THEN, ooops! Tire too close to fender mounts and chassis, no way gonna go on there! Lite comes on! I have Adjustable wheels, Duh! So, took them off, switched sides and had wheel turned out then. LOTS of room there now, wider, but room. So looped one of them up and around, when pretty good with wheel rolling on a jack. They went way over sides, so probly fit other widths easy. Had about 4 links left over once pulled up to connect. Was gonna wack off the links, but decided to leave on and just link them back. Who knows, might want those in a future time or diff tractor! Got out the heavy rubber tensioners and one had four hooks. Installed that good. When did other one it had six hooks, so took one off and made 5 for each side, better. That rubber is about a 1/2" diameter, has good pull, yet could pull enough to get them on fine. NEAT! Now, one set hits the fender lip on one side. Why not other?? SO, bent that up a bit with board, don't like the looks, but will work for now. At least was better than the total mount rebuild going thru my mind when first looking at mounting the chains. Took it out for strole. Bumpity, Bumpity on the road. Grass even some rough, but no hitting on anything. Looks like links are gonna stay on top of lugs just fine. Can hear the concrete drive crying already though! Tearing up the gravel, fun time! Couple more bigger weights and the weight of those chains and I don't see I should have any trouble going thru snow this winter, shall see. My luck, won't be much snow and it will be sitting and rusting in garage, laughing at me all winter!
Edited by glgrumpy, October 26, 2016 - 06:44 PM.