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:
Posted by Darren Simms on 17th Feb 2017
We are using this product in our front end loaders and they are working great for traction on our icy conditions. The product was easy to install and never took very long to install. I will definitely continue to use this product
Posted by David L Byron on 7th Nov 2016
I use these studs on my Loader Tractor to plow snow in my driveway. My driveway is 1200 ft long and is up hill all the way. These studs dig in on snow and ice so I don't slip when I have a full bucket of snow. I have used them for the past 3 years and have added new ones for this year.
Posted by Ralph Copp on 18th Nov 2014
Last year I installed Maxigrip studs on my front tractor tires to give me improved stability and traction on ice. I live in a hilly area and they made for safer driving and better traction on steep hills when ploughing and blowing snow. I left them in all summer and not one has fallen out. This year I am installing them on my rear tires as well, they are a great alternative to chains. The newer tractors do not have much clearance to use chains and the studs are better when you have to drive on the roads. They are very easy to install and the delivery time is excellent.
Posted by William Hutcheson on 14th Jan 2014
works great on ice - easy install took about 30 min - cost is high
Posted by Ralph Copp on 28th Dec 2012
I purchased the HM18 studs for my rear tires of my 7010 LS tractor but decided to install them on the front tires. The area I live in (New Brunswick, Canada)is very hilly and can get very icy conditions. Not being able to steer can be very dangerous and the studs takes that risk away. I recommend the studs for that reason alone. My plans will be to order longer studs for the rear to improve traction all around.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Sep 2010
Works like charm