Our Plastic Chain Connecting Link for Plastic Stanchions are the ideal solution for connecting two chains to make a longer one. Made of lightweight yet strong high-density polyethylene, this two-piece chain extender links together 2-inch plastic chains (sold separately) to create a durable, permanent connection. These chain lengtheners are ideal for replacing broken chain links, connecting multiple chains together, attaching a chain to a post or stanchion, or hanging items like signs from your chain. Designed for long-lasting outdoor use, these master links are designed to snap securely in place and are made with UV-resistant plastic.
- (1) 2.0" Plastic Chain Connecting Link
- Available in several colors to match any decor
- Chain-connecting master links ideal for repairing or joining chains
- Designed for use with 2-inch plastic chains (sold separately)
- Rust- and UV-resistant prevents brittleness and for fade resistance
- Made of lightweight, strong, and durable high-density polyethylene
- Links are 2-inches in diameter
These connectors saved me a lot of headache! Very happy with them
Accidentally cut our chains too short so this saved us from having to get all new chain. Love it!
Used these with chain, makes things easy
I ordered this and some chains for my son's birthday and they were a big hit.
we've used these for years.
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