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Tire chains on a SkidSteer


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30 minutes ago, Ihfan4life said:

I believe it does. We had to put a spindle in one at the “new barn”, and going by memory that I filed away in total darkness, I’m sure it did.

 

 

In a pinch, you can take a break and go have fun.

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our snow here is a menace for chains/tracks of metal, it packs in and freezes or makes balls under tracks/chains between tires and makes for a horribly rough ride i would think the dry snow climates it would be so much better 

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1 hour ago, cobfly said:

For the seeing compromised.

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Too many of these might temporarily cause vision impairment ;)

 

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2 minutes ago, bitty said:

Too many of these might temporarily cause vision impairment ;)

 

Not when you drink the minies, like on the seat of my sled.☺️

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Guess I shoulda made myself more clear, I was simply referring to the fact that the best way to chain up stuff is to chain up all the drive wheels. Some hyd. driven stuff has dummy wheels for steering, or extra wheels (Idlers) to support the weight or track length.

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