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Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair

Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair

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Titan Chain Tire Chains - TC2323

  • Tire Chains
  • On Road Only
  • Drape Over Tire - Make Connections
  • Steel Square Link
  • Deep Snow
  • Assisted
  • Titan Chain
  • Class S Compatible
  • No Rim Protection

These square-link, diamond-pattern tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice for vehicles with limited wheel well clearance. Made of a durable and corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation.


  • Sturdy, durable alloy tire chains give you extra traction in snow and ice
  • Square links form cross chains
    • Great traction in snow
    • Excellent grip and stopping power on ice
    • Small link size contributes to a smooth ride
  • Diamond-pattern chains offer more tire coverage
    • Increased traction and stopping power when driving forward and during turns
  • Quick and simple manual installation with assisted adjustment
    • Integrated tensioners let you control the fit of your chains
  • Manganese nickel alloy construction is exceptionally strong, durable, and rust resistant
  • SAE Class S chains are designed for vehicles with restricted wheel well clearance
  • Reusable plastic storage case included


  • Application: 16" - 20" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Link thickness: 0.145" (3.7 mm)
  • Maximum speed rating: 30 mph
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • 30-Day limited warranty


Installation Step 1

1. Spread the chain around the back of the tire.

Installation Step 2

2. Connect the yellow and blue cable at the back of the tire.

Installation Step 3

3. Push the cable into place behind the tire and center the cross chains on the tire's tread. Then, on the front side of the tire, join the 2 ends of the yellow side chain using the green hook.

Installation Step 4

4. Feed the silver draw chain with the rubber tensioner through the red channel at the bottom and pull it tight. Then run the tensioner through the red rings. (Note: Depending on your tire size, you might not be able to thread through both rings.) Pull the tensioner across the tire and fasten it to the yellow chain on the opposite side.

Installation Step 5

5. Pull your vehicle forward and retighten the chain.

Class "S" Designation

SAE Class "S" tire chains are designed for use on vehicles with restricted wheel well clearance. Certain newer cars, vans and small trucks, especially those with large, aftermarket tires, may require Class "S" chains.

SAE Class S Clearances

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 itself.

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


  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

2323 Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Square Links - Light Trucks - One Pair

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 225/75-17
  • 235/65-18
  • 235/75-17
  • 245/50-20
  • 245/60-18
  • 245/70-17
  • 245/75-16
  • 255/50-19
  • 255/65-17
  • 255/70-16
  • 265/45-20
  • 265/70-15
  • 275/55-17

Customer Reviews

Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair - TC2323

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1283 Customer Reviews)

These square-link, diamond-pattern tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice for vehicles with limited wheel well clearance. Made of a durable and corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation.

2021 Toyota Tacoma

Loved these chains. Got them for my father-in-law who drives a 2021 Toyota Highlander Hybrid AWD. I gifted him some winter tires since he drives up north during winter and comes across lots of rain/snow. Ended up buying him these chains when I borrower his car for a trip to Big Bear Lake here in SoCal during Feb 2021. I would definitely recommend getting winter/snow rated tires and getting these chains as added security. We ended up using the chains for about 20% of our trip and even though you might think that's not a whole lot I can tell you for a fact that if we didnt have these chains we would have had to park the car about a 100yards away from the Cabin we rented and had to have walked in 20 degree weather. Cabin was up on a hill and road was pretty icy. Now Im looking to get a set for my 4x4 Tacoma. Friends call me crazy for wanting to get chains for a proper 4x4 truck but I rather have it and not need it then need it and not have it.
Side Note: I recommend putting the chains on and off a few times at home to get used to how everything works so when its cold/snowing you can properly put them on and not risk rushing and messing something up.

2012 Nissan Titan

I woke to an unusual 7- 12 in's. of wet heavy snow... Power out all over and needed to help friends get winter storm supplies, cooking stove propane, water, ice for coolers etc... After going over the Sierra's about a year previously with my son in a different vehicle and having to chain up, I got to see how relatively easy they went on and how they got us over the mountain. I live in the valley so this kind of purchase was something I thought would only come in handy in mountain travel something I usually wouldn't do. I decided to purchase a set of Titan Alloy Snow Tire Chains and adjusters just to be prepared as you never know what’s coming... I'm glad I made the purchase! Maneuvering around in the approx. 8 inches was simple and when I needed to go through deeper piles they got me there without a problem. Grown up in a snow country and having put on traditional chains these were so less complicated to install. Driving below or no more than the recommended speed made drive in a difficult situation easier.

2021 Hyundai Palisade

Haven't gotten to drive on them in snow. But out of the box, they are a pain to deal with. Spent 30 mins untangling the damn thing as it managed to loop thru itself, like a wonderful fishing line. I've had and used several cable and chain style snow-chains and these were the worst. Can't wait to put them on while it's snowing! Too late to return. Last rant is the "locking" mechanism doesn't inspire confidence as it feels like a chain you'd hang a picture with... Will definitely be using a separate chain tensioner.

