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

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

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These square-link, diamond-pattern tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice for vehicles with limited wheel well clearance. Made of a durable and corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation. Great Prices for the best tire chains from Titan Chain. Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair part number TC2327 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Titan Chain Tire Chains - TC2327

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

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


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


  • Application: 17" - 22" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Link thickness: 0.145" (3.7 mm)
  • Maximum speed rating: 30 mph
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • 30-Day limited warranty


Installation Step 1

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

Installation Step 2

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

Installation Step 3

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

Installation Step 4

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

Installation Step 5

5. Pull your vehicle forward and retighten the chain.

Class "S" Designation

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

SAE Class S Clearances

These chains will fit your tires provided there is both:

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

How to Choose Snow Chains for Your Vehicle

To choose the right snow chain, you must match your tire size. Those measurements can be found on the side of your tire, as shown below.

Tire size on sidewall


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

2327 Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Square Links - Light Trucks - One Pair

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 265/70-18
  • 275/45-22
  • 275/55-20
  • 275/65-18
  • 275/75-16
  • 285/45-22
  • 285/50-20
  • 285/60-18
  • 285/65-18
  • 285/70-17
  • 305/40-22
  • 325/40-22
  • 33x10.5-15

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Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair - TC2327

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1481 Customer Reviews)

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


Got into some deep snow in the mountains on a narrow, icy forest service road and accidentally slid my truck off the road and into a ditch while trying to turn around. After shoveling and installing these chains on all four tires, I drove back onto the road in 4High and got turned around with no issues. No problems driving with them the rest of the day as the snow storm continued. Moral of the story- don’t be dumb and put chains on before things get bad.

These tire chains fit the tire and rim well once everything was properly tightened. Picture directions for installation are easy to follow (be sure to practice once in your driveway when weather is good). I personally prefer the diamond pattern because you always have chains contacting the ground. All of that plus no issues so far I am giving 5 stars, but note I have not used these on compact ice on paved roads; only for snow and ice on gravel/dirt roads.

2016 toyota Tundra

William S. was very helpful & knowledgeable of the products I was interested in.

I received them in a timely manner. I installed them with little difficulty (on all four wheels) of my 2016 Toyota tundra and took it for a test drive on hard packed snow & ice covered roads in our neighborhood which includes some very steep hills. They worked great. Traction & control uphill & down was excellent. There was no interference to full lock turns in front even though I had oversized tires 285/75 R 18's.


Waited a year to write this review. These chains are amazing!!!! I have a 2WD truck and love my winter sports (I know I know). Anyways, just got back from a week in Mammoth Lakes CA, Mammoth is currently experiencing some of the most snow for the season that they've had for awhile. These chains stayed on my truck for all 5 days there. Through powder, packed snow, ice, etc. These chains DELIVERED!!!!!!!! I am so happy with them that my friends who have 4wd that were on the trip asked about them and are ordering the same ones for their trucks as well! I couldn't be more happy with the purchase.

2021 Ford F-150

I bought these for a '21 F-150 4x4 which requires S class chains for the front wheels (very poor decision by Ford!). Admittedly having to go to the lightweight class S chain limits options but whoever designed this rube goldberg operation never put chains on a truck with P275/65R18 tires and certainly never drove with them on. The mounting instructions are pretty straight forward and the chains go on quickly but the tightening arrangement is a joke and the chain will slap the body at anything more than a 1-2 mph crawl since the "tightener" leaves the chains VERY loose when installed per the instructions. You could probably remove a few links from the tightener but their pretty lightweight to begin with and you might have trouble getting the end piece securely connected back to the remaining links. You will definitely need to apply a set of traditional 5-6 point tighteners (I like the rubber ones versus the metal spring ones since they don't ice up) to make these chains work. I also think it will be very difficult to unhook the inside rubber loop of this chain set once you get a bit of snow and ice packed on it but I haven't had a chance to try that yet. I have purchased chains from for years and they have always had top notch products...until now. Perhaps these fit better on a larger tire but not on these factory 18" Michelins. On the plus side the delivery from etrailer was very fast.

This sounds pretty frustrating. You do have to run the tensioner through at least one of the red rings. Pull the tensioner across the tire and fasten it to the yellow chain on the opposite side. You can also purchase something like item # TCMA2
Titan Chain Multi-Arm Rubber Tire Chain Adjuster for Light Trucks - 1 Pair
to make the chains tighter.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 06/20/2022


Excellent product, as described. Super fast shipping. I’m a repeat customer with etrailer. One of the best businesses on the internet.


