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Glacier Tire Chains for the Jeep Commander, 2007

Glacier Tire Chains

(32 reviews)

Code:   PW1046



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Glacier Tire Chains - PW1046

Perfect for occasional use, these tire chains feature rugged steel wiring covered with case hardened steel rollers for traction. Easy-to-install chains comply with all DOT specifications and fit either front- or rear-wheel-drive vehicles.


  • Constructed of case hardened, low-carbon steel
    • Spring rollers are wrapped around sturdy wire cross cables
    • Durable side cables
  • Designed for passenger vehicles with limited wheel-well clearance
    • SAE Class S tire chains
  • Work on either front- or rear-wheel-drive vehicles
  • Created with a low profile that gives you a smooth ride
  • Install quickly and easily
    • Rubber adjusters (sold separately) are recommended
  • Meet Department of Transportation requirements in all states
  • Packaged in reusable tote - great for storage


  • Fits: 15" - 20" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Quantity: 2 cable chains
  • 90-Day warranty

Please Note: To determine whether you can use snow chains on your vehicle, consult your owner's manual.

Class S Designation

SAE Class S tire chains are designed for use on vehicles with restricted wheel-well clearance. Certain newer cars, vans and small trucks, especially those with large, aftermarket tires, may require Class S chains.

SAE Class S Clearance Diagram

These chains will fit your tires provided there is both:

  • A - a minimum of 1.46" (37 mm) between the top of the tire tread and the wheel well
  • B - at least 0.59" (15 mm) between the tire's sidewall and the vehicle

How to Choose Snow Chains for Your Vehicle

To choose the right snow chain, you must match your tire size. Those measurements can be found on the side of your tire.

Tire size on sidewall


  1. (185) - indicates tire width in millimeters
  2. (60) - gives you the aspect ratio (sidewall height as percentage of width)
  3. (15) - denotes the diameter of the wheel rim in inches

1046 Glacier by Pewag, Cable Chains - Passenger Vehicles - 15" - 20" Tires

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 215/75-17.5
  • 215/80-16
  • 215/85-16
  • 225/60-18
  • 225/65-18
  • 235/30-22
  • 235/50-20
  • 235/55-18
  • 235/55-19
  • 235/60-18
  • 235/65-17
  • 235/65-18
  • 235/70-17
  • 235/75-16
  • 245/30-22
  • 245/60-18
  • 245/65-17
  • 245/70-16
  • 245/75-16
  • 255/30-22
  • 255/55-18
  • 255/65-16
  • 255/70-15
  • 255/70-16
  • 265/75-15
  • 275/35-19
  • 275/40-18
  • 275/40-19
  • 275/45-18
  • 275/55-17
  • 275/60-15
  • 285/30-18
  • 285/35-18
  • 285/35-19
  • 285/40-18
  • 295/30-18
  • 295/30-20
  • 295/35-18
  • 295/40-20
  • 295/50-15

Video of Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair

Videos are provided As a guide only. Refer To manufacturer
installation instructions And specs For complete information.

Video Transcript for Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, Part Number PW20286. These cable chains are designed to fit tires from 15 all the way up to 20 inches and offer a 35 mile an hour maximum speed. These chains are great for occasional use. They've got a sturdy steel wire construction around the outside, as well as on the cross cables. They've got hardened springs that cover the cross cable. It's going to provide that traction we need.

They'll move freely back and forth and really get embedded there, so we can get good grip on that ice and snow. They've designed it with a nice, low, profile design to help keep and maintain a smooth ride. Also, these are going to work great on both front wheel drive and rear wheel drive vehicles. The ladder design on these chains is going to meet all Department of Transportation requirements in all states. We're here on the passenger side of the vehicle. We spread our chain out here, just to make sure we don't have any kinks or any tangles that we need to work out before we get started. We're working with a tire size of 275-55R20, but again, many different sizes available with these Glacier chains, so you'll have a wide variety of sizes that these are going to fit. The first thing you want to look for is the is yellow, triangle shape tag.

This is going to say right hand side, or left hand side, and give you the indication of which way the tires should be rotating. That arrow will be facing towards the front of the car. We'll now move that arrow and that yellow tag down, around to the front side of our tire there. We'll want the first rung of our ladder to be tucked nicely right underneath the front side of our wheel, there. Give it as much slack as it needs. Get it tucked in there, just like that.

