This is the type of latch that my chains have. Most chains will have something similar. You just hook it to a link on the other end of the chain to get a good snug fit. Since 11.2 would be the distance across the inside lip of the rim I would say it would be the measurement of the width of the tire also.
Re: tires and chains in reply to Del Huebner, 02-22-2014 15:44:31
I have chains also, no bungees needed. If you compare the photos above, Trac's has more cross-links than Del's, which keeps the side-chains snug. Removing side links isn't as easy as adding more cross-links. Mine looks more like Trac's. (My dad fashioned them from a 1931 dual-wheeled truck set, I have replaced cross-links with hardened ones over the past 20 years of plowing a paved driveway.)
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