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Car snow chains (pair) £5.97 (Amazon Prime) £9.96

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Cheap snow chains! Various sizes available, some of which are under £10 delivered (with Prime at least). Check your tyre size before ordering. Linked size is only £5.97 delivered and fits tyre size…
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5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago
Cheap snow chains! Various sizes available, some of which are under £10 delivered (with Prime at least). Check your tyre size before ordering.

Linked size is only £5.97 delivered and fits tyre sizes: 165 / 175 / 80R13, 185 / 155 / 70R13 65R13 80R14 165 70R14 65R14 / 175 / 185 / 185 / 55R14 60R14 55R14 195 / 155 / 145 / 80R15 70R15, 165 / 175 / 65R15 55R15 60R15, 175 / 185 / 195 / 45R15 50R15

This set for a whole 2p more fits other sizes;

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Protrac-Chains-pieces-4717752-Mounting/dp/B00QQ8FFZA/
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It's not snowed for 14yrs, a coupe of times it has flurried and melted as quick as it came down. I need it to snow so that i can put to use all the bargain sledge's I've bought over the years.


Edited By: Holeinone on Sep 17, 2016 01:43: I
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Holeinone
cmncomp
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.
It's never snowed enough to be driving at the restricted 15mph in snow chains.

And even if it did you probably won't be going anywhere anyway because all the roads will be blocked with abandoned German saloons! :D
11 Likes
"winter is coming"

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19 Likes #1
It's not snowed for 14yrs, a coupe of times it has flurried and melted as quick as it came down. I need it to snow so that i can put to use all the bargain sledge's I've bought over the years.


Edited By: Holeinone on Sep 17, 2016 01:43: I
4 Likes #2
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.
1 Like #3
If I bought them, chances are I would never find it when it did eventually snow :-)
11 Likes #4
"winter is coming"
1 Like #5
AzeemB
"winter is coming"
The wild geese are getting fat!
#6
cmncomp
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.
It's never snowed enough to be driving at the restricted 15mph in snow chains.
13 Likes #7
Holeinone
cmncomp
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.
It's never snowed enough to be driving at the restricted 15mph in snow chains.

And even if it did you probably won't be going anywhere anyway because all the roads will be blocked with abandoned German saloons! :D
1 Like #8
Bought because after driving my car through 3ft of water this morning on a country lane thought could be worse it could be in thick snow!
1 Like #9
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Holeinone
cmncomp
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.
It's never snowed enough to be driving at the restricted 15mph in snow chains.
And even if it did you probably won't be going anywhere anyway because all the roads will be blocked with abandoned German saloons! :D
Roads littered with BMW's and short sleeved shirt, shade wearing dude's thumbing lifts, ah takes me back...
#10
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)

btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)
#11
jonnithomas
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)
btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)
How, when the Snake pass gets closed, do you breakthrough the barrier in a 4 wheel drift?
3 Likes #12
Holeinone
jonnithomas
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)
btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)
How, when the Snake pass gets closed, do you breakthrough the barrier in a 4 wheel drift?


I knew someone that has never lived there would ask. the barrier saying closed goes to the middle of the road. otherwise how do people that live there get out ? :) you simply drive passed it on the right hand side of the road . as for the weather ... well maybe I was just lucky to get through for a complete winter but I did.

the problem in the UK isn't the weather.it's people not knowing how to drive in snow.

I have driven to the alps for many years without problems but got held up overnight on the A1 because some people in the UK cannot drive in quite light snow and their cars blocked the road.
#13
Wrong type of snow... it's terrible and it closes road... and makes people bad drivers as well
So there.... ;)
#14
cmncomp
14 years? I guess it depends where you live.

Allepo, always nice and toasty in one way or another.
3 Likes #15
AzeemB
"winter is coming"

You know nothing.
3 Likes #16
Holeinone
jonnithomas
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)
btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)
How, when the Snake pass gets closed, do you breakthrough the barrier in a 4 wheel drift?
Nah, it's an Audi - you just sit 3 inches from the back bumper of a farmer in his Landie and use a bit of intimidation!
4 Likes #17
Just a reminder - chains are for digging out of a snow on the uphill road in French Alps in January, where winter tyres can't cope.

