Part #9253, 1/4 .250 Emergency Tire Chains Repair Links Pkg of 10
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- TireChain.com Part #9253, 1/4 .250 Emergency Tire Chains Cross Chains Repair Links, Parts - Package of 10
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- Tire Chains 1/4 .250 Emergency Cross Chain Repair Link
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- Self Closing. No tools Required. These are used to temporarily repair a broken cross chain to prevent the broken tire chains from damaging the vehicle .
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- Simply connect the two broken pieces with the repair link and drive. The fastener is self closing once you drive on it. For Medium Trucks and SUV's
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- Package of 10
- 1/4 .250 Repair Links Tire Chains
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- Buy in bulk and get up to 7.5% off!
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A cross chain repair link for tire chains is a replacement link that is used to repair or replace a damaged or broken cross chain in a tire chain assembly. Cross chains are the diagonal chains that span across the tire tread and provide traction.
When a cross chain becomes damaged or breaks, it can compromise the performance and effectiveness of the tire chain. In such cases, a cross chain repair link can be used to replace the damaged section and restore the functionality of the tire chain.
To repair a tire chain using a cross chain repair link, follow these general steps:
- Identify the damaged or broken cross chain in the tire chain assembly.
- Remove any remaining parts of the damaged cross chain from the chain assembly.
- Take the cross chain repair link and align it with the adjacent intact cross chains.
- Insert the ends of the repair link into the corresponding links of the adjacent cross chains.
- Use pliers or a similar tool to secure the repair link in place by bending the end links or using any locking mechanisms provided by the repair link.
- Repeat the process for any additional damaged or broken cross chains.
It is important to note that the specific repair process may vary depending on the design and manufacturer of the tire chain and the repair link. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions and guidelines for the proper repair procedure.
If a tire chain has multiple damaged cross chains or significant wear and tear, it may be advisable to replace the entire tire chain rather than relying on individual repairs. Regular inspection and maintenance of tire chains can help identify any potential issues and ensure optimal performance during winter or off-road conditions.