Chains On The Rhino

Post in 'The Gear' started by thewoodlands, Dec 18, 2010.

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  1. thewoodlands

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    Before heading back in the woods I decided to put the chains on the back tires of the rhino, laid the chains down then backed over them and let some air out of the tires and put them on then put some more air back in the tires.

    When I came back from working in the woods I cleared the snow and ice from around the rubber boots (front and back)with the help of the air compressor, had one rip from not doing that the first year I worked in the woods in the winter.

    Attached are some pictures, the first two are from this morning after I put the chains on and the last three are before and after from cleaning around the boot so it won't freeze and rip the boot.


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    Looks like you got the good ones Zap.

    I wanted ones like that for the Farmall 130 but it was $427to get them so duo grip chains for $262.

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