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Connecting Links

Galvanized, heat-treated, drop forged steel. As strong as similar-sized proof coil chain when rivets are peened into countersunk holes.

Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Connecting Link, 1/4" Chain Size, 1325lb. SWL 135707 4408-40403
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$6.49

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Connecting Link, 5/16" Chain Size, 1950lb. SWL 135723 4408-40503
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$7.49

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Connecting Link, 3/8" Chain Size, 2750lb. SWL 135715 4408-40603
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$7.99

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Galvanized, heat-treated, drop forged steel. As strong as similar-sized proof coil chain when rivets are peened into countersunk holes.

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SeafitConnecting Links
 
3.3

(based on 4 reviews)

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(1 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
2.0

Broken pin after hammering on it long.

By Rob

from mystic, ct

About Me Advanced

Comments about Seafit Connecting Links:

one pin broke from too much hammering I guess. I did not have a big hammer and did this on the boat rather than drag the whole chain home. I will replace it with a shackel after all of that. Don't trust it to work well with just 3 of the four pins holding it together. My windlass is not for shain anyway. I recommend you just buy a shackle, would not recommend this devise.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It has worked for me

By rod

from toms river, nj

About Me Advanced

Pros

  • Easy To Install
  • Fits Through Windless
  • Holds In Gail Force Winds
  • No Rust
  • Reliable

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Adding Chain To Chain

Comments about Connecting Links:

It was easy to install, just need a hammer and and andvil. Fits through my progess 1 windlass.
Its the only way to add chain to chain when using a windlass.

(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Rusts

By Livia

from Mexico

About Me Advanced

Pros

    Cons

    • Corrodes
    • Difficult to pound

    Best Uses

      Comments about Connecting Links:

      This connector rusted before we had a chance to install it which gave us no faith in its corrosion resistance in salt water.

      (3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      with a big hammer it is easy to install

      By plaudite

      from mystic, ct

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Holds Boat Securely
      • Lo-tech connection
      • Stronger than the chain
      • Windlass compliant

      Cons

      • Lots of hammering needed

      Best Uses

      • Added 30' of chain w it

      Comments about Connecting Links:

      lo-tech connecting link that is stronger than BBB or hi-test chain. there are 2 nipples on either side of the link-halves; you hammer and flatten the nipples to make the two halves become one chain link. Took 45 minutes of hard pounding, but if I had had an anvil to pound on it would've been much easier. the finished link chained my new additional chain and the whole thing went right down the windlass and hawser pipe no problem

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