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  1. General Discussion
    Hello, Recently purchased a 2017 LT Hatchback, tires are 205 / 55 R16. On one Google search I found a Cruze manual that says WARNING Do not use tire chains. There is not enough clearance. Tire chains used on a vehicle without the proper amount of clearance can cause damage to the brakes...
  2. Buy/Sell Classifieds
    I had a 2012 Cruze Eco. Not all chains will fit on the Cruze because of the tight clearances, but these chains work great and they are easy to take on and off. They are $85 new on Amazon. I'm selling them for $25 plus shipping. They are a little rusty, but in great shape with no broken...
    It’s been a while since our last free part giveaway... Did you miss our weekly draws? Just in time for the Groundhog Day, we’re raffling off a pair of THULE® - CL-10 Tire Chains so that you can be fully prepped to winter’s final scheme against the drivers. To enter, follow us on Google+...
    We're excited to announce that we're now offering Thule snow tire chains at CARiD. They both work and look great in winter tricky weather conditions. With these chains you'll get improved safety and handling no matter how hard the snow is. Thule is a worldwide known brand to offer premium...
  5. General Discussion
    Hey all! I don't know where I saw this but I thought it was pretty cool. It may have even been on this forum so if it was I apologize to the original poster. Anyway the website is I went on the website and they have several to choose from so I bought one! Pretty **** cool...
  6. Gen1 Wheels, Tires, Brakes, & Suspension
    I want to take my cruze eco up to the mountain, but traction devices are required. I don't have the money to drop on snow tires and rims, so I wanted to get an idea if the cruze can even handle chains/cables and how they work out for you guys. Thanks
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