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Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair

Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair

Item # TC2526
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These heavy-duty, square-link tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice, with a diamond-pattern design for great tire coverage. Made of a durable, corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation. Great Prices for the best tire chains from Titan Chain. Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair part number TC2526 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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Titan Chain Tire Chains - TC2526

  • Tire Chains
  • On Road Only
  • Steel Square Link
  • Drape Over Tire - Make Connections
  • Deep Snow
  • Assisted
  • Not Class S Compatible
  • Titan Chain
  • No Rim Protection

These heavy-duty, square-link tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice, with a diamond-pattern design for great tire coverage. Made of a durable, corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation.


  • Heavy-duty alloy tire chains give you extra traction in snow and ice
  • Square links form cross chains
    • Great traction in snow
    • Excellent grip and stopping power on ice
    • Small link size contributes to a smooth ride
  • Diamond-pattern chains offer more tire coverage
    • Increased traction and stopping power when driving forward and during turns
  • Quick and simple manual installation with assisted adjustment
    • Integrated tensioners let you control the fit of your chains
  • Manganese nickel alloy construction is exceptionally strong, durable, and rust resistant
  • Reusable plastic storage case included


  • Application: 15" - 19.5" tires (for exact sizes, see below)
  • Link thickness: 0.216" (5.5 mm)
  • Max speed rating: 30 mph
  • Quantity: 2 tire chains
  • 30-Day limited warranty

Please note: To determine whether you can use snow chains on your vehicle, consult your owner's manual.


Installation Step 1

1. Spread the chain around the back of the tire.

Installation Step 2

2. Connect the yellow and blue cable at the back of the tire.

Installation Step 3

3. Push the cable into place behind the tire and center the cross chains on the tire's tread. Then, on the front side of the tire, join the 2 ends of the yellow side chain using the green hook.

Installation Step 4

4. Feed the silver draw chain with the rubber tensioner through the red channel at the bottom and pull it tight. Then run the tensioner through the red rings. (Note: Depending on your tire size, you might not be able to thread through both rings.) Pull the tensioner across the tire and fasten it to the yellow chain on the opposite side.

Installation Step 5

5. Pull your vehicle forward and retighten the chain.

How to Choose Snow Chains for Your Vehicle

To choose the right snow chain, you must match your tire size. Those measurements can be found on the side of your tire, as shown below.

Tire size on sidewall


  1. (185) - indicates tire width in millimeters
  2. (60) - gives you the aspect ratio (sidewall height as percentage of width)
  3. (15) - denotes the diameter of the wheel rim in inches

2526 Titan Chain Diamond HD Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Square Links - Light Trucks - 1 Pair

These chains fit the following tire sizes:

  • 225/70-19.5
  • 255/75-17
  • 255/85-16
  • 265/65-17
  • 265/70-17
  • 265/75-16
  • 32x11.5-15
  • 33x9.5-15

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Titan Chain Alloy Snow Tire Chains - Diamond Pattern - Square Link - 1 Pair - TC2526

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1355 Customer Reviews)

These heavy-duty, square-link tire chains provide excellent traction in snow and ice, with a diamond-pattern design for great tire coverage. Made of a durable, corrosion-resistant manganese nickel alloy with built-in tensioners to ease installation.

2001 Ford Expedition

These chains are Awesome in every way! I live at 7500' on a mesa in mexico, winter is get to town in the morning early while the roads are still frozen. . . otherwise its mud\snow\rock\ice, in a steady uphill climb. . . These chains go on so fast, (like 5min for a set). I use them on a 2001 AWD\4WD Expedition... FRONT end only and while I get some rear end sliding, the fronts just never break loose at all


Bought the Titan TC2526 chains for my 2005 Silverado. These are the 4th set of chains that I have bought from etrailer. They have good products at fair prices. Haven't used this pair yet,but expect the same performance as I have gotten from the previous sets.

1989 Ford F-150, F-250, F-350

Of course, I'm judging the product before using the product (no snow yet), BUT the one thing I wanted to use was the instructions. No useable instructions were included. Only two labels on the container (which was nice) with totally blank backs. One had a collection of micro pictures of tires that magically had chains mounted in seeming stop motion (the method of which was too small to interpret). If only there were adequate, readable instructions on a plastic sheet large and strong enough to keep my knees dry while mounting the chains. Perhaps I will edit this review once I have "experienced" the magic of tire chains.


I just received these the other day and tried one on before we head over a couple of passes for our Christmas venture. It fit like a charm on my 2009 Yukon XL 1500 with 265/70R17 tires. It took about 5 minutes to put one on in nice weather with no snow. If I need to change my review after using them I'll do so. For now, I am completely satisfied.

