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  • Recommended Snow Chains for Tire Size 35x12.5x18 / 305/70x18
  • All three of of the tire chains you're looking at are great quality. Which one is best for you depends on your application and what is most important to you because they have a few differences. First the # TC3831CAM. This is a ladder pattern, which means the chains go straight across the tire tread and when you lay the chains out flat on the ground they resemble a ladder. It's a very traditional style that's been around for years. The downside to a ladder style is that the ride...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2018 Subaru Forester with 225/60r17 Tires
  • All cable chains are low profile and fit the Class S requirements for minimal clearance. There are some chains that are small link style versus cable chains that will provide better traction and still meet the Class S requirements. My recommendation for better traction is to use the link chain versus the cable option any time possible. If you are looking to just be legal, then I recommend the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair # TC1553. I've...
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  • Low-Profile S-Class Tire Chains for 2006 Ford F-150 with 265/60-18 Tires
  • Auto makers often discourage use of tire chains because of potential interference with components in the braking system or other parts within the wheel wells. At the same time many states/regions require use of chains, or at least having a set in the vehicle, or you could receive a summons or be barred access to certain roads. One of my fellow Experts gave this situation the affectionate term "Tire Chain Paradox". The bottom line is that the auto maker cannot force you to brake the...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2012 Ford F150 4x4 with 275/65R18 Tires
  • Ford does state in your owners manual not to use chains on tire sizes P265/60R18, P275/65R18, LT275/65R18, LT315/70R17, P275/55R20, and P275/45R22. Unfortunately that only leaves 3 of their factory tire sizes as able to use chains. They do this to mitigate their liability as chains can have clearance issues. There are some areas where state law requires tire chains, and in that instance you do need to have chains for your tires as state law trumps the manufacturer. I recommend...
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  • Tire Chains for 275/55R20 Tires
  • I checked with the manufacturer and Konig Premium Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - K-Summit XXL - Size K77 Item # TH02230K77 are not a fit for your 275/55-20 tires but we do have other chains that will fit. I have included a link to them below. The options that require the least amount of clearance around the tire are the cables such as # PW2028C or chains # TC2327.
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  • Difference Between Titan Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2524 and # TC2533
  • The Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2533 and # TC2524 referenced in your question are both great options for tire chains that differ only in the tire sizes they are designed to fit. I recommend checking what size tires you have mounted on your 2006 Ram by looking at the listing on the tire's sidewall. The standard tire size for this truck is a 235/80-17, for which the Titan Chain # TC2524 will be a great fit. If you have the larger 275/60-20 tires, then the better option would...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for 2019 Ram 2500 with Tire Size 275/70-18
  • For your 2019 Ram 2500 that has the tire size 275/70-18 the tire chains I recommend for safety and traction is the Pewag chains part # PWE3229S. These USA made tire chains are made from Nickel Manganese which is the most durable chain material available. These will last you the longest and will also be the most reliable. You wouldn't need to worry about a chain braking or coming loose while in use. These are also square link chains which provides the best traction for deeper snow and some...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek
  • Tire chains do come in several varieties and some need more space within the wheel wells than others in order to operate safely. There are actual chains like # PWPLC1142 and also the "spring chain" or cable type such as # PW1038 which require far less space. Both of these chain products fit the 225/55R17 tires on your Crosstrek and you can see these and others for your tire size on the linked page. The auto maker always gets the final word on use of any type of tire traction device to...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for a 2017 Jeep Wrangler with 225/75-R17 Tires
  • According to the owner's manual for your 2017 Jeep Wrangler, tire chains can only be installed on the rear two wheels and must be Class S compliant. You will want to review page 420 in your owner's manual for further specifications while using tire chains. The Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains part # TC2526 and the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains part # TC2828CAM are both good traction devices. However, neither are Class S compliant. Therefore, for the icy North Carolina mountains you...
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  • Tire Chains for 2017 Ford F-350 4x4 Dually for Heavy-Duty Gooseneck Towing
  • For the 245/75-17 tires on your 2017 F-350 4x4 dually we have suitable heavy-duty tire chains for your towing needs. For the front tires I suggest the Pewag All Square Chains # PWE2439S. Square links provide more edges to bite into ice. These feature case hardened steel alloy material strong enough for your towing needs. These will help front axle traction to maintain your steering and braking performance in mud, snow or ice. These chains will also be tough enough for off-road use. Use...
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  • What Tires on 2019 Subaru Outback Should Tire Chains be Used on
  • I used a search engine to look up the owner's manual of your 2019 Subaru Outback and it stated on page 8-12 to use a traction device on the front wheels only, so you do not need chains for all four wheels. It also states you need to use a Class S traction device to ensure clearance and that you can't use normal steel chains, but you can use self-tensioning chains (these will be tight around your tire which means they will give you the clearance needed not to hit your Outback's wheel well). The...
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  • Cable Style Tire Chains for 275/60R20 Tires
  • For cable style tire chains that will fit on 275/60R20 tires you can use Glacier cables # PW3029C or # PW2114V as well as Titan cables # TC751DC. There isn't a whole lot of difference amongst these chains but if I were choosing a set I would go with Glacier V-Trac cables # PW2114V for a smoother ride. They also come with rubber tensioners to keep the cables tight and in place.
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for Tire Size 295/70R18
  • The most popular tire chains we have for your tire size of 295/70R18 is the part # TC3831CAM which is a V-bar style of chain. V-bars are great for icy conditions. For deep snow you'd want square links like part # TC3231SCAM. For a smoother ride quality you'd want the twist links part # PWH3231SC.
