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Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267

Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267

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These durable tire chains are made of a sturdy steel alloy that resists corrosion. D-Shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation. Requires 12 mm of clearance. Lowest Prices for the best tire chains from Konig. Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267 part number TH01594267 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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Konig Tire Chains - TH01594267

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

These durable tire chains are made of a sturdy steel alloy that resists corrosion. D-Shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation. Requires 12 mm of clearance.


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
  • Solid grip on snow and ice
    • Dual-sided, D-shape links for increased traction
    • Double steel plates positioned along center of tread provide excellent grip
  • 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: 15" - 20" tires
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • Internal clearance required: 12 mm
  • 5-Year warranty


Konig's innovative design makes the XG12 Pro 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.


Konig snow chains are handmade in Italy of hardened manganese-nickel alloy steel for durability. The dual-sided, 12-mm-diameter, D-shape links provide superior traction for excellent grip on snow and ice. And anti-scratch nylon bumpers protect your vehicle's wheel rims.


Included with each pair of chains are mounting instructions, a kneeling mat and pair of gloves, all packaged in a sturdy, reusable container.


Quick and easy installation of Konig XG-12 Pro Chains

How to Install the XG12 Pro 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 chains, 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 expressed in inches




2004705267 Konig XG-12 Pro Snow Chains - Size 267

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These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 245/75-17
  • 265/50-20
  • 265/55-19
  • 265/65-18
  • 265/70-17
  • 265/75-16
  • 275/60-18
  • 275/65-17
  • 275/70-16
  • 285/55-18
  • 32/11.5-15

Video of Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Konig XG-12 Pro self-tensioning snow tire chains. Offering the diamond pattern and D-links. Now, the XG-12 Pros are really nice tire chains for several different reasons. They offer the 12 millimeter link. So, it's going to be a pretty good substantial sized link that's going to give us a lot of traction, but overall it doesn't change the ride quality of our vehicle like we see out of some of the much larger links.Then, they are going to be compatible with traction control systems, electronic stability programming, or ESP, and the ESC systems, so you really have no worries there.I also like that they're self centering, and they're self-tensioning, so it's going to eliminate a lot of the need for us to check them constantly, make sure our rubber adjusters are in place, and a lot of the headaches that kind of go along with tire chains, and they're really easy to get put on. You're not going to have to lay down in the ice or the snow, get in behind your tire and make any connections.Another good tip would be just like any other set of tire chains, there's speed ratings on these.

With this particular set of chains, we don't want to exceed 30 or 31 miles per hour.The tensioner has a coating on it, so as we are trying to pull this up, we're not going to have to worry about our hands sticking. Just like the cable we had on the back. In those cold temperatures, if your hands get a little bit wet, we certainly don't want ourselves clinging to them. They try to keep everything that you're going to touch, with a little bit of a coating on it, so you're not going to have to worry about that.You can see the D-link that they're talking about here. Basically, we're going to have a sharp edge on the front and on the back side.

That's going to give us a lot of traction. You'll notice they're going to come across the tire. That's where we get our diamond pattern. They're going to come up and down. Not only does that give us good front and back traction, but it's going to give us good traction side to side.You can see these are also going to run forward and back, so as we're trying to maneuver side to side, we're going to get a good bite and hold on.Now the contact portion of our chain, where they're actually going to be hitting the ground, these are going to be made out of a nickel manganese.

Basically, it's a really strong and extremely corrosion resistant material that we really don't have to worry about for a very long time. Especially on tire chains like this, this probably isn't going to be a daily use situation. More just get them out when you need them. One thing to keep in mind to extend the life of your chains, especially since they're going to be used, probably, in a very salty kind of environment with snow and things like that.It's always a good idea, when you're done using your chains, just hose them off with some fresh water and allow them to dry before putting them back in the box.Now, when deciding which wheels to put your tire chains on, you want to choose your drive wheel. Front wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles are typically going to go on the front.

