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Old 03 Dec 2013, 06:12 pm
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So I've searched the forum and I'm still a little confused about weather or not I
should use cable chains with my PT. Snow tires are not really within my budget
as of right now but since the snow and ice are here I need something to get by. I bought a set of cable chains that fit the tires on the Cruiser (195/55R15) but I'm still confused as to weather or not I should crack them open or if I'm just wasting money because they won't work. The owners manual
says not to use chains but does not mention cables.
In the past I've always just used traditional tire chains so I'm new to the whole
cable chain thing. Anyone successfully use cables on your PT? Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Old 04 Dec 2013, 10:12 pm
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195/55 15's?

I think that's an undersize. I recall my PT Owners manual saying you could use chains on a named undersize. 2001.
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