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You probably have already seen this, found it works pretty well for storage of a bar and chain. This the cross tube on my 220R loader, 42 inch bar and I think is a 12 foot chain. The plugs are call 3" mechanical test plugs from Home Depot, about $6 each. Figured a good place to store a chain and bar when running a stump bucket and working in the woods.
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Wow! That's some seriously clean tractor loader, chain, and pry bar. Reminds me of years ago when I pulled out a brand new chain, and a farm kid said he'd never seen chain that color before. His dad had to inform him that new chains look like that - they don't come pre-rusted.
Tractor is only a few months old and only worked snow so far. I have other seasoned chains in other locations where I use them, same as bars. So new location, a new chain and bar. Besides, did not want to cut down one of my other bars, so this one was a 48" from Harbor Freight that I cut to 42" to fit in tube.
 

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Wonder what size the tube is on the 120R loader. I keep my chain in the storage cubby but I could use the space. I think I saw a YouTube video GWT did on it. Just too lazy to try and find it.
 
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Thanks!!! Watched it and he never did say what size. Just have to take the tape measure out and see for myself.
 

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An Oatey 33402 is a 3" plug. I didn't watch the video... just looking at the picture posted above.
 
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