2020 Chevrolet Colorado

I needed these chains for the high country of Colorado and they will work great for that. They appear strong and easy to get on and off. Etrailers did a fantastic job of getting these to me in just a few day.


outstanding traction and a quality product. works great


The good: They are easy to put on. The price is cheap. Even if they bail you out one time it will be cheaper than calling a tow truck. The carrying case is nice so they store in the vehicle well.

The bad: They are built to a price point. I bought 2 sets, so for 4 tires. I used them the first time this week. They worked and paid for themselves, but 2 of the chains had issues that required repair till I can use them again. I don't think I'd drive 30mph on these, I'd be nervous they might come apart. They were hard to tension to the point they felt tight. One of the loops that hold the chain to the cable bent open, releasing the chain. If I was actually traveling with the chains placed the chain slapping around would likely do some damage. I was just trying to get up a 20 foot snowy hill with a trailer attached. To get the chains off, once they are unclasp and on the ground, you have to drive off of them. This maybe user error, but if you drive over the part where the cable clasp is, it bends closed so they can't be installed again. I'm surprised it bent driving over it in the snow but I know for next time to push that part out of the way to make sure it doesn't get bent again. The issue, if I hadn't noticed the next time I needed to use them I wouldn't of had tools to bend it back and would have been toast. The other hook, I still haven't decided how to bend it back. I worry if I heat it, it will be weaker than the first time but I'm sure I will be able to fix it.

So for an emergency chain that you think or are hoping you will never need, these are great! If you think you might use your chains regularly or need to actually drive longer distances or faster on them, I'd recommend buying something that will likely be twice as expensive. The expensive ones look about the same, but I'd guess they would be built a little more sturdy.


First of all, thanks for your follow up request. Our trip through the Rockies was cut short and we didn’t use them so we can’t yet rate them in actual use. I can attest that their design for installation is great. Easiest snow chain installation I’ve ever experienced. [you do test them before actually stuck in the snow don’t you?]
That said, I can rate my experience dealing with Etrailer as most satisfying. Kudos to them for hiring excellent staff.


I was getting stuck in snow and ice on my own driveway trying to plow myself out. My driveway is about 400 ft long and sits higher than the ground on each side. Contacted etrailer and spoke with Ashley. She was very helpful. I did not know the exact size of my tires, they are not off road tires, so we decided on a set of Titan TC2221 chains for the stock size tire. Turned out that I have taller tires and the Titan chains did not fit. Contacted etrailer again and spoke with Jesse. We got the right size chains for the truck and Jesse sent me a prepaid return label to send back incorrect chains. I spoke with Jesse on a Tuesday and the new chains were delivered by Thursday of the same week. Great service! The new chains are Titan TC2526. They fit great! I did have to jack up the tires so I could get the chain to center properly. They made a 100% difference in my ability to plow my driveway and not get stuck or to slide off to the side of the driveway into the ditch. Thanks again to etrailer and their staff!! No more slip sliding around…

Dodge Ram Pickup

Titan chains are some of the best chains I’ve used. The diamond chains are really easy to install and the diamond pattern makes the ride a little smoother compared to ladder style chains. I had a pair for my Ram 1500 for about a year and decided to get another pair for my wife’s Grand Cherokee, but Etrailer doesn’t list a pair of the diamond chains confirmed to fit the 265/60/R18 tire. I called Titan chain and they gave me the model number and the TC2526 fits perfectly. Not sure why Etrailer says it doesn’t.

2004 GMC Sierra

These are great tire chains! Very easy to install and remove. We used these a lot on my recent hunting trip and all the other guys were impressed with them. Definitely recommend you purchase these!

Nissan Titan

I ordered these Titan TC2526 chains at 7pm on Jan 3rd, the chains were here Jan 5th at noon. Way cool!

Today is the 6th and I had to use them today. I have a set of ladder type, which I purchased from etrailer several years ago, they suck to install and they are high maintenance.

These chains are still a bit of a pain to install too, largely because I didn't come standard equipment with three arms - lol

But they go on fairly easy and they work great! I can't seem to get the chains as tight as I feel they should be, but I drove 35 miles today with the chains on with zero problems.

They are also Way more smooth than the ladder type chains.

Overall, I think these are wonderful products.
Hopefully they will last a long time and get many miles of trouble free use.

Thank you etrailer for another wonderful experience!

Ford F-150

very good product,easy to put on,have a ford f150 4 by 4 have them on all 4 pretty much go thru anything.

works great
brian w - 02/26/2021


Pretty simple installation which is why I chose these chains. Had them both on in under 20 minutes...with the help of my dogs of course! Nice having the chain tightener already attached. They come in a nice case and go back into it very easy. Hoping to get to use these this season. That will be the true test.


Comparing these chains to $190 chain set from Les Schwab, these look to be stronger construction. Have not needed to use these chains yet, however, the links construction seems to be a superior quality.

Will update, if need be.


