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Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 102

Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 102

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235/45-18

235/40-19

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Konig Tire Chains - TH00023102

  • Tire Chains
  • On Road Only
  • Drape Over Tire - Make Connections
  • Steel D-Link
  • Deep Snow
  • Konig
  • 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: 16" - 19" 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




2004205102 Konig CG-9 Snow Chains - Size 102

Installation Details TH00023102 Installation instructions

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 215/50-18
  • 215/65-16
  • 225/40-19
  • 225/60-16
  • 235/40-19
  • 235/45-18
  • 235/50-17
  • 245/35-19
  • 245/40-18
  • 245/45-17
  • 255/30-19
  • 255/35-18
  • 255/40-17
  • 265/40-17


Customer Reviews

Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - CG9 - Size 102 - TH00023102

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (160 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.

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My son was very pleased with my purchase



- TH00023102
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Toyota Sienna

I bought this snow chain for my Toyota Sienna for this ski trip in Utah. I tested putting it on in my drive way. It takes about 2 minutes to install.



- TH00023102
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Product is pretty nice and easier to put on than regular diamond chains. I like the self-tightening feature and the case it comes in. These are much more expensive than conventional diamond chains.



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- TH00023050
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


First, I don't think I've ever had better service from an online retailer. Just outstanding. The chains got here incredibly fast. The chains themselves, I've used these before when they were made by Thule. Overall they do not seem as heavy-duty but I could be wrong & will update after I've used them. This time I got the kind without the quick-release feature, as I've gotten that feature twice in the past & both times it was the first thing to go. I was still able to use the chains without it but it was a waste. So I got the other one, where one end slips inside the other & there isn't a quick release, but I expect it will be fine. Just not having to drive back & forth makes it easy for one person to put on the chains & that's really the best feature. I use these on an old honda civic & they've always worked really well. I got bungee-type tensioners as well, since the last ones were always a bit loose even with the "auto tensioner" on 13-inch rims. I will update after I use them but we haven't had any snow yet.



- TH00023070
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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
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Chains broke after ~4 uses - one of the links down the center of the tire. I've used chains for years, they were installed correctly and I always drive less than 30mph. Luckily I still had my old chains in the car to get home.


Comments
Customer Service will reach out about the 5 year warranty on these chains.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 01/04/2022


- TH2004205080
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


These tire chains have done what I need them to do! I especially appreciate the self-tension system and highly recommend investing in that added feature. I drive a 2WD sedan in a mountain town, and I have a long driveway that can be especially challenging to navigate in the snow, but these chains get me up and down without difficulty.



- TH2004205105
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


I purchased a pair of these chains for a 2019 Subaru Outback. We travel steep gravel roads in to our vacation cabin in North Carolina which can get both snow and ice. While the Outback might well be able to get up some of the steeper sections even with ice, getting down through the iced up switchbacks safely would be a huge gamble. These chains fit the tires perfectly and with a little practice in fair weather conditions, fitting them in even the worst conditions has been a breeze. Having owned traditional ladder-style chains for another vehicle, the color-coded markings on these make finding the connection points and adjusting tension much easier. Removal is also very quick if you need to transition back to cleared pavement as we often do. We have fared well with using just a pair on the front tires. If you need low-profile chains for your vehicle, these are a great match.



- TH00023103
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Bought these as a preventative measure as my Girlfriend and I like going to the snow. Haven’t had to use them yet as she has an AWD Vehicle but of course I’ve practiced putting them on and it’s a snap (pun very much intended). Additionally they’re pretty light when compared to conventional tire chains, so it’s nice not having to mainline a serving of preworkout before picking them up. Would recommend to any snow going individual!



- TH2004205104
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Easy on after untangling. Safely up the mountain with no problem. Easy off. Found that individually bagging each chainset reduced tangling and eased storage in the provided carrying case. Hope this helps. Thanks etrailer.com for being there.



- TH00023103
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


I bought these chains for my daughter who is moving to Chicago from California. The owners manual of her Jeep Compass warns about the limited clearance and these chains were perfect because of their low profile. I also bought these particular chains (I now own 3 sets) for their ease of use. Snow is not something that any of my girls are used to being from California's Central Valley and putting chains on was not something that any of them had the faintest clue about. These chains are so easy to install that my wife and daughter were actually racing each other the other day to see who could install faster. My youngest daughter and wife are driving across county as I type this review carrying with them these Thule chains and I am confident that they and their Thules will handle any snow they encounter.



- TH2004205105
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Customer service was outstanding! They were able to help ensure that I was ordering the correct size tire chains and confirm that the item was in stock and that it would arrive when I needed it (which it did). I also like that Kaylyn was familiar with the product and has used it herself (i.e., she wasn't just reading from a manual, she was speaking from personal experience).



- TH00023070
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Very easy to install on my 2011 Prius. This is the first (and only) chain set I've owned. Use for weekend trips in the Sierra during snow season and it's been much easier to put on/take off than expected based on stories I'd head about snow chains.



