Peerless Lawn Tractor Rear Tire Chains (18" x 9.5")

Peerless Lawn Tractor Rear Tire Chains (18" x 9.5")
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Features
Features
  • Extra Traction For Deep Snow and Ice
  • Prevents drive wheels from slipping
  • Keep your lawn tractor in the game with extra rear tire grip
  • High Strength Steel Links
  • Digs into snow & ice creating extra traction
  • 4-link spacing
  • Easy To Install
  • Use them when you need them & take them off when you don't
  • Compatible With The Following Lawn Tractors:
  • White Outdoor, Troy-Bilt, Cub Cadet, MTD & other tractors with same tire size
  • Kit Includes 2 Chains
Specifications
Overview
Weight
16 Pounds
UPC
037049945566
Features
Features
  • Extra Traction For Deep Snow and Ice
  • Prevents drive wheels from slipping
  • Keep your lawn tractor in the game with extra rear tire grip
  • High Strength Steel Links
  • Digs into snow & ice creating extra traction
  • 4-link spacing
  • Easy To Install
  • Use them when you need them & take them off when you don't
  • Compatible With The Following Lawn Tractors:
  • White Outdoor, Troy-Bilt, Cub Cadet, MTD & other tractors with same tire size
  • Kit Includes 2 Chains
Specifications
Overview
Weight
16 Pounds
UPC
037049945566
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Specifications
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Weight
16 Pounds
UPC
037049945566
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I have very steep grades to mow. Sometimes the grass is wet. Are chains the answer. I have a middle of the road craftsman with 18x9.50-8 drive tires. Thanks
Bill Penn 
from Missouri 
July 05, 2011
Answer
Bill - chains would be a possible solution, but more than likely you will just end up tearing up your lawn. Riding mowers are typically not designed to work on grades or inclines of greater than 15 to 18 degree of slope. And if the grass is wet, a riding mower is going to be even less effective on a steep grade.
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