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Set of 2 Security Chain Company Super Z6 Snow Tire Chain Cables

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Amazon has select Sets of 2 Security Chain Company Super Z6 Snow Tire Chain Cables (Various Sizes) on sale from $38.98 -> now $32.98. Shipping is free. Thanks Griffin

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These are not chains. They are cables and they work great! Easy to put on. Used by many emergency vehicles such as police and ambulances. Good to have during the winter. Be sure to always practice putting one on at home before having to do it in the snow on the side of the road. Carry an old raincoat or something to kneel on while installing so do not get wet in snow. Also a pair of those work gloves like mechanics use and some pliers.

Never trust a chain installer on the side of the road.

Always drive a bit and get out and check that it is installed correctly and has not shifted.
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To the contrary, California is among the few states that sometimes require snow chains.

State by state chain laws here: https://www.thebalance.com/chain-...te-1361486
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CA resident here. I bought 2 sets of these for my AWD vehicle a couple of years ago since CA will require you to carry them under certain conditions. I thought we might want to drive up to Big Bear lake but haven't gone yet.

I bought mine used for about $40 a set, but both were brand new and had never been used. It's easy to find brand new sets for resale here since CA is strict about enforcing their requirements to carry chains, but rarely requires you to actually put them on.

Agree about CA being the most ridiculous state ever. Of course, a lot of it necessary to protect Californians from themselves.
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Looks like most of the super z chains are on sale for 50% off or more, these don't fit my car but the set that does is 57% off. Good deal if you need them and your state allows them.
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Looks like most of the super z chains are on sale for 50% off or more, these don't fit my car but the set that does is 57% off. Good deal if you need them and your state allows them.
What state doesnt allow you to put chains on to get unstuck?
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What state doesnt allow you to put chains on to get unstuck?
I have a feeling they were referring to States that don't allow you to drive everywhere with them on. Agree, would be ridiculous if a State banned chains for getting unstuck.
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I have a feeling they were referring to States that don't allow you to drive everywhere with them on. Agree, would be ridiculous if a State banned chains for getting unstuck.
Oh, gotcha. Really you dont want to drive around with chains on your tires, but in some cases you have to do what you have to do. Plus the ones that you can drive with, you can only go up to 20 - 30MPH or you risk the chains coming loose and taking out the driver in the lane next to you and ripping out your whole wheel well of your vehicle.
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I wish I could justify buying a few sets but I just can't. Either way, good looking out OP.
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Great deal, picked up a couple of sets just in case we finally get some real snow in Colorado this winter.
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What state doesnt allow you to put chains on to get unstuck?
Just give California some time. It will happen.
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I wonder if these are worth it for a Ford fiesta. Sometimes you get stuck in pretty minor snow haha
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These are not chains. They are cables and they work great! Easy to put on. Used by many emergency vehicles such as police and ambulances. Good to have during the winter. Be sure to always practice putting one on at home before having to do it in the snow on the side of the road. Carry an old raincoat or something to kneel on while installing so do not get wet in snow. Also a pair of those work gloves like mechanics use and some pliers.

Never trust a chain installer on the side of the road.

Always drive a bit and get out and check that it is installed correctly and has not shifted.
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Just give California some time. It will happen.
To the contrary, California is among the few states that sometimes require snow chains.

State by state chain laws here: https://www.thebalance.com/chain-...te-1361486
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I'd recommend checking these out as an alternative. Real chains (not cables) and very easy to install. https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/11156635
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are these security chains for my tires , so they cant be stolen if i happen 2 visit the wrong poverty strickened neighborhood for the day ? TIA . . .
So you think someone is going to unhook them then lift your truck up to pull them out? Thats a lot of work for some cheap cables.
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