|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||47 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||80030|
|Manufacturer Part Number||80030|
|OEM Part Number||80030|
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CURT 80030 Safety Chain
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- Helps resist complete vehicle-trailer separation during a disconnect
- Features a minimum break force of 5,000 lbs.
- Chain assembly must meet or exceed gross trailer weight
- Grade 30 rating for good tensile strength in utility applications
- Assembled with two 7/16" S-hooks for secure attachment
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No matter how far you are planning to drive -- down the street or across the state -- using safety chains when you tow is smart, safe and required by law. Without safety chains attached, there is a serious risk of danger if your trailer becomes uncoupled from your trailer hitch. Play it safe with safety chains, and play it even safer with safety chains from CURT. CURT has a few different options when it comes to securing your trailer.This basic safety chain is made from high-quality steel and is grade 30 certified. It is equipped with two sturdy 7/16" S-hooks for reliable coupling to your vehicle and features a minimum break force of 5,000 lbs. Remember, each safety chain assembly connecting your trailer to your vehicle must meet or exceed the gross trailer weight. This CURT safety chain measures a total length of 48" and has chain links with a 1/4" diameter.In our book, making safety a priority when you tow is a must. We offer all the safety equipment needed for successful towing, from our electrical components to our safety chains. The next time you hitch up for an adventure, always Bring It safely with CURT.
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For my heavier trailers I use 5/16 grade 70 bulk chain with no extra welds terminated with 6 inch dual lock clips that are like a double safety pistol that requires two actions to allow the trigger to drop the hammer.
This safety chain is adequate if you follow the chain rules of cross under hook up that gives minimal play if coupler fails while giving maximum turning angle.
The obvious shortcomings with this chain hook and strength is that it is conceivable that the hook could jump out of the receiver due to impact of some kind. Probably never happen to me but bad things do happen like blow outs that make the wild ride of Mr. Toad seem tame.
Curt sells chains and hooks that are more desirable and if you look at the difference in ratings between use and test strengths. this should be your guidelines. 2000 pound trailer = 20,000 pound hitch and safety chains. is a good number to live by.