Tire chains for front axle

   / Tire chains for front axle #21  
Hate to ask but what did they cost you I have same size front tires on my Kubota thanks
 
   / Tire chains for front axle #23  
Ok not bad I have the double o ring for the back I have R4 tires and I'm Farley new to 4wd tractors and when I bought it the gentleman I got it from suggested chains for snow removal I thought he was kidding he had a set of the double 0 ring well last year first snow came tractor did great but then every thing froze in and we got a base was nice for plowing but tractor did horrible slid and spun all around thankfully I called the gentleman I bought it from he still had the chains his new tractor had different size tires went and got them put on the same day wow what a difference I use a back blade and FEL even in just 2wd but I was thinking I did have trouble steering not really for traction but control these look awsome for both thanks I do believe I'm gonna get a set I also have a couple ponds and have small sediment ponds or dams above each and when we have a dry summer I like to clean out silt theses on the front would really help thanks again! LOOK good also!!!
 
   / Tire chains for front axle #24  
I thought that may have been where you got yours. The pics on their website don't do them justice.

So far I really like them. I tried the tractor up a hill with snow on it and it did good. I also tried turning the tractor and it turned like it was on dry ground unlike the BX with ladder chains that pushes the front end.

Snow is probably over with for us espically since I got the tractors all chained up now. I may get different chains for the rear. I'll update the next time it snows.

Another thing I like about these chains is they are easier to put on than ladder chains.

How do you like your netnstyle chains?

I just think the net style are the way to go. You're right, they are easier/faster than ladder chains. It would be sorta hard to explain why, part of it is how easy it is to tighten them, but it seems like there is more to it than that. I think maybe they are easier to handle and position too. We have 2 pair of the net style for our Unimog also, that's where I first encountered them. I can install a set of 4 of those in not much more time than a pair of ladder chains. Its almost weird.
 
 
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