On your rear wheel drive vehicles, they're going to go on the back. Now, you can use multiple sets. You don't just have to have them on one axle. You can put them on your drive wheels and your steer wheels if you choose, for a little bit of added protection. But, just keep in mind, keep them on your drive wheels. That's where you're going to get the maximum benefit out of them.Now, the self-tensioning aspect is really nice. Of course, after you've first put them on, you drive a little bit, you want to manually check them. But once you're done with that, this is going to apply constant tension to keep these nice and snug on your wheel. That's going to eliminate the need for purchasing a separate rubber adjuster that you'd have to hook on and make sure it's binding everything together.Now when deciding which tire chain is going to be for you, you want to use our fit guide. You're going to put in your tire size and that's going to give you the exact part number to fit that sized tire. If you don't know your tire size, it can be found right on the edge, pretty close to the rim, on the side of your tire. It should start with either a P or an LT.Now we also have a nice storage box that's going to come with the chain kit. Inside, you'll find both of your chains, of course. Let's get it opened up. You're also going to have some gloves to keep your hands nice and you're going to find a kneeling mat. Now, these are pretty thin material. I don't think they're going to last more than one use, so if that's important to you, you might want a pad in the car. You might want some black gloves in the car, just to kind of protect your hands. We're also going to have the repair kit. I think this is pretty nice. You don't see this with all tire chains. Basically, if one of our little links we're to become damaged or something like that, we'll be able to fix it and not just be stranded there on the road.Now while this is a really easy tire chain system to get installed, I highly recommend trying a couple of times before you actually need to. That way, you have a pretty good handle of how they're going to go on the tire. You're not out in a foot of snow trying to get it figured out.The XG-12 Pro tire chains received a lot of good reviews. It's very similar to what SW said, "These chains are worth every penny. Had never used chains before. I was able to get them on my SUV in a mountain pass in five minutes. The roads we're pretty icy and snowy and I had good traction the whole way. I kept my speed at about 30 miles an hour. I would definitely buy these again." After a year, she said, "One year later and still happy with the purchase. Would still definitely recommend these."We've taken a look at a lot of the features. Now, let's take a look at the installation. This is another big benefit to this style of chain. With other styles of chain, you typically have to get in and reach in behind the tire. In this situation, we're not going to have to do that. We don't have to get that dirty. Basically, just going to take the yellow end of our cable. We're going to slide it behind our tire towards the front.Once that comes around, we're going to lift it up, and just in behind our wheel, here. We'll grab the other end of that cable, and bring it up on the back side, then we're going to hook them together. You can see there's a little gap right there. We want to place that down and in, and then pull it to engage it. Just like that. Now, we'll grab this portion of our chain, and we want to pull it around towards the front. Here we've got our little red latch. And, we'll bring our other side around. Now, these will just connect together. They're color coded, so as you go along, you're going to be connecting color to color. We'll kind of let that rest in behind, and continue to pull our chains around.Now, we've got our cable there. We want to place that in. You can see it kind of ratchets. As you pull it, it's going to gain a little bit of tension and it can click in at each of these notches. So, that's going to give us the optimal tension. At that point, we just want to reach up and grab the tensioner, and hook it on. Basically all there is to it. Now, we're going to drive a little bit. We want these chains to settle on the tire and then we're going to check this tension here, again. So, if we need to, we can pull it up another link. The tighter these are, the less movement and play we're going to have and we'll have a better experience with them.Now you'll notice, as we drive, not only do we have the bene fit of the chains that are going to go right under the tread and give us traction, but you can see those little cross bars that we talked about. Those are also going to do a very good job for us.You see, after just a short distance, they've loosened up just a little bit. Our self tensioner are going to do most of the work, but I always like to just give it a little bit of a pull. Get that taut back up.Not only will these chains offer you a lot of traction; side to side and front to back, kind of like we've talked about, but they also do a great job at protecting your rim from damage unlike a lot of other chains. Basically, anywhere that they think this chain might be close to your rim, they put a protector on. You can see the silver here. On our cam lock. Both the inside and outside, they're going to have the little gray pads on there so if that makes contact, we're not going to have to worry about scratching. They're going to provide you with a lot of these little bumpers, or these little cushions. This area here would be the closest point where you see the chain near the rim, so what we can do is just slide this through, and take the other side of our cap. That just gets pressed on, and then on the odd chance that we're to go all the way over and make contact, you can see it's going to be protected.Now, it's always a good idea, once your chains are installed, kind of check around. Just run your hand between your chain and your vehicle. This is going to ensure that you're not too close to anything like maybe, a break line, or an AVS sensor line. As long as your hand will fit in there, all the way around, you should be in good shape. This can be especially important if you're putting them on the front.When you remove your chains, it's a good idea to have your vehicle pretty close to the same area it started. If you remember, when we put these on, we had our catch here at the top, we had our ratchet here at the bottom. So, we'll unhook the tensioner. Press in the silver tab here to release that. We're going to release our upper hook, and if we reach around the back, we kind of lift up on it slightly and we'll be able to release our cable. Now, at that point, they should slide off. It's likely though, as you can see here, you're still going to have a little section underneath your tire, one way or another. So, we can push these off, back up just an inch or so, and those will be free to remove.That will complete our look at the Konig XG-12 Pro self-tensioning snow tire chains.


Customer Reviews

Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267 - TH01594267

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (92 Customer Reviews)

These durable tire chains are made of a sturdy steel alloy that resists corrosion. D-Shape links provide excellent traction. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive for quick, simple installation. Requires 12 mm of clearance.

