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Security Chain Company SC1034 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain - Set of 2

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SC1034
  • Requires low operating space around drive tires
  • Low weight facilitates simple mounting and removal
  • Improves starting, stopping and cornering performance
  • Constructed from stainless steel and are highly durable
  • Ensures smooth ride
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Security Chain Company SC1034 Radial Chain Cable Traction Tire Chain - Set of 2 + Glacier Chains Rubber Adjuster for Passenger Tire Chains + Security Chain Company QG20070 Quik Grip Passenger Vehicle Traction Chain Rubber Tightener - Set of 2
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Product Information

Size: SC1034
Technical Details
BrandSCC
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions13.7 x 7.9 x 4.6 inches
Item model numberSC1034
Manufacturer Part NumberSC1034
  
Technical Specification
Additional Information
ASINB000OAX7XI
Best Sellers Rank #91,417 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Safety Information
Pre-fit chains before actual use. Do not exceed 30MPH

Product Description

Size: SC1034

SCC Radial Chains can be installed in minutes and removed easily in snow or ice. This product has an all-metal fastening system with low operating space requirements around drive tires. It also features low operating weight with long service life and a smooth ride for comfort. This is SCC's most economical cable chain product.

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Customer Reviews

It works well and is reasonably easy to install.
Kenneth C. Beaudrie
I was lucky I was able to get back home safely without getting stuck in the middle of the mountain!!
G. CRISTERNA
Next time I take the trip, I will know if the "used chains" fit and work as well as "new chains".
Praveen Jaini

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

191 of 194 people found the following review helpful By H. Ho on February 2, 2010
Size Name: SC1032 Verified Purchase
For the price that these were going for, I should really give it 4 stars, but its about the product and not the price. These chains will work well enough for a decent amount of snow and has never steered me wrong. They take some effort putting them on and taking them off. They are safe on your tires and I've never had a problem with them rubbing and they are still lasting after two trips to the snow (yeah, it hasn't been that many times) But for 24$ a set, using them twice already paid for itself.

I do want to make a suggestion though. Put them on at home. Figure out how many links it takes to secure the inner part of the chains to have it seat properly. Once you know this, when you install them in the snow, just hook up the inner side of the chains the same amount of links. Drive forward a little and link the outside. If you've done it properly, your chains should be tight enough without having to constantly check if they need to be tightened.
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168 of 172 people found the following review helpful By Emmanuel Ruvalcaba on January 20, 2009
Size Name: SC1032 Verified Purchase
So I got some of these from the local Napa, They were great. Paid 2x what Amazon charges. They are amazing in snow. I drive a low provile BMW 3 series. It cannot handle 3 inches of snow on my street tires. With these chains I was pushing thru ice and 8 inches of snow like it was the race track. Only problem I had with them is even stay under 30mph on bare road, they wore out rather quickly. I need these to get in and out of the side streets I live on, but the main roads are generally clear. They did last about 5 weeks of daily use, then they pretty much fell apart. After you lose 1 link, you might as well junk em, as the rest will go rather shortly. I'm buying my second set now. At this price I'll buy em every 5 weeks if I have to. (BTW i'm a Cali boy, and i got moved to Eire, PA so you can an idea of my problem)

Update Jan 2012:
As I mentioned before, at this low cost, the chains were a pretty good option. At 5 weeks they took on about 500 miles or so before wearing out. Because of the low ride height and upgraded 17" rims, snow tires are way more expensive than what I could afford. This year I did end up getting real snow tires thru the military exchange on credit, but i paid $800 plus $80 to have them installed. While the snow tires handle great, the chains are an amazing option for anyone on a tight budget. I also found that if you make sure to tighten the chains very tight, they don't wear out as fast.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Nadar on December 21, 2010
Size Name: SC1030 Verified Purchase
Used for Honda Civic 4dr 2008 LX

We had planned our trip to South Lake Tahoe in December, so we were pretty sure that we will need a tire chain for my Honda Civic.

It was not easy to find a tire chain model for my car first, then I realised that I had to look up using the tire dimension.

I also read the can manual and the book suggested a model that I could not find anywhere. Luckly I found a pdf document at Honda that suggested to use SC1030 for Honda Civic 2008 LX.

I ordered and practised it once before starting my trip. The first trial was very easy, It took me like 3 min (or less than that) to put it on one tire.

During the real usage, when I had to put on the tire chains while it was raining (cold rain) and at night. Things was not too easy and I had forgot to take a torch light with me. It took me a bit longer than usual but it was not too difficult. Just follow the instructions as per the video from the manufacturer.

I put 2 notch on the inside and 3 notch on the outside. Someone adviced me that it is better to have one notch higher on the outside so that the chain does not slip over and go inside and get tangled with the axle. But when the chain was new, I could only manage one notch on both sides, and believe me this is too short... if you drive a little bit the chains will be become ultra loose and it will easily slip. So drive a little bit like 50 feet slowly and then adjust it again.
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63 of 73 people found the following review helpful By J. Wang on April 6, 2011
Size Name: SC1034 Verified Purchase
I bought these chains in preparation for my trip to Lake Tahoe. It snowed all week prior and even during our stay there, and the chains worked just fine on my Nissan Altima.

My only complaint is that the chains were hard to get tight. I'll admit this is my first time putting chains on my car. I did a trial run before my trip and put them on in a parking lot in front of my apartment. The concept seemed simple enough and indeed it was easy to put them off and take them off according to the video and paper instructions. Once I was on the mountain and pulled over in the chain control area, I did exactly the same thing as I had practiced. Got them on in a few minutes and then got back in my car. When I stepped on the gas, my tires seemed to spin for a bit until my car actually got moving. I thought this might have been normal since it was my first time. But it was stop and go traffic all the way until the actual officer checked each car, and each time I stopped and started again my tires would slip. It just didn't feel right. I asked the officer if my chains were on properly. He gave them a tug and said they were still too lose and I had to pull over to tighten them. THIS was the hard part. In my practice I had managed to get 2 bushings through the hole, and it took me a good 15 minutes on the side of the road to wrestle around and get that third bushing through to tighten everything up. Once I managed to figure out the trick, it wasn't that difficult though.

My recommendation is that these are good for basic chains, but can be tricky to put on or take off for non-experienced people. For putting them on make sure you get the inside of the tire tight (really tight) first, before you do the outside of the tire. For taking them off, make sure your tire is not resting on top of any of the cables, or else you won't be able to pull to get enough slack to loosen the bushings out of the slot.
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