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  • Comparing Twist Link and V-Bar Style Tire Chains
  • Twist link chains offer excellent traction in deep snow and some are even rated for mud. They provide decent traction on ice, and since they have rounded edges ride quality isn't too bad. V-Bar chains such as # TC2828CAM are similar but have better grip on ice. If you can tell me the tire size on your Ram 3500 I can make some specific recommendations for you. I have also included a link to our help article that covers various aspects of tire chains and other traction devices.
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains for 275/60-20 Size Tires
  • If you are just looking for a pair of cost-effective tire chains for your 275/60-20 size tires then I recommend using the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains # TC2228. These chains use twist links in a ladder pattern which will get the job done and meet law requirements as they are rated for on and off road applications. It's also worth mentioning that if you only plan on using chains in the event that you get stuck you may want to go with something a little more heavy duty like the Titan Chain...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 225/60-18 Sized Tires on a 2018 Subaru Outback
  • The Glacier Cable Tire Chains, part # PW1046, are confirmed to fit the 225/60-18 sized tires on your 2018 Subaru Outback. With an 18 inch rim you definitely want the # TCMA2 adjusters even though the size range for the # TCMA1 says they'll fit. You'll have a much easier time installing and using the # TCMA2. With that being said, unless you're planning to never really use the chains and just want them to be legal in an area that requires them I recommend upgrading your choice from...
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  • Comparing Titan Tire Chains TC2524 and TC2323
  • The main difference between Titan tire chains # TC2524 and # TC2323 is that the chain set # TC2323 is rated as an S Class chain, meaning that it requires less clearance to fit and operate safely inside the wheel wells on a passenger vehicle. Chains # TC2323 use links that are only 3.7mm thick, as compared to the chains # TC2524 which use links that are 5.5mm thick. This means that the smaller link chains # TC2323 will work on larger tire sizes. The compatible tire sizes for each set...
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  • Travel Trailer Tire Chain Recommendation for Tire Size 205/75R14
  • For the tire size of 205/75R14 that Titan chains part # TC1540 would be your best option. These are priced great, easy to install, fit your tire size, and will provide you with great traction. I attached an install video for these chains for you to check out as well.
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  • Can Tire Chains be Used on a 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500 with Dual 235/80-17 Wheels
  • According to the owner's manual for your 2015 Chevy Silverado 3500, traction devices such as tire chains are not designed to be used on models with dual rear wheels. With that being said, we certainly understand certain states require the use of tire chains. The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains part # TC4831 are not confirmed to fit 235/80-17 tires. If you choose to use a set of tire chains, the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains part # TC4821CAM with cam tighteners or part # TC4821 without cam...
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for 2015 Lexus RX 350 for Rare Use to Meet DOT Requirements
  • We have just what you are looking for. The Titan tire chains like the part # TC2319 for if your 2015 Lexus RX 350 has 235/60-18 size tire or the part # TC2317 for if you have the 235/55-19 tire size are exactly what you are looking for. They are priced great, easy to install and use, are very effective, and will meet all DOT and CA chain requirements. At this price you won't find anything remotely as effective. I attached an install video for these chains on a similar vehicle yours for...
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  • Easiest to Install Snow Chain Recommendation for 2019 Subaru Ascent 18 and 20 inch Wheel Size
  • Your 2019 Subaru Ascent would have the factory tire size of 245/60-18 if you have a base or Premium model which we have a set of Thule Easy Fit tire chains that fit. They are the size 250 part # TH04115250 and since they install in a matter of seconds and perform really well they are easily the best option around. If instead you have a Limited or Touring model you'd want the 255 size part # TH04115255. I attached a review video to this page that shows how easy they are to install as well.
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  • Konig Tire Chain Recommendation for 2018 Toyota Camry with Size 235/45-18
  • 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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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 285/45R22 Tires on 2017 GMC Yukon
  • The Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains # PW2028C will not fit your 285/45r22 tires on your 2017 GMC Yukon. I recommend the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2327 for better traction. The square links and diamond pattern along with integrated tensioners will be a better option.
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  • Will Titan Snow Tire Chains # TC3835CAM Fit 12x16.5 Skid Steer Tires
  • I spoke with my contact at Titan Chain and he did say that the Titan Snow Tire Chains # TC3835CAM referenced in your question will physically fit and work on your 12x16.5 size skid steer tires. He said the only potential issue with using low-carbon steel chains like these with skid steer tires is the amount of force tires like these will put on them, especially when making turns. He said as long as you plan on mainly just using the chains while on soft surfaces such as dirt or snow,...
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  • Recommended Class S Snow Chains for 2016 Chevy Tahoe with 265/65R18 Tires
  • For your 2016 Chevy Tahoe with 265/65-18 tires I recommend the Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267 # TH01594267. We have confirmed this fit for your vehicle and I've attached a video of these 12mm internal clearance chains on a 2017 Tahoe to assist. The D shaped links will provide better traction than cable chains. If you have the clearances needed, this is definitely my recommendation over cable style chains. If you want even more...
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  • Recommended Snow or Mud Tire Chains for 35x12.5x17 Inch Tires
  • For your Jeep tire chains on your 35x12.5x17 inch tires, we do not have any 7mm thick links, but we do have heavy duty chains with 5.6mm link thickness. I recommend the Pewag All Square Snow Tire Chains for Wide-Base and Dual Tires - 1 Pair # PWE3231S if you don't want the cam tighteners integrated. These will require the Titan Chain Multi-Arm Rubber Tire Chain Adjuster for Light Trucks - 1 Pair # TCMA2. If you want the integrated cams then I recommend the Pewag All Square Snow Tire...
