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Be prepared for the rough, slippery roads with Kinedyne’s Grip Link Tire Chains. These tire chains offer the ideal solution to worry-free traction over slippery roads covered in ice and snow, over uneven, bumpy terrain, and through difficult environments...
such as forest floors, rock, and mud. Our tire chains help you maintain control over your vehicle whether you’re traversing on the highway or off-road.
Whether you’re driving through the snow during winter or driving through the muddy fields of spring, our tire chains are good to have on hand all year round. We’re offering a series of different Grip Link Tire Chains that are useful in a variety of different situations. All styles of Tire Chains come in 11 x 22.5 and 11 x 24.5 sized singles that easily fit over one tire and in 11 x 22.5 and 11 x 24.5 sized dual-triples that fit over two drive tires.
All of our Grip Link Tire Chains are sold in sets, i.e. both sides of the vehicle. Every set ships in an easy-to-carry and easy-to-store plastic pail. For dual-triples, two pails are required in order to complete one set.
While tire chains are installed, drivers must not exceed 50 KM/H (31 MPH). Note that tire chains are designed to add traction only. They must not be used as a solution to help equipment that is stuck. They are to be removed before driving outside of their intended conditions. Not removing them could result in damage to both the tires and the road.
Tire Chains 101 is part of the Kinedyne Education Series of introductory videos created by Kinedyne LLC. This series of videos is designed to teach the basics of cargo securement products: what they are, what they are used for, and how to choose the right tools for the job and more.
How to Install Tire Chains is part of the Kinedyne Education Series of introductory videos created by Kinedyne LLC. This series of videos is designed to teach the basics of cargo securement products: what they are, what they are used for, and how to choose the right tools for the job and more.