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Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 090

Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 090

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Great for passenger cars with limited wheel-well clearance, these wraparound tire chains are only 9 mm thick. D-shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation. Lowest Prices for the best tire chains from Konig. Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 090 part number TH00023090 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-1624 for expert service.
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Konig Tire Chains - TH00023090

  • Konig
  • Tire Chains
  • Drape Over Tire - Make Connections
  • On Road Only
  • Steel D-Link
  • Deep Snow
  • Class S Compatible
  • Automatic
  • Rim Protection

Great for passenger cars with limited wheel-well clearance, these wraparound tire chains are only 9 mm thick. D-shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation.


Features:

  • Patented self-centering, self-tensioning system
    • Quick, simple installation
      • Loop the chains around the tire and drive off - chains tighten and self-center as wheel spins
    • Perfect fit for your vehicle's tires
  • Low-profile design is made especially for passenger vehicles with limited wheel-well clearance
  • Solid grip on snow and ice
    • Dual-sided, D-shape links for increased traction
  • High-quality manganese nickel alloy steel construction is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Anti-scratch nylon bumpers protect rims
  • Unique, color-coded connection points make installation a snap
  • Plastic-coated tensioning sections won't freeze your fingers like standard, unfinished metal chains
  • Compatible with anti-lock brakes (ABS) and electronic stability control (ESP or ESC) systems
  • Durable storage container, kneeling mat, gloves and mounting instructions included
  • Made in Italy


Specs:

  • Application: 14" - 17" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • Internal clearance required: 9 mm
  • 5-Year warranty


Konig's innovative design makes the CG9 snow chains quick and easy to attach and remove. Once the chain is looped around the tire and the three color-coded connections are made, the patented self-centering, automatic tensioning system takes over, creating a perfect fit as you drive away. You need to get out of the car only once. To remove the chains, simply unhook the connections and unwrap the chains from around the tire.


Konig snow chains are handmade in Italy of hardened manganese nickel alloy steel for ultimate durability. Features include dual-sided, 9-mm-diameter, D-shape links that provide superior traction for excellent grip on snow and ice. Anti-scratch nylon bumpers protect your vehicle's wheel rims.


Included with each pair of chains are mounting instructions, a kneeling mat and a pair of gloves, all packaged in a sturdy container. Konig's CG9 tire snow chains are backed by a 5-year warranty.


CG9 Installation

How to Install the CG9 Snow Chain

  1. Spread the chain around the back of the tire.
  2. Connect the plastic-covered, yellow and blue cable on the back side of the tire.
  3. Pull the chain over the top and around the tire. Connect the red hook to the red loop.
  4. Make the last connection by running the red loop through the buckle and then to the red hook attached to the tensioning cable.
  5. Simply drive forward to activate the patented self-centering, auto-tensioning system to ensure a perfect fit.

How to Choose Snow Chains for Your Vehicle

To choose the right snow chain, you must match your tire size. Those measurements can be found on the side of your tire, as shown below.

Tire size on sidewall

185/60-15

  1. (185) - indicates the width
  2. (60) - gives you the aspect ratio (sidewall height as percentage of width)
  3. (15) - denotes the diameter of the wheel rim in inches




2004205090 Konig CG-9 Snow Chains - Size 090

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These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 195/65-16
  • 195/70-15
  • 195/80-14
  • 205/50-17
  • 205/55-16
  • 205/65-15
  • 205/70-14
  • 215/45-17
  • 215/50-16
  • 215/60-15
  • 225/35-18
  • 225/55-15
  • 235/40-17


Customer Reviews

Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 090 - TH00023090

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (110 Customer Reviews)

Great for passenger cars with limited wheel-well clearance, these wraparound tire chains are only 9 mm thick. D-shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation.

- TH00023090
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GMC Sierra

The Konig self-adjusting tire chains were used on 4 trips to the Sierra Nevada last year in R2 and R3 conditions from Jan-Apr. They installed very quickly and worked flawlessly each time. They have been used twice this season with the same results. They have saved time and worked well.


