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Re: Liquid tire chain by General Motors
idaho39 #1432800 Wed Dec 08 2021 06:58 PM
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Just saw this [motorious.com] on the web. Apparently it was an option offered one year (1969) by GM, then evaporated away.


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Re: Liquid tire chain by General Motors
klhansen #1432813 Wed Dec 08 2021 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by klhansen
Just saw this [motorious.com] on the web. Apparently it was an option offered one year (1969) by GM, then evaporated away.
Wow! you got the scoop on all that .. nice fine.. thx for sharing . (just go up to Kevens post above this one and click on the URL and there you go ,,


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Re: Liquid tire chain by General Motors
idaho39 #1432890 Thu Dec 09 2021 02:12 PM
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I was watching a show on Motor Trend Sunday morning and they were promoting tire socks as an alternative to chains. It goes on similar to a car cover with elastic around the perimeter. You slip it over the tire as much as you can, pull up slightly and complete the install. They did not address how you pull up slightly to completed the install if your tire is spinning on the ice. They claim it works by absorbing moisture and they are durable enough to get you home. You don't leave them on for normal driving. They can be thrown in the washing machine and re-used.


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