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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 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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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.


  • 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


  • 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 Safety Chains and Cables C82932 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Curt Threaded Quick Link. The sturdy link provides a quick link for chains, cables, ropes or straps. It's going to feature the threaded keeper that screws shut. No tools are necessary. Now if you want to use a wrench to tighten or loosen, you can certainly do that. This will accept a three quarter inch wrench, or a nineteen millimeter would work as well. The unit's made from a steel construction, so it's got a nice, strong, durable design to it.

It's actually has a zinc coating, which is going to do a great job at resisting rust and corrosion. When it comes the working load limit, we're looking at three thousand, three hundred and thirty pounds. That working load limit is engraved right here on the link itself. Also the diameter of the link is engraved on there, and that's going to be a half inch diameter. A few measurements to go over with you real quick. I want to take a measurement of the opening right here.

That's going to give us a measurement of five eighths of an inch. Now you will notice that the threaded piece right here is just a little bit larger in diameter then compared to the actual link itself. When I took a measurement of that diameter, I'll try to show it on a ruler, I used a digital caliper just to be sure, that's going to give us a diameter pretty close to five eighths of an inch, right in between nine sixteenths and five eighths of an inch. Some other measurements to go over with you real quick. We want to give you the internal measurement, just how much space you're going to have to work with inside the link. The opening, that's going to give us a measurement of about three and five sixteenths of an inch.

The width opening, right below that barrel is going to measure about seven eighths, and if we go up against that barrel, inside area, we're looking at about three quarters of a inch, as long as you have this turned to where it's flat on that back side. No outer edge to outer edge, that's going to give us a measurement of around four and one quarter. Then going this direction, outer edge to outer edge, we're looking at about two inches. That's going to do it for today's 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:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (12 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.


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


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.


Great connector for safety cables on my boat.

After a year, the connectors still look and perform like new.
Nick O - 12/28/2017


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.


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 .




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



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


Very happy with all. Service and delivery.