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  • Recommended Snow Chains for 2014 Ram 1500 with 285/75-17 Size Tires
  • For the 285/70-17 size tires on your 2014 Ram 1500 the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2327 will work perfectly. These square-link diamond-pattern chains will provide great traction in the snow and ice and the integrated tensioners will allow for a simple installation and a snug fit. I took a look at the online owner's manual for your 2014 Ram 1500 and it does state that tire chains for this truck need to be Class S rated and this particular set meets that requirement. This simply...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2014 Audi Q5
  • I was able to track down the online version of the owner's manual for your 2014 Audi Q5 and it does state that snow chains should only be installed onto the rear wheels and can only be used on certain tire sizes. For compatible tire sizes it says you need to contact a local Audi dealer. I'm not sure if the dealer told you chains couldn't be used because of your particular tire sizes or if they just assumed they couldn't be installed, but I do recommend verifying this. The manual goes...
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  • Tire Chains for a 2014 Ford F-150 with 275/55-20 Tires
  • What you are describing is a textbook example of the Tire Chain Paradox or Reno's Law. Basically this occurs when you travel in an area where chains are required by law yet the vehicle owner's manual states that you cannot use chains. In my opinion your safety, the safety of other motorists, and following the law outweigh any repercussions that may occur from not following the manual. Titan chains # TC2533 are not Class S rated chains but we do have some Class S options that will fit...
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  • Tire Chains for 2019 Chevy Traverse with 255/55R20 Tires
  • The owner's manual for the 2019 Chevy Traverse does say on page 344 that tire chains should not be installed on any tire size other than size P255/65R18. This restriction is due to limited clearance when the vehicle is fitted with larger tires. It also states to use traction devices only on the front tires. Some regions have tire chains laws that legally require you use them (or at least to have them in the vehicle) under certain weather conditions and/or in certain specific areas. Since...
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  • Tire Chain Fit and Recommendations for Dually Size 245/70R19.5
  • For your dually setup of tire size 245/70R19.5 the tire chain from Glacier part # PWH4233SC is a confirmed fit and will work well. These are twist link chains which mean you'll get a smoother ride than a square or V-bar. The advantage to a V-bar like the part # TC4831CAM which are also a fit is that they work great in icy conditions as the V-bars break up the ice due to how sharp and pointy they are. Square link like part # PWE4228SC are for the deeper snow which require a bigger...
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for Tire Size 35-12.50R17 on 2013 Dodge Ram
  • Doesn't look like you'll need S compatible chains on your truck since the manual doesn't mention it and it looks like you have plenty of clearance on the truck tires/wheels. V-bar chains like the # TC3831CAM are designed to do the best in icy conditions as the V-bars will break up the ice. Twist link like # PWH3235SC are designed to be a bit smoother as the chains are a bit lower profile. Square link like part # TC3231SCAM are designed for deep snow traction as the square links are larger...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for 2017 Ram 2500 with Tire Size 285/60-20
  • For your tire size of 285/60-20 the Glacier tire chains part # TC3229CAM that you referenced are a confirmed fit. These use twist links which provide a bit smoother of a ride quality. These are made from low carbon steel so they won't last quite as long as the Pewag Chains part # PWE3231S which are also a fit. These are made from Nickel manganese alloy steel which is much stronger and are reversible so they will last quite a bit longer. These are also square links which will do best in...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for a 2018 Toyota Highlander
  • If you are looking for cost-effective chains that are easy to install on your 245/60-18 size tires then the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2317 are the way to go. These features square links in a diamond pattern to give your 2018 Toyota Highlander the best traction. There is an integrated tensioner to help the chains fit snug on your tires which is somewhat of a rim protector but there still is a chance that your wheels could be damaged. To get the same kind of chains but with...
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  • Tire Chain Compatibility with 285/45-22 Tires on 2019 GMC Yukon XL Denali
  • The Titan Chain Diagonal Alloy Cable Snow Tire Chains - Light Truck - 1 Pair # TC751DC are a confirmed fit for your 285/45-22 tires. They are Class S chains that will only require an internal clearance between the inner sidewall and wheel well of 0.59 inch or 15 mm. It will require a minimum of 1.46 inches or 37 mm between the top of the tire tread and the wheel well. This will work well for your 2019 GMC Yukon XL Denali with retractable running boards. You may also want to consider...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for 2018 Audi Q5 that Wont Damage Rims Size 235/55-19
  • The yellow links on the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2317 are not plastic coated. The coloring is to help you install the chains. It makes it easier to know which portion of the chains is the inside and outside when draping them over the tire. The ultimate in rim protection for your tire size of 235/55-19 is the Konig tire chains part # TH02230K66. These don't touch the rim at all so you'd not have to worry about damage at all. The easiest to install set of chains we offer...
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  • Which is Better Snow Chain Solution for Ram 1500 with Tire 275/65R18 Cables or Chains
  • Since cables are really only good for using maybe once or twice and they aren't easier to install than tire chains I would recommend a set of chains like the Titan kit part # TC2533 which fits your tire size of 275/65R18. These are easier to install than chains, about the same price, will last much longer, and offer much better traction. I attached an install video for these on a similar 2017 Ram 1500 for you to check out as well.
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  • Comparing V-Bar Snow Chains Between Glacier # PWH3829SC and Titan # TC2828CAM
  • The Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners # PWH3829SC and the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains w/ Cams - V-Bar Link # TC2828CAM are similar but are a fit for different tire sizes. The Titan chains will fit all of the tires that the Glacier chains will fit, but there are many more fits for the Titan option. If you let me know what tire size you have on your 2017 Ford F-150, I can make a recommendation for your truck. There are 6 different factory tire sizes available for...
