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Solved 12-15 ft. chain wiith plastic coating for lawn equipment.

Discussion in 'Do It Yourself (Not Computer-Related)' started by silverado4, May 25, 2018.

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  1. silverado4

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    I'm looking for a 12ft t0 15ft chain or metal twine that be cut to lock up my lawn equipment in my shed in case shed is broken into. This must be coated with plastic so it won't scratch. It can be used with a lock, or it can have a tumbler on it to access with a code. Thanks. Or if you have a better idea. I have heavy chain on it now, but it will scratch the equipment and is heavy.
     
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    I searched amazon, and I didn't see this, I would use a lock instead of the latch it has. Thanks, I will get a good measurement and order it.
     
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    Thanks, I saw that one earlier. I'm trying to find a manual for a "snapper SP110 AWD. The manual that came with my lawn mower was incorrect, Snapper sent me a pdf file, but it was the wrong one. Thanks
     
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    I went to snapper.com, their support sucks, I think I found it model # 96144001100, thanks for your help, this was a trip trying to find this. It's not on the mower. Thanks again.
     
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    Glad to help and you found it. Good luck
     
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