Tire Chains - Diamond
installation instructions
diamond tire chains

Quite simply - The best car snow chains on the market. Easiest installation of all our tire chains. Diamond CAR tire chains pattern insures a comfortable drive with less vibration and noise. Maximum traction with minimal brake distance and skidding. The small square alloy links and the short length of each cross chain minimizes wear and breakage. Recommended for ABS and traction control systems. Very easy, simple installation without the need to jack up, or move the car. We offer two stylesSAE CLASS "S" and our exclusive Ultra-Thin diamond snow tire chains for vehicles with restricted wheel clearances. Reversible for increased life. Minimal noise and vibration.Improves traction and stopping distance by as much as 75% compared to car Cable Snow Chainss.Comes complete with installation instructions. Store compactly in the included nylon carrying case. Available in two qualities - TUV and ONORM.  TUV is equivalent to a UL Standard.  ONORM is the Austrian Standard which requires a higher quality steel which lasts up to 80% longer than the TUV Standard.
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TIRECHAIN.COM'S Diamond Snow Chains are
Approved by TUV
The German Safety/Quality Standard

Diamond Tire Chains
Installation Video

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diamond chains front
front side

diamond tire chains rear
rear side

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Arrange the diamond chains on the ground in an arc in front of the wheel.

snow chains diamond under rear
Slide the chains on the ground behind the
rear side of the wheel so its open ends are facing you.

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Grasping the blue and yellow coded ends,
Hook together the end link fastener for the rear side.

diamond tire chains hook
Hook the end link of the blue outer side chain to the red connecting hook.

snow chains diamond installed

Drape the diamond tire chains over the tire tread so the outer chain ring is aligned evenly around the sidewall of the tire. Pass the tensioning chain through the track and eyelets
and pull it as tight as possible.
Attach the rubber tensioning hook under light tension on the outer blue side chain. After a few wheel revolutions stop, retighten the rubber tensioning chain and attach the tensioning hook to lock into position.

After initial installation, move vehicle forward or backward at
least 15 feet and retighten chains. Failure to do so may reduce chain life by 50%.