I put the blade on the Deere yesterday, even outside the garage, in partial darkness! I have a front bumper which comes off and then a frame goes on same area that blade kinda quick-taches to. I could leave that on if I didn't want the bumper, but that bumper has saved the hood many times. It is quite a ritual to change. Anyway, that all went pretty good, then the chains turn. As small as these things are, and that goofy hard to use lock clip, and tires that don't get smaller even with all the air out, sure is a PIA!! I hate chains. Those big ones on my PK went right on and had big clip to lock on. These are very hard to pull enough to make clips lock and need three hands and two tools to work them. I NOW have just those little chain links that have threaded side to open/close on them, the heck with those cheapy lock things. Seems they got rid of the good lock clips years ago, and I haven't been able to find them anymore. A step backwards! Cheapening up the product is not too neat. Anyway, got them on finally, aired up again and off to the garage. Had to slip off the rear suitcase weights to get into garage enough to close door. I have other tractors in there that won't move till spring, and NO more room to move them too. SO, each time I get out the Deere, gotta slip those wieghts back on, so be it. There, done ranting!