Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains Installation - 2020 Hyundai Palisade

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How to Install the Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains on a 2020 Hyundai Palisade


Colin: Hey everyone. It's Colin here at etrailer and today we have a 2020 Hyundai Palisade and we're going to be doing a test fit of the Titan chain alloy snow tire chains. Now you want to keep in mind that these are going to be for tire size 245/50-R20. Now with these tire chains, these are going to get you through any situation that you might find yourself in with the inclement weather, whether it's snow and ice. They're super easy to install, which is a nice feature about them. You're not going to have to worry about laying underneath your car and trying to make connections like the standard ladder pattern chains you might find, but also self-tensioning so we don't need to worry about any self tensioner getting separately for our chains where it will just pull down on each side of the chain, like in a star pattern.These are going to have a tensioning system built into it so you don't have to worry about misplacing it and it's going to keep your chains snug against your tire.

And the chains have a diamond pattern and that's going to give you more coverage around your tire rather than a ladder pattern style and our D links right here are going to give you the bite you need to get through any of that thicker snow and ice and we're also going to have a manganese nickel alloy steel construction. It's going to be super durable and resist rust and corrosion. Now what's also going to help the ease of installation is the color coded connection points. Up here, you see we've got this green hook and we got our yellow links all the way around. These yellow links also have a nice coating tin so they're not going to be cold to the touch like the steel up here would be be so if you don't have gloves you don't have to worry about freezing your hands.And then down here you can see with our red loops and our red channel, it just makes for a very easy install.

It really pops out everything you need to get installed. Now let's take a closer look at the tensioner. You can see this gray chain comes up, kind of pulls up on this channel right here and it locks in, just making sure to keep our chains snug against our tire. The excess comes through here and pulls down and it really does have a nice snug fit. I can't really adjust them at all and these are also going to be SAE class S certified meaning that they're good for vehicles with low wheel well clearance so like our Palisade which doesn't have a lot of space up here, not going to have to worry about the chains making contact with anything back there.Chains do you have a maximum speed rating of 30 miles per hour although in those conditions you really shouldn't be going that fast anyway and we do have a nice carrying case.

It does come in a quantity of two, one for each tire. We installed them on the front of our Palisade because it does come with front wheel drive. Although if you do have an all wheel drive vehicle and you want to have it set for the back tires, just use the same part number. Should be the same tire size. Now obviously you can see we don't have any inclement weather right now, but it's always a good idea to go ahead and practice putting your chains on before you get out in those situations so that you know exactly what you're doing when you encounter that situation.

Let's go ahead and show you guys how to install these right now.So the first thing you want to do is lay out your chain flat. So you won't get out any kinks or twists or any tangles that your chain might be in or if there's any broken links, you want to make sure you avoid using the chains and that's something you probably always want to check before you go out. Make sure your chains are in good condition. Now from there what we're going to do is slide the chain behind our tire so there's a little bit of groundwork, but not nearly as much as those ladder pattern chains where we have to lean under it and make a connection. We'll come to the other side and pull it all the way out and then just make sure we get that lined up as good as we can with the bottom of our tire, just like that.Now we're going to grab both sides of the cable and bring it up behind our tire and make the connection just like that. From there you can kind of let that cable sit behind your tire a little bit. Grab ahold of your chains and drape them over the top insides of your tire. Just like that. Now from here, we can make our first connection up top and that's these three yellow links to our green hook. We don't want to make it too loose like that. We are able to can go to the second one or even the third one. I think we'll go back to the third one just because it's not too difficult. You don't want to have to yank them up to make the connection unless you have to. But with these, we can go to the third one pre easily and get that connected.Just make sure you're constantly adjusting them, making sure they're fitting on your tire. And then down here, we'll just take the chain and feed it through this loop. What we're going to do is just pull up on it and get that chain locked in there like so. That Link's going to lock into the red channel. Take the excess and then feed it through these red loops. This one's a little bit caught so we just got to fix that real quick. There we go. Just like that. And then we're going to take the rubber part of our tensioner and follow the yellow chain as far as we can and then get it connected just like that. And just make sure your chains are snug and then repeat this process for the other side.Now once you've got both sets of chains installed. Go ahead and drive forward a little bit and it's always a good idea to stop and get out and just make sure there's no adjustments needed to your chains. Other than that, you're ready to hit the road. Well, thank you all for watching. That'll do it for our look at and install of the Titan chain alloy snow tire chains on our 2020 Hyundai Palisade. Stay safe out there.


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