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Security Chain Company QG2821 Quik Grip V-Bar Light Truck Type LRS Tire Traction Chain - Set of 2

by SCC

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QG2821
  • Durable Quik Grip link chain reinforced
  • Light truck and SUV applications
  • Highway service
  • On and Off road use
  • Tightner QG20074-10 required
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Security Chain Company QG2821 Quik Grip V-Bar Light Truck Type LRS Tire Traction Chain - Set of 2 + Security Chain Company QG20074 Quik Grip Light Truck Traction Chain Rubber Tightener - Set of 2 + Security Chain Company QG2228 Quik Grip Type LSH Light Truck Traction Chain - Set of 2
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Technical Details
BrandSCC
Item Weight27.3 pounds
Product Dimensions12 x 8.5 x 4 inches
Item model numberQG2821
Manufacturer Part NumberQG2821
  
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ASINB000CQ4666
Best Sellers Rank #333,626 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight27.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 23, 2005
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

Security Chain Company Quik Grip V-Bar Type LRS Light Truck Traction Chain is designed for virtually every type of use from passenger cars, SUVs to trucks, airport transporters, ATVs, garden tractor to snowblowers and forklift machines.


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Easy to install, and provide great traction!!
Adam T.
These have a small bar welded to each chain link that contacts the road to help give better traction and/or longer life making them more expensive than many others.
Thomas H. Lawler
I own a 4x4 Ranger and with the V bar chains I can pull just about anyone out.
Nick

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Nick on January 11, 2011
Model: QG2816
Well I live up in Alaska so for about 6 months out of the year the roads are covered in ice and the ditches are full of vehicles and bottomless snow pits. Now I only use the chains when i have to which is very rarly but they make all the difference especially these! I own a 4x4 Ranger and with the V bar chains I can pull just about anyone out. I have pulled out more 1 tons from ditches with these then any other type of chain or other traction device. Once you get them on the v bars dig right into the ice and give you all the traction you could ever need. I plan on ordering another set once I have some extra money.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Thomas H. Lawler on October 12, 2009
Model: QG2821 Verified Purchase
I live in Washington state and always been concerned about traction needs in the winter months. Many people like the "cable" type of tire chains since they are "springy" and it makes installing them easier (versus actual "chains" like these that don't stay straight across the tire, are much heavier, etc). However, I was with some others when we ended up sliding off the road. We instantly intalled some of those "cable" type chains for trying to get back on the road, but the cable that goes in a circle broke instantly at one of the joints (where a cable going across the tire joined it). So that instantly made me lose all faith in those styles making me want something that'll hold up in any situation.
These have a small bar welded to each chain link that contacts the road to help give better traction and/or longer life making them more expensive than many others. I did have a set of these where a link broke right where there was one of those welds, so the weld may have weakened it. I've not had that happen again, but haven't used them that many times every year either. The big thing when installing any kind of tire chains is to remember that you want them to be tight and virtually part of the tire while on the road. Don't just drape them over the tire, connect the hooks to the end link of the chains and start driving because they may flop off the tire easily, start whipping your fenders or even catch on things like a brake line ripping the car apart. You want to work all the slack you can out of the chains and end up with the same number of loose links on both sides of the tire. If you end up with 1 or 2 links on each side that can flop around, that's not a big deal, but 3 or more can again damage the car.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 28, 2012
Model: QG2828 Verified Purchase
I have a mega cab dually and live in Montana. Pulled my toy hauler to a hunting spot right before a major snow storm, sure glad I had chains. My tire size is 235/80R17. I used chains on both front and outer rear wheels. Pulled thru 18inches of snow and over on icy pass. My only problem is I should have put them on a little tighter(first time I ever put chains on). You need to have the rubber tightener which is not included. Shipped in two days with prime.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Pocock on November 18, 2011
Model: QG2828
Well, thanks to another reviewer I triple checked size BEFORE ordering. The chains that came fit just fine. I have a 2WD Dakota pickup. Light in the rear, no traction. Even with weight I sometimes struggle in the kind of snow we get around Buffalo. UNTIL NOW! These things are the real deal. Before snow fell I did a trial setup run. It took a little time to figure things out, but not excessive. When snow flew this year, I was ready. Before the plows were out, while people were parking at the bottoms of the big hills I live in, I was powering up like it was nothing. Ice? No problem. Taking them off is much easier and quicker than installation. Be aware, you're not gonna wanna go over 30 mph with these things on, and the v-bars are really squirrelly on dry pavement. Those points should be obvious anyhow. That said, with 4 inches of heavy snow on top of pure ice those rear wheels never slipped once. Those v-bars come into their own in heavy snow and on ice, and that's why I bought them. I have to leave very early to work, often before the plows/sanders come through and these things are going to make those mornings a whole lot less stressful. The second time I put them on it took me about 20 minutes. I think I can easily do it in 15 or less once I get it down a little more. Make sure you buy the stretchers, and the former reviewer was correct, it does take some muscle to stretch those things the first time. AND, if your chains fit like mine and you have the excess chain, remember to figure out some sort of tie-downs to keep the tags from flopping around as you drive. Like anything of this nature, there's a learning curve, but it's all good. They seem overbuilt and I don't have much worry about them lasting... they look VERY tough.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By harley dude on February 6, 2012
Model: QG2821 Verified Purchase
Great chains and great price.We have had a lot of freezing rain in central Maine this year.These chains did the job on the back roads going to work in the woods.Get the chain tighteners also sold by Amazon.Security Chain Company QG20074 Quik Grip Light Truck Traction Chain Rubber Tightener - Set of 2.These work a lot better than messing with bungee cords.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By helodriver20 on December 19, 2012
Model: QG2828 Verified Purchase
What can you say about chains... I like the SCC V Bar chains as they are far superior on ice than traditional links. They also give you a little more life out of your chains, as they have to wear down the V Bar first before getting to the chain.
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