Pewag Style 14.00-24 Net Pattern Grader Chains; 8mm Alloy Square Link-NSN 2540-01-597-3332AWR #2900-818 • MFR #Pewag4

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
  • Made in Italy by Konig/Thule from European high quality steel.
  • Heat treated 8mm square (high manganese) alloy cross chain
  • Net pattern gives a much smoother ride than standard ladder design.
  • Chains are reversible giving double the wear life.
  • Square cross chains won't slide on ice and give a better bite.
  • Buit-in side rail cinching chain, keeps chains snug on the tire for longer wear.
  • Shipped in two 1/2 pair heavy duty bags at 61 lbs each.
  • Each bag packaged with a sturdy pair of gloves & instructions for installation.
  • New miltary surplus, normal price is $900/pr
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Pewag style European tire chains made by Konig/Thule in Italy. All the high quality heavy equipment tire chains are made in Europe because of the high manganese steel that's available, Pewag, Trygg, Norse, Weissenfels and Konig. The cross chains are square link through- hardened alloy for better traction and extra-long life. Because of the square link design, they don't need v-bars for traction which allows these chains to be flip or reversed for twice the life of regular tire chains!

Company-

Arctic Wire, Rope & Supply focuses on high quality products made in the USA.
We are one of the largest distributors in the Pacific Northwest of Crosby Products, Bridon American Wire Rope, Continental Western Cordage & Rope and Laclede Chain. We have nation-wide shipping options for all products

What We Do-

Arctic Wire Rope and Supply is Alaska's longest established and largest manufacturer of slings, chokers and bridles made of wire rope, cable, nylon web, polyester round and grade 10 chain. We do it all right here in Anchorage and were awarded the Alaskan Manufacturer of the Year in 2006.