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Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Twist Links - 1 Pair

Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Twist Links - 1 Pair

Item # TC2221
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These durable, low-carbon steel chains provide excellent traction in deep snow. The rounded twist links limit jarring, and the ladder pattern assists with effective starts and stops. Great Prices for the best tire chains from Titan Chain. Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Twist Links - 1 Pair part number TC2221 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Titan Chain Tire Chains - TC2221

  • Tire Chains
  • On Road or Off Road
  • Steel Twist Link
  • Drive On and Connect
  • Deep Snow
  • Mud
  • Manual
  • No Rim Protection
  • Not Class S Compatible
  • Titan Chain

These durable, low-carbon steel chains provide excellent traction in deep snow. The rounded twist links limit jarring, and the ladder pattern assists with effective starts and stops.


Features:

  • Tire chains give you extra traction in snow
  • Rounded twist links form cross chains
    • Excellent traction in deep snow
    • Adequate grip on ice
    • Limited jarring compared with square links of the same size
  • Ladder-pattern chains assist with effective starts and stops
  • Manual installation and adjustment
    • No cams to come undone when you are driving in reverse or navigating rough terrain
    • Rubber or chain adjusters (sold separately) are recommended to provide a tight, secure fit
  • Low-carbon steel construction is strong and durable
  • Reusable plastic storage box included


Specs:

  • Application: 15" - 17" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Link thickness: 0.218" (5.5 mm)
  • Maximum speed rating: 30 mph
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • 30-Day limited warranty


Installation

Installation Step 1

1. Drape the chain over the tire, making sure that the side chain with the lever is on the outside. Drive forward about 1/4 of a tire revolution. (You can also lay the chain out and then drive onto it.)


Installation Step 2

2. Reach around behind the tire and fasten the ends of the chain together.


Installation Step 3

3. Move back to the front of the tire and fasten the ends of the chain together using the built-in lever.


Installation Step 4

4. Drive forward a bit and tighten the chain as needed by moving the hook to the next link.


You can use rubber or chain adjusters (sold separately) to increase the tension on the chains for a tighter 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 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


2221 Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Twist Links - Light Trucks - One Pair




These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 225/85-16
  • 235/80-17
  • 235/85-16
  • 245/75-15
  • 245/75-16
  • 255/70-16
  • 265/70-15
  • 265/75-15
  • 7.5x16
  • 9.5x16.5

Video of Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Twist Links - 1 Pair

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




Video Transcript for Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains with Cams Installation - 2018 Toyota Tacoma

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Toyota Tacoma we're gonna be test-fitting the Titan chain snow tire chains, part number TC2221. These chains are designed for those deep snow situations. The twist lengths will give you excellent traction in deep snow and adequate traction on ice. It does have a ladder pattern design to it, which is gonna help out with effective starts and stops, and also with the twist links that's gonna limit the jarring while you're driving. Now comparing this to the square link design with other tire chains, those will actually wear more evenly over time and still provide the stability that you're needing with both snow and ice as well.Going behind the tire you can also see it's not gonna interfere with any of the cables or mechanisms on the inside. In fact there's plenty of space in between that and the suspension.

This comes in a quantity of two, has a maximum speed rating of 30 miles per hour when you're using them, and also comes with a convenient carrying bag, so once you take the chains off and have them dried off, you can place them in the back part of your truck and they're ready for next time.Today we're working with tire size 245-75-R16. We went ahead and laid the chain out in front of the tire like you see here to make sure there's no kinks in the lines before we make our install, and we also like to recommend that you wear gloves while you install these. Next we'll take our chain, we'll drape it around our tire as evenly as possible, and now we can go to the inside of the tire and make our first connection.Next we'll take our hook end here and connect it to our link like so, then go back to the front of the tire and make our connection there. We'll take our link end, put our hook through that, bend it back, and that's not quite enough tension that we want, so we'll just go to the next link, and there we go. And next we'll grab a rubber tensioner, which is sold separately, and attach that.All right, we'll be using part number TCMA2 today for our rubber tensioner.

You can find this on etrailer.com. And we'll just go around, and as we do this you'll see it's taking out the tension. And at this point what I'll do is drive a brief distance, double check and make sure the tension's working properly, and then you're gonna be good to go.There you have it for the Titan chain snow tire chains on the 2018 Toyota Tacoma.