Easy to attach! Such an improvement over the last set of tire chains!
Erin, the representative, was thorough with checking to ensure the ordered chains would definitely fit our rig and conveyed her enthusiasm and belief in the product.
Would recommend this company and their products to all!

The video was most helpful!

2014 Toyota Tacoma

Installed on BFG All Terrain KO2 265/70R17 on 2014 Toyota Tacoma.
Fits as advertised. Will update when I get to use them for more than a test fit.

2010 Nissan Xterra

These chains seemed to make a big difference on my Nissan Xterra (Off-Road version). Even with BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires but no chains, I would slip and slide in several inches of snow especially if the road was sloped or slanted. I practiced installing the chains in my driveway first and then tried in actual conditions - snowy forest road. In both instances, I had the chains installed in 8 minutes. With the chains installed on my rear wheels (as recommended by Nissan), I was able to drive out of 10 inches of sugary/sand-like snow from a complete stop. I plan to test them further just to make sure that I wasn't having a "lucky" day. However, they seemed to make my Xterra feel more "sure-footed" than ever before.

I plan to only use them occasionally on forest roads near our property but the build quality appears to be good/durable for an imported product.

One note, I opted for this chain even though Nissan recommends a Class S Chain (ex: TC2326) for the Xterra. I don't advocate going against your Nissan manual but I had plenty of available space for this slightly larger diameter chain.

12/25/15 - Just a quick update on these chains. I used them this weekend in order to remember how to install them and to test them in some deeper snow. I installed them in just a few minutes like before and then tested them in 14-15 of fresh powdery snow. My family and I were amazed at how well they performed. They even worked on a 5° forest road without any slipping. At the top of the road, we looked back and could see where our skid plates and rear differential had carved through the snow because of the snows depth at least 14. Without the chains and being a stock Xterra, I think that we would have been digging ourselves out from being high-centered. As mentioned in my original post, our primary use is just to get us to our property if our access road has not been plowed. These chains will definitely provide the confidence that we can get there.
-- comment by: JW - 12/25/2015

Nissan Titan

The Titan chains worked great the two times I needed them. The case that they came in is stout and holds the chains even after use. Some original packaging seems to only work once, and requires origami like skills to put back in the case, not with this case. The chains fit snugly and provide very good traction, I expect they will last for years. Thanks for such a great product. Mac

Well, it has been a year and still only used them twice. I beleave it is time for a trip to the snow.
Mac - 12/27/2017


I finally had the chance to use the chains this weekend. I appreciated how easy to put them on.

I did not like however, after a few miles (sorry, I did not note the exact mileage) of traveling at 30 mph, I heard a clanking. One of the links had broken. I had to use one of the extra links and hook it to another chain link.

Fixed, I head back on the road, a few miles later I hear another clanking - this time on the other side of my truck. There were two links that had broken off, and the excess chains were hitting the wheel well.

Again, I did my best at securing the loose chains down and drove on. Luckily it was less than a mile when chain controls dropped.

I had a chance to look at the chains and found there were a total of four areas where the links broke. I’ve attached pictures. It appears that the breakage is occurring at the ring (that connects the chains together) that lies on the tread of the tire and is in contact with the road.

So this is disappointing. I don’t suppose there is still a warranty? Or perhaps you can suggest a way to fix this set of chains? Otherwise, they’re useless to me as they are broken and I can’t use them again and ... dang it, I need to do more research and get another set.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

2000 Chevrolet Silverado

In 2016, we purchased our first pair of chains, Item# TC2526. We are now purchasing our second pair. These are durable, easy to put on, off and gets us up and down our 400 foot steep driveway. Ice or snow won't stop these babies! Excellent quality and highly recommend!

Excellent! They are on the truck and we are getting ready for our next storm with them. Its makes our life a breeze!
Michele D - 12/15/2020


These chains are made well and are good quality. However, my tire size must be at the small side of the range of tires that the chains fit. The tensioner does not tighten the chains enough. This leaves the chains somewhat loose. As I was worried that they might contact the fender lip, I purchased a set of chain tensioners made for cable chains to tighten them.


Nice pair of chains that are easy to in stall.


I haven't had to use them in the snow yet, but I have practiced putting them on (don't let your first time be on the side of the road in a blizzard) They are quick and easy to put on and don't require driving over them to get on your tires. But like everything I have ordered from etrailer I'm missing one little part, which just makes it frustrating.


On-line shopping can be problematic if you live in Canada. The first web company I tried no longer ships to Canada. I phoned them and was told that they found it to be a hassle for them. Not so with ETRAILER. They took my business and I had my 2 pair of snow chains 4 days after ordering. I don't get that level of service from Canadian stores!
The chains themselves are better than I expected. They are solid and appear very well made and come with spare links. If I ever have to put them on my F-350 (I live in Victoria BC), I'll update this review.

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