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chrycotech said:
Hello group,

Please help me to source a good vendor of 2 link chains for my 222 and 446.
Any and all advice would be appreciated.

Cheers,

Ron
Note that the Tech Library / FAQ`s / Where to buy "stuff" lists 5 vendors under Tire Chains. :wave:
Not that I disagree with Brian in recommending Tirechains.com
 

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My two-link twisted-link chains work just fine.

I have an asphalt driveway - new in 2010 at tremendous cost, so I avoided V-BAR chains.

They can really tear up asphalt unless you are extremely careful...
 

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Ariena said:
Not wanting to hi-jack this thread, but what are the effects of chains on an asphalt driveway?

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With Case and Ingersoll tractors it is very easy to scratch up concrete and blacktop with steel tire chains. There is a supplier of rubber tire chains, they are not actually rubber, but some type of plastic or nylon and several folks have bought and use them and are pleased with them. Several years ago I setup my L54 plow with teflon shoes on the guides, composite guide shoes on my SB48 from Ariens, and was about to purchase rubber tire chains to clear the snow at a possible customers home that had big dollar pavers in a long driveway. He called me and told me that my quote was way too high and he had contracted with a snow removal company that assured him that they would do no damage to his driveway while removing snow. At that time I had not as yet ordered the rubber tire chains and I dropped the whole project. The following fall he called me and said that he would accept my quote. I told him that I would stop by and look at his driveway again to refresh my memory, what I found was not pretty, the snow removal company had seriously damaged the driveway and left it a mess.
Mad Mackie in CT :mrgreen: :mowlawn:
 
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