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Tip for the spacers is to dab a bit of axel grease on the end to get them to stick to the bearing (just a bit to hold).
Roll the tire in, and loop the chain over the sprocket. I use a hammer on the ground, but a 2x4 as mentioned above would work to hold it up, roll it back and up a bit while you slide the axel back in.
If using the standard chain adjusters, I leave the alone so you don't have to redo the slack. For the Lightech ones, I back them off about 4 clicks to give some room to work with.