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Titan Chain Cable Tire Chains Installation - 2016 Kia Sedona

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How to Install the Titan Chain Cable Tire Chains on a 2016 Kia Sedona

Today on our 2016 Kia Sedona we will be taking a look at installing a tightening chain cable snow tire chains, with ladder pattern and steel rollers, part number TC1046. In here you can see the ladder pattern on the vehicle, so to give you extra traction for those starts and stops on slippery roads. The rollers are going to wrap around the cable to form cross chains. For good traction in light snow, and low profile that allows a smooth ride. These are going to be SAE class S chains, and are designed for vehicles with restrictive wheel clearance. Now let's go ahead and see how they're installed. We will be installing them on tire size 235/60 R18.

Once you pull your snow tire chains out of the bag, you want to make sure that you lay them out flat, and make sure that you don't have any kinks, twists, binds. If you look at our ends here you are going to see that we do have it laid out for the flat side is going to be up against the ground. That's because we're going to grab that backside and just slide it over, so that the backs and flat part of our links here will be touching the back of your tire. We'll go ahead and find the center and place it over our wheel. Slide it up and over, and adjust it if necessary.

The back on each side should be just touching the ground. That'll give you a pretty good center, and then we can go around the backside and make our connection. Taking our link, we're going to place our cable through. Now keep in mind you will be able to go real tight here on the back, but we don't want to make it over right. That way when we get to the other side we're going to be putting it on two or three, instead of five or six like we did on the backside. We want to try keeping it as even as possible.

Place over your cable stay just like so, so make sure that you retain that cable so it's not slapping around on the inside. Now let's go ahead and go over to the front side and make our connection. We're on five here on the back, so let's make sure that it's within four of six on the front. Take your link, slide your cable through, and pull it as tight as you can. Look at that, we're on five and five, so that's going to be perfect.

Place our cable stay in there, and there you have your chains placed on your vehicle. Now let's go ahead and use that tensioner that's going to be highly recommended. It's going to be part number TCMA2, which is going to be the tighten chain adjuster, and it's going to make sure that you maintain maximum tension on your chains, so you don't have any slipping. When you place it on, you want to make sure that that flat part, or round part of the hook is facing against the wall of the tire, and you're going to go in alternating pattern, so crisscross all the way around. Maintaining that tension, so we're going to make sure that we have nice reliable traction. Now we're ready to hit the road, and that will do it for our review and installation of the tighten chain cable snow tire chains with ladder pattern and steel rollers, part number TC1046 on our 2016 Kia Sedona.

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