When we roll forward, we'll be able to gather that up right along the rear here. Maybe up here in the top somewhere, so we can get it connected. We'll now pull back and get as much slack as we can out of the front side of our chains, here. Then we can bring our rear up. On the back side here on the rear, we'll bring the cable right through that, and we'll have to rotate up right into that catch point. We'll then bring our rest of our slack out here to the front side. Just like on the rear side there, we've got another catch here.

We'll want to choose one of the mounting locations here. We've got 7 to pick from. On the rear, we use the second. That means those here on the front, we need to use the first, the second, or the third. Once we have that in place and in that set location, we'll use the large lever. Take up some of that slack. See if you can't get that last one. There we go. We'll pull that down. That's going to give us all the tension we'll need. The leverage is designed to come down and hook on to the cable. Depending on where you'll be positioning your cable, your tag end may be a little bit longer. They've got two nice catches designed right in here. You can simply clip it into there and hold it. Keep it from flopping around on you. WE've got our rubber adjuster, here. This is Part Number PW99. It's got 5 hooks on it. We're just going to find 5 locations around our cable chain, here. We're going to hook these in all the way around, 5 different locations facing out away from our sidewall. We don't want to run any risks of getting them up there and having any damage occur. You just want to put some tension on there to stiffen that up a little bit. We're going to drive forward a few car lengths. We'll double check it just to be sure we don't have any extra slack in there that we need to get out or any issues to deal with. With our chain secure, that's going to complete today's look at the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, Part Number PW2028C. .

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Customer Reviews

Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair - PW1046

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (32 Customer Reviews)

Perfect for occasional use, these tire chains feature rugged steel wiring covered with case hardened steel rollers for traction. Easy-to-install chains comply with all DOT specifications and fit either front- or rear-wheel-drive vehicles.

- PW1046

by: John Q. Public02/04/2011

I use the product on a limited basis (really snowy conditions) but they provide great traction. I have 4wd with my JGC so accelerating and driving aren't the problem, it's the stopping. Even at slow speeds, driving down windy hills on the commute is problematic for any SUV. These chains definitely provide the traction you need in back road driving. Plus you do not have to shell out $600 on snow tires. 6655

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by: Kassel10/10/2013

They fit properly, seem well-made and durable. Enclosed guidelines included helpful photos along with clear instructions. The tire chain carrying bag is an appropriate size, well-made and durable. The items were well packaged and delivered undamaged, on time. 103389

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by: Adam F11/20/2012

Came Today, earlier than promised. All shipped good, had good customer service, shipped me what I asked for. Haven't used the chains yet, but am sure they will be fine. Cheapest price, fast shipping, good customer service, would definately recommend. Adam 59842

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by: Robert P.11/15/2011

Standard shipping 5-7 days, but product was here in 23 hours! I put the tire cables on my truck, everything fit and was easy to install. I live in Illinois but won't use them untill this winter (going through northern Rockies in January). We shall see. 26982

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by: Jeff M.11/26/2014

Made a mistake in ordering. They were able to get me the correct snow cable chains for my 2015 subaru outback shipped to me in less than a week. Customer service with Julie H and Dana were excellent. Couldn't be more happier. Thanks etrailer! 162516

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by: Paul S.01/01/2015

Have always had great service and products from etrailer. Haven't had a chance to use these chains yet, but I'm sure they'll be just fine in the snow. The video reviews and instructions for etrailer products make choosing simple and easy. 167462

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by: Ted Okolichany11/11/2014

I have not used them yet as no snow at this time. The chains are well made and well worth the low purchase price. I received the chains in a prompt manner once ordered here. I would consider ordering other products here. Ted 160373

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by: John S.02/04/2015

I have not used them yet but tried a dry run without snow. The chains were fairly easy to put on the tire. etrailer shipped my chains the same day I ordered and notified me by email. I had them in a few days. Great service! 172405

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by: TOM D01/13/2011


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by: Ben02/03/2011

Bought these as "insurance" for our cars (bought a pair for our SUV and commuter car). I haven't used them yet but I think this is a good product w/ simple instructions and a nice carrying bag w/ handles. 6586