Comments
Chains have seen 2 more trips to the Sierras this year and still working great in snow and ice. Gets my ‘93 Eurovan up into the high country very nicely. Hoping for more snow and expect them to continue to perform. I do wonder how many seasons I’ll get out of them. It may be time to get another set.
Paul A - 02/12/2021


- TH00023090
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2013 Mazda 3

I bought these chains for my 2013 Mazda 3 for a trip into the mountains. I didn't think I would actually need them that early in the year, but eventually I was required to use them. When I unboxed the chains I was a little puzzled since I ordered 'Thule' chains but received a box labeled 'König'. I was a little afraid having received the wrong product, but apart from the branding the product looked identical to what I ordered and some online research confirmed that Thule and König are associated. Would have been nice to have a notice about that though. I practiced putting on the chains once in best conditions at home. It wasn't really that complicated and the instructions are easy to follow. I'd recommend doing such a practice run though, since you don't want to face this for the first time at the roadside in the snow. A few weeks later I was returning from a trip into the mountains and one pass required chains (or other traction equipment, but for me that meant chains). I got the chains out and went over the instructions again and then started putting the chains on. I was glad I had done the practice run at home and got the chains on fairly quickly without bigger trouble (and I saw plenty of people at the roadside struggling with theirs or paying for that service). With that I made it across the pass. On the other side of the pass I found taking the chains off more troublesome than putting them on. The chains itself worked great and it wasn't a problem to loosen and detach them but it's a little inconvenient since the chains need to be in the right position to come off the wheel (it's all in documented in the instructions though). I guess with a 2nd person directing the driver when to stop it would be very simple, on my own I had to move the car back and forth tiny bits to get the positioning right (i.e. i was jumping in and out of the car moving it a bit and checking tire/chain position).


Comments
Koenig recently purchased the tire chain subsidiary from Thule, the chains are exactly the same. The only difference is the brand name.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 12/01/2018


- TH00023090
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2011 Volkswagen Jetta

We bought the Thule self tensioning chains. We were caught in the recent ice and snow storm that hit northern New Mexico and the pan handle of Texas. We saw over 2" of solid ice on 287 from Dalhart To Amarillo. We would have been one of the hundreds of stranded motorists that night without the tire chanins. Easy to install and de-install. Our chains were installed on a 2011 VW Jetta TDI.


Comments
Hello Lewis,Good day, I have a question for you please?Do you recall if the chains rubbed at all? We have a 2010 VW Jetta TDI Cup Edition with the 17 rim option and very little clearance, so Im concerned that they might rub.Your reply would be quite helpful please.Thank-you,
-- comment by: Mark - 09/06/2014


- TH00023090
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2015 Chevrolet Sonic

Worked well on my 2015 Chevy Sonic RS for a trip to a slick, snow-covered Yosemite. Fit was good for the low profile needed by the sport tires. Harder to untangle than the roll over chains on my last,but simpler to tension and secure loose ends. Sturdy and got the job done!



- TH00023090
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2014 Toyota Avalon

I waited to review the chains until I actually had the opportunity to use them. I drive a 2003 Avalon with front wheel drive. (1) Start with the extremely fast delivery of the chains, couldn't believe how quickly I received my order from e-trailer without having asked for expedited delivery. (2) A bit of advice: Listen to the other reviewers who suggest that one make a practice run at installing them. Don't wait until you are stuck in a storm. They ARE easy to install and take off, but knowing what one is doing really makes a huge difference. (3) I've had the "pleasure" of really needing the chains twice recently. We've had a very snowy/icy winter here in the northeast in early 2014. These chains delivered all they promised, easy on, easy off and great traction in very deep snow and on thick ice.