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  • Inside Measurements of Curt Quick Link # C82932
    With the quick link # C82932 closed the inside measures 3-5/16 inches by 3/4 inches at the nut or 7/8 inches away from the nut. This is shown in the video I have linked for you. I also made a picture showing the measurements.
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  • Can Quick Links be Used to Add Length to Trailer Safety Chains
    Quick links like the Curt # C82932 would work for what you are needing. Each of these have a capacity of 3,300 lbs so you'd easily have the 5,000 lb weight of the trailer covered since these would be used in pairs.
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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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  • Weight Capacity Of The JR Products 1/2" Diameter Quick Links
    I called and emailed JR Products multiple times with no response so instead of purchasing the Quick Links - 1/2" # 37201345 I recommend going with the Curt Threaded Quick Link - 1/2" Diameter # C82932, which have a safe working weight load of 3,300lbs and a break strength load limit of 16,500lbs. They are approximately 4-1/4" in overall length and 1-3/4" in width. This does come in a quantity of one so you will need to order two if you're using these to add on an extension for your safety...
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  • What to Do When Safety Chain Hooks Wont Fit Holes in Trailer Hitch
    In this situation, most folks either replace the safety chains, using a hook that will fit. Another option would be to use a quick link, like # C82932. Attach the quick link to the safety chain hole in the hitch, then attach the safety chain hook to the quick link. The exact link or replacement safety chain you need will depend on the weight of the trailer. You'll want to choose chains or links with a capacity equal to or greater than the weight of your trailer.
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Are Safety Chains Required when Using a Reese Goosebox 5th Wheel to Gooseneck Adapter
    Safety chains are always a good idea whether they are required or not. Basically, you need to check with the local and state laws where you will be traveling to determine the safety chain requirements. Normally, 5th wheel trailers do not require safety chains but it can get a little convoluted when you introduce an adapter into the equation. As far as where to connect chains when using a Goosebox if there is an unused bolt hole you can get a quick link in, like # C82932, that is one option.
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  • What is the Strength Rating of the Quick Links Included in Tow Ready Safety Chain # TR63035
    The Quick Links included in the Tow Ready Safety Chain # TR63035 are rated along with the chain itself for 5000-lbs break strength. The working load limit (WLL) is 1650-lbs. I verified this with my contact at TowReady. We do offer Quick Link connectors as stand-alone items, and in various ratings ranging from a few hundred pounds up to part # C82932 that is rated for 16,500-lbs capacity (and 3300-lbs safe working load limit). You can search our site by putting the term safety chain quick...
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  • Weight Load Range for Roadmaster Cable Connector Set # RM-910022
    I contacted the manufacturer to find out the load range for this product, part # RM-910022. It is specified for a 2000 pound snap rating. Please note that cable connectors of this type are designed and rated specifically for a horizontal line pull application (but not for hoisting or lifting). The capacities quoted by manufacturers are for this type of application only. I suggest you consider Hidden Hitch part # C82932, which also comes as a set of two. These half-inch Quick Links have...
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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Trailer Safety Cables Will Not Fit Factory Class V Trailer Hitch on 2015 GMC Sierra 2500HD
    I am not sure what the gross trailer weight is on what you are towing with your 2015 GMC Sierra 2500 but I have some option that could work. We have quick link # C82932 which is rated for 16,500 pounds break strength and 3,300 pound safe working load limit and has a 1/2 inch diameter. We also have # C81830 with a 15/32 inch diameter rated for 7,600 pounds per hook. These items would allow you to use the chains you have but you would need to go by the capacity of the lowest rated component.
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  • Safety Chains for a 2003 Zieman PWC Trailer that Weighs 1,200 Pounds
    You will want your safety chains to at least match the gross trailer weight but preferably you will go over that. Safety chain # 2118-605-04 is rated for 5000 pounds breaking strength so it is definitely enough for your PWC trailer. But you can't beat the price for the capacity. A good rule of thumb is to take the breaking strength, in this case 5,000 pounds, and divide by 3. If the result is still greater than the gross trailer weight, in this case 1,667 pounds, then it is safe to use. You...
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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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    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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  • Installing and Using Safety Chains on Tent Trailer
    To install and use safety chains on your trailer, I recommend first welding on mounting brackets like the Brophy Safety Chain Bracket # MB38 to the trailer. The bracket can then be used to a connect a quick link like the Curt Safety Chain Link # C82932. With the Safety Chain Link attached, you will simply attach your chains like the Curt Single Hook # C80176 with S-Hooks. You should also make sure to cross the chains beneath the trailer coupler. This is so the crossed chains can act...
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  • How to Install Safety Chains on a Trailer that Never Had Them Before
    You would want to weld the Brophy Safety Chain Mounting Bracket part # MB38 to your trailer, then you would use the quick link part # C82932 to attach the safety chains part # C80176 to your trailer.
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  • Welding Safety Chain Mounting Brackets to Trailer for Coiled Safety Cables
    When using the Brophy Safety Chain Mounting Bracket # MB38 that you referenced, you will want to weld one to the trailer for each safety chain, for a total of two for the two chains. The bracket itself measures 4 inches long and 3/8 inch in diameter. These will work very nicely with the Curt Single Hook Coiled Safety Cables # C80176 that you mentioned and Quick Links like the Curt # C82932.
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  • Weight Rating of Roadmaster Coiled Safety Cables
    The 6,000 lb rating of the Coiled Safety Cables # RM-643 is for the set. Technically they are both rated for 6,000 lbs but since these are there in case of a worst-case scenario you don't want to exceed the 6,000 lbs (in case one were to break). If you like the look and function of the coiled safety cables then we do have the Curt # C80176 which are rated for 7,500 lbs. These are 42" long as opposed to the 62" long cables you referenced but if you are using them for towing a trailer 42"...
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