We are putting tire chains on all 6 wheels. We live in Hinesburg, VT at 1,400' elevation on a mountain at the end of a long (1,100') steep, winding gravel driveway so the chains will be needed if/when we want to leave mid-winter and the driveway is slippery. We will stop at a truck service place on the highway about 5 miles from home to have the chains removed and be on our way to Florida.
The chains are being installed now at the truck place and we have been informed that the front chains make contact with the shock absorbers. These are not cable chains - they are heavy duty with the angled teeth.
Has anyone had experience with aggressive chains on the front wheels?