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  • Spring Snow Chains Recommended for 2018 Subaru Outback with 225/60R18 Tires
  • We have exactly what you need! For your 2018 Subaru Outback with 225/60-18 tires, I recommend the Glacier Cable Snow Tire Chains # PW1046. They use cables or "spring" style rollers that wrap around wire cross cables which provide the traction you need and are 100% safe to use on your Outback. The Titan Chain Cable Show Tire Chains # TC2019 are also confirmed to fit your Subaru, but because they only offer a 30 day warranty, I recommend going with the Glacier mentioned earlier, which...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for P265/65R18 Tires for Best Traction on Ice Roads and Frozen Lakes
  • For your P265/65R18 tires on your Chevy Tahoe, the Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 267 # TH01594267 will be your best option by a long shot. They are made of manganese nickel alloy steel, have anti-scratch nylon bumpers to protect your rims and have double steel plates positioned along the center of tread specifically for traction on ice. The cable options for your tire size # TC747DC and # PW2028C will not provide the traction you...
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  • Recommended Cable Chains or Class S Compatible Snow Tire Chains for 275/65-20 Tires on 2017 Ford SD
  • For your 2017 Ford Superduty truck with 275/65-20 tires, we have a cable chain option. The Titan Chain Cable Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - Steel Rollers - 1 Pair # TC3031 are a confirmed fit. These are a great option for your tires that will require minimal clearances and will keep you legal. You will also need the tensioners # TCMA2 for a tight fit. For better traction but still giving you that Class S rating for minimal clearance, I recommend the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire...
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  • Snow Tire Chain Recommendation for 2019 Audi Q5
  • Yes, if you are going to be in an area where there is going to be snow, like in Colorado for skiing, you are going to need snow chains for safety. In fact, you may encounter signs that say traction devices are required, so it is a very good idea to have them. I looked up the owner's manual of your 2019 Audi Q5, and it states that you can use tire chains, but they need to be on the rear wheels only. The best option for snow tire chains for your Audi are the Konig Self-Tensioning Snow...
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  • Can Tire Chains be Used on a 2016 Subaru Forester and Do they Go on the Front or Rear Wheels
  • In the owner's manual for your 2016 Subaru Forester it states that you can use traction devices on the front wheels only just not actual chains. This means you can use cables, Snow Socks, or K-Summit chains that only go on the tread. You didn't mention the tire size you have so if they are 225/55-18 or 225/60-17 tires you can use cables # TC339DC or Snow Socks # TCH70. If the tires are a different size let me know what they are and I can make other recommendations.
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains for 30x10.0R14 UTV Tires
  • I spoke with my contact at Pewag and Glacier and he said that for your 30x10.0R14 UTV tires the Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains # PWH2821SC should work nicely. These feature V-bar-style links and twisted cross chains for excellent traction in the snow and integrated cam tighteners to pull the chains tight around the tires. I also recommend adding some tensioners like the Titan # TCMA2 to create an even tighter fit. I have attached a short video demonstration that you can also check out.
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  • What Tire Chain Options are Compatible with P255/50R20 Tires on a 2013 Ford Explorer?
  • According to your owners manual you should not use any tire chains or cables on the P255/50R20 tires. I'm sure this is due to clearance issues and limiting their liability should there be any issues. We have one option in the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks - Size 72 - 1 Pair # TCH72 that will allow you to be legal and yet meet the Ford requirements. If it were my vehicle, I would measure my internal clearances. If I had 12mm (0.47 inch) or more clearance between the inner sidewall of the...
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  • Tire Chains Recommended for 2017 Subaru Outback Wagon with 2256R17 Tires
  • I was able to find an online edition of the owner's manual for the 2017 Subaru Outback Wagon. On page 8-12 it indicates that tire chains are not recommended due to limited clearance within the wheel wells. It further states that if traction devices are used they must be the S-Class type which are low-profile in design and more compatible with passenger vehicles that have limited wheel well clearance. Subaru says chains can be used on the front tires only. In reality, some municipalities...
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  • Tire Chains for Use on 2018 Chevy Tahoe Z71 with Tire Size 265/65-18
  • When it comes to using tire chains of any type the auto maker gets to have the final word. Some vehicles can use chains only on specific tire sizes or only on one axle or the other. Your 2018 Tahoe can come from the factory with either 18-inch, 20-inch or 22-inch tires, as shown on the linked page for tire chains. I checked the online owner's manual for the 2018 Chevy Tahoe and on pages 356-357 the manual indicates that standard tire chains should NOT be used on tire sizes P265/65R18,...
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  • Titan V-Bar Tire Chains that Fit Tire Size 275/65R20
  • We have the Titan V-Bar chains part # TC3831 that fit the tire size you have on your 2017 Ford F-350 of 275/65R20. The size you mentioned does not fit your tire size.
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for a 2015 Mercedes Benz ML400 with Continental M+S 265/45R20 Tires
  • One of my favorite tire chains is the Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Pro Snow Tire Chains # TH04115265. These are confirmed to fit the size 265/45R20 tires on your 2015 Mercedes Benz ML400 and feature D links in a diamond pattern for superior traction. These are some of the easiest tire chains to put on due to the locking pedal mechanism. Here are the instructions: 1. Open the rigid arch section of the chain and pull the sides apart. 2. Drape the chain over the top of the tire and tug...
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  • Recommended Traction Device for a 2017 Subaru Forester with 225/60-17 Tires
  • According to the owner's manual for your 2017 Subaru Forester, tire chains cannot be used because of the lack of clearance between the tires and vehicle body. However, other types of traction devices like snow sock can be used so long as they are class S compliant. For the 225/60-17 tires on your Forester, I recommend using the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks part # TCH70. The snow socks will be an excellent option for you that will provide traction on both snowy and icy roads. They are very...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 195/45-16 Size Tires on a 2015 Fiat 500 in the Mountains
  • While the Glacier Alloy Square-Link Snow Tire Chains # PWPLC1126 will fit the 195/45-16 size tires on your 2015 Fiat 500 this is a very basic set of chains and they aren't that great, which is evident with the 90-day warranty. For your application I recommend going with the Konig Standard Snow Tire Chains # TH01221060 or the upgraded version # TH00023060 which features self-tensioning and wheel protection. The first set needs 12 mm of clearance while this second set needs 9 mm of clearance...
