Truck Tire Chains
Truck tire chains are sold in pairs (2 chains) and will cover two tires. Duals will cover four tires.
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If your livelihood depends on making a delivery safely and on time, then having a quality set of truck tire chains could be the difference between getting paid or losing a job. In some states, it goes further and it is actually a legal requirement that chains be carried in commercial vehicles.
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With so many different classes of vehicles, you need to make sure you get the right style of chains to fit your purpose, and your tires! Whether they are for a pick-up, light or medium truck, dump truck, or semi, we will have the right truck chains for you - designed to fit single, dual or wide-base tires. If you have any questions or would like some help selecting the right chain for your needs, please call our knowledgeable staff at 866-437-5883.
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Ordering from Tire Chains 'R' Us
We have been selling tire chains for over 15 years, priding ourselves on having the lowest prices, fastest shipping, and best customer service. All our tire chains are packaged and shipped from our warehouse in Iowa. Our goal is to provide everything you need on our website, from information on how to install chains to selling the chains themselves. That way, you'll spend less time wondering what chains you need or installing your tire chains.
All our truck chains are sold in pairs and in most cases are pre-fitted for your tire size. If you have any questions at all, please do not hesitate to contact our staff at 866-437-5883 and we would be more than happy to assist you.
Our Selection for Trucks
We sell a variety of tire chains, for any type of truck and all types of situations. All of our chains are manufactured according to current NACM specifications. Our chains are made from a variety of quality materials, from hardened carbon to steel alloy.
Please remember that all truck tire chains are designed for slower speeds, not normal highway speeds. It is recommended that you travel no faster than 30-35 mph after your chains are installed. Failure to adhere to this warning could lead to chain failure or damage to your tires and truck.