Snow Tire Chains for Cars
|FOB Price:||US $9.99-19.99 / Set|
|Min. Order:||100 Sets|
|Min. Order||FOB Price|
|100 Sets||US $9.99-19.99/ Set|
|Production Capacity:||50000 Sets/Year|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, D/P, Western Union, Paypal, Money Gram|
- Model NO.: DZJHSC1729
- Material: Iron
- Feature: Heat Resistant
- Structure: Welded Chain
- Custom-Make: Yes
- Type of Shipping: Sea & Air and Express
- Units: Set
- Commodity Packaging: Carton
- Kind: Link Chain
- Trademark: DZJH
- Origin: China
- Usage: Transmission Chain, Drag Chain, Conveyor Chain, Dedicated Special Chain
- Surface Treatment: Polishing
- Chain Size: 1/2"*3/32"
- Color: Solid Color
- Port of Loading: Qingdao
- Application: Fitted to The Tires of Vehicles
- Standard: ISO
- Delivery: 10-15 Days
- Condition: New
- Specification: 50*35*30
- HS Code: 7315200000
Snow chains attach to the drive wheels of a vehicle or special systems deploy chains which swing under the tires automatically.
Although named after steel chain, snow chains may be made of other materials and in a variety of patterns and strengths.
Chains are usually sold in pairs and often must be purchased to match a particular tire size (tire diameter and tread width), although some designs can be adjusted to fit various sizes of tire.
Driving with chains reduces fuel efficiency, and can reduce the allowable speed of the automobile to approximately 50 km/h (30 mph), but increase traction and braking on snowy or icy surfaces.
Some regions require chains to be used under some weather conditions but some areas prohibit the use of chains which can deteriorate road surfaces.
Driving too fast with chains.Recommended maximum speeds in the owners' manual of the chains - generally 30 to 50 km/h (20 to 30 mph) - maximum.
Driving on dry roads with chains for extended periods of time.
Driving on dry roads with chains can cause a vehicle to slide when braking.
Not securing the chains tightly enough
Owners' manual of the chains recommends tightening a second time after driving a short distance and checking for tightness from time to time.
If a chain comes loose, it should either be refastened or removed before it wraps around the drive axle of the vehicle.
Tensioners or adjusters may be required.(some chains have automatic tensioners and may be damaged if tensioners are not used.)
Installing chains on non-drive wheels.
Accelerating too rapidly causing tire spin and stress on chains
If a chain does break, it can cause vehicle damage by slapping around inside the wheel well, possibly wrapping around the axle and severing brake lines.
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