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Ignorance. I need to know which tires to put chains on.

I have a 91 f-150.  An old work truck I picked up for $1500.  I only use to haul things about 4x a year.  Now its snowing and I can't drive my little capri convertible so I'm wondering if I dare to chain up the truck, do they go on the front or the rear and how do I tell.

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They go on the rear, those are the wheels that drive the truck.

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