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Best-Grip screw in studs for all tyres and rubber tracks

Whether it is for work, play or competition Best-Grip have a stud to suit and you can both install the studs quickly and easily yourself and also vary the number and type of studs to suit the conditions. When conditions improve the studs can be equally swiftly removed to be reused as and when required.

Unlike clumsy snow chains or snow socks the installation of these lightweight screw-in studs evenly around the circumference of the tyres allows far higher speeds to be achieved and vibration is minimal. Re-balancing the tyres is therefore not generally necessary. As always speeds should be in line with prevailing conditions and the studs will have a lesser adhesion to hard surfaces such as concrete or tarmac.

Call on 0141 611 5010 or email sales@supatracks.com for Best-Grip details.

See below for help choosing your studs.

In order to determine the correct studs for your application the first thing to do is to measure your tread depth with a tread gauge or a matchstick and choose the depth here:

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£0.75£0.84 inc. VAT

Best-Grip screw in studs for all tyres and rubber tracks

Whether it is for work, play or competition Best-Grip have a stud to suit and you can both install the studs quickly and easily yourself and also vary the number and type of studs to suit the conditions. When conditions improve the studs can be equally swiftly removed to be reused as and when required.

Unlike clumsy snow chains or snow socks the installation of these lightweight screw-in studs evenly around the circumference of the tyres allows far higher speeds to be achieved and vibration is minimal. Re-balancing the tyres is therefore not generally necessary. As always speeds should be in line with prevailing conditions and the studs will have a lesser adhesion to hard surfaces such as concrete or tarmac.

Call on 0141 611 5010 or email sales@supatracks.com for Best-Grip details.

See below for help choosing your studs.

In order to determine the correct studs for your application the first thing to do is to measure your tread depth with a tread gauge or a matchstick and choose the depth here: