Shopping Cart Shopping Cart - 0 item(s) / Total: $0
  Tire Chain Products
Passenger Car  
Light Truck, SUV  
Heavy Truck  
ATV Tire Chains  
Snow Blowers , Small Tractor  
Large Tractor  
Skid Steer  
Loader, Grader  
Forestry, Skidder  
Parts and Accessories  
  Screw In Tire Studs (S.I.T.S.)
Home†>†Screw In Tire Studs (S.I.T.S.)
35mm Screw In Tire Stud [Box of 250]
35mm Screw In Tire Stud [Box of 250]
Item Id: SITS-35-250 review

Starting Price:
Email a friend
Write a Review

This box of 35mm Screw In Tire Studs is meant for use on Tractors and Loaders. Please read the warning below before applying these studs to your tires. CanadianChains.ca is not responsible for damage that might occur due to improper installation or use.

  • SITS come in various lengths that are inserted into the raised tread of a tire, leaving the head of the stud slightly protruding, thus providing traction with the driving surface.
  • Best for applications where a little extra traction is required (NOT for aggressive, off-road applications.)
  • Ideal for forklifts, loaders and other vehicles that may be going back and forth from icy to normal conditions. (SITS are NOT for highway use.)
  • Install and remove easily with a drill or driver and a special attachment tool that is included with each box of studs.
  • Designed to be installed and removed as conditions require. The studs can be reused year after year.
  • The studs leaves a minimal mark in the rubber.

You will need 34mm of tread depth minimum for these to work. 

********** IMPORTANT **********

Before undergoing full installation, ALWAYS TEST FIT ONE STUD by completely driving it into the raised tire tread and then removing it. Next, spray stud hole with soapy water to check for air leak. If leaking, use a smaller stud. If many oversize studs are installed without following this procedure, it may damage the tire beyond repair.
 Customer Reviews Average Rating review  
Great shipping and easy installation
  Iím going to use these 35mm SITS on my skid steer tracks, my driveway is almost a km long on a steep grade Iíve tried other types of ice lugs that wore out in one season, Iím hopeful these will last until next spring, and if there is any left on the tracks I can remove them for next winter, I have installed six as a test so far on hard ground and they havenít pulled out, so thatís a good indicator they should stay in on snow and ice.
  Reviewed by:  William Piercey from Bairdsville NB. on 10/2/2017