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Architectdave

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Farm stores and some hardware stores sell replacement cross links. Count the number links in your cross-links to get the same length. They may even have the tool to install them. It's made like a pair of pliers with a place on the side to spread the old link and the plier part to crimp the new link.
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These folks have the replacement pieces and the tools to rebuild them, though you may find it cheaper just to replace them. Look around the site... http://www.tirechain.com/TireChainCrossChains.htm
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