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We offer a wide range of snow chains. Choose the design that is right for your Honda Odyssey 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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Honda Odyssey Tire Chains Videos

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.

Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Honda Odyssey

Today on a 2014 Honda Odyssey we're going to install part number PW1046. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. We're working with a tire size of P235-65R-517. On taking a closer look here at construction you can see how the cross-cables connect to the cables that go around the tire. You have this nice little crimped cable connection that holds everything in place. This is also galvanized low-carbon steel so it resists snow and ice for a very long time. I've got these rollers here. These are spring rollers.

Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2012 Honda Odyssey

Rate your transcript OrderClientKevin BrossRef #20649Order #TC0809034124 Today, on our 2012 Honda Odyssey, we will be test fitting the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains for Light Trucks. Part number PW2029C. We will be installing these on tire size P235/65R17. To begin, we'll need to get the chains out of the packaging and lay them out flat and make sure we get any kinks or knots out of the chains themselves. You'll notice the chains do have a yellow flag. This flag indicates what side of the vehicle the cable chains will need to be installed on, as well as the direction of travel that the chains will be moving in. We'll now drape the chains over the tire, making sure that the cross chains are centered with the tire tread. We'll bring them down around the tire, where we can then move to the inside of the tire and connect the side chain together.

Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2013 Honda Odyssey

Today on this 2013 Honda Odyssey we'll be test fitting the Glacier cable snow tire chains, part number PW1046, on 235/65/17 tires. This vehicle is front wheel drive so we'll be test fitting the tire chains on the front tires. To begin our test fit we'll lay the chain flat out on the ground to undo any kinks or tangles. We'll drape the chain over the tire. Notice that the hooks are facing out of the tire and then we'll go ahead and drive over the tire chain so that the male and female ends of the tire chain are on top of the tire. We'll then connect the ends of the tire chain at the top of the tire.

Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2012 Honda Odyssey

Today on our 2012 Honda Odyssey with tire size P235/60R18, we'll be installing Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains, part number PW1046. Now, these cable chains are perfect for the occasional use. They use a rugged steel wiring covered with case hardened steel rollers for traction. To begin the installation, we'll lay our chains out flat on the ground and make sure we get out any tangles that may be in the chains. We'll now lay our chains over the tire, making sure that the cross chains are centered on the tire tread. Now is a good time to check to make sure that you have your chain on correctly.

Honda Odyssey Tire Chains Questions and Answers

  • Tire Chain Options for a 2012 Honda Odyssey Tire Size P235/65-R17
  • We do offer tire chains for your 2012 Honda Odyssey. Due to the limited wheel well clearance on your vehicle, you must use tire chains with a class S designation. I have attached a link to all of the tire chains that we offer that will fit your vehicle for you to check out. The tire chains that I would recommend for your vehicle are the Pewag Servo RS Tire Chains, # PWRS80. These tire chains are self-tensioning, have a quick release system and use a drape over the tire installation....
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  • Snow Tire Chain Recommendation For a 2011 Honda Odyssey
  • Before buying snow tire chains you will want to check your owners manual or with the Honda dealer if you can install snow tire chains on your 2011 Honda Odyssey, or if there are any limitations. The snow tire chains that are compatible with the 235/60R17 tire size (Touring) and the 235/65R16 tire size (LX and EX) is the Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains, part # PWPLC1142. These snow tire chains are what I would recommend for your 2011 Honda Odyssey for occasional use. These snow...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for a 2005 Honda Odyssey with 235/65R16 Tires
  • The Glacier Tire Chains, # PWPLC1142, are listed as a fit for a 2005 Honda Odyssey with 235/65R16 tires. However, you will want to check a couple of things first before installing any chains. Start by turning the wheels to either all the way right or all the way left. Then measure the distance from the inside of the sidewall of the tire to the nearest part of the van on both sides. This is clearance that you cannot exceed with chains. You will also need to check the owners manual...
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  • Class S Tire Chain Definition and Recommendation for a 2007 Honda Odyssey with 235/65R-16 Tires
  • The Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains, # PWPLC1142, are compatible for use on vehicles that require a Class S or smaller tire chain, like your 2007 Honda Odyssey. Class S refers to limited clearance tire chains that measure 15mm or less at the side walls and 37mm or less across the tread of the tire they are designed to fit. Because your vehicle has limited wheel well and front suspension clearance you will want to make sure these chains are as tight as possible when installed on...
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  • Will the Glacier Chains Square-Link Tire Chains Fit on a 2012 Honda Odyssey EX-L
  • The Glacier Chains Square-Link Snow Tire Chains, # PWPLC1146, will fit on the 235/65-17 tires on your 2012 Honda Odyssey EX-L. These chains have the Class S designation, meaning they are designed for vehicles with restricted wheel-well clearance. These chains require at least 37 mm or 1-15/32 inch of clearance between the top of the tire tread and the wheel well and at least 15 mm or 19/32 inch between the tire sidewall and the vehicle. I checked out a 2012 Honda Odyssey that we have on...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for Driving 2010 Honda Odyssey with 235/65/16 Tires on Lake Ice
  • Honda recommends using Class S chains on the Odyssey, which means that the chains extend 15 mm or less above and to the inside of the tire for maximum clearance. The Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Chains you referenced, part # TC1555 would be ideal. The chains are constructed of manganese alloy for toughness, and have square links for good bite in snowy or icy conditions. The diamond chain pattern offers superior stability in turns when compared to standard ladder-style chains. The chains...
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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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  • How many Chains Come in the CB12 Snow tire Chains by Thule # TH01221102
  • All of the snow chains we carry come as a set of 2 chains unless otherwise noted on the product page. The Thule CB12 Tire Chains, item # TH01221102, comes with two chains, for the main drive axle on your vehicle, which would be the front wheels on the Odyssey. You should check your owners manual for snow chain recommendations. the CB12 chains are Class S compatible snow chains.
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  • Will Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC1555 Fit PAX Tire Size 235-710R460A
  • Yes, the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains, # TC1555, will fit the PAX tire size 235-710R460A. The PAX tire 235-710R460A is extremely close in size to the 235/65/R16 tire which is listed as a fit for these tire chains.
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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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  • 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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