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Ladder Pattern Garden Tractor & Snow Blower Tire Chains

$27.23$407.23 Per Pair

Image is for reference only, tire/wheel/rubber tensioners not included. Chains only. Chains are sold in pairs (2 chains) and will cover two tires.

NOTE: Will not fit Carlisle Snow Hog or Xtrac snow blower tires. Please visit our Snow Hog specific snow blower chain page if you have those tire models.

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Tire chains are sold in pairs (will cover one axle)

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Product Overview

Twist link ladder pattern snow blower/lawn tractor tire chains are essential for every machine to provide superior traction in the snow and ice! For garden/lawn/subcompact tractors, snow blowers, utility vehicles, etc. Why wait until the snow hits? Sold in pairs.

NOTE: Will not fit Carlisle Snow Hog or Xtrac snow blower tires. Please visit our Snow Hog specific snow blower chain page if you have those tire models.

Vehicle

Lawn/Garden Tractor, Snow Blower

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Simple Tips

Installing Your Tire Chains

01

Test fit your chains before you need them. Be sure you have the correct chains for your tire size. Consult your owner’s manual if you are unsure.

02

Lay the chains out flat on the ground to untangle and inspect them for irregularities. Make sure they are not twisted or knotted.

03

Install the tire chains on the drive wheels of your vehicle, which are typically the front wheels for front-wheel drive vehicles and the rear wheels for rear-wheel drive vehicles.

04

Check for proper clearance of your vehicle. Then, drive a short distance and check the chains to make sure they are properly secured and adjusted. Never drive over 30 MPH.

30 reviews for Ladder Pattern Garden Tractor & Snow Blower Tire Chains

4.7
Based on 30 reviews
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  1. Bought size for my 12.5 4.50-6 snowblower tires but chains were too big. Had to cut off 3 cross chains which made the gaps too wide and an excessively bumpy ride. Now messing around trying to add extra cross chains in between each one… waste of my time. Shouldn’t have even bought them.

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  2. Straightforward chains

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  3. love them!

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  4. The fit is as expected.

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  5. As advertised

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Q & A

What's the difference between a two-link and a four-link chain? Timothy Rector asked on November 15, 2023

Hello, two-link/four-link refers to the number of links between cross chains. Cross chains are the chains that cross over the tire tread to provide traction. A two-link chain has two links between cross chains meaning the cross chains are closer together and will provide better ground coverage/traction than a 4-link chain which will have 4-links between cross chains spacing them further apart. Two link chains are also generally more expensive than 4-link chains because of this. If you view some images on our website of a 2-link vs. a 4-link you will visually see this difference also. Not everyone needs 2-link chains depending on their application. If you have more questions or need further assistance, please give us a call at 866-853-1417 and one of our chain experts would be happy to assist you.

Tirechainsrus.com answered on November 16, 2023
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