Join Date: May 2016
Location: Oxnard, CA
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I don't have my transit yet, still on order waiting build date, but I've used Auto-Trac snow chains on both my Chevy Avalanche 2wd and also on my Kia Soul FWD in Colorado snow and they work pretty good. Best of all they're easy on/off unlike conventional chains even if you're already stuck on in snow/ice as long as you're not too buried. They're also S rated for limited clearance.
Hope this helps
I have to admit that I miss Les Schwab, out here in Tennessee. I grew up in Eugene, and was wondering just the other day if they still offer Free Beef with a set of tires. I just got a set of tires at Discount tire, and while they do hustle a bit like the boys at Les', I could have been reaching into that chest freezer and getting my dinner for tonight!
I guess it wouldn't go over the same here in the south.
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