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Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair

Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair

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Tire Chains PWE2441S - Steel Square Link - Pewag
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  • Pewag
  • Chains - Ladder
  • Steel Square Link
  • Manual
  • Drive On and Connect
  • No Rim Protection
  • Not Class S Compatible
  • On Road or Off Road
  • No Quick Release
Ideal for extreme environments, these nickel manganese alloy steel chains are durable and reliable enough for off-road use. Great in snow, ice and mud. Lowest Prices for the best tire chains from Pewag. Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair part number PWE2441S can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.


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Pewag Tire Chains - PWE2441S

Ideal for extreme environments, these nickel manganese alloy steel chains are durable and reliable enough for off-road use. Great in snow, ice and mud.


Features:

  • Nickel manganese alloy steel construction is durable and rust resistant
  • Square, 8.2-mm-thick links provide superior strength and grip, especially on snow, ice or mud
  • Unique case hardening process reinforces construction
  • Cross chains offer 32 percent more traction - even off road - than comparable models
  • Tire chains stay taut - no levers or cams to come undone when you are reversing or navigating rough terrain


Specs:

  • Fits: 15" - 22-1/2" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Quantity: 2 chains
  • 90-Day warranty



How to Choose Snow Chains for Your Vehicle

To choose the right snow chain, you must match your tire size. Those measurements can be found on the side of your tire, as shown below.

Tire size on sidewall

185/60-15

  1. (185) - indicates tire width in millimeters
  2. (60) - gives you the aspect ratio (sidewall height as percentage of width)
  3. (15) - denotes the diameter of the wheel rim in inches





E 2441 S Pewag All Square Mud Chains - 15" - 22-1/2" Tires

Replaces E2441S






These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 10x15
  • 11x15
  • 215x16
  • 225/70-22.5
  • 235/75-22.5
  • 235/80-22.5
  • 245/70-22.5
  • 245/75-22.5
  • 245/80-22.5
  • 245/85-15
  • 255/70-22.5
  • 265/70-16
  • 265/75-17
  • 265/85-17
  • 285/60-22.5
  • 285/75-18
  • 295/65-18
  • 295/70-18
  • 305/70-16
  • 305/70-17
  • 305/70-18
  • 305/70-19.5
  • 315/60-18
  • 315/70-16
  • 315/70-17
  • 315/75-16
  • 325/50-18
  • 325/60-18
  • 325/60-20
  • 325/65-18
  • 325/70-17
  • 33x12.5-18
  • 33x13.5-15
  • 33x13.5-16
  • 33x14-15
  • 35x12.5-15
  • 35x12.5-16
  • 35x12.5-17
  • 35x12.5-18
  • 35x12.5-20
  • 35x13.5-15
  • 35x13.5-16
  • 35x13.5-20
  • 7.5x20
  • 8.25x15
  • 8.25x20
  • 8.5x17.5
  • 9x22.5

Video of Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Pewag All Square Mud Service Tire Chains Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the P-wag Mud Service Snow Tire Chains. These are sold as a pair. We have them available in a lot of different sizes for different tire sizes. Check out our fitguide and it'll give you the exact part number that you're going to need for your application. These are a great everyday kind of tire chain offering the mud service and snow. It's an all square design. Each of our seven millimeter wide lengths are going to provide nice biting surface to help grip in that mud, or that snow, or that ice providing excellent grip and traction.

These are constructed of a case-hardened nickel-manganese alloy giving us extremely good durability and corrosion resistance. We'll come over to our heavy duty hooks. These hooks should face away from our tires to prevent any side wall damage. That connects it to the outer chain or side chain which will keep all of our cross chains evenly spaced and prevent them from bunching up. These cross chains are designed to provide up to 32% greater traction than comparable models. You can see here on the bottom we've got a nice lever closure with an attached length to help keep that down. We'll just pull that down right over the top and that's going to be nice and secure.

With any tire chain that doesn't have an automatic adjuster, they do recommend the use of the rubber tensioner. You can see the chains are going to hold really nicely to our tire. We've got great coverage all the way around. When you're ready to install your chain, you just want to get it spread out then grab it about 1/3rd of the way in on each side. We can drape that right up over our tire. You'll want your hooks facing outward. That's going to give us maximum protection for our tire.

We'll want our lever bar to be here on the outside. The first link of our chain, we'll want to be just behind our tire, which that's pretty close. We could move it forward just a little bit. We'll go around to the backside where we can make our first connection. We'll grab our hook side and also our links.

