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Konig K-Summit Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - Self Tensioning - 1 Pair

Konig K-Summit Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - Self Tensioning - 1 Pair

Item # TH02230K22
Our Price: $642.14
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These chains are the perfect solution for cars with limited wheel-well clearance because they are designed to ride solely on your vehicle's tire tread. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive so you don't have to recheck tension. Great Prices for the best tire chains from Konig. Konig K-Summit Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - Self Tensioning - 1 Pair part number TH02230K22 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Konig Tire Chains - TH02230K22

  • Tire Chains
  • On Road Only
  • Clamp Onto Tire
  • Steel D-Link w Ice Spikes
  • Deep Snow
  • Ice
  • Automatic
  • Class S Compatible
  • Rim Protection
  • Konig

These chains are the perfect solution for cars with limited wheel-well clearance because they are designed to ride solely on your vehicle's tire tread. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive so you don't have to recheck tension.


  • Provides excellent traction in snow and ice
    • Square links dig in and provide good grip - small size makes for a less bumpy ride
    • Diamond pattern offers constant traction and a smoother ride than ladder patterns
    • Traction plates bust ice apart
  • Made for passenger vehicles with limited wheel-well clearance
    • Meets SAE Class S standards
    • Creates zero interference behind the wheel
  • Automatically tightens around tire as you drive - no need to stop and tension
    • Securely attaches to wheel lug nut for installation
    • Maintains grip on tire thanks to strong materials and geometric design
  • Removes quickly with external release system
    • Sturdy arms can be folded for compact storage
  • Offers protection for wheel rims - chains sit on tire treads only, leaving wheels untouched
  • Includes nylon storage bag and 2 lug nut adapters (19 mm and 21-22 mm)


  • Application: 13" - 18" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Lug nut/bolt size: 19 mm and 21 to 22 mm
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • Internal clearance required: 0 mm
  • 5-Year warranty

Note: To determine whether you can use snow chains on your vehicle, or if they might affect your ABS/EPS functionality, consult your owner's manual.

If you're looking for a way to get traction in the snow without scratching your rims, these K-Summit chains are your best option. The chain only sits on the tire tread and is fastened to one of the lug nuts on your wheel with an easy-to-use fixing key. There are no attachments behind the wheel like typical tire chains, which ensures that there is no interference with any suspension or braking components on the inside of the wheel well. You won't have to stop and readjust these chains either - they self-tension, self-center, and conform to the tire perfectly as you drive, providing a precise fit even on worn tires. These chains are ideal for use in light snow and ice.

Class S Designation

SAE Class S tire chains are designed for use on passenger vehicles with restricted wheel-well clearance. Most newer cars, vans, and small trucks - especially those with large aftermarket tires - will require Class S chains. If you're unsure about the class of your vehicle, consult your vehicle's owner's manual.

SAE Class S Clearance Diagram

These chains will fit your tires provided there is both:

  • A - a minimum of 1.46" (37 mm) between the top of the tire tread and the wheel well
  • B - at least 0.59" (15 mm) between the tire's sidewall and the vehicle

Confirming Your Fit

If you know your tire size, you may think you won't need to test fit your new chains. But there are a lot of variables that can affect whether chains will fit your specific tires, including your tire type, the amount of air pressure in the tire, the amount of tread wear, and the tire manufacturer.

We recommend that you order chains as early in the season as possible to give yourself plenty of time to test fit the chains and reorder if needed. This way, you wont be stuck out in the cold later with snow cables that don't fit.

You can test fit these chains in your garage or driveway, but you'll want to wait until there's snow on the ground to actually drive with them. Likewise, if you're out in the snow and come across bare pavement, you'll want to pull over and remove the chains. Even these low-profile chains can cause damage to the bare pavement, your garage floor, or your vehicle if they break from the wear of riding on a harsh surface.

Installing Tire Chains

Because these chains are customizable, the first fitting could take a little time but after that, it's simple. The included instructions will let you know if you need to adjust the chains based on your tire size.

Remove lug cover if present

1. To begin installation, you'll need access to your wheel's lug nuts. If you have a plate covering your lug nuts, pop it off using either the included Allen key or a flathead screwdriver.

Determine size of lug nuts

2. Determine which lug nut adapter you'll need to fit over the nut on your wheel. Attach that adapter to the included fixing key. The most commonly used adapters are included.

