I've included pictures of what I would say are very good tire chain fits. Here is Army's tractor. Notice how the side links cover the side walls of the tire thus not requiring straps to hold them on. I say again, If you need to deflate the tire and use crow bars to put your chains on, they are not a good fit. There shouldn't be a need for turn buckles and an air compressor to put chains on. Lay the chain over the top of the tire, pull forward until you can fasten the inside hook and link, then fasten the out side hook and link as tight as you can without any special tools or breaking a sweat. Then you can use a rubber strap or chain tensioner just to take up the slop. If you have to run your chains super tight to keep them on I would say your chains are too small for your tires, try a set with longer cross bars so the side chains run farther down the sidewall of the tires.
Here Is Joe Loch's beautiful tractor with proper fitting chains. Notice the cross links have some looseness to them. Not a problem if the side links are fitted right.
Watch a snowplow going down the street with chains on. That guy didn't use anything but his hands and maybe a block of wood to put his chains on. Super tight chains will wear faster too.
Take it for what it's worth..
Hope you guys donn't mind me using your pics as examples but I think they make good ones at best.