Traction Aid Installation and Warranty 2017-09-29T14:10:53+00:00

INSTALLATION

INSTALLATION

INSTRUCTIONS & WARRANTY

TruckClaws™ Traction Aid Installation & Warranty

TruckClaws Commercial and TruckClaws II are safest and most effective when used within the guidelines of our traction aid installation instructions and warranty. Always read them thoroughly prior to use. This information will be included with your kit but is also available for download on this page. We also recommend that you familiarize yourself with the use of our products by viewing the videos below to make sure you understand how to safely get your truck out of snow, ice, mud and sand.

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Traction Aid Installation Made Easy

Unlike other traction aids on the market, TruckClaws™ and TruckClaws II™ are simple and quick to install. Having TruckClaws™ in your vehicle will eliminate the frustration of having to install tire chains or finding something strong enough to connect a winch while stuck. All TruckClaws™ products are designed to be used to get you unstuck from snow, mud, ice and sand conditions and back on your way. A TruckClaws™ kit should be standard equipment along with your other safety equipment, (Flairs, Flashlight, Spare Tire, Jack etc.). This video will show you the simplicity behind installing TruckClaws™ products. We Get Your Truck Unstuck!

How to get your truck out of snow, ice, mud and sand

The TruckClaws™ tire traction aid has many uses and can be used by installing multiple kits on your truck depending on your situation.  We also sell  TruckClaws II Extender Bar combo kits as shown in this video to add more traction for your lighter trucks in tough situations. While most typical situations only require one claw on each side of the drive axle of your vehicle, in extreme conditions and for off-road enthusiasts two claws can be strapped to each wheel of the drive axle and you can install them on your front tires of a 4 wheel drive vehicle.  Already bought a TCII kit but don’t have the extender bars? That’s ok you can also purchase our accessory kit of Extender Bars to add on that additional 10″ of traction outside of your tire. Just remember, you should never install the extender bars on the front wheels of your vehicle as turning the wheel could cause clearance issues with your wheel well. Please enjoy this video that will go over the various ways you can use your TruckClaws™ II.