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Old 11-19-2010, 04:47 PM
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Snow Chains for F250

Hi,

what do you guys think about this set of snow chains?
Laclede 3210 - Tire Chains | O'Reilly Auto Parts

They will be for mt father in law 06 F250 XLT PSD 4x4: we are going up to the sierras next week and they are expecting a ton of snow. I think he has regular all-season hwy tires, which might not have enough bite
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Old 11-19-2010, 04:57 PM
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I am just about to pick up a set of those.

V bars would have more bite. V BAR TRUCK CHAINS

I think they will be fine or occasional use on quasi plowed roads.

Don't forget, going up is the easy part.
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thanks...

my inlaws are in San Diego and pretty much would only see snow 3-5 days a year....
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I do not know why. But I remember signing sometype of document during the finance stage of buying my truck. Which stated that I can not use chains. I do not know why. Have to do some research. Any body heard of this. And yes I did not think of asking them at the time, I just wanted to get out of there and drive my truck.
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Nice Rack V10Zilla...............
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Damm they look fine
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