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Thule CB12 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2015 Hyundai Elantra
Today on our 2014 Hyundai Elantra we're going to review an install of the Thule standard snow tire chains inaudible 00:00:07 part number TH01221090. We'll go ahead and install these on tire size P20555R16. Here's what our tire chain's going to look like once we have it laid out. It's uniquely and nicely color coded to make an easy install. Here on the inner cable is a yellow marker. This is going to indicate the portion of the cable that'll get fed around the back side. The cross chain, or section, that's going to go across the tread of our tire is going to be the nice magnesium alloy steel constructed D links for great traction in snow and ice.
Thule Standard D Link CB12 Tire Chains Review - 2015 Subaru Forester
All right, today on this 2015 Subaru Forester, we're going to show you part number TH01221104. This is the Thule Standard Snow Tire Chains. All right, now with this part number, you will get two of the chains that's shown here on this tire, as well as the included carrying case. For reference, we're working with a tire size today of P22560R17. All right, I'll go ahead and tell you some of the features of this. First off, this is designed to be used in ice and snow, of course, but it's also designed for on road use only. If you live on a steep driveway or you have a long way to go on a gravel road or dirt road, chances are you probably want to look at the off road chains that are also available.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2015 Chevrolet Equinox
Today on this 2015 Chevrolet Equinox, we're going to show you part number PW1046. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. For reference, we're working with a tire size of 235 by 55 by 18. This is what the tire chains look like when they're installed on the vehicle. First off, they're actually constructed from cable all the way around with rollers on the cable that can move up and down and fit with the tire and ice and snow as needed. The heighth of the rollers is very small so it actually gives you plenty of room between your fender well and the components behind tires and wheels as well. Let's take a look at the latch that connects the ends of the chains together.
Thule XG12 Pro Tire Chains Review - 2002 Toyota Tundra
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra we'll be doing a test fit of the Thule Self-Tensioning Snow Chains with a Diamond Pattern and D Link. This will be part number TH2004705265. Our test tire for today is going to be a 265/70-R17. First thing you want to do is, once you get it out of the package, is go ahead and lay it on the ground and make sure you have all the kinks and/or twists out it. All right, once you got it all laid out make sure that the Thule buckle side and your strap are on the back side. Go ahead and take your yellow end and slide it around the tire towards the back. Once you see it on the other side, go ahead and lift that up and take the other end and connect it like so. Go ahead and pull your chains around to where the Thule buckle's facing forward.
Pewag All Square Snow Tire Chains Review - 2002 Toyota Tundra
Today on our 2002 Toyota Tundra we will be doing a test fit of the Pewag All-Square Snow Chains with cam tighteners, part number PWE2228SC. The tire that we will be working on today is going to be a 265/70-R17. When you pull your tire chains out of the bag it's going to be all jumbled up so make sure that you grab both ends, stretch it out, and make sure all the kinks and/or tangles are out like so. The easiest way to do this is going to be to have your cam tighteners on the side closest to you. That way when you pick up this end and you put it over, then all the hooks are on the outside and your cam tighteners are on the front where you need to access them. Let's go ahead and go around the back and put on the hook. You'll grab the other side that's got the long lead on it as you can see there.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
All right today, on this 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee we're going to show part number PW3010C. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. All right today, we're working with tire size of 265 x 50 x R20. We're going to look at our snow chains on our tire. We're having them installed on the driver's side here in the back. We'll take a look at the thin 00:00:23 of it.
Thule XG12 Pro Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Today this 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee. We're going to show you part number TH01594267. This is a Thule self-tensioning snow tire chains. All right, this is what the Thule look like when they're installed on a tire. For reference work on the tire size today is 265 by 50 by R20. The pattern that goes across the face of the tire is in a diamond shape. And what you do is it kind of alternates back and forth the width of a tire.
Thule Self Tensioning Low Pro Snow Tire Chains Review - 2012 Honda Odyssey
Today on our 2012 Honda Odyssey we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule Easy-fit self-tensioning SUV-style snow tire chains. These are made to fit a wide variety of tire sizes. The part number is TH04115247. Another great feature you'll see here on the rear of the main bar of our chain, this is fully coated, fully protects your rim against any kind of abrasion, rub marks, scratches, so we won't have to worry at all about our rim face being damaged. We've got a couple different materials here that are going to make up our chains. We've got the nickel-manganese alloy construction here on our cross chains which are a diamond pattern. This is going to give us superior durability and also corrosion resistance.
Pewag All Square Mud Service Tire Chains Review - 2005 Ford F-150
Today on our 2005 Ford F150 we will be test-fitting the Pewag All Square Mud Service Snow Chains, part number PWE2439S. As you can see here, we just pulled our chain out of our box and it's all tangled up. Let's go ahead and untangle it. You want to make sure that all the kinks and everything is out of the chain. Once you have that done, we'll go ahead and make sure that the sharp part of the inner chains is facing outwards. With it laid out like this, all we've got to do is pick up the outside and lay it over the tire. We'll go ahead and hook up the back side to the second link.
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