ebert
I wish I would have bought them 20 years ago!!! It makes my snowblower a real snowblower now! Quality is excellent!!

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