- TH2004205117
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


They kept me well informed on delivery status and followed up. Video on installation was very helpful.



- TH2004205105
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Good quality the fit was a little loose for my 2019 Dodge Grand caravan.


Comments
Be sure that the last connection, by running the red loop through the buckle and then to the red hook, is attached to the tensioning cable. If you drive forward just a little bit, you will activate the self-centering, auto-tensioning system to ensure a snug fit.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 12/03/2021


- TH00023060
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


I've used it a grand total of once, and after cursing and grumbling and finally getting it detangled... I only needed it to conquer the entirely untouched hills on either side of my house.Not upset with the product, just disappointed in my plowpeople



- TH00023090
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


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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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


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


- TH00023095
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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.



- TH00023100
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Easy install good fit and quality. Easier to put on than take off the way I did it. Suggest adding a best way to take off on your video. The video is a great help to poor Koenig instructions. The added buttons work well. All I need is snow.



- TH00023090
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


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


- TH2004205104
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


Quality product. Also, great phone support when inquiring about the product.



- TH00023100
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Review from a similar CG9 in Tire Chains


I swore off tire chains over 10y ago due to the hassle of installation, usually in blizzard conditions at night on the side of the road. Alas, the State of California sees fit to require them on mountain passes. So I find these and etrailer helps me out with fitment and other questions. The chains are, as advertised, are fairly easy to install (way easier than the cheapies at the local auto parts store). The self-tensioning system seemed to work but I may give a tug on them just to make sure they are taut as possible as I did get a fair bit of scuffing on my aluminum rims (from the parts that are plastic covered/coated to prevent scratching vibrating slightly against the rim). I think if the chain self-tensioned a bit tighter this may not have happened. Overall, a good product, seemed to work in a couple inches of snow, but not in 2 feet (duh) of white stuff! Vibration wasn't too bad on the dry patches of asphalt and the chains generally seemed to hold up well from the limited use I've given them. I would recommend them, just make sure they are taut enough to not tap against your rim.


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  • Are Konig CG9 Tire Chains Sold in Pairs or Individually
    The Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains # TH00023102 are sold as a pair. If you needed chains for all 4 wheels of your vehicle you'd order a quantity of two of these.
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    I do have a really great option for you, however I checked with Konig and the XG12 model snow chains are not available for your 245/40R18 sized tires. The closest option available in terms of design and mounting process is the Konig Self-Tensioning CG9 # TH00023102, which like the XG12 uses a unique self-centering self-tensioning system with a simple red hook and loop for a quick installation and a tight fit. The dual-sided D-shape links will provide excellent traction in the snow/ice...
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  • Correct Konig CG-9 Tire Size for 2022 Tesla Model 3 235/40-19
    While Tesla would have a good idea on what tire chains would fit their vehicles Konig would have the most accurate fit info as all they do is fit tire chains to tire sizes. Unless Tesla came out and had a special reason for the 103 # TH00023103 (which is not something we've ever seen a manufacturer do) I would stick with what Konig recommends with the 102 size which I just confirmed as a fit for your tire size of 235/40-19 with the part # TH00023102.
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  • Konig CG9 Tire Chains for 235/45-18S Size Tires on a 2020 Tesla Model 3
    We have the Konig CG9 Tire Chains # TH00023102 on our site to fit the 235/45-18S tires on your 2020 Tesla Model 3. Pricing and delivery times can be found by going through the checkout process (you'll get to see both prior to ordering). Attached is a photo and installation video of these chains on a 2020 Model 3 for you to check out.
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    If ever you aren't sure about what tires you need to chains on, you can find out by reading your owner's manual. I looked through Subaru's 2018 WRX and WRX STI/RA Owner's Manual and you can double-check yours as well. Since you have a small wheel clearance, Subaru asks you to be extra careful with installing traction devices and that you only use Class S devices like the Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains # TH00023102. The manual says to only install them on your front...
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  • What Snow Tire Chains do You Recommend for My 2019 Ford Fusion with 235/40-19 Tires?
    Thanks so much for your kind words! The reason why manufacturers typically say that you should not use tire chains is to "wash their hands" of any liability just in case damage occurs to components inside the wheel well of your vehicle. This is extremely common. However, if you measure to make sure that you have enough wheel well clearance with your 235/40-19 tires on your 2019 Ford Fusion, this dramatically reduces the potential for damage to wheel well components. For a set of tire chains...
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    The Konig tire chains part # TH01221102 that you referenced are a confirmed fit for your 2018 Toyota Camry tire size of 235/45-18 but they do not have "rim protection" so there is a chance they could scratch the rims. For a similar tire chain that fits and has rim protection the Konig part # TH00023102 would be what you'd want. I know it's a pretty big jump in price the Easy Fit Chains part # TH04115102 would be the best option if you wanted rim protection and an easy install. Unlike...
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