This is my first winter with my tacoma ('12 DC LB - SR5 with stock Dunlops). I've lived in NW Washington for the past 6 years driving an '05 Honda CRV. I frequently head up to Mt Baker or the backcountry near Marblemount for skiing.
I've always carried chains in the CRV - but have only used them once or twice in the time I've been here. I didn't really give chains for the tacoma much thought until today (heading up to mount baker tomorrow).
What's your experience with chains on your tacomas for driving on the paved passes in this region? Should I run out and grab some tonight before we head up tomorrow or is not worth the bother?
Keep in mind: I'm just talking about the paved passes for now (Mt Baker; Snoqualmie; I-90). I'll will be figuring out better tires for some more... exciting exploration in the future.
Any advice would be appreciated!