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by: William B.02/04/2011

The tire chains arrived in a very short time; much faster than I expected. Although I haven't used them yet, they look to be exactly what I wanted. Appear to be a good product at a reasonable price. 6659

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by: Joe Buzz12/10/2014

I'm gonna say Excellent for now even though I haven't had to use them yet. I'll update my review once I've used them. Otherwise, service and delivery was as expected. 164057

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by: Dennis L.12/15/2012

Just tried the chains on to make sure they fit, etc. Very pleased so far with them. Also, the ease of ordering and the time of the delivery was excellent. Thank you. 61539

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by: Ken D.03/09/2011

Fast delivery. Came in a nice small carrying bag with easy to follow instructions and looks as expected. Hope we never have to use them! 8880

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by: Cecil H02/23/2015

Great product easy install and comes with easy storage gag I can keep in my truck under my back seat.Im very pleased with my purchase. 175698

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by: Ronnie A11/02/2012

Prices are second to none. Installattion of my snow chain is very easy. Will be purchasing other accessory in the very near future. 58756

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by: fdb12/18/2013

haven't used product, but was received as described and they look they will do the job when needed. Very well crafted. 110337

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by: Max B09/10/2014

Chains fit perfectly - Haven't tested them in snow yet but they are strong, easy to transport, and easy to install. 150492

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by: HOMER LEE11/11/2013

Good and friendly services followed by Timely delivery of a good product. What more can one ask for? 107052

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by: Stuart S02/15/2011

My tire cables were shipped fast and look great. I will be prepared for the next round of winter weather. 7211

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by: John L.10/11/2013

Customer service was terrific! Product is good quality at a very competitive price. Thanks so much! 103473

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by: Brett12/29/2012

Chains go on easy, and give me just enough traction plowing my driveway that I don't get stuck. 62221

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by: Andrew B.10/11/2012

The chains just arrived, but the service with this company was nothing short of excellent 57020

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by: Jim Brewer02/11/2011

Great product at a good price. Etrailer's delivery was extremely fast. Thanks 7005

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by: Glenn C12/31/2013

I haven't actually used my cables but they fit perfect on my 2011 Odyssey. 111621

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by: Marvin M.11/01/2013

This is a great product. they fit great on my ford truck F150. 105936

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by: Bob E09/23/2013

Have not used them. Heading into the Sierra's. Next month. 101173

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by: Bonnie02/21/2014

Great price...awesome product n super fast shipping!! 117129

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by: Sara02/03/2015

Tried it yesterday 2/2/15 and they worked great. 172244

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by: William T11/21/2014

Great product at low price and fast del ivery. 162106

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by: 535i10/25/2013

Fits 275 - 35- R19. Great customer serv ice. 105077

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by: Sergio12/16/2014

Good price cheap to Amazon thanks 165676


Ask the Experts about this Glacier Tire Chains
Do you have a question about this Tire Chain?