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  • Best Snow Tire Chains for a 2018 Ram ProMaster 2500 with 225/75-16 Tires
  • I have great news for you. The owner's manual for your ProMaster is very lenient in regards to tire chain use on your vehicle which means you have an excellent selection to choose from. The only restrictions are that you install them on the front two tires and they are a non-cam type. The Glacier Alloy Square-Link Snow Tire Chains part # PWPLC1142 that you were looking at are a good option for you but an even better one would be the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains part # TC2519....
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2016 Ram 2500
  • You have definitely not missed the point on appropriate chains; you've made a couple of good choices. As for deciding on the correct tire chains for your 2016 Ram 2500, the biggest determining factor is the terrain where you will be traveling when in Colorado. I recommend going with the Snow Chains - Ladder Pattern # TC3229SCAM, as they will be better for you if you are traveling off road at all, which sounds like will be the case considering you are taking a trip to go hunting. The...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for 2017 Toyota Highlander Limited
  • Getting a clear message on tire chains for newer vehicles is seemingly getting more difficult. On one hand there are several areas of the country that require you have them at least in the car with you and then you have the manufacturers not wanting you to use them as they are constantly trying to stuff larger and larger wheels in their wheel wells. If your owners manual says that the chains are okay but need Class S compatible chains I'd recommend the Titan chains like part # TC2324....
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  • Best Konig Tire Chain for 2017 Toyota Avalon XLE with 215/55-17 Tires
  • The online manual for the 2017 Toyota Avalon says tire chains can be used on the front tires and up to speeds of 30-mph. The 17-inch tire size that comes on the car is 215/55-17 and for this tire size we have chains that are shown on the linked page. You might want to check your printed manual just in case it differs from the online edition. The best chains for this tire size are the Konig Low-Pro Snow Tire Chains # TH04115100. I recommend these chains because they include important...
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  • Tire Chains for a 2007 Chevy Tahoe LTZ with 275/55-20 Tires
  • The issue you are experiencing is not uncommon even on larger vehicles like your 2007 Chevy Tahoe and even some trucks with certain tire sizes. The fact of the matter is that sometimes chains are required by law and there is no way a dealer or car manufacturer can force you to break the law. With that said there are chains that do not wrap around the backs of the tires which is likely where the clearance issue is but none of those fit your 275/55-20 tire size. The closest is # TH02230K77. Otherwise...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 245/50/20 Tires on 2016 Honda Pilot Touring Edition
  • The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains w/ Cams for Wide Base Tires - Ladder Pattern - V-Bar Link # TC3810CAM are not Class S compatible, so they are not recommended according to your owners manual. Instead, I recommend the Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Pro Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - Easy Fit SUV - Size 255 # TH04115255 which are extremely easy to install by draping and then stepping on a foot lever. These chains are made of a high quality manganese nickel alloy steel. This...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation to Fit Tire Size 205/75-15 on RV
  • For your tire size of 205/75-15 the correct Titan tire chain you'd want is the part # TC1545. The # TC1540 wouldn't fit properly as it is designed for a smaller tire diameter.
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for Dual 225/75-16 Rear Tires On Ford E-350
  • The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains part # TC4819CAM are what I recommend for dual rear 225/75-16 tires. The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains are specifically designed for dual rear tires because the chains are combined already for you which cuts down on install time. If desired, you could use separate chains on each of the rear tires but this would take much longer than using the dual tire chains. The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains also have cam tighteners which even further aids instillation. The...
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  • Will the Titan Snow Tire Chains with Cams TC2229CAM Fit 265/70-16 Tires
  • The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains with Cams part # TC2229CAM will not fit 265/70-16 tires because they are too small but I do have an option for you that will, the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains with Cams part # TC2228CAM. The Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains with Cams are identical in design but the size is different with the latter being a bit larger. If you are looking to save some cash, the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains part # TC2228 will also work and are the same as the Titan Chain Snow Tire...
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  • Tire Chains Recommendation for 2018 Toyota 4Runner Limited P245/60R20
  • For your tire size of 245/60R20 the Konig chains you mentioned are not a fit so we do not recommend them. Instead we have the Glacier set part # PWH2228SC which do fit. These are twist link chains that will give you great traction but will be a bit smoother than square link chains. You'll need to check your owner's manual to determine if there are any tire chain restrictions on your vehicle. If Class S compatible chains are required you'd need a set of cables like the Titan part # TC741DC.
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  • Are Rubber Adjusters Needed to Tighten Cable Snow Tire Chains on a 2016 Subaru Outback
  • Since the snow tire chains you purchased, part # PW1042, are cable chains that don't include any kind of tightening you do need to add rubber adjusters. I recommend the Titan Chain Adjusters, part # TCMA1, because they're designed for up to 20 inch rims and have the multi-arm design so it one fails you still have more arms to hold the cables tight. I did confirm that there are two factory tire sizes for your 2016 Subaru Outback. The # PW1042 cables are the correct chains if you have...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for a 2018 Audi Q5 Quattro
  • Between those options I recommend the Titan Chain, part # TC2317. Actually, these are the chains I would've recommended for you even if you hadn't already narrowed it down. Both the Titan chains and the Glacier cables you mentioned, part # PW2019C, are Class S compatible, which means they're designed to be used when there isn't much clearance between the tires and the vehicle so they'll both fit. The reason I like the Titans so much more is becasue they're actually chains and not cables....
