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Old 01-06-2013, 08:20 AM   #12018
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Originally Posted by tommu56 View Post
Ive been using then for years got sets for every one of my vehicles.

For my truck I put the them on the back at home and if its bad up in the mountains I put the Vbars chains on the back and cables on the front.

tom
I'm looking for a set for my bike....

I see wunderlich has a set but they are you typical auto type steel chains...
They prolly weigh, but they cost like 500 bux a set...

I see Michelin makes a set made of nylon, but I'd have to figure out what size wouls fit my bike..I bet If I ask them they'ed say that the chains aren't recomended for motorbikes...




I saw them on a few bike in you tube videos



Look at :47 secs in
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