  • Availability of Snow Tire Chains For a LT225/75R16 Tire Size
  • The Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part # PW1042, will fit the LT225/75R16 tire size. I would also recommend to use the Glacier Rubber Adjusters, part # PW99, for the Glacier snow tire chain. They attach to the snow chains and keep constant tension on the chains for a tight, secure fit. I am including a link to a page that will show all of the snow tire chains I have available for the LT225/75R16 tire size.
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  • Are Snow Chains Required for Both Wheels On a Dual Rear Wheel Moving Van
  • You can use one tire chain on each side of your dual rear wheel van, however, I would recommend using chains on all 4 rear wheels, especially if you will be driving in areas with extreme weather. Using chains on all 4 wheels will provide more traction on snow and ice over using chains on 2 wheels, but using chains on only 2 wheels is acceptable. The Glacier Chains Cable Chains, # PW1046, that you referenced are designed to fit the 225/75 R16 tire, however, these chains were designed...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a 2013 Lexus RX 450h With Tire Size P235/55R19
  • Yes, the Glacier Chains Cable Snow Tire Chains, # PW1046, will fit the P235/55R19 tires on your 2013 Lexus RX 450h. I have attached a link to all of the tire chains that we carry that will fit your tire size. It is important that you check your owners manual on the use of tire chains. Some manufacturers place restrictions on the use of tire chains. If you would like a tire chain with better performance at an economical price, I would recommend looking at the Glacier Square-Link Tire...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a 2009 Acura MDX with 255/55-18 Tires
  • For the 255/55-18 tires on your 2009 Acura MDX, the easiest to install chains that will offer the best fit would be the Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains, # TH04115255. These chains will self-center and self-tension after installing them so there is no need to get out repeatedly and make adjustments. They also come with anti-scratch nylon bumpers to protect your vehicle rims. If you are looking for something more basic and for occasional use, you can use Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains,...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation For 2015 Subaru Outback
  • In the owner's manual for your 2015 Subaru Outback, it should state whether the acceptable tire chains are limited to Class S Compatible. If you are unable to find that information in the manual, the dealership should be able to answer that question for you. The concern when considering tire chains is due to the clearance needed. Traditional chains might not be recommended for your vehicle. Minimum clearances must be maintained around spring clips, fenders, braces, splash pans, fuel...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendations for a 2010 Acura MDX
  • On your 2010 Acura MDX you can use 1 pair of chains, like the Glacier Tire Chains, # PW1046, that you have referenced, for use in snow and ice. You will want to put the chains on the primary drive wheels of the vehicle. For example, if you have a front wheel drive vehicle you would put them on the front wheels. For rear wheel drive vehicles, you would put them on the rear wheels. From the research I did, your MDX is all wheel drive. All wheel drive vehicles usually engage all 4 wheels...
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  • Which Tire Chains Will Fit a 2011 BMW X5 35d Diesel
  • According to our fit guide there are 3 possible tire sizes that can be on a 2011 BMW X5. I have included a link to the 3 sizes. You will just need to select the one that you have to see the available chains. For a 255/50R19, the most economical chains are # TH01571255. For a 255/55R18, the most economical chain (for occasional use) is # PW1046, and I would recommend tensioner # PW99. For a 275/40R20, the most economical chains are # TH01571255. Make sure to check your vehicle...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for 2014 GMC Yukon with Tire Size P285/45R22
  • In order to pick out the correct size chains for a vehicle the most important factor to consider is the tire size. Also, you need to check the owners manual of the vehicle you plan to install the chains on to see if there are any restrictions on snow chain usage. For the tire size of P285/45R22 that you have I like the # TC2327 as they are priced great, are easy to install, and will give you great traction. For rim protectors to help prevent contact between the rims and the chains you...
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  • Snow Chains Recommendation for 285/35/18 Tires on a 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS 550
  • I looked at the online manual for the 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS 550 and found that tire chains are only to be used on the rear wheels. The online manual does not state which class of snow chains are acceptable. The chains that you selected are recommended for your front tires but Mercedes does not recommend tire chains for the front of the CLS 550. For your 285/35/18 rear tires we have 2 sets of snow chains available. The Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, item # PW1046. and the Glacier V-Trac...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a 2004 RX 330 AWD and a 2012 Acura TL SH-AWD
  • Snow tire chains are designed to give you additional traction in heavy snow and ice conditions, even vehicles that have AWD and 4WD. If you plan on taking a trip to an area with heavy snow or ice, it would be a good idea to bring a set of tire chains along for emergency situations. Using tire chains is not necessarily required, but they will help in hazardous conditions and there are even some areas that require the use of snow chains during certain times of the year. I recommend checking...
