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I have a set of V chains but I haven't used them in snow yet. I have used them in dirt a little and they seem nasty.
 

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I have them for a 2305 CUT, they are amazing but do not use them on a paved driveway.....they will rip pavement in seconds
 

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Regular twist chain is better for pavement, like Picframer said, the V one will destroy any kind of concrete or asphalt pavement.
 

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Regular twist chain is better for pavement, like Picframer said, the V one will destroy any kind of concrete or asphalt pavement.
Ask me how I know this.

Regular twist are better for your drive.

Two link spacing, and as you notice, tirechains.com has pretty good prices.
 

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Thanks guys for the replies:trink40:
I do have a cement drive, but it is got very good, in other words, a few scratches wouldn't hurt it:biglaugh:
 

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I have been using 2-link twist for years and love them. I have a concrete driveway and just try to spin the tires as little as possible so I don't have any issues. So far so good.
 
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