Lay chains over tire thread

3. Fit the chain over your wheel, getting it as far onto the tire as possible.

Tighten lug nut adapter

4. Using the fixing key, thread the included bolt into the adapter. The other end of the fixing key will attach to the K-Summit base, which includes the ratcheting mechanism that tensions the chains as you drive.

The adapter secures over your lug nut to hold the K-Summit base in place on your wheel. You might need to use the included spacer to get the chains to sit properly.

Quick Tips:

  • Lengthen the life of snow chains by drying them after each use before you store them.
  • Check out our installation kit with safety lights and a kneeling pad (PO34FRK) to make things a little easier when you're installing chains out in the snow.

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.

Tire size on sidewall


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

2004505722 Konig K-Summit Snow Chains - Size K22

Replaces 02230K22

Installation Details TH02230K22 Installation instructions

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 175/55-17
  • 175/60-16
  • 175/70-15
  • 175/75-14
  • 185/60-16
  • 185/65-15
  • 185/70-14
  • 185/80-13
  • 195/55-16
  • 195/60-15
  • 195/70-14
  • 195/75-13
  • 205/40-18
  • 205/45-17
  • 205/60-15
  • 205/65-14
  • 205/70-13
  • 215/45-17
  • 215/50-16
  • 215/55-15
  • 225/30-19
  • 225/35-18
  • 225/55-15
  • 225/60-14
  • 235/35-18
  • 235/40-17
  • 235/45-16
  • 235/50-15
  • 245/35-18
  • 245/45-16
  • 245/50-15
  • 265/30-18
  • 265/35-17
  • 265/40-16
  • 265/45-15
  • 275/35-17
  • 275/40-16
  • 275/45-15
  • 285/30-18

Customer Reviews

Konig K-Summit Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - Self Tensioning - 1 Pair - TH02230K22

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (136 Customer Reviews)

These chains are the perfect solution for cars with limited wheel-well clearance because they are designed to ride solely on your vehicle's tire tread. Chains automatically tighten and align as you drive so you don't have to recheck tension.

2016 Mini Cooper

This is an update to the review for the 2017 MINI Cooper with 205/45-17 tires. By taking off both spacers (red and silver), I was able to get the chains to center on the tire - I might even be able to put one of the chain tightening screws back on, maybe more as the tread wears down. So I think they're going to work well this winter. I'll bump the review up to five stars when I can figure out how to get them to easily fit into the carrying case.



These worked great. The first time I used them, I didnt tighten the screw enough and one of the chains came off while driving. But after learning to tighten them enough, I had no problems. It was a mild winter, but at least I know that driving 20 miles in 5 of unplowed snow up the mountain highway isnt a problem. And I finally figured out how to get them back into the case.

Chevrolet Colorado

These are adapters to allow the associated chain set fit some uncommon tire lugs. The adapters work flawlessly. Ordered them for the chain set as the rims on my vehicle require them. Fit perfectly as did the chains after adjustment.

However, I don't know how well they actually work on snow and ice. Based on experience with a number of other chain sets I see no reason to doubt their reliability and efficiency.

Backstory: Ordered a set for a trip to Colorado over Christmas & New Year's as we were expecting snow and ice as we were planning to travel to Estes Park, Denver, Colorado Springs, Salida, Buena Vista, Leadville, etc. Received our order quickly and correctly. Tried chains on tires and made fitting adjustments per instructions for exact tire size. Played with the chains a few times to make sure I knew how to get them deployed quickly. They are extremely easy to put on once they are adjusted. Watch the video - it really is that easy.

Fast forward a few weeks, we went on our trip. Got not much more than a dusting the whole trip and never had to put the chains on.

Meanwhile, back home, there were something like 129,000 poor bxxxxxxs waiting for the roads to be cleared and power to be restored from the huge ice and snow storms.

At the end of our trip we drove home over clear roads surrounded by big piles of plowed snow. Arrived home to find our neighbors huge tree uprooted and blown over. We didn't receive any damage. Next day got the hound out of doggie jail pretty much as if nothing had happened.

I like these chains!


I received excellent service from William at He promptly answered my questions and took my order. The tire chains were shipped the same day and delivered as promised. Kudos to etrailer for their customer service.


Received my Konig K-Summit "K-79's" today. Made the adjustments for my 2023 RAM 1500 Limited tire (285/45/22). Test fitted the Chains as requested. I found the installation easy and straight forward. Hoping things go well in the snow if needed.