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  • Will Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Work On A 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer 4WD With 245/65R17 Tires
  • Before buying snow tire chains or cables you will want to check your owners manual or with the Chevrolet dealer if you can install snow tire chains or cables on your 2003 Chevrolet TrailBlazer 4WD, or if there are any limitations. The cable snow tire chains you will need for the 245/65R17 tire size is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part # PW1046. The set you reference, part # PW2014C, will not work on the 245/65R17 tire size. If you can use cable snow tire chains on your TrailBlazer...
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  • Class S Snow Chain Recommendation for a 2001 F-150 With LT 255/70-16 Tires
  • For your 2001 Ford F-150, with 255/70-16 LT tires, we have several sets of Snow tire chains available, see link. Among these Snow chains three have less than 15mm clearance that is required for Class S rated chains. I would select the Thule XB16 Standard Snow Tire Chains, item # TH01571255, for the best performing Class S rated snow chains for your truck. They are also the easiest to install and come with an industry leading 5 year warranty. The Glacier V-Trac Cable Snow Tire Chains,...
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  • Cable Style Snow Tire Chains for P225/75-16 Tires
  • A tire size of 225/27-16 like you indicated in your question then that would mean it has an overall diameter of 20.78 inches compared to the 29.29 diameter of a 225/75-16. If you meant LT225 vs P225 (/75-16 for both) then you can use use the appropriate size chains for both types of tire but some are better suited for one style or the other. For a P225 you would want to go with chains # PW1042 because they are better suited for passenger vehicle tires as opposed to light truck (LT) tires....
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a 1999 Chevy Silverado With Chrome Rims
  • Snow chains and even cables have metal parts that could potentially scratch your chrome wheels. It is more likely that scratches will occur during the installation process because when moving the chains are, ideally, in the correct position away from the rims and centrifugal force and tension will keep them in place. Probably the safest bet in terms of keeping your chrome rims pristine is to use something like the Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners, # PWH2829SC. With...
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for a 2006 Kia Sorento
  • As long as you have 245/70-16 size tires on your 2006 Kia Sorento these Glacier Tire Chains # PW1046 will work very well for you. You will need to consult the owners manual of your vehicle to see if there are any restrictions on snow chain usage on your vehicle. I attached an FAQ tire chains for you to check out also.
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  • Will Tire Chains or Cables for Light Truck Tires Fit the Same Size Passenger Car Tires
  • Yes, there is a slight difference between passenger car tires and light truck tires when it comes to using tire chains. Tire chain manufacturers will usually list chains/cables for regular tires and different chains/tires for light truck tires so even tires the same size may not be able to fit each others chains/cables. For LT tires, be sure to use chains or cables for light truck tires in size 245/75-16 to ensure compatibility. Cables # PW1046 are for passenger cars, not for light...
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  • Will Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains # PW1046 Fit on 2006 Volvo XC90 AWD
  • You will want to check your owners manual or with the Volvo dealer to determine if you can use snow tire chains on your 2006 Volvo XC90 AWD, or if there are any limitations. Some Volvo all-wheel drive cars may limit snow chains to the front wheels only. The Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part # PW1046, that you have referenced, will fit the 235/65-17 tire size. This is the tire size we show as factory on your 2006 Volvo XC90 AWD. If you can use these snow chains on your vehicle,...
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  • Snow Tire Chain Recommendation for 2012 Toyota Sienna SE with 235/50-19 Tires
  • We do have several chains options for the 235/50-19 tire size but the Glacier 1046 chains will not fit. Instead you would need PW2016C. However, you will want to consult the vehicle owners manual and/or a local dealership about the use of chains. There can be restrictions on the use of chains on some vehicles, depending on tire size, so consulting the owners manual is a must. I have included a link to a video showing a typical installation for you. If you determine that you can use these...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a Honda Odyssey with 235/60-18 Tires
  • For the tire size you listed I would recommend the Titan Chains part # TC2319. These have a diamond pattern which means you will get the best traction for braking, accelerating, and turning, they're pretty easy to install and they are priced great. Check out the review video I attached for more info. You will want to check the owners manual of your Honda Odyssey to determine if there are any restrictions on snow chain usage with your vehicle.
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  • Snow Tires Chains for a 2013 Highlander AWD When Towing a Tent Trailer
  • Be sure to consult the vehicle owners manual for any restrictions regarding the use of tire chains on your 2013 Toyota Highlander as well as reducing driving speeds are a must. The basic rule is that snow tire chains should always go on the drive wheels. So with a FWD vehicle place the snow tire chains # PW1046 you referenced on the front tires. On an AWD you will install the snow tire chains on the front wheels but getting 2 sets for all the wheels will add steering and braking benefits....