That one link back. Hook on our second one there. For the excess, if you're only going to have it one vehicle, you can cut it off. If you're going to switch between different vehicles or different tire sizes then you can just zip tie it right up out of the way. You just want to prevent it from flipping around while you're heading down the road. Here at the front, we're going to grab our bar. An important thing to note is that you'll want to be within one link of what you used in the back. Since we used the second, we'll have to do the third, the second, or the first here. Let's try the first. That's going to provide a good amount of tension there. As you can see, that attached link hooks right into that bar. That way we want have to worry about it coming undone while we're driving. AS with any tire chain that doesn't have an automatic tensioner, the manufacturer is going to recommend the use of a manual tensioner. This is a rubber tensioner, part number PW105. Evenly space those around and you can see they're going to do a good job of constantly pulling in on that chain. Now what we would want to do is just drive forward 30 or 40 yards. Take another look, make sure that we still have good tension and of course check them periodically during use. That'll complete our look at the P-wag all square mud service snow tire chains.


Customer Reviews

Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair - PWE2441S

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (8 Customer Reviews)

Ideal for extreme environments, these nickel manganese alloy steel chains are durable and reliable enough for off-road use. Great in snow, ice and mud.

- PWE2441S
by:

The best you can get without waiting months for a custom set from pewag. The performance is fantastic when installed correctly. Will last a long time if used as intended. Purchased and used for deep snow/ice. Brain was not included, must supply own brain. 326199



- PWE2441S
by:
Nissan Titan

So far great. I was asked to review 24 hours after receiving. So I can say that I have tried the fit on dry pavement. on my Sportsmobile's LT 315/70/ R17's they fit great. If you have the Aluminess back bumper, all 4 sacks of chains just fit in the bumper storage. I have not driven the 100 yards and re-fitted. I think they might tighten up 1 link. I also bought the Review the Titan Chain Multi-Arm Rubber Tire Chain Adjuster for Light Trucks - 1 Pair - TCMA2. I don't think they will be needed, but I will use anyway. Shipping was really fast and the box they ship in is ergonomic. This is weird to say but you will see what I mean. Note, these chains are about 30-35 lbs a set. If you are buying for a 4 tires, you will be looking at 120 - 140 lbs of chains. 326280



- PWE2441S
by:
2016 Ford Expedition

We wanted these chains for road and off-highway use on our EarthCruiser. Loaded that Fuso-Canter-based expedition vehicle weighs around 12,000 - 13,000 lbs so we needed a heay duty chain. The Pewag PWE2441S chains definitely fit the bill. They are burly chains, but at 32 lbs a chain (64 lbs total) I can still get them on and off the tires relatively simply (I use the drape over technique illustrated in the Etrailer video). Our truck has 315/75R16 tires and these chains fit, but they don't get very far down the sidewall (photo). With our order we purchased the Pewag/Glacier Tensioners listed for 16 - 20 inch wheels. However those tensioners lack enough reach to be used with these chains on this sized tire (photo). We'll be using a set of three or four 14 - 16" rubber straps stretched across the outboard side chains (photo). I found that the chains mounted easily. I drove 200 yards and retightened them after which they seem really secure. I've not had them in snow or on ice yet, so I can't speak to their performance but they certainly dig into our packed & graveled driveway well. Etrailer's service is simply outstanding. I received the chains in less than a week with free shipping. When I had some problems with the optional rubber tensioners, Etrailer's customer service folks were attentive and prompt. I'll definitely be ordering other stuff through them. 155420



- PWE2441S
by:

I haven't used the chains yet but a friend told me about them and said they fit well, etc. Good service and delivery! 156890



- PWE2439S
by:

Review from a similar Pewag All Square Mud Service in Tire Chains


Best I ever owned! 98900



- PWE2435S
by:

Review from a similar Pewag All Square Mud Service in Tire Chains


I was using Glacier Cable Chains, they lasted me a few years so I was happy with them, but I thought I would try some Big Thick Square Link Chains and see how long they will last me. I live in Washington State along the Columbia Gorge and we get Thick Black Ice yearly. Not so much the nice thick snow you get in other parts of the U.S. driving on Black Ice is suicide without chains to stop you and keep you from going sideways down hill. I found these 7MM thick square link chains and thought I would give them a try. I wasn't sure what to expect so I only order one pair because of the high price of the chains. I wanted to see if I thought they would last a little longer than the cable chains. These links are about 3 times as thick as the cable chains and the bite I expect to get from the Square Link is going to be awesome for the next Ice storm we get. Now that I have seen the size and quality of these chains I am saving up to get the second pair. Very Happy. I also bought 2 pair of PW105 Glacier Multi-Arm Rubber Adjusters to go with these chains. 341988



