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I was thinking of chains but didn't want to chew up my driveway. I actually have some cracks that run the width of the driveway and some that are growing so don't want to accelerate that. Someone mentioned dirt bike tires I think in another thread? Maybe they in the end give more weight to the back?
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The Toro Snowmaster 7/24 or 8/24 is an excellent choice for the light stuff

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I was thinking of chains but didn't want to chew up my driveway. I actually have some cracks that run the width of the driveway and some that are growing so don't want to accelerate that. Someone mentioned dirt bike tires I think in another thread? Maybe they in the end give more weight to the back?
xtrac tires, chains dont really chew up driveway, u cant even tell i was using chains on my asphalt driveway, now if they were used in the middle of a hot summer then most def might show signs of use but im stating the obvious about using it then

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