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains for 2019 Subaru Outback with 225/65R17 Tires
  • When the law requires use of snow chains, it trumps the manufacturer. So in these cases, I recommend using Class S chains which are minimal clearance chains to give you traction and yet avoid issues with internal clearances. For your 225/65R17 tires on your 2019 Subaru Outback, I recommend the Pewag Servo RS Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - 1 Pair # PWRS79. These chains will install easy and will require only 15 mm or .59 inches of internal clearance between the tire's sidewall...
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains for 2018 Audi Q5
  • The snow tire chains I recommend for your 2018 Audi Q5 are the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2319 because they are Class S compatible for vehicles like yours with limited wheel well clearance, are easy to put on, and use square links which will give our Audi optimal traction in both snow and ice. You do need to measure to ensure you have enough clearance to use the Snow Tire Chains # TC2319; you will need to have at least 1.46 inches from the top of your tire to your wheel well...
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for Fitting Tire Size 275/60-20 on 2011 Ram 1500
  • We had the chance to install the Titan Chains part # TC2828CAM on a similar Ram 1500 with your tire size and we found that the chains actually don't drape down far enough to touch the rims so rim protection wasn't necessary. Check out the install video and picture I attached to see what I mean.
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  • Tire Chains for 2018 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Edition
  • I am happy to help you with tire chains for your 2018 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk Edition for use in California where tire chain requirements vary depending on conditions. The state's three Chain Requirement Levels (R1, R2 and R3) can even call for chains on 4-wheel drive vehicles that have snow tires; this is part of the R2 level. Tire chains can be selected by determining your specific tire size. Tire size will be molded into the sidewall of your tires, such as 225/65R17. Your 2018 Cherokee...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2018 Honda Pilot with 20 inch Wheels
  • For your 2018 Honda Pilot with tire size 245/50-20 the tire chains Honda recommends tire chains that are Class S compatible. So you'd need a set like the Titan # TC2323 for occasional use. These chains are relatively easy to install, are Class S compatible, and will provide great traction. The ultimate solution though is the Thule Easy Fit # TH04115255 though. These chains are the best because they install literally in a few seconds, offer superior traction, and will last a very long time....
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  • Tire Chains to Fit Tire Size 275/65-18
  • Some vehicles can use tire chains only on specific tire sizes and/or only on one of the two axles, and this is determined by the auto maker. Other vehicles can use only a certain type of chain, such as low-profile S-Class chains, due to limited clearance in the wheel wells. I cannot recommend you go against anything noted in your truck's owner's manual but we do have tire chains, including low-profile S-Class cables types, that fit your tire size. All are shown on the linked page. Among...
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  • Can Tire Chains Be Used on a 2019 Subaru Forester Touring
  • The best traction device we have for your 2019 Subaru Forester Touring with 225/55-18 is the ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks part # TCH70. The snow socks will not void your factory warranty and they will do a good jab of providing traction in light snow. The advantage that these snow socks have over a standard tire chain is that they are easy to install which you can see from the sample video and they won't ever damage the vehicles wheels.
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains for 2019 Toyota Tundra with 275/65-18 Tires
  • For your 2019 Toyota Tundra with 275/65-18 tires, I recommend the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair # TC2327. These chains are Class S compatible giving you the minimum internal clearances to protect your vehicle. They require 1.46" (37 mm) between the top of the tire tread and the wheel well and 0.59" (15 mm) between the tire's sidewall and the vehicle itself. They are made of manganese nickel alloy steel for durability and strength. The square...
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  • Comparing Titan Chains # TC1555 and # TC2319
  • The difference between the Titan Chain Tire Chains # TC1555 and the Titan Chains # TC2319 is only in the application. The # TC1555 chains will fit 15 inch to 20 inch tirese, whereas the # TC2319 will fit 15 inch to 18 inch tires. So the # TC155 chains allow greater adjustability to fit larger tires. Obviously they don't fit every tire within the wheel sizes, so there are specific fits for height and width listed for each chain. The similarities are much more obvious in their diamond...
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  • Do Tire Chains or Tire Cables Provide Better Traction
  • When the auto maker permits their use tire chains will generally work better than tire cables since they have more surface that can bite into snow and ice. We do offer tire chains for your tire size P215/50-R17 that are shown on the linked page. All of these are the special low-profile type which are called S-Class chains and they include both cables like # PW1038 and chains like diamond pattern Konig chains # TH00023095. The P215/50-R17 size tires you have are not one of the stock...
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  • Snow Chains or Snow Cables for Winnebago Adventurer Motorhome
  • For a larger/heavier vehicle like your Winnebago Adventurer, I do recommend going with the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains # TC4239 over a cable type like the Glacier # PW2114V that you mentioned. Even for a "just-in-case" set of chains to have on hand if needed, I would be feel much more comfortable having a set of heavy-duty chains like the Titan units, as they're just going to provide much better traction in the snow/ice than cables. Chains are also going to hold up much better for multiple...
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  • What Konig Premium Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains Fit a 285/40R21 Size Tire
  • The K67 Konig Premium Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains # TH2004565767 is actually the size you need as the K77 size # TH02230K77 doesn't fit your tire size of 285/40R21. The K67 is the exact same chains they just fit different tire sizes. I confirmed with my contact at Konig that these are the correct chains for your tires.
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  • Comparing Snow Socks, Cables, and Tire Chains for a 2020 Subaru Forester Touring
  • The correct ISSE Hybrid Snow Socks for a 2020 Subaru Forester with 225/55-18 tires is part # TCH70. The owner's manual as you stated recommends against using tire chains but does suggest alternative options which is where the snow socks come into play. I cannot make any legally biding statements in regards to what you can and cannot do to your vehicle but by the definition laid out in the owners manual the snow socks would be permissible therefore not voiding the warranty. The issue with...
