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Both Front AND rear.


You will damage (overheat) the Dual Pump if only one end of the car consistently rolls faster than the other. Even if you are not 'slipping', the increased rolling diameter of the chains will cause the pump to engage.

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If you are suggesting a very limited time (as in, the car is stuck and you need more traction, and once freed the chains would come off) it doesn't matter. Put the extra traction where it is most useful.

PS, before fitting the chains, turn VSA OFF and see if powering the wheels will free the car.




Personally, I'd keep a jar of traction sand in the car rather than chains. And, a Significant Other to PUSH, LOL.
 

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Well, if he/she lives in Cali...and plans on going to Tahoe area for skiing, you are required to carry chains...and sometimes use them.
 
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