So far so good. I’m waiting for snow before I give 5 stars.
It’s recommended you fit the chains before you actually need them to get familiar with the innovative design. I had to remove all 5 yellow bolts since my wheels are larger. Keep the extra hardware but you won’t need them unless you change cars.
Once fitted you’re good to go.
Wear gloves to mount them in about 5 minutes.



I'm going to start this off by saying they were a bit on the pricey side. But then I'm going to say that they were definitely worth it. They are easy to put on and take off. They hold very securely, and they handle magnificently. I spent last winter driving over the Donner Summit in California every single weekend and the chains kept my Lexus in complete control the entire time. I would definitely buy them again.


Purchased these awesome chains because my 2019 traverse has custom wheels (wider) so traditional chains/cables that wrap around the wheels would cause damage to my brake components. The instructions in the manual can be a little confusing but read and watch the tutorial video and you'll be good to go. I had to remove the exact amount of bolts from the chains it recommended in the manual for my wheels, 5 if I remember correctly. After a couple dry runs installing/removing at home I was ready for big bear. The family and I spent Thanksgiving up on big bear and yes, it snowed A LOT!! The chains worked great and along with a lot of looks from other drivers, I even got compliments from the locals there that obviously are used to driving with chains. When it came time to take them off halfway down the mountain, it was super fast and easy I was done in no time. NOTE: the bolt that goes over the lug nut leaves an indentation on your lug nuts, especially if your vehicle has the chrome finished ones like mine does. Have to buy a new set of front wheel lug nuts and use the old ones for when we drive up to the snow again and use these cool chains!


etrailer website says Konig K-Summit XXL KON84FR (K78) is VERIFED TO FIT 2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer with 285/44r22 tires. See screenshot.

After receiving Chains, manual clearly states K79 is REQUIRED to fit 285/44r22 tires. See attached manual pic with highlights.

Also, Konig's website also states K79 is needed. See website screenshot attached.

etrailer does not carry the K79 chains. Also, charged me a ~$xx restocking fee to send back the "Confirmed fit" ones they sent that DO NOT fit.

Any other 2022+ Grand Wagoneer owners with 285/44-25 tires, be warned!


So these are really expensive but there weren't a lot of options for my wide 22" tires. Are they worth it? Absolutely! These are my first chains so I wasn't sure what to expect, but once you make the initial size adjustments, it is super easy to get these on! I've seen other cars on the side of the road struggling to get their traditional chains on, where you have to lay down the chains, drive over, then wrap them around the tire and secure them.

With these, I just unfold them, push them onto the tires as far as they will go over the top and front and back, and slowly drive forward until they auto-adjust in place. A quick stop to double-check and make sure they are on all the way, and off I go.

Love them!


These chains are clearly a return item. Links removed, dirty, AND they are missing the most essential adapters which I confirmed twice with support and the manufacturer that they included the 17mm, 19, and 21/22mmm. It its the new universal U-Adapter that's fine, but one has 3 grips and the other chain has 5. Clearly a mismatch and neither fit my 17MM lugs. We need to process an RMA/Return and IF you can verify a brand new FULLY outfitted kit I will accept that replacement.


Fits tight as a drum! The K44 is nice and snug on my 19’s. Kinda nervous about the stress on the tensioning strap and lug nut clinchers, but these things will be sweet if the Engineers did their job right! Only plan to use these for a few miles at a time, so if all goes well they’ll last me a good long while


Stay the away from this dangerous, poorly designed, incredibly overpriced, disaster waiting to happen, product.
After following etrailers tire size calculator I ordered the K Summit chains for my Mercedes AMGGLC 43. I live full-time in a Mountain Community at 6000 feet and I’ve had many vehicles and experiences with tire chains and cables. I ordered these chains because of their supposed efficacy with high-performance vehicles with low profile tires, etc. Despite adequate practice pre-storm, by myself and both my sons who are in their 20’s, these over priced dangerous pieces of garbage failed on December 20, 2020 during a blizzard in our community while trying to get my sons to the airport. The right sided chain disappeared after less than 2 miles of driving and we were left stranded in a ditch on the wrong side of the road for days before our vehicle could be towed out due to the high demand in the area. I have been driving in snow conditions since I was a teenager, I am now 65. I have driven in worse conditions with 2 Wheel vehicles with regular chains and rarely failed to get home or around when I needed to. My Mercedes AMG has traction control, all wheel drive, slippery mode, and can be raised to avoid obstacles. Nonetheless, in this unusual freak blizzard, when I needed a chain product the most, these failed me and my family miserably. Their customer support consisted of a never ending chain of transfers from one person or department to another, and to this day I’ve never received a refund or gotten satisfaction. If I could’ve burned the remaining K summit chain I would’ve, but I had to settle for the pleasure of throwing the remaining one away in the expensive case it came in. Do yourself and anyone else you know who is shopping for chains a favor and warm them away from this failure prone overpriced piece of junk. RRT.


