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Old 09-25-2017, 04:14 AM   #9
556mike
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Originally Posted by Whirnot View Post
Don't you love folks that feel the need to give a Smart A$$ answer and are no help at all?

An opinion, Cable chains are less expensive, easy to install, but if you need them they are not that great, and wear fast. I prefer standard old fashion snow chains. If you need then they will work. Some states, including Oregon and Colorado have chain laws that state they have to be carried on certain roads and certain time of the year.

Not familiar with Standard Jack, and can't find anything online about them.


Thank you. The Anderson Jack (as I understand it) is a plastic wedge that goes under the inside dually and when driven over raises the outside dually for ease of installing chains.
I take your advice that a regular set of chains are better and not that much more $ than the Z6. Remaining part of question: is there adequate clearance for regular chains
Thanks again
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