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Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter - 3,300 lbs

Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter - 3,300 lbs

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This threaded, 1/2" link makes it simple to attach a chain; repair a broken chain; or connect 2 chains, cables, or ropes. Sturdy, zinc-coated steel chain link has a breaking strength of 16,500 lbs. 1-800-940-8924 to order CURT accessories and parts part number C82932 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all CURT products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter - 3,300 lbs. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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CURT Accessories and Parts - C82932

  • Safety Cables
  • Tow Bar
  • Trailer Safety Chains
  • Safety Cable Parts
  • Safety Chain Parts
  • Quick Links
  • CURT
  • 1/2 Inch Diameter

This threaded, 1/2" link makes it simple to attach a chain; repair a broken chain; or connect 2 chains, cables, or ropes. Sturdy, zinc-coated steel chain link has a breaking strength of 16,500 lbs.


Features:

  • Sturdy link lets you quickly attach a chain to chains, cables, ropes, or hooks
    • Also repairs a broken chain
  • Threaded keeper screws shut - no tools required
  • Steel construction is strong and durable
  • Zinc coating resists corrosion


Specs:

  • Break strength: 16,500 lbs
  • Working load limit: 3,300 lbs
  • Diameter: 1/2"
  • Quantity: 1 quick link
  • 1-Year limited warranty


82932 1/2" Quick Link by Curt





Video of Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter - 3,300 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Curt Threaded Quick Link Review

Hello neighbors, it's Brad here at etrailer, and today we have the CURT Threaded Quick Link in a half inch diameter with a 3,300 pound working load limit. Now these are handy for a bunch of different reasons, but the reason we're using them today and a prime example of how they come in handy is gonna be when you tow anything you're gonna have safety cables. So whether it be a flat tow or a trailer, and sometimes the clevis hooks (hook clinks) or whatever hooks you may have, may not fit on the hitch. And that's where we we're here. We couldn't get this to latch on, and that's gonna make it not a safe towing experience. So, the way to fix this is put our quick link on here, (quick link rattles) and this is gonna make it a nice mounting point for our safety chain to go on.

And the great part too is there's no tools required. I can simply thread this on by hand and that's gonna stay in place. Now these are also zinc coated, so they're gonna hold up to corrosion. And if these do seize up for whatever reason, generally it's gonna take a long time and no problem. You can simply just put a crescent wrench on here and knock those loose pretty easily.

And whenever you're ready to hook up, super simple, just clip on. Now, not only does it work for hooking up your safety cables, but also if you need to get some chains attached to each other, this can be the link between them. And it's nice to have on hand in case you do have a chain break. This is the way that you can fix that. So it's just a nice little benefit.

It's got a bunch of different uses. And the main thing is, it's heavy duty. So this has a working load limit of 3,300 pounds, which is pretty strong. But the brake limit is 16,500. So very, very heavy duty.

So you can use this in a lot of different applications. Now these do come individually as a quantity of one, so pick up as many as you need. And having these on hand means that you're gonna be ready just in case the chain breaks or if you need to hook up to anything. And that was a look at the CURT Threaded Quick Link.

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Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter - 3,300 lbs - C82932

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (16 Customer Reviews)

This threaded, 1/2" link makes it simple to attach a chain; repair a broken chain; or connect 2 chains, cables, or ropes. Sturdy, zinc-coated steel chain link has a breaking strength of 16,500 lbs.

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Poor packaging like always. These were thrown in a box of marker lights, causing damage to the lights during shipping. etrailer never reads my reviews and fixes this issue, which I complain about every time I order the lights that these quick links caused damage too in the box. See photos.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

9/22/2023

I am sorry that that happened. I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.



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surved my purposes. bought it twice!



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I use these to attach straps to my trailer tie downs. Since the surface on the tie down points is a little rough, they would wear down the fabric on the straps. These quick links are perfectly smooth and were the perfect solution for my purpose.



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Great connector for safety cables on my boat.

Nick O.

12/28/2017

After a year, the connectors still look and perform like new.



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I needed a link to attach my safety chains to my trailer . These were perfect. Definitely overkill but
Over design is not bad when talking safety .

Thanks



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I am glad you wrote me the links I recieved do not fit the inteded
application. I have a 2019 GMC Sierra 2500HD. The hooks do not open
wide enough to slip through the trailer hook holes.



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Just barely fit on my f-250 receiver, but will work.



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Product was just as seen, shipping on time for job, excellent customer service



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Very happy with all. Service and delivery.



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I have not installed both parts until after I find some chain or cable to connect them.



