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Thule Konig CB-12 Tire Chains Reviews


Thule tire chains

Reviewed By Doris H (Port Clinton, OH) Reviewed for a 2008 Honda Accord —11/15/2018 6:28 AM

Very prompt deliver, tire chains are of exceptional quality though we have not used them as yet.

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Thule Konig XB-16 Tire Chains Reviews


Thule Konig XB-16 tire chains

Reviewed By James A. H (Algoma, WI) Reviewed for a 1996 Dodge Ram —1/11/2018 9:53 AM

Chains went on pretty easily. It's important that you run slowly, about 100 yd and check chains. The chains find themselves on the tire and need re-tightening. Then you're good to go.

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Thule Konig Easy Fit Tire Chains Reviews


Simple installataion

Reviewed By JOHN T (WASHINGTON, UT) Reviewed for a 2016 Lexus LS 460 —12/28/2017 6:28 AM

I decided to do a practice install to see how easily the tire chains are to install. I decided that I needed to add a pair of gloves to the package as well as a forked stick about two feet long to help push the cables to the back side of the tire fore and aft to simplify the installation. Finally obtained a set of chains that are most simple to install. Of course I have not installed them in the snow yet, but think it will be a comparative snap now.

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Helpful Tire Chains Articles

  • May

    2018

    How To Install Thule Tire Chains - Tire Chain Installation Video for Cars, Trucks & SUVs

    When the weather outside is frightful, installing snow chains is not delightful. Of course, the only time you need the friggin chains is during inhospitable conditions. The best way to get yourself back in the car pronto is to know how to handle your Thule tire chains before you’re caught in a storm. So, is the weather nice where you are? Are you inside? Good. Now’s the perfect time to learn!