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  • Tire Chains for 2017 Toyota Tacoma That Fit Multiple Sized Tires
  • There are tire chains which will fit both 265/70/R16 and 265/75/R16 tires on your 2017 Toyota Tacoma. The Titan # TC2828CAM will fit both size tires and be a great option in snow and ice. They are a ladder pattern to help with starting and stopping, and have been highly praised by our customers, as you can see in the reviews section of the product page. For tensioners you need # TCMA2. I've added links to video reviews of these chains for you to take a look at as well.
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  • Determining Which Tire Chains to Use on Front and Rear Wheels With Limited Clearance
  • If you are determined to use the Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern # TC2228 and Titan Chain Snow Tire Chains - Ladder Pattern - V-Bar Links # TC2828 on your 2000 Ford F-250 despite not having enough clearance in your wheel well then it would be a good idea to put the chains with the V-Bars on the rear wheels as opposed to the front, which you said was rubbing the wheel wells. This should help prevent the studded links from causing more damage to your wheel well. You are also...
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  • Manufacturer Restrictions and Recommendations for 2018 Subaru Crosstrek Limited Snow Chains
  • For your 2018 Subaru Crosstrek Limited, you should use chains or cable chains only on the front tires of your vehicle not on all 4 wheels. I've attached the page of the online owners manual that states this. Just to clarify, the owners manual states no use of chains and then states you can use cables, so the parsing of terms here an interesting way for them to get around liability for use. I recommend the Konig Self-Tensioning, Low-Profile Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains to Fit 245/50 R18 Size Tires on a 2017 BMX X3 35i
  • The letter "P" in front of the tire size just indicates that they're designed to be used on a passenger vehicle. Also, when your 2017 BMW X3's manual states that you need "fine link" chains it means there isn't a lot of clearance between the tires and any parts of the vehicle so you need to use chains that are designed for this. Chains are given a Class to designate how much clearance is required for them to be installed. Since your manual specifically states to use "fine link" I recommend...
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  • Snow Chain Recommendation for Tire Size 275/65R20
  • We do have a set of Pewag All Square Tire Chains that do fit your tire size of 275/65R20 as part number # PWE3231S but the part # PWE3229S that you referenced will not fit. These are a great set of chains that since they are square links will give you great traction in deep snow, and since they are reversible and made of Nickel Manganese alloy will last you a long time too. A lot of cheaper chains are made of a softer metal that just wears out quicker.
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for a 2016 Jeep Renegade with 215/65 R16 Size Tires
  • You aren't alone. A lot of vehicle manufacturers are erring on the side of caution and putting dislcaimers on using tire chains. Basically, this keeps them from being responsible if any damage is caused by the chains. It doesn't mean using chains will definitely damage the vehicle. But you do need to be careful when selecting them. I recommend choosing tire chains that are Class S compatible. Class S chains are designed for vehicle that have a small amount of clearance between the...
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  • Tire Chain Recommendation for Tire Sizes 225/75/R15 and 275/55R20
  • For the tire size you listed of 225/75R15 the correct size Glacier Twist Link chains are part # TC1142. Twist links chains are great as they offer a smoother ride quality. They don't do quite as well in deep snow when compare to square link or on ice like the V-bars. For a trailer though I would recommend going with a diamond pattern like the part # TC1553 as they offer better side to side traction over ladder style chains. With a trailer you don't want to end up locking up the tires...
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  • 2016 BMW x35i Snow Chain or Cables Recommendation Tire Size 315/35R20
  • In basically every way tire chains are superior to cables. Only exception is cables are pretty cheap, but you do get what you pay for in this situation you should keep that in mind. Also for your tire size of 315/35R20 we do not carry any cables that fit. So for tire chains I recommend the Konig Chains part # th2004705265 as they will give you excellent traction, install easily, and will last you a long time. I attached an install video for these for you to check out as well.
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  • Recommended Class S Snow Tire Chains for 2014 Ford F-350
  • The Class S tire chains I recommend for your 2014 Ford F-350 are the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains because their their square-shape links and diamond pattern give you optimal tread in snow as well as ice and are Class S compatible. These snow tire chains are made from manganese nickel alloy to ensure durability but also corrosion-resistant. The Titan Snow Tire Chains are very easy to put on; after you put them around your tires and loop the cables together you only need to drive...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 255/75-17 Tires on a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
  • If you are only using the chains for on-road applications with your 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited then I recommend the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains # TC2326 because they use square links in a diamond pattern for the best traction out there. These chains are also Class S compatible so you won't ever have to worry about clearance issues. For off-road applications you will want something a little more heavy-duty on your 255/75-17 size tires. In this case I recommend the Titan Chain...
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  • Snow Chains for 2017 Toyota Sienna
  • The Konig Standard Snow Tire Chains # TH01571245 will fit 235/55-18 tires, but are not Class S compatible. Your 2017 Sienna is going to need Class S compatible chains such as the Titan # TC1555. These are diamond-pattern chains that will give you traction in snow and you can see how they look on a 2017 Sienna by checking out the accompanying photo which shows them on that car. I've also added a link to a video review of these chains as well as a link to the chains that fit a 2017 Sienna.
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for P245/60R18 Tires on 2018 Ford Explorer
  • Ford says that the 2018 Explorer can use tire chains on the front tires IF the car has the tire size P245/60R18. It also states that only low-profile S-Class chains with no more than a 10mm clearance requirement should be used. This is noted on page 325 of the online owner's manual but I do suggest checking your printed manual in case it differs from the online version. We do have tire chains that meet these specific requirements. These chains appear on the linked page. The particular...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2017 Honda CR-V with P235/60R18 Tires That Offer Easy Installation
  • We can help you select tire chains that will be compatible with your 2017 Honda CR-V and its P235/60R18 size tires. All chains of the appropriate size are shown on the linked page. The online edition of the owner's manual for the car indicates on page 587 that chains of an appropriate size and of the low-profile (S-Class) type can be used on the FRONT tires only. Your printed manual should be checked in case it differs. Tire chains differ dramatically in how easy they are to install...