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See what our Experts say about this CURT Accessories and Parts

  • Safe Working Load Limit vs Break Strength Rating for Quick Links
    Great questions! The safe working load limit that you see on products like the Curt Safety Chain Quick Link # C82932 has to do with everyday use. So, if you were to use this quick link to regularly pull something Fulton doesn't recommend exceeding 3,300 lbs (6,600 lbs for 2 of them). Since you're looking to use these for your trailer safety chains you need to be looking at the break strength or capacity. With a break strength of 16,500 lbs you are well over the weight of your 4,300 lb...
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  • Replacing Safety Chain Loops on Trailer That Broke Off
    Happy new year to you as well! The best way to replace (or add new) safety chain loops to your trailer frame is to simply have new ones like the Brophy # MB38 welded on. There's really not another good method for doing this that will ensure safe operation in the event of a breakaway situation. You can then add some Quick Links like # C82932 (if you don't already have them) to the loops that will hook up to your safety chains. I have attached a short video review on the Safety Chain...
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  • How Does the Difference of Working Load Limit and Maximum Capacity Apply for Fulton Quick Links
    The Working Load Limit (WLL) is the maximum working load designed by the manufacturer. The maximum capacity is the highest load the product can support. So, for your application (flat towing) the WLL really won't apply since there is no working load. The safety cables aren't working, unless there's a problem. The Curt Quick Links # C82932, being rated for 16,500 pounds, is the strongest we carry and has got nothing but great reviews from the customers who have purchased them.
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  • Can You Use Quick Links With Saftey Cables On A Trailer
    Yes, you can use a quick link like # C82932 to attach your Curt Saftey Cables # C80176, however each component must exceed or meet the GVWR of your trailer. So if your trailer is 12,000lbs, you'd need quick links that are also rated for at least 12,000lbs. The quick link mentioned above # C82932 is rated for a maximum of 16,500 pounds, and a working load limit of 3,300 pounds.
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  • How to Extend Trailer Safety Chains that are Too Short to Reach Loops in Hitch Receiver
    If you want to just add on some sort of extension you can use Safety Chain Quick Link # C82932 which has a working load limit of 3300-lbs. This will give you about 3-inches additional length. Ideally trailer safety chains will be one continuous chain, without additional connection points or extenders. The best solution is to replace your safety chains with new ones of the appropriate rating and length, such as TowReady # TR63035 (sold as a single piece) which is 72-inches long and that...
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  • Recommended Safety Chains and 4-Pin Tow Wiring Connector Extender for a 2003 Toyota 4Runner
    Thanks for your purchase from etrailer! I would go with the Hopkins 4-pole loop with cover # HM47115 because it will extend your current 4-way connector 48-inches (4 feet). If that is too long, we currently offer a 12-inch extension # 9653P. If you plan on using these extensions permanently, then I would use some dielectric grease between the connections # 11755. Then use zip ties to hold connections together and electrical tape to wrap it all up to protect it from the elements. A safety...
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  • Size of the Opening of the Curt Quick Link # C82932
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled the Curt safety chain quick link # C82932 to measure for you. With the nut fully opened the opening is just at 5/8 an inch (0.625 inches).
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  • What QuickLinks can I add to my 2020 Ford F350 that Have a 10000 lb. Rating
    The heaviest I have available is the Threaded Quick Link part # C82932. I put these on my dad's 2019 for this same reason. They have a break strength of 16,500lbs each and a safe working load limit of 3300 lb each for a 6600 lb total.
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  • Solution for Safety Chain Loops of 2020 Ford F-250 that are Difficult to Attach to When Towing
    You are not the first customer to have issues with the safety chain hooks on the OEM trailer hitch for your 2020 Ford truck as this has been an issue for a few years now. Using a quick link like the Curt # C82932 that you referenced might be a good option, as long as the gap on the link is large enough to fit around the loops. When opened, the quick link has a gap that measures 5/8 of an inch and the inside length is 3-5/16 inches. I have attached a video to clarify these dimensions.
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  • Attaching Safety Chains to a 2018 Ford F-250 Super Duty with New Safety Chain Design
    From the picture that you sent me it looks like you could possibly use a quick link like part # C82932 and leave it connected for easy access to hook up your safety chains when towing. The Curt Safety Chains Quick Link # C82932 is a 1/2" link that is rated for up to 16,500 lbs Break Strength and 3,300 lbs Safe Working Lead Limit. This would be a great option for your situation and would make connecting and disconnecting your safety chains much easier. You can verify if this will fit your...
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  • S-Hooks and Quick Links Rated for At Least 7,600 Pounds for Trailer Safety Chains
    I recommend going with the S-hooks, # C81830. They would be the easiest to use between them and the clevis set up that you are currently using. You can use quick link # C82932 as well. It is rated for 10,000 pounds. The S-hooks and quick links should make for quick and easy attachment/removal.
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  • Method for Crimping Safety Chain Hook onto Safety Chains
    It is not advisable to use a hammer on an item like the Curt # C81810 as this can weaken the link and cause it to fail when under load. A better option is to use a vice which can apply gradual pressure to close the link. It sounds like a better option for you might be to use a safety chain quick link, such as Curt # C82932. This has a threaded connector to allow easy installation and removal when necessary. This link is rated for 3,300lbs safe working load rating and 16,500lb break strength...