- PWE2439S
by:

Review from a similar Pewag All Square Mud Service in Tire Chains


These chains are awesome, and by far the beefiest ones I have ever installed. They are heavy, like putting a sandbag in the back of a truck. As a chain, the weight will be kept low where the traction is needed and not be up high like a sandbag if the rig starts to go side to side. The cross links are big and thick with square edges that should bite into ice and whatever else they can dig into, including deep mud. If the horsepower is there I think the rig will keep moving forward. My only question is, can an '18 Jeep Wrangler with a 3.6 spin them? For those with turbo diesel engines and lots of torque, these chains were made for you. I will not have any excuse not to provide forestry services because of snow anymore. 583198



- PWE2439S
by:

Review from a similar Pewag All Square Mud Service in Tire Chains


Great sight ,easy ordering, rapid delivery, excellent fit, nice storage bag. American made with old world quality, very heavy duty. (PEWAG) Will use etrailer again. 591546


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  • For your 35x12.5r18 tires, I recommend the Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair, # PWE2441S. These are designed for on or off road use in mud or snow. These chains are made from a durable and rust resistant nickel manganese alloy steel. The links are 8.2mm thick and a square link that will give you superior strength and grip. You will also want some rubber adjusters like # PW99 to keep the chains tight. For a slightly more economical option, I recommend the Pewag...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for Tire Size 35x13.5R20 That Can Be Used Off-Road
  • I have a great set of tire chains that will work well with your tire size of 35x13.5R20 and are designed for off-road use as well, but the Titan chains you mentioned are not a fit for your size. They also aren't ideal for off-road use either. Instead I'd recommend the Pewag Mud Service Chains part # PWE2441S which fit your tire size and were designed for use in mud, snow, and ice so they'd be ideal for you. These are made from nickel manganese alloy steel which means they'll last longer...
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  • Glacier Square Link Tire Chains for Tire Sizes LT325/65R18 and ST235/65R16
  • The two pages I linked for you display the tire chains that fit your LT325/65R18 truck tires and your ST235/65R16 trailer tires. For the ST235/65R16 trailer tires we have Glacier Square Link chains # PWH2329SLC and # PWPLC1142. The latter is an S-Class chain that requires less clearance within the wheel well. If fender clearance is not an issue on the trailer either chain can be used for on-road use only. For the Ford we have square-link chains from Pewag (parent company of Glacier)...
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  • Should 1 or 2 sets of Tire Chains Be Used On Ford F-350 with 35x12.5x18 Tires
  • Tire chains on both the front and back tires will provide more traction than if only one set of chains are installed on either the front or back tires. Sometimes one set of chains will provide enough traction, but two pairs of chains will provide additional traction. Additionally, wider tires do not always do as well in the snow and ice as skinnier tires, so for your wide tires 2 pairs of chains will likely work better for you. The Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Tire Chains # PWE2441S...
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  • Pewag Tire Chain to Fit Tire Sizes 265/70R16 245/75R16 and PWE2221S
  • The Pewag Chains part # PWE2441S are a confirmed fit for the first size you listed of 265/70R16 but that's the only one. The other tire sizes would require different chains. For the size 245/75R16 you would need the part # PWE2221S for the correct size chains for the tire size and then for the 265/70R17 you would need # PWE2439S. Pewag makes great tire chains so all of these would work well for you. You would need to check the owners manual of your vehicle to determine if there...
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  • How Much Clearance is Needed to Install Pewag Mud Service Snow Chains
  • I spoke to my contact at Pewag and he said that their Mud Service chains will add 1-1/2 inches in height to the top of the chains and to the insides of the sidewall. They recommend at least 2 inches of clearance to prevent interference.
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  • Purpose of the Cable w/ Hooks at Each End that Comes with Pewag Chains # PWE2441S
  • I spoke with my contact at Pewag and she informed me that the steel cable with two hooks on the end that you found with your part # PWE2441S is a mounting wire. It is used to help get the chains on. Not everyone needs it, as you can see in our install video I attached it's not totally necessary.
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