20x10x8, 20x10x10 Heavy Duty Tractor Tire Chains Set of 2
- Bullet Point 1:
- Unlike competitors, Our Heavy Duty Tire Chains is made of thicker cross chain and thicker side chain and fasteners.
- Bullet Point 2:
- In the past we only offered heavy duty, but our competitors were selling medium duty at lower price than our heavy duty chains. So, we began to offer a medium duty to compete with their lessor chain. Tire Chain is not commodities
- Bullet Point 3:
- For 2 link chains, cross chains occur every other side chain link giving consistent ride with less grip-slip like a 4 link chain.
- Bullet Point 4:
- For easier installation of two and four link chains see our Sno-Chain Ramps . Optional Tensioner is recommended for maximum life and performance of chains.
- Bullet Point 5:
- Fits: 20x10x8, 20x10x10 To ensure maximum life and performance of your tire chains, tire chains must be installed as tight as possible.
- Bullet Point 8:
- IMPORTANT: Tire Chains are designed to fit various tire brands and tread patterns. Adjustments/Alterations are normal and expected.
- Ladder 2-Link Heavy Duty Tire Chains
- Maximum Life
- Ladder Style:
- 2 - Link Spacing
- Surface Recommendation:
- Traction Pattern:
- Consistent - Tighter Spaced Cross Chains
- Tire Width:
- Tire Aspect Ratio:
- Rim Size:
- Bulk Pricing:
- Buy in bulk and get up to 7.5% off!
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- Heavy-duty chains are built to withstand demanding applications, offering superior traction and durability on steep slopes, deep snow, or icy surfaces. They provide a rougher ride, but they are highly durable and more expensive.
- Medium-duty chains strike a balance between performance and affordability, providing reliable traction for general use. They offer a smoother and quieter ride compared to heavy-duty chains and are suitable for moderate conditions.
Regarding the difference between two-link and four-link designs:
- Two-link chains have a cross chain every second link, providing enhanced traction, stability and a smoother ride, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications and extreme terrains. The design of two-link chains tends to provide better durability and resistance to wear and tear compared to four-link chains. Due to fewer cross chains, two-link chains generally offer a smoother and quieter ride compared to four-link chains.
- Four-link chains have a cross chain every fourth link, offering moderate traction and good durability. They are suitable for general-purpose use on snowy or icy surfaces. With fewer cross chains, four-link chains may produce a rougher ride compared to two-link chains. They can also generate more noise.
Consider your specific needs, terrain, and budget when choosing between heavy-duty and medium-duty chains, as well as between two-link and four-link designs, to select the most appropriate option for your garden tractor.