Thread: Trailer chains
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Old 04-18-2013, 08:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Corbet View Post
I like the pin system on the car hauler even tough Dave does not Gives you the ability to adjust the chain length for different vehicles. I always need extra chain for my 4x4 labs bumper as the chain eyelets are up under / behind the bumper.
I'll clarify, the way they did that is fine. If you do it yourself you need to make sure the slot is cut cleanly and just large enough for the link to fit through. If it's a hole, the pin will bend or pull through before the chain link bends. Also, I thought the OEM would put them on leashes so someone can't put undersized fastener in for lost pins.
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