I always leave my chains on last! In case something happens, trailer can only go so far! Sometimes, depending who's with you, people, even your family that travel with you want to help undo things or block wheels etc. But there is only one safe person who should know what's going on and in what order and that's the driver! I see too many times people trying to navigate on sites and their passengers want to help or give orders. I'm sure you will all agree with me. Or, even some passengers who have 'some' towing experience feel they're all experts and can get involved and start connecting or disconnecting things! I hate that. Towing or pulling 5, 10 or 15,000 lbs buildings on wheels is serious stuff most people take for granted. I love getting to a campsite a day earlier on a long weekend and watch all the people roll in, in a rush and set up their units....it's very entertaining lol. Didn't mean to steel your thread Billinwoodla. Make sure you have grease on that ball. Good topic!
-2015 Wind River 250RLSW
-Large 2012 F-350 Super Duty