Today we are going to install the Glacier V-Trac snow chains, part number PW2121V. We are going to lay out the tire chains. We will point out that we have this smooth side of the chain itself actually goes against the tire and this part faces the outside. Alright, we will go ahead and drape them over the tire. When you drape them over the tire, make sure that you have the cable with three stops pointing towards the outside. Try to get these junctions right here evenly tight. After your first time, you will probably have to look at the back side. Probably judge to make sure you have them even on both sides of the tire. We will grab the inside part of the chain and make the connection back there. 0:50
OK, now make sure that your chains are pulled over as far as you can. You may have to role the tire back and forth to make sure you catch everything. And then just pull it all together. And depending on the size of the tire, you can use any of these three. And if you have any leftover tail sticking out, you can use this plastic clip to hold everything together. Alright, take our tensioners and this is simply going to go in between the junction points. Alright, now the chain is properly tensioned and it is ready for service. Now you may want to go ahead and run it for a little bit and double check to make sure everything is ok. And there you have it for part number PW2121V.
Today on our 2006 FordF150, well be test fitting the Glacier cable snow tire chains for light trucks, part number pw3027c; well be test fitting on 265/70-17 tires. Then this vehicle is primarily rear wheel drive so well be installing the tire chains on the rear tires. Now before we begin our test fit well first need to lay the chains flat onto the ground to undo any kinks or tangles. Well then drag the tire chain over the tire and move to the inside of the tire where we will connect the male and female end of the tire chain. Well then move to the outside of the tire where youll notice the yellow tag indicating what tire the tire chain should be on. Well then again slide the male and female end of the tire chain and use the tensioner to tie it down to secure the chain to the vehicle.
Today on our 2013 Ford F-150, we'll be test fitting the Glacier Tire Chains, part number PWH2439S on 265/70-17 tires. To begin our test fit, we'll first inlay the chains flat out on the ground to undo any kinks or tangles. This is important to ensure a good fit onto the tire. We'll then direct the tire chains over the tire, making sure that the hooks are facing out and the tire chains are centered on the tire. We'll then move to the inside of the tire where we will connect the hook and link. We will then move to the outside of the tire where we will insert the tire tensioner device into the link and secure it down.