Awesome grip. Easy to put in and take off. Great for low-clearance (oversized) wheels. Worth the price.


The Konig self-tensioning snow chains I purchased were easy to install and worked great. However, I only used them once as a test to check them out. It had snowed just before I received them so the timing was great. I live in an area (East Tennessee) that has steep grades so I tested the chains on the grades-forward and backward while moving, stopped on the steepest grade and able to drive away without slipping, and effective when stopping. The chains were also easy to remove. I've done a lot of driving in the snow all over the US and also in Canada using a variety of chains including ice chains with v bars. The Konig chains were by far the easiest chains I've ever had to install. Incidentally, I have a Trail Rated 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited vehicle which I believe worked nicely to enhance the capabilities of both the Jeep and the chains.


Fantastic product! The chains were easy to set up and install on my Audi Q7. They worked perfectly.

You will never find better customer service than what I received from and Konig (Pewag). I wish all companies were that good!


They worked good. I tried them a couple times before really needing them. One came off in trial run. The part that goes over the lug needs to be tightened correctly and kept on straight (and be sure to tighten until the wrench clicks) and then not over tighten rachet. I would recommend. I can use this set on multiple vehicles by adding screw tensioner or removing.


Customer service and shipping were spot on. Product is very sturdy, and a little quirky to adjust, but with a short test around the block worked extremely well. Instructions are for a slightly different, earlier model, but adequate. I would recommend if you must have chains for a high performance vehicle.


Great customer service! Was able to get a replacement bag that was broken for the tire chains and it came in a week. Thank you for promptly addressing.


Fits my Tesla Model Y perfectly and so easy to install compared to other chains! Best of all, it won't damage my rims


These are definitely the easiest chains to install that I've owned. It took some practice to get the lug install part of the tensioning system right, but it works pretty well once I had the process down. I like that I have the option to get another pair in the future since there is no clearance issue on my front end like with traditional chains.


I love these chains! I purchased them for a BMW X7 M50i, tire size 275/40r22 in front, 315/35r22 rear. The close fit of the chains fits my snow tires without causing damage to the vehicle or tires. It took a bit to figure out installation - the included directions remind me of IKEA instructions (few words, over simplified pictures). The online videos were the most helpful helpful for set-up/fit adjustment and installation. Also, be sure to get the ratchet assembly as close to flush with the wheel as possible. The chains won’t tighten properly if you fail this step. It took a few attempts to get them on the first time because of the learning curve. And still, it was maybe an hour from start to finish, including the removal of screws and changing the lug nut spacer to customize the fit. Once I had that done, actual installation was maybe 5 minutes. I had to drive further than 5 feet to achieve self-tightening (the videos don’t show this), and definitely check that they are secure before driving at speed. Overall, I am confident I can install these alone in adverse weather conditions, should the need arise. I plan to purchase more for other vehicles.


Super easy to install during a test run. Haven't needed them yet, but when it comes to snow chains, better safe than sorry.


Very unique design. Do set them up and put them on before you really need them. The screws that adjust the size do take some time to remove. Unlike others, I had few to no issues getting them off. They fit snuggly on my tires. They were a little hard to get off after releasing the tension, but I guess that is good too. I will have to wait until I need them to put them to the ultimate test.


Fit my Tesla model Y front tires well.
out in a single day and arrived the next with 1 day shipping!


I'm giving these four stars as I haven't tried them in snow. I bought them in Spring to save a few $$.

The instructions are a little weird as the English translation isn't great and the pics are unclear in a few places. The instruction videos on etrailer are very helpful.

You MUST set these up before you need to use them as they have to be sized to your specific tire dimensions and lug nut.

The tightening wrench has a torque setting. When you fit the lug nut connection you tighten until you hear a click. It ends up really tight and took a little work to remove.

After the lug connection is on, you tighten a ratchet before rolling the vehicle to complete installation. I didn't notice at first you only tighten until you see a line of red stitching. Because of that the chain didn't go on property. I reset and tried again and all was fine.

These go on very tight. At least if you follow instructions to the letter.

Hope they do what I need them to do in winter.

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