Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Snow Tire Chains Review

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Review of the Titan Chain Diamond Alloy Snow Tire Chains


Today we're going to be taking a look at the Titan Diamond Alloy snow tire chains, part number TC1553. This style of tire chain accommodates a wide variety of tire sizes. Please see our website for more details. These tire chains are designed to fit around manufacturer wheel sizes with highway treads. They're made of a strong heavy duty Manganese alloy which is super strong and durable. The small design of the square links is going to help to accommodate vehicles with minimal clearance. They have a rubber tensioner already included with the tire chain so that you won't need a separate rubber tensioner to fully secure the chains to the tire. They are self-tensioning so they will be super snug and tight to your tire without having to get out and make any adjustments. Now this style of tire chain goes around the tire vertically and horizontally, completely covering the tire to give you the most traction possible.

It grips really well in light snow and also in ice. We'll begin our installation by first laying the tire chains flat out on the ground to undo any kinks or tangles. This is going to ensure that the tire chain will fit correctly around our tire. Now we'll go ahead and start with the yellow end of the cable, which will feed back behind the inside of our tire. We'll then bring the two ends together up at the 12:00 position and hook the male and female end of the chain together. This will allow us to drape the tire chain over the tire. After it's centered we'll go ahead, and at the 12:00 position, connect the green hook with the yellow link. We'll still work the tire chain around the tire still making sure that it is centered. With that done, we'll insert the grey chain into the red tensioner and pull it tight. You can see that the chain will fit into the slot of the tensioner which is going to lock in a position. We'll then insert the chain with the rubber tensioner through the two red loops. We'll then pull it tight and secure it at the opposite end of the chain.

This is going to clench all of the sides together. Now that the tire chain is installed, we'll go ahead and head out in the snow and show you how it performs. And with that, that'll complete today's review of the Titan Diamond Alloy snow tire chains part number TC1553. .


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