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I tried on chains to confirm fit. These are aftermarket Martian 20x8.5 wheels with 245-45-20 Michelin CrossClimate SUV tires so I went with the recommended chain size on Koenig website (250 XG-12Pro) which is same type on Tesla’s website but just different size. Relatively easy install and there...
Hey man, I just purchased this and got it yesterday. I tried to put this on but it doesn't seem to fit. Is it a tight fit and do you have any tips or tricks to make the installation easy? Thanks for your help
Oh they are snug… as I mentioned in my original posting (need to search & find that long post) but they work… and they are tight. But I also do not want loose chains up inside the wheel wells so I’d prefer to make the instal/removal tough… so I don’t destroy my car w loose chain fitment.
I carry mine for insurance… never needed them yet as AWD vehicles on WA passes do not need to install chains - just carry them for insurance (& my piece of mind.).
If you absolutely need chains for travel and worry about ease of instal/removal - there are many other options for north of $400. They take up lots of space in the cabin & cost too much for my use - so I went simple & waay cheaper.