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. An alternative to traditional safety chains is CURT safety cables. Safety cables are a medium-duty safety option and are very effective for most standard trailers. CURT safety cables are coiled so they do not drag on the ground, and they are fitted with safety latches, instead of S-hooks, to prevent them from becoming unhooked even over bumps and rough roads. One unique feature of CURT safety cables is their vinyl coating. Being coated in a vinyl skin keeps these cables well protected from rust, reduces the amount of noise they make and makes them easier to handle. These particular safety cables offer a minimum break force of 7,500 lbs. and measure a total length of 42″.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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DEPENDABLE SAFETY. These trailer safety cables are designed to connect from your trailer to your vehicle to help resist complete vehicle-trailer separation in the event of a disconnection while towing
EASY TO HANDLE. These safety cables come with a vinyl coating that protects them against the elements and makes them more comfortable to handle and use. When connecting safety cables for towing, two cables should be used
SUPERIOR DURABILITY. These trailer safety cables are constructed from 3/8-inch diameter, high-strength steel cable and are protected with a vinyl coating to resist rust and corrosion in spite of the outdoor elements
HIGH-STRENGTH. These trailer cables have a minimum break force of 7,500 lbs. (two trailer safety chains or cables advised; each safety cable must meet or exceed the gross trailer weight)
READY TO COUPLE. For safe, secure coupling to the vehicle, these 44-inch long trailer cables come with two pre-attached safety chain hooks. The 17/32-inch snap hooks feature a spring-loaded lever for enhanced security