Not for driving on a dual carriageway in Vauxhall Corsa because your £9.99 Wanli tyres lost to half an inch of slush.
#18
pity i live in africa...
1 Like #19
I thought snow chains were for kinky snowmen.
1 Like #20
these are great for chewing up your annoying neighbours lawn... so I've been told (_;)
1 Like #21
jonnithomas
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)

btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)


​last time i went skiing i used ski's and just left the car at home
#22
Do you know something I don't.?
#23
Would rather of had oars after todays rain.
#24
Bargain, i would not be without a pair in the car now, carried them for many years and only had to use them 3 times but it saved being stuck 3 times as they pulled me out when the winters tyres failed.
2 Likes #25
BenderRodriguez
AzeemB
"winter is coming"
You know nothing.

Baaastardddd :)
1 Like #26
dribspak
jonnithomas
what about for people going skiing ? this is a very good deal :)

btw the comment about german saloons doesn't apply to Audi Quattro. I did the snake pass every day even when it was closed due to the snow in my A6 quattro. it was just me and the farmers landrovers :)

​last time i went skiing i used ski's and just left the car at home

heyyy, that's an idea. :)

I lived in Europe so home had feet of snow too :) it's a funny thing but Europe manages with snow. it's just GB that doesn't.
#27
trd
I thought snow chains were for kinky snowmen.


no that's yettis ;)
1 Like #28
Not got a car but could find a use for these chains in my sex dungeon.
1 Like #29
If you plan to go to either Germany or Austria between November and beginning of April and not wanting to fit winter tyres you have to carry chains as a legal requirement. These are pretty good price for larger cars.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/WEISSENFELS-Chains-NM32065STD-UNIQA-Clack/dp/B013E4SLQI/ref=pd_sim_sbs_263_9?ie=UTF8&refRID=XM4CC3CENMBGWETDAQSM&th=1

£23.09 at time of posting and these are a top make.
#30
use winter tires in winter no need for chains
1 Like #31
exsportssci
Bought because after driving my car through 3ft of water this morning on a country lane thought could be worse it could be in thick snow!
You need one of these http://sourcemaking.com/files/sm/images/anchor.jpg
#32
The trouble with British roads is even when it snows , the whole road is often not covered in snow . If you hit a bit of exposed tarmac or concrete the snow chains break , same thing can happen if you go too fast . Useful if you are going abroad , but in this Country they will more likely end up in a cupboard along with your sandwich maker and other unwanted gifts !
#33
I've been alive for 44yrs and I can honestly say that I've never seen them used in the UK. They will become spider homes in the garage, take em abroad with you on a trip to Europe and bring back the illegal immigrant spiders.
1 Like #34
Hot. Got a Beemer and it doesn't move in 1mm of snow!
#35
I (probably (_;) ) won't buy any but clicked through anyway. How do you know which size/set you need? The numbers don't correspond to wheel/tyre size and I can't see a size chart on the page.
1 Like #36
AzeemB
"winter is coming"

You know nothing Jon Snow
#37
Proveright
The trouble with British roads is even when it snows , the whole road is often not covered in snow . If you hit a bit of exposed tarmac or concrete the snow chains break , same thing can happen if you go too fast . Useful if you are going abroad , but in this Country they will more likely end up in a cupboard along with your sandwich maker and other unwanted gifts !

If in a hurry be careful not to put a sandwich maker on your tyres...
1 Like #38
Even on winter tyres my 118d coupe is utterly rubbish even in light slush. Throttle response is extremely poor so it's no surprise so many BMW drivers get caught out. Can't wait to get a dual motor tesla...

Bought a set of chains from Walmart to use in North california when it snowed badly on the way to Lake tahoe. They do make a huge difference is very bad conditions but I can't see any need for them in the UK! Snow socks are much better and easier to fit for most people that can't make it to main routes (admittedly they are expensive).
#39
KitKatFox
Even on winter tyres my 118d coupe is utterly rubbish even in light slush. Throttle response is extremely poor so it's no surprise so many BMW drivers get caught out. Can't wait to get a dual motor tesla...
Bought a set of chains from Walmart to use in North california when it snowed badly on the way to Lake tahoe. They do make a huge difference is very bad conditions but I can't see any need for them in the UK! Snow socks are much better and easier to fit for most people that can't make it to main routes (admittedly they are expensive).

Or a pack of zip ties for emergency use. The great thing is when you get to the normal road they just snap off.
#40
Isn't the main reason BMW and mercs being so bad in snow due to them being rear wheel drive (mostly)? Not really to do with tyres, I didn't think winter tyres made much difference on snow anyway, I thought the main point of winter tyres is that the rubber is softer at lower temperatures, so you get more grip on the cold roads?
Obviously tread depth matters too, if you've ever compared driving on new versus old tyres in the snow you'll know.

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