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Customer Reviews

Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Twist Links - 1 Pair - TC2221

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (533 Customer Reviews)

These durable, low-carbon steel chains provide excellent traction in deep snow. The rounded twist links limit jarring, and the ladder pattern assists with effective starts and stops.

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2022 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2500

Ordering and shipping were easy. Have not used them yet, but just carrying them around will give me a workout.




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Yesterday was the second time I've used my chains. Half of the rungs broke on one side on one of the chains. Today (third time using them), one rung broke on the other chain. The first time I used them (last year) they held up very well for the most part. They were very easy to put on. The only problem I had at that time was that the triangle shaped piece (that holds the swan shaped connector in place) bends very easily and can't be disconnected after that.




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2012 Ford Van

The chain are made very well, easy to install, I work for a heating Co. in upstate NY and have got stuck in the snow 8 times in one week, chain are the only way to go




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Fairly easy to install on the driveway. I hope it’s as easy in the wild. The videos on installing them are excellent.




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The product works great !




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2014 Chevrolet Express Van




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2019 Ram 3500




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I know iron. 17 yrs trucking, mostly doubles across Montana into the Dakotas. Chained up a lot.
Pictures show what you get with this set I bought for my 2005 Tahoe. Heavy gauge chains w/triple cam locks w/long wrench for excellent leverage to get cams tight. Tight cams mean links don't "slap" pavement which causes increased wear. They arrived today so not used yet. However, for my application they will last a lot longer than those cheaper; light gauge, "disposable" chains, use once and throw away after you pay a tow bill.


Comments
No opportunity to use them yet.
R - 11/02/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I bought a pair of twist link (TC3235) for my front tires and V-Bars (TC3835) for my rear tires, so writing a combined review. The V-Bars have more traction but my front end doesn't have as much clearance so I opted for the twist links in the front.  I've now used these offroad 4 times, and once briefly onroad during a major ice storm that left all of our roads with skating rink type ice.  
First - both chains fit 37" x 12.5 R18 tires perfectly.  This is despite the fitment not being listed on etrailer.com and the etrailer CS rep telling me they wouldn't fit.  The Titan catalogue / website does list 37x12.5R18. 
Second - two pair of chains *just* fit in a milwaukee packout "Compact Tool Box" (model No: 48-22-8422).  There isn't a wasted inch of space.  After using them, I dry them in my garage, then douse them in WD-40 before putting them back in the packout.  These chains are made from an alloy that prioritizes strength over corrosion resistance, so surface rust appears pretty quickly on them.  Be warned that lifting all four chains together is heavy.    
Third - They give amazing offroad traction.  The only way you're getting stuck is by getting high-centered.  You will not run out of traction if you have weight on your tires.  However, it is easy to get high centered when using these in the snow if you aren't careful.  Don't spin your tires, or your axles and frame rails will be holding the vehicle while your wheels hang in the air.  
Fourth - I would only recommend using these onroad in very limited circumstances. During an ice storm I had to get a neighbor to the hospital. We live on an extremely steep hill and the roads had 1" of clear ice on them.  With the chains it was like the ice wasn't there.  But the whole truck vibrated a lot.  And it probably prematurely wore the chains.  If I drove faster than ~15-20 mph it really rattled the truck.  (offroad in the snow I'll drive 40+ mph no problem with these.  but driving on hard surfaces causes a lot of vibration).




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


Needed these chains for a snowboarding trio this December. Installed them in my yard to make sure they fit, and figure out which link worked best. Now that i know what link to use, next time it should only take sbout 10 min to put them on. I really like how they stay away from my wheels so should not scrstch them. My yard was very soft from recent rain and you can see how well the chains dig into the mud. Should be really good on snow/ice.


Comments
Good chains!
Pete - 10/11/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I used these on a 2wd open diff F150 with a camper. The traction difference is amazing! I never lost traction! If you’re on a pass that warns “chains or AWD”, don’t go without chains or off road tires. I puttered along at 30 in the unplowed lane watching a clown in an AWD BMW slide everywhere in the plowed slush, holding up traffic.
Anyway, the chains themselves. I’ve used diamond pattern chains with a cable on the inside and fancy nonsense on the outside before. The cable always collects snow, and the multiple connections on the outside is confusing. These ladder chains were easy and simple to put on and take off. I used tensioner bungees also. You will get a bumpy ride, but it smooths out as you speed up. Anyone that claims ladder chains don’t have lateral grip hasn’t used them and doesn’t understand the physics of why chains help.
Great for going up a pass periodically, but not something I’d use daily.




