tire traction devices

Asked by Nov 06, 2008 at 06:26 PM about the Honda Pilot

Question type: General

2004 honda pilot w/vtm-4...do you still need 'chains' in snowy conditions when 'chains are
required'???  And if you do what tires get the chains??

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You do not need chains. They are pretty dangerous as well. If you live in an area that gets a signifigant amount of snowfall I would look into buying a cheap set of wheels and having snow tire put on them and run those during the winter months. Or you could just get a set of more agressive tires. Cooper SSTs are nice.

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