- TH00023090
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2013 Volkswagen Jetta

This review is after 1 winter of light duty use. *** Overview *** I bought these low-profile chains to fit a 2013 Jetta TDI SportWagen. Ease of use: 3.5 stars Effectiveness: 4 stars Durability: 1 star Ultimately, these did what they were advertised to do. The details below are mostly about the specific combination of these chains with the TDI in icy and packed-snow conditions in Portland, OR. *** Details *** Ease of install is okay. You definitely want to practice a bunch of times before you really need to put them on in the snow. The instructional video is nice. Main complaint is that once they get icy they're a pain to deal with. Much of this is related to the minimal clearance to the wheel wells in the Jetta, and the way they tend to get packed with snow and ice when driving (and also getting your glove-covered hands into the areas they need to go). You'll need something to hack through the ice if you need to put these on and off mid-trip (we mostly use them around town so it's mostly something I can manage in the garage, but I used my ice scraper once... that sucked). As others have noted, you basically need to take them off with the wheel in the same rotational position as it was when you put them on, which is trivial but an unpleasant surprise if you don't know that. Functionally, they provide reasonable traction for my front-wheel-drive TDI. I used only chains on the two drive wheels. Our use case is mostly light snow and ice in the elevations of the city of Portland. They're not going to get you through the rockies, but that's more of a limitation of the car's clearance and FWD and less about the chains. We never got stuck with them, and with careful driving they provided reasonable traction at controlled low speed up and down steep windy concrete and asphalt roads. My main complaint is durability. My TDI has traction control, but has a tendency to be very torquey at low RPMs, like say starting uphill from a stop. This causes initial wheel slippage when facing uphill, and can also cause torque spikes when shifting gears uphill. These low-profile chains can't handle _any_ slippage without breaking links. This is worst if they're still trying to self-tension while they're slipping and catching. The diamond pattern means that they're still reasonably good traction and tension-wise when broken, but they'll hit your wheel wells and drive you crazy. There are replacement links provided, but they're pretty hard to repair on the road---if this is something that you worry about then get some really intense pliers to carry around. Basically, you need to be really gentle during the first 10-20 yards of driving while they self-tension, and you need to control torque to avoid slipping and catching on partially icy pavement. I have snow tires on steel wheels so I wasn't using the rim protectors.



- TH00023090
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I ordered the tire Thule tire chains on a Monday and received them, as scheduled on Wednesday. On Thursday my wife and I did a test install of the self-tensioning chains to make sure we would be able to do it on the side of the road. After watching a video demonstration a couple of times, we were able to install the chain easily and correctly. When we then moved the car a few feet, the self-tensioning mechanism performed exactly as promised. Although we didn't have to use the chains our Christmas drive, it was comforting to know we were prepared! Cathy T. at 'Etrailer' was a great help, knowledgeable about the products, friendly and pleasant to work with.



- TH00023090
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2018 Subaru Impreza

Received chains 3 days after ordering and put them on my 2012 Mazda 3 today with no problems. Will use them when going over the passes around here when chains are required. It's a tight fit but don't think there will any problems as there is 2-3 inches clearance on the front fender and the cable on the back side of wheel should keep it off the brake lines. Will know when it snows. I'll give it a 4 for now as I haven't used them yet.



- TH00023090
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2013 Volvo C30



- TH00023090
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Very easy to put on.



- TH00023090
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Great set of tire chains; once you know how to put them on they are easy on easy off. Just make sure that you do a trial run to put them on and off before you charge up to the snow covered mountains Video is very helpful.



- TH00023090
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Volvo Cross Country

Thank you for a great product. It was delivered promptly and the chains were remarkably easy to install. I watched the videos on your website and practiced installing them before I set out on my cross country trip. I've never installed chains before but they went on perfectly. When it came time to chain up they went on very quickly and I was on my way! Thanks for a great product delivered quickly.



- TH00023090
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2012 Honda Civic

I asked my mechanic to help me put these on my car for the first time. I was pleased to see how easily it will be for me to do. Thank you, Thule, for making a product that I can trust to work well for me and keeping it simple to attach to the tire.



- TH00023090
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GMC Sierra

My rating reflects the simplicity and ease of installing these chains, which I practiced in my driveway during a cool, dry day. The video was clear and only took a couple of minutes. I'm hoping that I won't have to use them, but I have a trip planned in late November that will take me over the Sierra Nevadas. I didn't want to rely on whatever was available on the road. The etrailer customer service was the best that I've experienced on line.



