I did and really didn't find many first hand opinions. Just peoples opinions based on hear say and what they did on previous cars. I would love to know what people have actually used! also most of those threads just lead people to snow tires. Not what im afterSearch and ye shall find.
and plenty more.
This is not quite correct. You MUST carry chains in the car for at least 1 axle when driving in chain control areas in California. From California Department of Transportation website: Chain RequirementsIn California you won't need chains with an AWD vehicle and tires that indicate M&S on the sidewall with good tread.
I called the company about 2 weeks ago and was told they are not legal in California. Too bad.So, has California made tire socks legal yet? That is by far the best solution for an OB - they take minimal room, weigh next to nothing and won't rust. If you do use them, you can throw them in the washing machine after. For a safety item that will in all likelihood never be used, they are ideal.
They were made legal in WA just last spring: ... Washington Legislature OKs tire socks for traction in snow | capitalpress.com
Spokane WA USA
I will drive again to Arizona from Canada sometimes in February and my February 2012 experience is that this is not a joke to drive through the Monida Pass in winter towing a small trailer, so I will chose days when decent weather is forecasted. However, you convinced me that having set of SCC Super Z6 makes perfect sense in my preparations for the trip.I have a set of SCC Super Z6. Easy to put on and include a nice bag. Bought them from Amazon.
I have just received an email from the manufacturer:I will drive again to Arizona from Canada sometimes in February and my February 2012 experience is that this is not a joke to drive through the Monida Pass in winter towing a small trailer, so I will chose days when decent weather is forecasted. However, you convinced me that having set of SCC Super Z6 makes perfect sense in my preparations for the trip.
For my original OB tires (Conti P225/60R17) the
Amazon.com fitment guide shows stock number SZ139 for this tire.
However if I go directly to the manufacturer fitment guide and enter my tire:
SCC Winter traction product application guide
it states stock number SZ143.
I don't want to order incorrect set of SCC Super Z6 and with all the troubles with returning it later.
Do you know which stock number of SCC Super Z6 I should order for OB standard Conti tire P225/60R17?