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  • Recommended Tire Chains for 2018 Subaru Outback Wagon
  • I took a look at the online version of the owner's manual for your 2018 Subaru Outback and it does state that the vehicle has very limited wheel well clearance. This means you will want to go with a tire chain set that is Class S compatible, which simply indicates that they are specifically designed for vehicles like yours and will require very little clearance to install. It also states that traction devices should only be used on the front tires. I do recommend checking your copy...
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  • Tire Chains for Winnebago Travato Conversion Van
  • Tire chains are selected based on the specific tire size on the vehicle. Since any given vehicle can often come equipped with more than one standard tire size you'll want to check the sidewall on your tires for their sizing designation. The size will appear like the example I linked for you. My research indicates the RV comes with tire size 225/75R 16C and all chains for this size appear on the linked page. The Titan chains # TC2524 that you referenced do not fit this tire size but the...
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  • Do Tire Chains for 2018 Toyota Highlander Include Rim Protection Feature
  • The Glacier V-Bar Snow Tire Chains # PWH2829SC do not include a rim protection feature as some other tire chain products do, although these heavy-duty V-bar link chains will provide excellent grip on both ice and snow. The 2018 Highlander can come with a 19-inch stock tire size, 245/55-19. For this tire size we offer many chains but none with the rim protection feature. For the smaller available tire size 245/60-18 we do offer two chain options that have rim protection to avoid scratches,...
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  • Tire Chains for 2015 Ford F-150 XLT with Tire Size 275/55-20
  • The tire chains we have for your 2015 F-150's tire size 275/55-20 are shown on the linked page. The chain options include both special low-profile S-Class type chains like # TC2327 as well as standard-class chains like # TC2533 that need more clearance to avoid contact with vehicle parts. It is always best to check your vehicle owner's manual before installing chains to ensure the auto maker allows their use. Some vehicles can use chains only on one axle or the other, and/or on only...
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  • Ladder Style Tire Chain Recommendation for 2007 Hyundai Tucson with Aftermarket Tires
  • The two stock tire sizes found on a 2007 Hyundai Tucson are 215/65-16 and 235/60-16. If your 2007 Hyundai Tucson has 235/60-16 tires, then the Titan Chain # TC2811CAM will do a great job at providing superior traction, especially in icy and deep snow conditions. They also feature cam tighteners which will help to properly fit and tension the chains on the tire. If you're in fact running 235/65-16 tires on your Tucson, then your best option is to go with the Glacier Alloy Square-Link...
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  • Tire Chains for a 2016 Toyota Highlander with 245/55-19 Tires
  • According to the owner's manual for your 2016 Toyota Highlander, tire chains can only be installed on the front two tires and cannot be greater than 3 mm thick on the side chain and 4 mm thick on the cross chain. The Glacier Twist Link Snow Tire Chains with Cam Tighteners part # PWH2229SC will fit your 245/55-19 tires but have a side chain thickness of 5.9 mm and a cross chain thickness of 5.5 mm therefore, I cannot recommend you use these tire chains. Should you decide to use them anyway,...
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  • Snow Chains for 2018 Subaru Forester
  • I took a look at the owner's manual for your 2018 Subaru Forester and it said that tire chains cannot be used but "another traction device (such as spring chains) may be acceptable"; it also states that the traction device needs to be Class S rated. This would allow you to use cable style chains such as Glacier Cable Tire Chains # PW1042 which will fit your Subaru if it has 225/55-18 tires, or Glacier Cable Tire Chains # PW1038, which are a fit for your vehicle has 225/60-17 tires. You...
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  • Recommended Snow Tire Chains For Honda Pilot 2013 5DR 4WD-EX-L
  • The QCC Premium Cobra 1046P chains you mentioned are not the only option, they are just a recommended option from Honda due to limited clearance. We have other limited clearance options for your P235/60 R18 tires on your 2013 Honda Pilot 5DR 4WD EX-L. The Titan chains # TC2829CAM are confirmed to fit your tires, but I don't recommend them because they are not for the limited clearance that is labeled class S. I recommend the Pewag Snox Pro Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond...
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  • Recommended Snow Chains for 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk with 245/65r17 Tires
  • For your 2015 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk with 245/65r17 tires, I recommend using the Konig Self-Tensioning Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - D Link - XG12 Pro - Size 250 # TH01594250 which require 12mm internal clearance between the sidewall and the vehicle itself. A more cost efficient alternative to these chains is the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair # TC2317 which require 15 mm internal clearance. I recommend measuring your clearances so...
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  • Recommended Cable Chains for 2017 Ford Explorer
  • For the 255/50-20 size tires on your 2017 Ford Explorer, I recommend the Titan Chain Cable Snow Tire Chains # TC3010. These are confirmed to fit this tire size and are Class S compatible, which means they are designed to work on vehicles with limited clearance like yours. I recommend adding a set of adjusters like the Titan Chain Multi-Arm # TCMA2, as these will tighten and maintain tension on the cable chains for an even better fit. I have attached an installation video on your 2017...
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  • Comparing Titan and Pewag Tire Chains for Tire Size 35x12.5x17 on Jeep Wrangler
  • Between the two tire chain sets you mentioned of # TC3231SCAM and # PWE3235SC the better choice is the Pewag set # PWE3235SC. Reason being the links are a little smaller at 5.6 mm instead of 7 mm which means you'll have a smoother ride in the lighter snow you mentioned. You'll still have really great traction though. Both sets are also made of the higher quality manganese nickel alloy which is the most durable material for chains. Other advantages the Pewag set has is the warranty is...
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