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  • Will One Set of Tire Chains Fit Both LT225/75R16 And LT265/70R17 Tires
  • I compared all of the chains for tire sizes 225/75-16 and 265/70-17. There are no chains that fit both sizes so you would need to get separate chains, such as cable style chains, like you want for both vehicles. For the 225/75-16 tires you can use # TC1042 with rubber adjusters # TCOA1. And for the 265/70-17 tires use # TC2028 with rubber adjusters # TCMA2. Be sure to consult the vehicle owners manuals for specific information on the use of tire chains. I have also included a link...
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  • Which Rubber Adjusters to Use with Cable Tire Chains on a 2011 Honda Odyssey with 235/65-17 Tires
  • For a 17 inch wheel you would need adjusters # PW99. They will install the same way as the PW100. Also be sure to check your Odyssey owners manual for specific information on the use of chains. I have also included a link to our FAQ article on tire chains for you to view.
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  • Can Snow Chains be Used on the Front and Rear Wheels of a 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS 550
  • I checked the online manual for the 2007 Mercedes-Benz CLS 550 and it states that tire chains are only to be used on the rear wheels. Your owners manual may have different information for your specific vehicle. Either the # PW1046 Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains or the # PW1946V Glacier V-Trac Cable Snow Tire Chains are the correct size for your rear 285/35-18 wheel and tire combination. You will need to check your owners manual or with the Mercedes dealer to determine if snow chains...
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  • Where to Place Snow Tire Chains on a 2003 Ford Ranger with 4 Wheel Drive
  • On 4 wheel drive vehicles, you can either use 2 sets of chains (for all 4 wheels) or if using one set of chains, typically they are placed on the rear wheels but chains can be used on the front for added steering and braking benefits. Be sure to consult your truck owners manual for any additional information on the use of tire chains. I have included some links on tire chains that should also be helpful. It looks like there are several possible tire sizes for the 2003 Ford Ranger. I...
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  • Subaru 2015 Outback AWD Snow Chain Recommendation
  • Using chains on all four tires will give the best traction for braking, turning, and acceleration. So if possible I would recommend going that route. But in most cases you can get away with just one set of chains or cables. To determine which axles your 2015 Subaru Outback should have chains installed on you will need to consult your owners manual. The cable set part # PW1046 that you referenced has been confirmed to fit your tire size so they would work great for an emergency set of...
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  • Availability of Glacier Tire Cable Chains For 2009 Nissan Rogue
  • You will need the Glacier Tire Cable Chains, part # PW1038, to fit either the 215/70R16 tire size or the 225/60R17 tire size on your 2009 Nissan Rogue. These cable chains are a SAE Class S tire chains which are designed for vehicles with limited wheel-well clearance. I would also recommend to use the Glacier Rubber Adjusters, part # PW100, to keep tension on the snow cable chains. You will need to check your owners manual or with the car dealer to determine if you can use snow tire chains...
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  • Snow Chains Recommendation for a 2011 Lexus RX350
  • Your Lexus RX350 should have 235/60R18 size tires on it. The tire chains we offer that give the absolute best fender well clearance confirmed to fit this tire size would be the Thule K Summit Tire Chains # TH02230K66. Most chains wrap around the inside of the tire to secure, whereas these do not at all so they work the best for vehicles with limited tire clearances. Check out the review and install videos I attached for more info. You will need to check your vehicle's owners manual...
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  • Cable Style Tire Chains for a 2014 Honda Odyssey with P235/65R17 Tires
  • We do not carry that brand of tire chain but I looked them up and that size will not fit the 235/65-17 tires on your 2014 Honda Odyssey. It would take SZ429 instead. We have similar chains that will fit, # PW1946V. This are cable style chains that include the rubber adjusters. I have also included a link to the right to all of the chains we carry for your tire size. Be sure to consult the vehicle owners manual for specific information on the use of tire chains. I have included a link...
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  • How Many Sets of Snow Chains are Required on a 2006 Kia Sorento
  • It is recommended to at least have chains on the drive wheels of a vehicle. So in your case you would want them at least on the front wheels. It would not hurt to have them on all four, it should help with handling and braking, but you should also be fine just to have them on the front. You will still want to check with the owners manual to make sure that there are not any restrictions on snow chains on all four wheels or just on the front wheels. I attached an FAQ article on snow chains...
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  • Speed and Distance Ratings for Tire Chains on 2012 Honda Odyssey
  • Any tire chain on any vehicle will require reduced driving speeds; no tire chain can be used at full highway speeds. Typically tire chains will be rated for speeds of 30 - 40 mph maximum and the faster you drive with snow chains the more likely they are to suffer damage. It is best to keep speeds in the 25 - 30 mph range when using snow chains. If road conditions are bad enough to require chains, then they are also bad enough to justify slowing down! The usable distance a set of chains...
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