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... Thinking of the coming snow. I came across two sets of tire chains for garden tractors. these are used, but price was right! I spent some time searching the web and the club for where to find links and stuff to spiffy up the chains. Found this gem during my search here... http://www.tirechains.com/ Thought I'd pass this along for anyone interested. Steve

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Steve The 2 link chains with the corks or cross link reinforcement are best. You should be able to find cross chains at any good auto parts store. Two link are with cross chains every 2 links in the side chain. Four link are cross chains every fourth link on the side chain. This & $1.00 might get you a small Coffee Maynard aka/UCD

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