4x8, 4.80 X 8 Heavy Duty V-BAR 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. In the past we only offered heavy duty, but our competitors were selling medium duty at lower price than our heavy duty chains
- Bullet Point 2:
- V Bar Chains are V-bar are helpful on hill, ice and hard packed conditions. They are not recommended on pavement since they can damage the surface it the tires begin to spin.
- 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: 4.00x8, 4.80 X 8 To ensure maximum life and performance of your tire chains, tire chains must be installed as tight as possible.
- Maximum Life
- Ladder Style:
- 2 - Link Spacing
- Surface Recommendation:
- Ice/Hardpacked Snow
- Weather Conditions:
- Ice/Hardpacked Snow
- Traction Pattern:
- Consistent - Tighter Spaced Cross Chains
- Lateral Stability:
- 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 V - Bar Tire Chains
- Tire Width:
- 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.