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I’ve used these a few times on my TRD Pro 4Runner’s Nitto Terra Grappler tires to comply with Yosemite NP’s chain controls. Even in my first practice runs (ALWAYS practice in the warm) they were a straightforward exercise to mount. I’d definitely recommend a gardener’s knee pad for comfort. Keeps me comfortable to take the time for a good mount, a definite plus along with dry knees. They stayed tight with no signs of wear even with some limited bare asphalt miles. The hard carry case makes always having them in the truck a no brainer: and the best chains are the ones in your truck, not on your garage shelf. 726131



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Excellent Service 486611



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Bought more for our other vehicles. 329061



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2002 Ford F-150

I purchased the XG-12 Pro chains for my truck, although I have a 4X4 I live in Alaska, we get frequent ice storms. Rather then beating my truck up I’m using these chains on the back wheels for better traction. Easy to install and adjust in a few minutes I can climb out of my valley with confidence, no more slipping or sliding. I can control my vehicle completely and stay on my side of the road even when being stopped on a slope I can start forward progress without slippage. Once on main roads, only minutes to remove. I’d recommend this product to anyone, was the answer for the issues I encounter in Alaska. Firm traction when I absolutely need it when my all season radials just don’t quite handle the situation. Awesome, easy to handle and reliable chains! 705327



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The directions were confusing at first, but by combining the directions on the case with the ones in the manual it finally made sense. Make sure to wrap the colored end *under* the axle and not over as it appears to be in the directions. Once you figure it out you can have it mounted in a minute or two. Much easier than chains that must be levered closed with air pressure reduced (then re-inflated) for a tight fit. I haven't had the chance to drive with them yet. 238278



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2014 GMC Sierra 1500

This product worked as advertised with the self-tensioning system - don't worry if its not perfectly aligned when you first put them on, but driving a little ways (~25 yards) and it centered on the tires by themselves! I put them on before heading out on the lake for ice fishing and the chains worked great on the ice and snow when pulling the fish house. I'd recommend practicing in the garage at home so you know what you are doing beforehand, especially if gets near zero where you live - but they are easy to put on/off once you've done it. 600731



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The service was very good. The sales people were excellent and genuinely concerned that I get the right fit for my tires. 180618



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2017 Dodge Ram Pickup

After receiving these, I put them on one tire in good weather. My 2012 Ram with 265/70 17 was setting in a gravel driveway. I had the chain on in about two minutes. I have no idea when these will be needed but when the time comes I certainly won't hesitate putting them on. When I drove truck, I hated getting out and chaining up. Nice to be retired. Even nicer not worrying about having to chain up. And if I may, it's nice NOT to see....made in China. Way to go Italy! 59288



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Haven’t used these in the snow yet but practiced putting them on for a road trip up north. Super easy to install, not like other brands I have tried. Feel more confident. 739405



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2019 Jeep Wrangler

Purchased for use of a 2019 JL Wrangler. Seem very high quality, will be trying them out in Montana January 2020. Definitely easy on, easy off install. I would suggest trying them on the vehicle prior to initial use in the intended climate. Right out of the box they were stored appropriately and not tangled. Easy to place back in storage container. Will be purchasing a set for the wife's and in-law's vehicles providing they excel in winter climate, but have no doubts they will. 735030



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Terrible fit - way under sized and over priced. 634858



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Easy to install and they do the job. 605987



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2008 Dodge Ram Pickup

Haven't got to use them yet but they look great and was delivered quickly I am very happy with the service. 596129



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2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Excellent design and materials. Easy installation. Designed to avoid damage to wheels. I anticipate years of use from these chains. Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit 4wd. 265/50 R20. 595136



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2015 Chevrolet Silverado 2500

I received the tire chains in a most timely manner. I tried installing them today and it was a piece of cake. What a deal! 495266



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Does the job. 333150



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As described 60664



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


etrailer shipping was fast (as usual). The chains come in a nice round case to house them when not in use. Instructions are straight forward and so tried them on my van immediately. They work fantastic. Have not had the chance to drive in snow/ice yet but seeing how much engineering has gone into the design/manufacturing of these is impressive. I'm so glad decided to spend a bit more money to get these vs some cheap rattle-prone product. 721797



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


Very easy to install. I love the way these chais are self tensioning. Can’t wait to see how they perform in snow. 450882



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


These are the best chains I have ever purchased. Zero complaints! They are the easiest on/off chains I have ever used. Highly recommended! 311971



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


Although I have not had the opportunity to use the tire chains at this point I did open them and give them a good inspection. I placed the wheel protection buttons on so they are ready to go. I have ordered this type of chain from etrailer in the past and was pleased with the performance. 706270



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


I've used this brand of tire chains for several years. They are the best ever! 607310



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


Purchased these a year ago for my son, his adventures take him into mountainous areas with snow. Easy to put on and easy to take off. These are definitely an excellent purchase. 275295



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


Excellent product and easy to use. Put these on my 2018 Honda Odyssey and fit perfectly. Drove through the snowy mountain roads for a trip to Big Bear Feb 2019 with no problems. Felt like excellent traction. I would recommend practicing putting them on at home in dry conditions so it is easier and faster when you have to put them on during cold snowy conditions. 607252



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Review from a similar Konig XG12 Pro in Tire Chains


This is the second pair of these Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains that I have purchased. Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains are simply the easiest chains I have ever put on. Growing up in the 60's, where every winter chains where needed, it was doable but nothing like the ease in which Konig chains are installed. Tx 602556


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