1) Uncoil andlay chains out flat, removing tangles. Drape one chain over each drive wheel. The cable lock should be forward of the wheel. Make sure the hook ends are facing out or tire damage may occur.
2) Tuck first or last cross chain under tire. Move car until second cross chain has passed under tire.
3) Hook the cable lock fastener on the inside of the tire. See steps 3a-3c.
3a) Start fastening the cable lock by dropping hook end over the cable, between desired adjustment nubbins. Cable lock should face away form tire surface.
3b) Pull hook back over the selected nubbin so that the nubbin is completely through the enlarged circular portion of the slotted hook.
3c) Properly connected cable locks should appear as illustrated. Inspect cable lock for well seated nubbin. An improperly seated nubbin could disengage causing damage to the vehicle or chains.
4) Hook the cable lock fastener on the outside of the tire referring to steps 3a-3c for proper hookup of cable lock fastener.
5) If position between inside and outside fastener varies by more than one nubbin or the cross members are not aligned as shown in figure 5a/5b, go to setp 3 to correct.
6) Cable chains should be installed as tight as possible by hand. Do not use chain adjusters with any cable type tire chain.
7) Once installed, drive 1/4 mile and retighten if needed.