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wrought iron chain is excellent if welded. opened ended links not so good.

depending on the project it might warrant real hand forged links instead.
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It sounds as though you have something like this. I suppose that you could TIG weld the open links to make it stronger.

https://www.kingmetals.com/Catalog/I...emNumber=11138
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