- 4 Ratchet Strap: Working Length – 15 ft
- 4 Soft Loops – Length 18 inches
- 2500 lb webbing break strength
- 2200 lb assembly break strength
- 100% polyester strap
- Full bent closed S-hook with a clip
A road-tested cargo tie-down strap provides reliable control over your loads. We designed a safe and more efficient alternative to cheap ratcheting straps, ropes, and other methods of securing cargo. Use the heavy-duty multipurpose Vehiclex RATCHET STRAPS to safely secure small or large cargo or equipment during transport even on rough, bumpy roads.
The pack includes 4 tie-down loops as a bonus. They are widely used with motorcycles and other motorized vehicles. These soft loops prevent scratches and damage to vehicle frames by the strap hook end. They also let you use your tie-down strap with applications where the hook will not fit.
Ergonomic Ratchet Handle
The ratchet incorporates comfort with an ergonomic rubber grip handle and has a lockable spring-loaded release mechanism that protects the ratchet against accidental opening.
Full bent closed S-hook
A fully bent closed S-hook prevents slipping from the anchor point when assembling your load. Vinyl-coated hooks are highly durable and won’t rust or mar painted surfaces.
Reinforced stitch pattern
The webbing x-stitch pattern is reinforced by extra zigzag stitching. This increases joint strength and gives you an extra safety margin to account for any additional forces and strains on the strap.
They can be used with:
- ATV, UTV, RTV, Dirt Bike, Quad, Motorcycle, Scooter, Jet Ski, Canoe, Boat, Kayak
- Furniture, Boxes, Lumber, Lawn Equipment
- Motorcycle Hauler, Roof Bag, Cargo Hitch Mount, Roof Top Cross Bars
Good product for the price
The best product I used
Heavy duty product but often it will get stuck when trying to open the ranch to open it or pull out the string.
Easy to use! If you own an SUV with roof racks and need to haul something from “The Fix It” store these are great for securing the load.Also works with anything you need to tie down. Highly recommended and always keep a set in the spare tire well. Better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it.
I think easy to use