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Chains for 28x12x12 Outlaws

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I need chains for my MudPro 700. It has the Outlaw 28x12x12's on it. I live in Alaska and the local dealers are telling me they don't make chains that big. It gets icy so I need chains. Suggestions?



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How about studs on a old set of tires. The outlaws are not the best for ice because they do not have alot of contact with the ground.

For snow try switching sides with the tires so the direction arrow faces backwards. Alot of guys run like this and seem to float on the snow.

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