3400 lbs will be ok for these forged ss shackles. They are a perfect fit to the chain. Not binding and not too small, I mean perfect.
SS with a WLL of 3410 lbs, but afterwards they will distort. So if they get hard to open you will know they exceeded their WLL
Seeing most of the rode is nylon, likely that will absorb a lot of stress.
What do people do?
The wife just 30 minutes ago backed our car into a utility pole at the foot of the driveway, wiping out the rear quarter panel, she thought she was further over. She scraped by it pushed it in several inches as I sat there on the house steps watching, nothing I could do. That falls on me to have to fix, since it is an older car, and we do not have comprehensive insurance on it. They would just total it anyway! But I like the car and now it looks like crap. It would have been better to not have actually watched it happen I think. I wish I hadn't seen it. The house is my passed away in law's house we are almost done getting it to market. And there is this dumb utility pole at the foot of the driveway, and I always knew it was a problem, that someone someday was going to crunch into it. The neighbors have a similar pole, and they put a wood fence up to that pole which helps you to orient the car , IF your actually paying attention to what you are doing.
So as she pulls forward, I watch pieces falling off the car...