On 1 Dec 2004 10:40:10 -0800, email@example.com (John Davison)
I know that there used to be a temporary nylon "chain" that was
available which could probably have worked. Not sure where to get one
Those are some wide tires you've got there. Perhaps a spare set of
winter rims & tires might be your only route.
265's on a slush covered highway. The definition of excitement !
265's aren't all that wide... I've got 265-75/16's (pretty much the
same OD) BFG AT K/O's on my truck and it does great in the winter. I
would agree to get some steel wheels/ snow tires ( gotta love the old
Snow King bias tires) before venturing out with the most likely stock
tires, esp if chains are req'd.
I bought a set of SCC Z LT cables. They meet the SAE class S clearance
requirements for vehicles with limited clearances. They work great on
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