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Heavy Bag Chain Assembly

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This chain assembly works with any heavy bag and attachment. Made from steel for durability. Rings and hooks included. The Heavy Bag Chain Assembly from Everlast is a quick and easy way to get more life out of your heavy bag by replacing rusty, old or worn out chains. Complete with shock-absorbing spring.


sku: #bx-ac-38

 
how to shorten chain

I bought the everlast spring/chain/swivel but the long chain above the swivel is too long. Any ideas on how to shorten it?   
by: dc
10/19/2010 6:16:39 PM
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One reliable option is just to grab a .95 cent S-hook: bx-ac-568 . You can use the s-hook on a lower chain rung and adjust the height that way.
by: TMArtist     
10/21/2010 11:10:08 AM
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working well

It's pretty standard chain assembly for heavy bags, works pretty good.   
by: ly
4/4/2010 6:58:48 PM
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I was told today in the store that the reason is because the bags come with the chain.The salesman tells everyone to by a chain in the hardware store and try to make one yourself.The used bag was a gift from a friend to my son and had no chain.I am sorry I did not buy the bracket and gloves from BOXING DEPOT.com.TOO !  
by: anonymous
6/30/2009 5:54:19 PM
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I was told today in the store that the reason is
because the bags come with the chain.The salesman tells everyone to by a chain in the hardware store and try to make one yourself.The
used bag was a gift from a friend to my son and
had no chain.I am sorry I did not buy the bracket and gloves from BOXING DEPOT.com.TOO !
  
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6/30/2009 5:54:19 PM
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