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  • Maxigrip Tire Studs HM18
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  • Maxi grip ice studs HM18 in their packaging
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Maxigrip Ice Studs HM18

0.71 LBS
Ships within 1 business day.

Product Description


The Maxigrip ice stud HM-18 has a durable 3.4mm [1/8in] carbide tip/core and a hardened, galvanized screw with robust coarse threads to maintain the tire stud in place in all conditions.

The Maxigrip ice stud HM-18 is 18mm [3/4in] in total length. The recommended minimum tire tread depth is 17mm [21/32in].

Maxigrip carbide tire studs HM-18 are intended for tractor, ATV, snow scooter, snowmobile, loader and forklift. The Maxigrip ice studs HM-18 is also suitable for a wide variety of tracked vehicle.

The Maxigrip studs HM18 are sold in box of  1000, 200 or 100 studs to meet all of your needs.  Please note that a Maxigrip installation tool is included in each box.

Please refer to this chart for guidance on the number of studs required:

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Product Reviews

  1. Huge Improvement 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Jan 2018

    Installed on my 580 Case backhoe. Made a huge difference in the traction. Have no problem getting up the hill on my driveway now. Easy to install too.

  2. Noticeable difference 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Feb 2017

    Studs seem to work good, installed in the tracks of a case 420 ct,machine does not spin as much and stops without sliding.

  3. lasthFarm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Mar 2015

    They worked great as i'm on a side hill and its always icy, should use 5 to 6 studs per tire back only as they will wear the front due the constant spinning. I used them on a 70 hp LS.

  4. Remarkable 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Feb 2014

    Feeding round bales on this years ice was very frustating until we installed the studs, now it's no problem

  5. Perfect 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Mar 2013

    I have a tractor with turf tires and now I don't have to manhandle chains no more. I also plan to leave on all year. I have a hill in our driveway that is no problem to come up with the ice studs now.

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