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We offer a wide range of snow chains. Choose the design that is right for your vehicle and your budget.

  • Thule - premium brand easiest to use tire chains
  • Glacier - economical tire chains that are perfect for emergency use
  • pewag - the widest variety of chains available from cable style to heavy-duty off-road snow chains
  • Michelin - lightweight, easy to handle polymesh chains offer a smoother quieter ride
  • Titan Chain - chains for excellent traction in everything from deep snow to off road applications



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Titan Chain Cable Snow Tire Chain Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Titan Chain cable snow tire chains. As you can see, this is the ladder patter and it offers the steel rollers. Part number of it is Tc2028. These are an SAE Class S tire chain, which means they're designed and work perfectly with vehicles that have restricted rear wheel clearances. Each ladder section or cross cable is designed with the low carbon steel roller. These wrap around the cables to form cross chains which are going to offer great traction in light. Again, with the low profile it offers a very nice and smooth ride. The ladder pattern design is going to help us to effectively start and stop.


Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Today on this 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, we're going to review and install part number PW2028C. This is the Glacial cable snow tire chains. Now the tire size that we're working with today is P25570R18. All right. Let's go ahead and place it on our tire. Try to get it even as possible across the top of the tire. Then tuck it in underneath the tire as far as you can. Do this on both sides of the tire.


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