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Snow chains will not stay on our john deere tractor.

Can you send me a diagram or video of how to put the snow chains on?

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A complete set of instructions with pictures can be found here:

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Easy way of doing this is to let the air out of tires,put chains on TIGHTLY, then refill tires, mine never come off when i started doing must have a small air compressor handy when doing it this way

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My name is Dane and I'll try to help you with your problem. I have given you the basic instructions here for mounting most john deere snow blades.

Here is a link to the parts diagram for the blade too.

You need to remove the mower deck from the machine, and you may have to remove the front bumper as well.

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Next you should install the pivot support. Insert the pins on the right and left hitch plates into the notches on the mounting brackets. Install the pins and tighten the screws on those mounting brackets now.

Next you should Install the blade. Align the holes in the pivot support with the second holes from the end of the push channel assembly. Insert the channel pin and washer and secure with the spring locking pin.

Install the lift handle. Slide the lift handle rod into the end hole in the push channel assembly. Insert the lift link pin in the pivot support bracket into the lift handle rod. Add the washers and locking pin.

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