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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-16-05, 02:01 AM
Tony Bartels
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Husky Snow Chains

Has any one used Husky snow chains as they seem a lot cheaper than other
makes. How easy are they to fit. This will be for emergency use only.

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Re: Husky Snow Chains

In article <dnu2a9$kbb$1@newsg3.svr.pol.co.uk>, Tony Bartels
<tony@bartelsdotfsbusiness.co.uk> writes
>Has any one used Husky snow chains as they seem a lot cheaper than other
>makes. How easy are they to fit. This will be for emergency use only.


Sounds like you get what you pay for. If chains came off my 110 it would
be embarrassing but not a disaster. If they flew off a Disco's wheels,
I'd expect a big bill!

I think I'd go for the ones that are strongest/safest.


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Simonm.

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