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Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on the 2012 Subaru Outback Wagon, we're going to show you the Glacier Cable snow tire chains, part number PW1038. Now, for reference, we're working with a tire size, today, of P225/60/R17. This is what the chains look like when they're installed on a tire. Let's go ahead and take a little bit detail here. First off, this is all constructed out of cables. You've got one durable cable all around on the outside, here, and one on the inside as well. All of these cables are constructed from a durable, low carbon steel. Same thing with the cross bar going across the tire.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2010 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today we're going to review part number Pw1038. This is the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains. Now we'll take a closer look here at the 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 will resist snow and ice for a very long time.
Thule CS10 Tire Chains Review - 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon we'll be installing the Thule Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains, part number TH00204104. The size tire that we'll be installing our tire chains on today is a 225/60-R17. We've gone ahead and laid our tire chain out here on the floor. Next we'll go ahead and take the one end here that has the yellow on it and the blue cable, go ahead and feed that in from the backside of the tire forward. We'll then reach up underneath. We'll go ahead and put the two halves together.
Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon, we'll be installing the Glacier tire chains, part number PW1038. Now, the Glacier tire chains that we'll be installing today are an SAE Class S tire chain and they do meet Department of Transportation requirements in all states. These tire chains are designed to work on either a front or a rear-wheel drive vehicle. Now the size tire that we're going to be installing these chains on today is a 225/60/R17. We've already gone ahead and laid out our tire chains here. Let's go ahead and point out a couple things before we stick it up on the tire. This side here is the little hook portion that we want to make sure is facing out away from the tire.
Titan Chain Twist Link Tire Chains Review - 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon, well be installing the Titan Twist Link Snow Tire Chains, part number TC1138. These are SAE class S chains. Well be installing these tire chains on tire size 225/55-17. Well be installing the tire chains on the backs of the tires. Well begin our installation by first laying the tire chain flat out on the ground to undue any kinks or tangles. This will ensure that the tire chain will fit correctly around our tire. Now at the 12:00 position, we can pick up the tire chain and drape it over the tire, making sure the hooks are facing outward.
Pewag Snox Pro Snow Tire Chains Review - 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2006 Subaru Outback Wagon, we'll be installing the Pewag Snox Pro Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chain, part number PWSXP560. These are SAE Class S chains. We'll be installing these tire chains on tire size 225-55/17. Now since this vehicle is all-wheel drive, we'll be installing the tire chains on the back set of tires. We'll first begin our installation by grabbing the chain by the red bungee which goes around the back side of the tire. We'll pull the chain out, making sure it is on the outside, making sure that large plastic Pewag symbol is at the 12:00 position on the backside of the tire. We'll need to press in the red button here on this buckle which will release the silver piece from the locking mechanism. This will give us that extra slack when we're positioning the tire chain around the tire.
Thule CL10 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon with tire size P22560R17 well be installing the Thule CL10 Tire Chains using part number TH04255104. All well need to do is lay the chain out on the floor and running from the back of tire toward the front well run the blue cable around the inside of the tire. We then grab the cable at both sides of the tire and bring it up around from the inside toward the top of the tire where we can then make our connection. Well then drape the chain over the tire allowing the blue cable to fall towards the inside of the tire. Here on the outside well use the red chain link as well as the red hook on either side of the chains to make our connection here on the outside at the top of the tire. Well then continue to let the chain drape over the tire towards the bottom of the tire where well then take our cable and run it through the chain tensioner pulling it taunt where well then move up to the tension assembly and bringing the tension assembly down and hook it to the cable.
Thule CG9 Snow Tire Chains Review - 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon
Today on our 2011 Subaru Outback Wagon with tire size 22560R17 well be installing the Thule CG9 Tire Chains part number TH00023104. Now this is a very simple tire chain to install. Well simply slide the chain from the rear toward the front of the vehicle around the inside of the tire. Well then grab the blue cable on both sides of the tire and bring it up around towards the top of the tire and hook it together. Well then allow the blue cable to move towards the inside of the tire and well grab the chain where we can then make our connection using the red eyelet loop and red hook to connect it together here on the outside. Well then bring the chain around the tire evenly toward the bottom here on the outside.
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