2010 Chevrolet Tahoe

I totally enjoy this snow chains... First of all the price is great... Second the case for the chains are totally awesome it has some much room that you can put more stuffs in it like working gloves and knee pads for travel in the snow again... Third the colors on the chains and the instructions were so simple that all it took me to watch the video demonstration and kazame ..! I am on it... Fourth the time it took me to put it on we're so fast that I timed myself on the first try... Less than 6 minutes and I wasn't even trying because it was that simple... I loved this design of putting on the snow chains that I bought two cases of it so that my family could use it too... I had bought others in the past and it was too difficult due to required when putting it on... Like lasy weekend I use it in the south Lake Tahoe for my family vacation and when I actually excited to use it to show my wife this is a great product to invest in but she just said, "it is still the same as other as she could see." Oh man, can't wait to prove her wrong... As we reach to the area where snow chains are require, I was saying to myself now watch your hubby be back in the flash... I told her to look at the other drivers that were there sometime before me that were trying to put on some Walmart brands (wire/chain) snow chains and as I got out of the car...once I Open the case with all the extra stuffs I put in like gloves and knee pads; the snow chains were on like in 10 minutes and when I got back in the car... My wife said, "what..?" She was in shock of how fast and quick that on her face the expression of are you sure you put it on at all... Cause the other drivers are still trying to communicate with their wives to driving forward over the chains and turn the tires outward blah blah... I said, "yep, I did." From that point on my wife never question me about the chain ... And yes we reach to Lake Tahoe safely and especially in great time too... Thanks for making this wonderfully simple and yet strong design snow chains... Peter -ca 12/1/2016 Thursday


Practice makes perfect. Practice in garage before attempting in snow or ice. After putting chains on, back up or pull forward and check tension.


Purchased these for a winter trip over some mountain passes. I did not end up using them. But, I test fit them before leaving and was pleased with ease of installation and fitment on my Suburu Ascent.


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Exactly what I needed for my vehicle that has very little wheel well clearance. I will be driving in the Rockies a fair amount this winter and even though my AWD vehicle is great in most snow conditions, I got these "just in case." It's one of those safety/survival products I prefer to never use, but if really needed they'll be worth their weight in gold. These are easy to put on. I did practice a couple of times so I won't be doing it for the first time outside in a blizzard in the dark. The sturdy carrying case has room for a few additional survival items and stores easily under a seat or in a panel compartment. If nothing else, the peace of mind is well worth the price.

2013 Ford Explorer

Informative Product listings on the website provides no surprises once the product is received.


Chains fit as expected and were easy to install. Haven't used them yet but am thankful to have them when we do need them. I have ordered other parts from etrailer and have been very pleased with quality and service!

2009 Honda Ridgeline

Just came today, didn't have time to check the fit yet. It looks exactly like the website shows. The carrying case looks very sturdy and will keep things organized.


Great experience and your site runs well. It was easy to use and you have great detail around the fit and installation of the chains.


These come in a great storage case and go on easily. I practiced putting them on in my driveway so the first time I did it wasn’t in the snow and the dark on the side of the road. I have a Subaru so won’t likely need them, but have to carry them by state law.


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2001 Pontiac Bonneville

I bought these tire chains just in case it was snowing the day of my daughter's wedding in Incline Village, NV in mid November. I drove trucks for 37 years and decided long ago it is better to have chains and not use them as opposed needing them and not having them. etrailer sent me the right product in a timely manner. They fit my car and are easy to install (tried them on in the driveway to understand installation rather than learning in cold, wet snow). I did not have to use them for the wedding but think they would perform well for my driving. I like the minimal clearance necessary for installation to save beating up my car!


Good chains. Went on really fast. I really like the carrying case that they came in. They didn't seem too snug and made a lot of noise on the road at 25 mph. Stopped a few times to check if everything was ok... They were fine. The rubber tightener wasn't that tight and I was afraid that it might come off. It didn't.
Ultimately everything was fine and the chains are really good quality.
Shipping was good. Less than a week. I like the tracking feature.
My friend was using new cables and they looked pretty raggedy when we arrived at the ski resort. Mine still looked good. Pretty sure these are going to last a while.


Work great

Chevrolet Tahoe

I was recently (February 2019) in the Lake Tahoe / Mammoth Mountain areas. I'm 52 years old and I was traveling alone. I used these chains multiple times during my trip. Even in 5 or so inches of snow with icy conditions, I had no problem installing them and removing them. I shortened the Tensioner chain a couple of links to tighten them up. Other that that, no adjustments were needed.

I am so glad you can install them without having to drive on them first. I had no need for anyone to help me. I recommend them!! Especially if you're alone.


I received them today haven't had a chance to use them. I will do a follow up when I do!


They worked perfectly!


My first set of chains and have not used them yet. However my purchases experience was great. Vicki was helpful and very pleasant. She seemed knowledgeable about the product.


Awesome awesome service and received order a day earlier than estimated. That was a lifesaver given I purchased chains and I'll be travelling in crazy weather day after tomorrow. Thank you!!


Not having tried them yet I couldn't give it 5 stars. I appreciated the courtesy that was given when I called to make the order and it arrived sooner then predicted. Merry Christmas!

2016 Toyota Tacoma

Great purchase. Fit my P245/75-R16 stock tires perfectly for my 2016 Tacoma. Although I did not have to use them on my trip, they came with a great storage bag and picture instructions that I keep stored in my truck so I never forget them. I had asked about the best chains for my truck and tire size and these were recommended to me. Would recommend to others in similar situation. If unsure ask an expert on the etrailer website! Quick response!


Great product but sold my jeep. Buyer appreciated the bonus chains

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