- TH00023090
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2013 Chevrolet Sonic

I hate the idea of putting on chains in the middle of a trip across the mountains, HOWEVER these are fairly easy. The video is an excellent resource.



- TH00023090
by:

Great service, fast delivery and product videos great way to learn about how to install each tire chain unit plus look at the pros and cons of each manufacturers method of attachment.



- TH00023090
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2013 Scion FR-S

The chains arrived just in time to take them with us on our trip north - good timing! I did a couple of trial runs, installing the chains on the tires here at home. They are a quality product and are the easiest tire chains I've installed. Hope I don't have to use them. But it's good to know they're in the trunk if I do. I sure appreciate your prompt service.



- TH00023090
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Used one time and chain broke in two different places. If I didn’t have the right tools in my car I would’ve been stuck and unable to fix the connection points. I love how easy they are to put on but I’m frustrated that I had to fix them on their first use.



- TH00023090
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2014 Toyota Corolla

I received prompt and personal attention over the phone almost immediately after placing my order. My order arrived when expected and in perfect condition.



- TH00023090
by:

I received the chains today. Speedy service. Thank you George and crew. I have done business with you before, and will keep doing business. Excellent Cust. Serv.



- TH00023090
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2011 Volkswagen Jetta SportWagen

Great updates on shipping and customer service even called to make sure I didn't need anything expedited so I wouldn't miss a minute of fun. So far so good.



- TH00023070
by:

Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Well, I would say a little harder to put on correctly than advertised, but I called customer support and they helped me. Also watching all of the videos helped because each one was worded a little differently. Definitely would suggest one or two dry runs before you are in the elements. Important to realize to slide the plastic coated cable to the backside of the tire and center the chains after connecting the plastic coated cable and the small red hook. Once I figured this out I was able to almost perfectly center the chains (at least on one tire). On the other tire I couldn't get it perfectly centered (see photos). After about an 1/8 of a mile of very low speed driving it still didn't center but maybe with more driving at higher speeds it would. Also important to remember to have the yellow end of the chain on your right hand side beofore sliding behind the tire and making the first connection. One question I still have is how tight to pull the tension cable after you put it through the stop device. Every video seems a little bit different as to how tight you pull the cable by hand before connecting it to the tensioning device. As far as taking them off I tried four times to line up my car perfectly so I wouldn't have to drive over the chains after disconnecting them but this was not possible for me. So, with the plastic coated cable on top I just disconnected the connections in reverse and then put all the hooks and components off to the side and drove off/over the chains, which seemed to work fine. Will see how they work in the snow and ice but I'm hopeful they will do well.



- TH00023095
by:

Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Fantastic traction, helped me out big time today in the Rockies. Easier to put on then to take off.



- TH2004205105
by:

Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


We bought these to keep in our Subaru Outback. We already have snow tires but having these handy in case of an emergency or getting through chain checks is really helpful. This is our second set of Konig chains (we also have a set for our other car) and they've been durable and reliable. The shipping is also fast!



- TH00023095
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Overall I’m pleased with the service you provided with one exception. When I looked for chains for my Chevy Volt I thought I was being directed to the correct product but that was not the case. So I had to send the chains back at a cost of about twenty dollars. I do feel that it was your mistake not mine. If not for that you would certainly have received a five star rating.


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    What we've found that is if you check with dealerships near mountain areas that have tire chain requirements they'll have come up with a solution they can safely recommend. We installed the Konig Tire Chains part # TH00023090 on a 2017 Subaru Impreza with tire size 205/70-17 like what you have and we found they fit and worked well. These are Class S compatible which means they do not require much fender clearance. I attached an install video that shows the chains installed on the 2017...
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    We had the chance to install the Thule tire chains part # TH00023090 on a 2017 Subaru Impreza very similar to yours with the same tire size of 205/50-17 and found that they fit and worked really well. See picture. These chains have low clearance requirements, a pattern that allows them to provide great traction, and a 5 year warranty so we recommend them highly for you. Check out the install video I attached to see how the chains install as well.
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