X-Treme Grip Tire Chains

By Jennifer McVey | August 8, 2018

From the ice roads of Canada to the Rocky Mountains, in the woods or on the logging roads, in the most demanding traction control situations possible, X-Treme Grip™ Tire Chains provide strength, durability and stability that protects your investment in drivers, equipment and tires.

Available in v-bar, stud, and square link options, Ancra’s X-Treme Grip™ Tire Chains offer unparalleled strength and durability when you are faced with nasty weather conditions such as freezing rain, ice, and snow. V-bar tire chains have a plated silver zinc finish and meant for use in unfavorable highway conditions. Each twist-link cross-chain on these heavy-duty snow chains is outfitted with V-bar studs that bite into the ice for superior traction on frozen roads. Heavy-duty stud tire chains are preferred for off-road applications such as logging and navigating treacherous terrain. Square link tire chains are coated with a protective plated silver zinc finish and should be utilized when highway conditions consist of snow and ice. All X-Treme Grip™ Tire Chains are available in a single or triple chain alternative. V-Bar and studded tire chains are 8mm, the square link tire chains are 7mm. Tire size requirements may vary and repair links are available for every X-Treme Grip® Tire Chain part number.

Ancra X-Treme Grip™ Tire Chains consist of cross-chains and sidewall chains that are constructed of high-strength carbon steel for maximum durability. Each set of chains ship in a reusable storage container with a tensioning tool included. All triples include one chain per pail; two pails make a complete set. Tensioning cams allow for fast installation and quick adjustment. Installation and removal is quick when you follow the seven easy steps provided within the installation guide available in each container.

Driving with Ancra’s X-Treme Grip® Tire Chains helps increase fuel efficiency and traction control on snowy, icy, or rugged surfaces. These chains can stabilize a vehicle in very deep snow, which is why they are still a very viable option when it comes to creating stability in the winter and having the ability to operate a vehicle safely in the most extreme weather conditions.