Titan Chain Wide Base and Dual Tires Snow Tire Chains Review

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Review of the Titan Chain Wide Base and Dual Tires Snow Tire Chains

Adam: What's going on, everybody Adam here with etrailer. Today, we're going to be taking a look at the line of Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains. So these chains are going to be for your wide-based tires or even some of your dual tires. These are going to have a low carbon construction, going to be extra hard, and they are going to wear away relatively evenly. It is going to take quite a bit, a couple of seasons, to start noticing that wear. But these twist links are going to get a really good traction, but it's also going to be a little bit smoother than some of those big, chunky square links that you may see.As you can tell here, it is a ladder-pattern style, so it isn't going to be as smooth as some of the less aggressive chains.

But we're looking for the best grip, and these are going to give you pretty much one of the better grips of the more aggressive style chain. But we're still going to get a decent ride, so it's definitely the best of both worlds in my opinion. We don't have any cam tensioners on this style chain, which some people like them, some people don't. Some people have been saying that sometimes they actually come undone whenever it's more thick, harder, icy snow, just because it kind of runs in and then undoes the cams. And also if you guys have the tool and you guys lose it, that might not necessarily be good.

So we won't have that issue here, but we will have to make sure and find our rubber tensioner, which we are going to need with these chains. But that's just one little thing. It's the same as just having to keep track of your cam tensioner tool.It does come in a canvas bag, not necessarily the best bag, but it definitely gets the job done. They both fit in there. That's pretty much what we're looking for.

But these don't necessarily wear. They don't really keep up over time, so after a while you might see them rip a little bit so you might have to go ahead and grab another bag. But they do come in a set of two. So for your two-wheel applications, you guys can just go ahead and grab one. But if you want to put them on all four of your tires, you can just go ahead and grab two.

We do not want to exceed 30 miles an hour, and that's pretty much it.Here's a rubber tensioner. This is what they look like. They're just on our website. If you guys just scroll down on the webpage, it should be in the related parts. It does not come with the kit, but it is a one-stop shop so you don't really have to go anywhere else. All we really need to do is just make sure that the hook is going to be facing the outside of our wheel. And then we just want to do our best to be as symmetrical as we can. This is just going to evenly distribute all of that force throughout the tensioner, which is just going to help it keep it nice and tight. But once we get all that hooked up, we do recommend rolling over them a couple of times, coming back out and then checking and make sure it's still nice and tight. If it is, ready to hit the road. Well, everyone, that just about does it for a look at the line of Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains.

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