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    Platinum Member Buckgnarly's Avatar
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    Default DS 3510 and MPC chains..

    Installed with tensioners....went with the MPCs for the asphalt driveway, but glad for clearance issues with lower links. In any case, Aquiline MPCs fit like a glove!..VERY good fit!


    Chains, standard install, took 2hrs for the right side, 30 min for other. Always easier AFTER you have link counts etc for one side!



    Safety wire tie pliers, one of the best investments ever...


    In hind sight, an extra 10 bucks for the tensioner tool may have been worth it, but it can be done with a ratchet strap.

    Snow butt whooping machine!....

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    Default Re: DS 3510 and MPC chains..

    Nice looking chains! Takes me a while to get my Talons tight and snug also. I see that you have your chains safety wired. I safety wire mine also. I consider this time well spent.
    I used to do the Hokey Pokey but I turned myself around.

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    Default Re: DS 3510 and MPC chains..

    Guys do these chains really not mark up the concrete and asphalt like they claim? I have been using some standard chains and have a gravel drive but will be paving next year. I need chains because I have a pretty good hill to go up and down.

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    Platinum Member Buckgnarly's Avatar
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    Default Re: DS 3510 and MPC chains..

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbacuse77 View Post
    Guys do these chains really not mark up the concrete and asphalt like they claim? I have been using some standard chains and have a gravel drive but will be paving next year. I need chains because I have a pretty good hill to go up and down.
    They have been good so far, but this is the first year with the MPCs. I have v bars on the plow truck, and as long as you do not spin the tires you are good. I also never run them on warm pavement, like 40F and up.

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