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Ice Studs for Excavator USA

Get the best ice studs for excavator to experience better stability and strong traction in the harshest road and off-road conditions during winter.

When operating heavy machinery like an excavator during the winter season, having strong adapted ice studs on your excavator is a necessity. Winter excavator tire studs will help prevent slippage on ice and snow allowing you to safely and efficiently manage even the iciest pavement when working. Winter studs for excavator have a high quality hardened galvanized steel stud with a welded tungsten carbide head and a galvanized steel shoulder that will prevent any further penetration in your tire. Also, all our excavator tire screws have a welded carbide head to prevent losing it when too much pressure is applied on the tire during traction. Finally, excavator tire screws have this unique wide auger design and its sturdy tungsten carbide shaft that delivers ultimate traction so you can finish the job in no time.

IGrip tire studs for excavator diverse auger depths work with any sized tire and varying prominences for operating on snow, ice, hard soil, and mud during winter. All our excavator tire screws come in a many sizes (15-40mm) and units (100 to 1000 pieces per box), and are suitable for most models and popular brands of excavators.

Since 2009, IGrip Store has been the official manufacturer and retailer for iGrip excavator ice studs. Our company manufactures, sells, and distributes winter ice screws adapted for excavators and mini-excavators all across the United States. With any $250 purchase, you get free, fast shipping everywhere in the USA.

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Do you have any questions regarding our ice studs for excavators? Have you been searching for a specific type of ice studs without any luck? We invite you to contact us today! Our professional team will be pleased to provide you with all the information you need.

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