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  • Safety Chain Hook Recommendation for a Hitch with Large Safety Chain Hoops
    Due to the thickness of the safety chain loops on your hitch your best option would be to go with a hook and keeper setup like the part # 1483-535-04. I attached a picture that shows the size of the opening on the hook. For just the hook you would want the part # 6495-401-04.
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  • Quick Link Availability that has 10k Capacity for Use with Safety Chains
    The part # RM-910022 is rated for 6,000 lbs so would not be a good choice for your setup that tows a 7,500 lb trailer but the part # C82932 has a 3,300lb safe working load capacity and 16,500lb break strength capacity, which would be way to go.
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  • Installing Safety Chains On Curt Trailer Hitch #11130 For 2007 Mini Cooper S
    There are 2 metal rings welded to the Curt Trailer Hitch, part # 11130, on each side of the receiver to attach safety chains. You will have to reach up behind the bumper fascia to connect the safety chains. For safety chains, we have 48 Inch Long Safety Chain, part # 2114-553-04. For quick links to attach the chains, we have the Safety Chain Quick Link, part # C82932. Instructions and a video installation of the Curt Trailer Hitch # 11130 are linked.
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  • Why Must the Drawbar for the 1991 Toyota Camry Class I Hitch be Used Only in the Down Position
    Class I and Class II hitches are are tested and rated with the specific ball mount used in a specific position for that hitch. Using a ball mount that is not recommended by the manufacturer will void the warranty. See the link to choosing the correct ball mount below. The testing is done so that the placement of the trailer coupler at the rear of the vehicle is in the safest position should and accident occur that caused the trailer to be disconnected from the hitch and/or vehicle. The...
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  • What is Diameter of Opening of the Curt Quick Link # C82932
    When the Quick Link part # C82932 is fully open the opening measures 5/8 of inch so a 5/16 inch diameter chain link would easily pass through it. It's pretty common to see quick links that are noticeably larger than the chains they are used on.
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  • Chain Extension for Weight Distribution Hitch
    Yes the Curt Threaded Quick Link # C82932 will work to extend your safety chains to reach the loops on your hitch as long as they links are big enough to fit around your chains and the loops. When opened, the Quick Link has a gap that measures 5/8" and an inside length of 3-5/16". Check out the video linked below for more details.
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  • Safety Chain, Quick Link and Chain Mount Recommendation for XLR Hyperlite Toy Hauler
    The parts you all mentioned would have enough capacity for the weight of your 9.9k toy hauler. The part # MB38 would work well for mounting the safety chains # 49150 with the quick link # C82932. Now where the part # MB38 should install on your trailer is going to be dependent on your trailer setup. I would put it on the trailer frame as near to the coupler as you can but you really should mock it up in a couple places to find where it would fit the best.
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  • What is the Preferred Method of Connecting Safety Chains from a Trailer to a Trailer Hitch
    Provided that you have safety chains rated as high or higher than the hitch capacity and they are securely connected to the safety chain loops on the trailer hitch, how you route them is not really an issue. You just do not want them to bind up (get wrapped around anything when making turns) as that could cause damage. So what most people do is have some sort of loop, like # C82932, connected to the trailer and then have the chains connected to it. The chains are then connected straight...
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  • Do Safety Chain Extension Links Have to Exceed Weight of Tow Vehicle
    Safety chain extension links simply need to match the size and capacities of your current safety chains. For example, if your chains were 1/2" diameter with a 16,500 lbs break strength and 3,300 lb working load limit you would want the Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter # C82932. In regards to just the capacity for chains, the combined ratings of two safety chains should simply exceed the capacity of what you are towing. So for example two of the Curt Safety Chain with S-Hooks - 47" Long...
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  • Replacement Safety Chain Recommendation for Horse Trailer with Chains that are Too Short
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled safety chain quick link # 49135 to measure for you. With the nut fully opened the opening is just over 5/8 an inch (0.625 inches). If you can fit the opening over your current safety chains, they should work well as these have a 16.5k capacity each. A better solution would be to replace your current safety chains with something like the part # 49150 as this is a 44-inch safety chain kit with a 16k capacity. Or for a 35-inch chain part # 1483-535-04.
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  • Quick Link Needed for 7,600 lb Safety Chains
    The Blue Ox 1/2" Quick Link # BX229-0512 that you referenced is perfect for use with the 7,500 lb Blue Ox safety chains # BX88197 or # BX88208. This quick link has a 10,000 lb weight capacity so it will not limited the capacity of your safety chains. If you are needing a quick connect for a different application then I recommend the Safety Chain Quick Link # C82932 which is rated for 16,500 lbs and has a 3,300 lb safe working load limit. Both parts come in a quantity of 1 so you need...
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  • Compatibility of 1/2 Inch Safety Chain Quick Link w/ 24 Foot 6000 lb Coachman Travel Trailer
    Since the working load limit (WLL) of the # C82932 Quick Link is 3300 lbs, using two of them would provide a 6600 lb capacity, which would be fine for your 6000 lb trailer.
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