I just received it today. I have not attempted to mount, so, I also haven't tested them. I may test them by the end of Jan. You can follow up with me then for a full review. They did arrive on time and the box is undamaged. Thank you,


I appreciate that etrailer got these delivered so quickly. I had not remembered to get them before winter to be able to show caltrans for heading into hills on snowy days. I have not used them but always appreciate etrailer’s reliable reviews .


Carrying case and chains are excellent quality, even beyond my expectations and delivered exactly on time for my trip. I am completely satisfied with this transaction it is a pleasure to do business with such a well run organization.


Nice chains.. but took close to a week to ship it out of the factory.. why so long??

Fit very good. With some practice they go on easy. They do get very tangled easly. In storage.
Eric - 12/23/2022

Pontiac Montana

Great customer service! Spoke with some very fine and enthusiastic service reps - thanks
Am traveling across Idaho and Montana today with high quality chains ‘on board’ - thanks again


I have not had to use them yet but appear to be of good quality. Good to know I have them and won't get trapped when we are at our mountain house in the winter.

2017 Ford F-150

Installed on a 2017 F150 with 275/55/R20 wheels. These chains were very easy to install and watching the installation videos were very helpful. The carry case is perfect and is very compact so it doesn't take up much room in your truck cab and can fit nicely under the rear seat. It comes with a replacement chain link hitch so in case one breaks you have a backup. It would be nice to have two thought. Either way, I look forward to my trip to Boone NC winter and if I have to use the chains, I will be back to write a second review on how they worked out.


First .... customer service is great. I needed the chains for a trip to Northern MN. , planned on leaving on Saturday ... they were ordered on Wednesday with 2 day service. The chains arrived the next day around 1300 hrs., were well packaged, and the case for the chains is well made. Now the fun part installation. I have "baby mud" tires ... the chains don't easily slide over the surface ... not a big deal, it just takes a little longer to center the chains. However, the next issue started to annoy me. The tension chain was too long. Was I centered properly? I adjusted chain again ... still too loose. Back to the video. You can pickup some of the slack by the link that attaches to the green hook. Ok ... better, but still too loose. Back to the product reviews. I was not alone .... the fix (per mfg) was simple and now obvious. Loop the tension chain over the yellow chain once (you're simulating another red hoop) and the attach the tension chain. Readjust after driving a short distance. I'm sure they will perform well ... the test willl be snow covered looging roads. The one thing I suggest is to put them on in good conditions .... better to resolves any issues in a nice enviroment.


I can put these on in under 2 minutes per tire without having to drive the vehicle over the chains. Also a very nice carrying package. I purchased these as backup in the event of slippery conditions when hauling a 24' ice house of the lake. Have not had to use on the ice yet, but I did practice putting them on the tire to avoid learning curve on ice.

Toyota 4Runner

While I have not yet been able to actually use the tire chains that I purchased I can say that the product seems to be well made and I cannot really say that have found anything that I find less than I was hoping for.

That said, I am really writing this review to attest to the service that I received from e-trailer. From my initial call to get help selecting the proper chains for my 4Runner to a minor issue that I had later, the company has been nothing by kind, professional, and service oriented. I definitely recommend working with them.


Although the product was excellent, the case it came in was sent knowingly damaged. One of the handle straps is totally missing and the other is half torn off. Can't believe this was sent in this condition.

Customer Service will reach out to you.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 01/10/2022


After a few days in Yosemite I would highly recommend this snow chain. It is very easy to put on and take off. The design is well thought out.

Pros - well made, very easy to put on and take off, performed very well in heavy snow

Cons - will shift over time that will require re-tensioning

I would recommend getting the add on tensioner so that the chains are equally held in place. I've seen others used bungee cords.

2015 GMC Sierra

These chains fit perfect on my 2015 GMC Sierra all terrain with 20” wheels. They have come in handy many times.


Super easy to install took me about 10 minutes to install, not bad for my first time. Highly recommend, perfect fit for my Nissan titan 2020. Chain’s came with a travel case”thank you “ pictures posted it’s just a practice test.

2022 Jeep Gladiator

Outstanding and timely service despite supply chain issues. I had reviewed many chain/cable options, however I desired actual chains with appropriate clearance on a Jeep Gladiator. Appreciate the excellent website and sizing guidance.


Great product! Easy to install and isn’t heavy. Highly recommend.

2016 Ford F-150

Fit well even on 20s. Adequate clearance. Relatively easy to install.

Used them once but they worked well and went on nicely.
Jon G - 11/06/2018


great product, delivery was super fast


Didn’t get to use them yet but I like the carrying case and it’s good insurance if it does snow. And I’m glad you guys make these small chains because the F1 50 does not have much room.

Cadillac Escalade

Best chains I could find for my Cadillac Escalade. I liked the Thule chains for my Lexus.

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