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Old 03-07-2015, 09:45 AM   #29
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Has anyone heard of Snow Socks?: Autosock

Seems like this might be a viable option for additional traction without the risk of doing harm to the wheel well. My question is whether they are just needed on two of the four rear tires to be effective?

It looks like these are the right size for the LT215/85 R16 tires on the Interstate:
Amazon.com: AutoSock AS698 Winter Traction Device: Automotive
Big trucks often chain up rear out side tires only.
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