Servo Diamond Pattern Passenger Vehicle Tire Chains
$283.23 – $335.23 Per Pair
Image is for reference only, tire/wheel not included. Chains Only. Chains feature a built-in servo ratchet chain tensioning system. Chains are sold in pairs (2 chains) and will cover two tires.
- Meets SAE standard S-Class clearance requirements
- Recommended for vehicles with front-wheel drive
- Ideal for city driving and paved roads
Tire chains are sold in pairs (will cover one axle)
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Product OverviewPewag Servo passenger vehicle tire chains are high quality diamond pattern chains specifically designed for vehicles with high powered engines. These chains meet SAE standard S-Class clearance requirements. Pewag Servo offers the comfort of stationary mounting and high reliability under all conditions. A snow chain that will especially satisfy frequent drivers. High quality stationary mounting chain. Automatic tensioning with servo technology. Rim protection. Sold in pairs.
- High quality chain with innovative technology
- Pewag servo ratchet tensions the chain automatically! Manual tensioning is not necessary
- Easy removal through self-opening inside lock
- Innovative Starwave profile for increased traction
- Rim protection
- ONORM (Austrian Standard), TUV-certified (German Association for Technical Inspection)
- Tight chain mesh in material thickness of 3.2 mm
- Patented servo technology automatically regulates the chain tension
Installing Your Tire Chains
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.
Lay the chains out flat on the ground to untangle and inspect them for irregularities. Make sure they are not twisted or knotted.
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.
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.