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Titan Chain Cable Snow Tire Chain Review - 2006 Honda Odyssey
On this 2006 Honda Odyssey, we're going to review and install the Titan Cable Snow Tire Chains, part number TC1042. Now the tire size we're working with today weigh 235 by 65 by 16. All right, this is what our snow chains and our rubber adjusters look like when it's installed on our Honda Odyssey. This is good for vehicles with limited clearance between the tire and the bodywork, and the tire and the suspension components behind it. If we take a look at this crossbar right here, this pattern is a ladder pattern, so the chain looks like a ladder when it's completely flat. These rollers can move around and dig into the ice and snow, and work with the tire as needed. Now these are a great snow chain to keep in the back of the vehicle to get yourself out of a jam. These are designed for heavy snow and ice use. These chains are also DOT approved.
Titan Chain Diamond Snow Tire Chains Review - 2006 Honday Odyssey
On this 2006 Honda Odyssey, we're going to review and do a test of a titan chain alloy snow tire chains. Part number, TC1555, and for reference, we're working with tire size today of 235 by 65 by 16. First of, go ahead and look at the chain that sits on top of the tire. This is a low-profile class S chain which is good for vehicles with limited clearance between the tire and the body-work and also suspension for the respondent tire. The pattern on the chain is a diamond pattern here, but you can see one part of the diamond right here, then there is a short space and then another diamond pattern below and has repeated all the way around the tire. This gives a little bit more smoother ride compared to a regular latter type of a snow chain. The links themselves have angles on them except for inaudible 00:00:55 rounded. That gives a little better grip into ice and snow. This also has a built-in tensioner with this shock cord right here.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2006 Honda Odyssey
On this 2006 Honda Odyssey, we're going to review and test fit the Glacier Cable snow tire chains, part number PW1042. For reference, we're working with a tire size of 235 X 65 X 16. This is what the snow chains look like when it's installed on our tire. We also have our rubber adjusters put on as well. Right now these chains DOT approved, so this is the best type of chains to get yourself out of a jam when you're going down the road. This is great for snow conditions and light ice conditions as well. This is what's called a ladder style, which every so often youve got a bar going across the tire, looks like a ladder when its laid out flat. We'll take a closer look at the crossbar, thats this component here.
Glacier Square-Link Snow Tire Chains Review - 2006 Honda Odyssey
On this 2006 Honda Odyssey we're going to review and do a test-it of the Glacier Snow Tire Chains, part number PWPLC1142. We're working with a tire size of 235/65-16. This is what our snow chains looks like when it's installed on our Honda Odyssey. Other things to know about our chains is that they're Class S compatible, it is designed for vehicles with limited clearance between the chains and the bodywork and also from the tire and the suspension components as well. This is our crossbar right here, with a closer look at the links of the inaudible 00:00:40 profile. At the corners of the links here on the links themselves, on the outside edges that meet the ice and snow, have angles to them so they'll grip in nice, instead of the conventional round chain. This is a ladder style chain, it's laid out flat, the chains actually look like a ladder.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2015 Honda Odyssey
Today it is 2015 Honda Odyssey, we're going to show you part number: PW1046. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. Now, working with tire size of 235 by 65 by 17. This is a inaudible 00:00:16 chains to keep in the back of your vehicle in the winter months. These are the light duty variety, these are great to have with you in case you get into jams, such as really icy conditions, if you got a really long hill, while your car is spinning, you can have this to help you get up the hill. Let's go ahead and put them on our tire, it's always a good idea to do this before you actually need them so you're familiar. Take a look at the crossbar, there's printing on the bottom where it says, "tire side," so you want this part sitting on the tire. Before you put it on the tire, on other thing to note is that these catches right here, always start off going towards the front of the vehicle.
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.
Today on this 2014 Honda Odyssey we're going to install part number PW2016C. This is a Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. It's a good idea to go ahead and get familiar with the snow tire chains before you actually need them, like we're doing here. Also, as for reference, we're working with tire size of P23565R by 17. Let's go ahead and take a quick look. First off, with the part number you get two chains and also, there's a left and a right hand side to them. We'll take a look at this one over here.
Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Snow Tire Chains Review - 2014 Honday Odyssey
Today on this Honda Odyssey, we're going to install part number TC1555, the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains with the Diamond Pattern. Let's put it over the top of the tire. We'll pull out the top part of the chain. It will connect yellow to yellow right here. Then we'll take the part with the yellow here, the cable, we'll push that towards the back side of the tire. These little, sharp bars here should be roughly over the center of the tire. At the bottom of the tire here, we'll pull out the rest of the components of our chain.
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.
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.
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