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Chaining Tractors Down

Beth V

Moderator
We've hauled steam engines since 1966 as well as other equipment. Dad had 2 trailers custom built. We block the drivers of every engine with 4x4 wooden blocks. I like to lift the engine about an inch off of the trailer because they will work down--and then you tighten the chains again.

Never steel on steel.....
 

OTTO-Sawyer

Subscriber
Didn't we do a thread about this a few years ago?
JH
THIS thread was started almost 5 years ago. . . (or will be five years old in a couple months anyway)

I see the other one was started 4 1/2 years before that too, but it's still good information and worth bringing up again.

:salute:
 

casertractor

Subscriber
Make shure you use Carpet or rug inside of the wheels were the chains will sit as the chains can make a mess of cast wheels over time
 
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