Matt's snow chains

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Matt wrote..
I can get spare PEWAG bits and I would guess the rubber tensioning bit would be about =A312.00. But these should all be made to withstand the cold so they should not break due to temperature changes. Obviously if you scrape them against a rock they my well snap!
However, if this were to happen I'm sure you could use some knicker elastic or something similar to get home. Make sure your wife is with you!
SNIP
Thanks for your care Matt. When you eventually have to order some in,
please let me know and put me down for a couple and I will give you a UK
address to send them to.
Accept your comment on the quality, mebbe we have poor quality tensioners,
though the chain's quality is generally very good. Always a problem with
unbranded goods I guess, but hell, those chains are earning their keep this
past week.
Only problem with the elastic bit is that my missus is not always with me.
Though come to think of it, I usually take a very nice young interpreter
with me most days....hmmmmm.
Cheers
Jon
'92 HZJ80 ex UN surplus in Bosnia - where work prevents me getting home
every day to keep-up-to-date with events :-X
 
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ok Jon. Thanks.
Cheers,
Matt
Derbyshire, UK. 6 deg C at the moment.
----- Original Message -----
From: toy80
To: [Email address removed]
Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 6:58 PM
Subject: RE: [ELCO] Matt's snow chains
Matt wrote..
I can get spare PEWAG bits and I would guess the rubber =3D
tensioning bit would be about =3DA312.00. But these should all be made to =3D
withstand the cold so they should not break due to temperature changes. =3D
Obviously if you scrape them against a rock they my well snap!
However, if this were to happen I'm sure you could use some knicker =3D
elastic or something similar to get home. Make sure your wife is with =3D
you!
SNIP
Thanks for your care Matt. When you eventually have to order some in,
please let me know and put me down for a couple and I will give you a UK
address to send them to.
Accept your comment on the quality, mebbe we have poor quality tensioners,
though the chain's quality is generally very good. Always a problem with
unbranded goods I guess, but hell, those chains are earning their keep this
past week.
Only problem with the elastic bit is that my missus is not always with me.
Though come to think of it, I usually take a very nice young interpreter
with me most days....hmmmmm.
Cheers
Jon
'92 HZJ80 ex UN surplus in Bosnia - where work prevents me getting home
every day to keep-up-to-date with events :-X
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