if you have 4WD i've always been a believer that the chains should go in the front. that way they help motivate you, steer you, and brake you. that's where i run mine, and most of the folks i see in northern PA run the same way. of course if you only have 2WD put them on the drive wheels.
'You may not realize it when it happens, but a kick in the teeth may be the best thing in the world for you.' - Walt Disney, Animator, Film Producer
'four wheel drive only allows you to get stuck in more inaccessible places' - George Noll