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Old 08-12-2012, 09:08   #1 (permalink)
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Has anybody used these Michelin Easy Grip X13 Composite Snow Chains if so are they any good?

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no dont know about them but I have a 2nd set of brand new unopened lPolar 16mm chains for sale if you are interested they fit 215 75 16 plus other sizes
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Never used chains - seems dangerous fitting these when you need them.
Have a look at snow socks - quicker to fit and seem good
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depending where you go they are a legal requirement to carry them ie the alps
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Nucs i will have have a think about that i did look at snow socks they do look easier to fit

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Nucs i will have have a think about that i did look at snow socks they do look easier to fit

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no probs , try looking on "Snowheads" site they have been discussed on there
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Have read somewhere that in countries where snowchains are a legal requirement during winter that snowchains it must be, dont take this as gospel but worth checking .
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Has anybody used these Michelin Easy Grip X13 Composite Snow Chains if so are they any good?

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Lidl have a full set of snow chains in this week. I think they were under 20
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