Possible Solution for Tire Chains to Fit a 2016 Dodge Challenger with 245/45R20 Tires
We just purchased a 2016 Challenger with 245/45R20 99V m s tires. We signed a disclosure that says the vehicle cannot be operated with tire chains but needs another traction device. Would that apply to the Thule self tensioning low profile chains?
asked by: Lisa D
You are in one of those tricky situations where on one had you have to have tire chains to be able to drive in certain areas but the manufacturer of the vehicles states that no tire chains can be used on the vehicle.
Your best option will be the Thule Tire Chains # TH2004205117 as they are Class S compatible which means they require minimal tire clearance and they install easy plus are very durable.
But you basically will have to contact a Mopar dealer in the area where you plan to travel that may require the chains and ask them what they recommend. You may find that they okay you have the chains with you so that you can legally travel in the areas that require them.
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