Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: Near Colorado Springs
If you're cheap you could just screw sheet metal screws into the lugs, make sure they aren't longer than the lugs or you could have flat tires (unless you put some slime in them...).
My blower has what kind of looks like old style military type tires with lugs perpendicular to travel, they already had two holes per lug and I probably could have fired some carbide tipped studs meant for vehicle tires in there but sheet metal screws were cheaper and easily removed/replaced. Definitely helps get traction on ice and packed snow, just a little more of a pain to move on concrete if you don't want to chance scratching the floor, I usually just pick up the blower and pivot on the bucket vs tires if I have the screws in.