High Quality tungsten carbide Screw spike ice tire studs with install tool JX180R for Dirt bike /Rear Tire

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Zhuzhou Jinxin is a professional manufactory of tire studs.We can produce all kinds of anti-skid spikes: JX100; JX110; JX120;JX130; JX135; JX140; JX150; JX160; JX170; JX175; JX180, etc.(Details information please check in images) They can be worked on bicycles, scooters, all-terrain vehicles, forklifts, off-road vehicles, cars, loading and unloading trucks, tractors, boots, hiking shoes and working shoes etc.

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Best material
Made of hard metal,super strong and durable in use.
Huge Benefit
It has the low ground pressure and it’s enviromentally with minimum impact.
Quick installation
It is easy to install with certain drill, can match well with vehicle tires.Installation tool is included.
How to choose
Choose appropriate size of new studs in the installation process in terms of the depth of tire thread.
Broadly application
This kind of screws are suitable for most tires and add ultimate off-road capacity to

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Q1. Can you put studs on tires?
A. Some winter tires include pre-molded holes to allow for metal studs. ... Depending on the season and your vehicle's circumstance, Discount Tire is equipped to install these studs for you. Studded tires can damage the road, so some states limit or prohibit their use during non-winter months.

Q2. Do studded tires really work?

A. Studded snow tires literally have metal studs embedded within the tread. These small, strong pieces of metal are designed to dig into ice, which provides added traction. When the driving surface isn't covered in ice, studded tires can damage the road.

Q3. Are studded snow tires better?
A. Studless snow tires work well on slush and packed snow. ... Studded tires provide the best traction you can get, even when you're encountering ice. Studs are lightweight pins that are arrayed across the tread. Like claws on a snowshoe, they dig into slick surfaces.

Q4. How many studs should be in a tire?
A. Typically 80 to 100 studs per tire are inserted into holes molded in the tire's tread design.

Q5. Can you pull studs out of snow tires?
A. It can be accomplished by lubricating the studs (best to make use of the same tire lube used to mount tires, since other lubricants may actually harm the rubber) on an inflated tire, grabbing the top of each stud with a pair of pliers, and twisting as you pull the stud out.

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