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  • Snow traction device section added to page 151 including indication that you shouldn’t use chains/cables on the 20” tires, but “textile-based” devices can be used
First, thanks for the change log!

Second, is this normal for AT tires? I am fortunate to live in a mostly fair-weather area -- this weekend, we're expecting 1-3" of snow and I will not be on the road at all because it'll be a nightmare.
 

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First, thanks for the change log!

Second, is this normal for AT tires? I am fortunate to live in a mostly fair-weather area -- this weekend, we're expecting 1-3" of snow and I will not be on the road at all because it'll be a nightmare.
It is likely a clearance issue. Chains or other such devices are only required for passenger vehicles in places with antiquated winter tire rules 😬
 

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It is likely a clearance issue. Chains or other such devices are only required for passenger vehicles in places with antiquated winter tire rules 😬
meaning they don't have winter tire rules? lol
 

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It is likely a clearance issue. Chains or other such devices are only required for passenger vehicles in places with antiquated winter tire rules 😬
Hmm, long ago they would be required to transit Cajon pass in SoCal when it was icy.
 

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