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Putting on the chains

Discussion in 'Storm Pictures' started by kubota00, Dec 20, 2007.

  1. kubota00

    kubota00 Junior Member
    Messages: 14

    Putting on the chains. These tires are for bad on snow particularly off road plowing this tractor plows mostly gravel roads. These chains weigh about 80 pounds each, so I roll the chain over the top of the tire, hook the inside first. I use the rope to hold the inside chain against the tire when I move the tire around. The stabilizers make good jacks





  2. TEX

    TEX Senior Member
    Messages: 606

    seems like you have that down pretty good. thanks for the pics
  3. ameyerman

    ameyerman Senior Member
    Messages: 118

    awsome setup. what's up with the yellow paint on the western? like it cool. prsport

    BETHELSKIER Senior Member
    Messages: 117

    Nice tractor, looks like you have some snow up there!
  5. kubota00

    kubota00 Junior Member
    Messages: 14


    You have a good eye, the Western is Mass. Pike yellow. I found the place the Turnpike. gets their plow basted and painted and just put mine in the pile. The price was right

  6. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    I saw this pic a while back and thought it was great. Whats wrong here?

    Last edited: Dec 21, 2007
  7. cet

    cet PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,257

    Rear wheel drive car????????
  8. NBI Lawn

    NBI Lawn PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,797

    That was an easy one, but apparently not obvious, atleast two people think its FWD
  9. fans

    fans Junior Member
    Messages: 22

    Interestingly enough

    The rescue squad where I used to live put chains on the front wheels of the Ford Econoline Van ambulances they had. Seems there was enough weight in the back with all the equipment that there wasn't a lack of traction on the drives, but a lack of steering control on the front. Seemed to work for them.

    For these folks however, if they have the sense to be able to put on chains you'd think they would know it's RWD. Maybe they thought the same as the rescue squad.
  10. TurbDies2500

    TurbDies2500 Senior Member
    Messages: 188

    pretty sweet setup.