Type of Snow Chains
Before we start, let me just say that it is required by law to carry chains on I-5 between Redding CA to Cottage Grove OR until the end of March. So "don't drive in the snow" is not an option since I plan on using that road on March 1st.
With that in mind, I went looking for tire chains today. I already have the quick install cable chains for my toad. The salesman said with the weight of the motorhome, he suggested that I go with the older chain style snow chains. They are actually cheaper than the newer cable chains.
And I assume that if required, I only have to put chains on the outside rear / drive tires of the motorhome. None are needed on the toad while towing.
Added: HWH Kick-Down Leveler; RoadMaster Anti-sway bars; Tornado Rotary Tank Rinser; Accede Backup Sensor Kit; cylinder locks (w/one combo lock); custom sink cover; Kenwood DDX 5706S front radio; Pioneer MVH-X5560BT rear radio; Oxygenics Shower head; ScanGuage II; Blue Ox Tow Bar w/RVi Brake 2; Winegard Rayzar Automatic TV antenna; Trimark Steel door lock; Dometic 310 toilet; whatever is next.