Easy job Colin. Just cut the side chains shorter so they fit your tires. When I install chains I jack up one side so the wheel turns then hook the chain on the lugs and roll it all the way over. Make my connections underneath. If you get your side chains reasonably tight there is no need for straps, bungees, coat hang wires or romex to keep them on. My father would scoff when he saw guys with all that paraphernalia on their chains. I get them tight and have never lost a chain.
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