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


These chains are amazing! I use them on a 12 passenger van and they install very quickly and easily. I have driven on unplowed roads with 2' snow drifts and have hauled trailers through muddy fields without getting stuck. I highly recommend them.




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


Good quality. The Cam style is worth any extra money if so required and is the way to go

etrailer was the best price I could fine, they even beat [online]. Shipping was free, what a bargain for a heavy duty set of Light Truck snow chains !


Comments
Great, they are holding up well, easy to put on and take off, the Cam style tighteners are the only way to go ! The Cams take up any slack and tighten the chains to the point where you almost dont need the bungie style chain tighteners, but I use them anyway because I like them tight with no play on my M&S Tires.
Jeff - - 12/29/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I've had very positive experience with this company. Last winter I ordered cable-chains from another provider. They weren't up to the task I needed and one set broke pretty quickly. I then ordered a single set (two tires) of chains from etailer to replace the cable-chain that snapped. The purchasing process was seamless, they arrived quickly and they were of very high quality. They took me through the rest of a challenging winter season.

With another winter now approaching, I just ordered a 2nd set so I can install them on all four tires. I won't bother to try to use the cable-chains.

Good company, good product.


Comments
All is good so far. Will be going into a 2nd full season with these changes
Michael - 10/24/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


These chains worked perfectly . Used them on my Tacoma and was able to drive some snow and ice covered non-plowed state forest roads without issue. They were easy to install and remove.




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I used it 1 time for roughly 15 miles on I70 in Colorado when required by law and found I had several links broken. I called etrailer about this and they said there was nothing they could do because they sat in my toolbox to long and were out of any warranty timeline.


Comments
These chains do have a 30-day limited warranty time frame. Breakage can happen with the chains if they hit bare pavement or if driven over 25 mph while installed. If you hear or feel anything off like a chain hitting your vehicle, for instance, immediately pull over and address the issue. Also avoid sudden starts and stops, which can cause your wheels to spin or lock up.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 10/24/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I ordered the chains with tensioners, what I got was chains with the welded cross bars on them.Being that a big storm was coming in two days I installed them and went on with my day.


Comments
These chains should definitely have the cam tighteners built into the chains. It sounds like you have received the incorrect set and I will have our customer service team reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 12/26/2022


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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


We had previously purchased chains from etrailer that worked great, but we upsized the wheels/tires of the plow truck and needed larger chains. So we bought these chains and used them to enlarge the four previous chains. The new ones did exactly what we wanted them to do! I have always had great success ordering from etrailer and highly recommend your company. Great service and great value!!




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


Outstanding service - I called and asked to have part of the order shipped early since I was leaving on a trip and needed snow chains, they shipped the chains the next day. I will certainly use this site for any future purchases.




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


eTrailer did a great job of guiding us through getting the right chains for our twins' new-to-them older cars. The order came on time, the chains fit without any trouble, and they worked. Thanks!




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


eTrailer did a great job of guiding us through getting the right chains for our twins' new-to-them older used cars. The order came on time as expected, the chains fit, and they worked. Thanks!




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


Good product, fast shipping
My only
comment would be the picture that directed my to these chains had the cam adjusters and I didn’t carefully enough examine the actual product picture. Glad i bought the tensioners




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


I bought these to go hunting in Colorado. I haven't used them extensively, but they did fit my 2021 GMC ATR nicely and for a novice they seemed very straight forward to install. I would recommend purchasing the chain tensioners. You may want to cut the extra links off so they don't hit the rim. I just attached one of the tensioners to mine and it seemed to secure it.




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Review from a similar Twist Link Ladder in Tire Chains


Chains don't fit on 245/75/17 like the part details claims!! I had to cut 1 cross section and 6 links on the longer ends for them to fit!


Comments
This product fits tire sizes between 15 to 22 inches. Once you fasten the end of the chains together and use the cams to tighten, you drive forward a little bit then keep tightening the cams as needed. They will still fit a little loose but the good news is that you can get chain adjusters like item # TCMA2
Titan Chain Multi-Arm Rubber Tire Chain Adjuster for Light Trucks - 1 Pair
$14.80
to make it a tighter fit.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 10/21/2021
Product is working great,no issues whatsoever.
Julio - 10/13/2022

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