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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
This past Christmas in TN we had one bad snow fall. The Inventor of these things strapped them on my 18 passenger van full of kids and we were able to get up a steep hill where even the SUV's couldn't even get up. I would suggest this product to anyone.
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on December 16, 2008
I bought these b/c i read good reviews on it...totally was not satisfied. I have a 01 toyota tacoma and I live in Mammoth Lakes, CA. Dumped pretty hard last winter... these things were difficult to put on, and when you drive down the road with them they are super loud (louder than chains) and I had worse control than I did w/o them!
They're probably good for a road that hasn't been plowed or for mud wamping. I was driving on a plowed highway and it was terrible! Returned them right away.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on January 12, 2011
These claws do provide added traction. They are DIFFICULT to put on...their video uses a Jeep where you have good access all around..on a passenger car not the same. Lots of laying on the ground, struggling...awful. Once you get off a heavy snow pack they make the car vibrate awfully, and you can't go over 20 miles per hour. They would be good in an emergency and you were stuck and alone. Wrestle them on laying in the snow and you could get out of a ditch or something. past that, get snow tires.
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