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Vehiclex Soft Loop Motorcycle Tie Down Straps 1.5 x 18 inches – 10000 lb 4 Pk

(71 customer reviews)

$13.95

  • PREMIUM QUALITY – Durable and weather-resistant silver polyester webbing with a strong stitch pattern provides reliable and long-lasting performance for all your moving, towing, and hauling
  • PERFECT ADDITION TO RATCHET STRAPS – Soft loops work best when securing objects that are hard to hook. Use them as tie-down extensions for dirtbikes, UTVs, ATVs, snowmobiles
  • PROTECT THE VEHICLE FROM SCRATCHES – Use the soft loop to create tie-down points safe to chrome or paint coating on the vehicle
  • A BONUS CARRY BAG for neat product storage

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SKU: VHX-SFLOOPS-BLACK-4PK Categories: ,

Description

The pack includes 4 tie-down loops intended to be used with ratchet straps and other secured trailering gear. Vehiclex wide and strong 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.

HEAVY-DUTY CONSTRUCTION

Webbing is reinforced by a zigzag stitch. This increases joint strength compared to other straps with simplified stitching patterns. And it gives you an extra safety margin to account for any additional forces and strains on the strap. Webbing made of thick and high-tenacity polyester provides strength and minimizes stretch, so the tie-down retains its durability and remains reliable every time you need it.

INTENDED USE

They can be used with:

ATV, UTV, RTV, Dirt Bike, Quad, Motorcycle, Scooter, Jet Ski, Canoe, Boat, Kayak.

Motorcycle Hauler, Roof Bag, Cargo Hitch Mount, Roof Top Cross Bars.

 

 

Safety’s what matters most. Vehiclex Ratchet Tie Downs is the perfect solution you can rely on to keep cargo firmly and safely fixed all the way, no matter where you’re going or what you’re moving. Vehiclex soft loop tie-down designed to fasten heavier loads

Additional information

Weight 12.6 lbs
Dimensions 7.48 × 4.02 × 1.85 in
Color

Black, Green, Orange, Silver

71 reviews for Vehiclex Soft Loop Motorcycle Tie Down Straps 1.5 x 18 inches – 10000 lb 4 Pk

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B.B.B.B.

I've owned a dozen motorcycles in my lifetime so I've had canyon-dancers and tie-downs in my garages for ages. I can honestly say these tie-downs are some of the heaviest duty well manufacturer tie-downs I've owned. The materials are heavy duty, the cross stitching is well done, I bet they will handle even the heaviest cruisers and touring rigs around. My only ding might be that the fabric material is not smooth like some of my other tie-downs which could be a good or bad thing... be careful with any tie-downs on older bikes with aged (softer) painted frames (vintage Ducati's or BMW's for example have paint that's not like modern paints, straps can actually leave marks/paint bulges).

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B.B.B.B.

I've owned a dozen motorcycles in my lifetime so I've had canyon-dancers and tie-downs in my garages for ages. I can honestly say these tie-downs are some of the heaviest duty well manufacturer tie-downs I've owned. The materials are heavy duty, the cross stitching is well done, I bet they will handle even the heaviest cruisers and touring rigs around. My only ding might be that the fabric material is not smooth like some of my other tie-downs which could be a good or bad thing... be careful with any tie-downs on older bikes with aged (softer) painted frames (vintage Ducati's or BMW's for example have paint that's not like modern paints, straps can actually leave marks/paint bulges).

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B.B.B.B.

I've owned a dozen motorcycles in my lifetime so I've had canyon-dancers and tie-downs in my garages for ages. I can honestly say these tie-downs are some of the heaviest duty well manufacturer tie-downs I've owned. The materials are heavy duty, the cross stitching is well done, I bet they will handle even the heaviest cruisers and touring rigs around. My only ding might be that the fabric material is not smooth like some of my other tie-downs which could be a good or bad thing... be careful with any tie-downs on older bikes with aged (softer) painted frames (vintage Ducati's or BMW's for example have paint that's not like modern paints, straps can actually leave marks/paint bulges).

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B.B.B.B.

I've owned a dozen motorcycles in my lifetime so I've had canyon-dancers and tie-downs in my garages for ages. I can honestly say these tie-downs are some of the heaviest duty well manufacturer tie-downs I've owned. The materials are heavy duty, the cross stitching is well done, I bet they will handle even the heaviest cruisers and touring rigs around. My only ding might be that the fabric material is not smooth like some of my other tie-downs which could be a good or bad thing... be careful with any tie-downs on older bikes with aged (softer) painted frames (vintage Ducati's or BMW's for example have paint that's not like modern paints, straps can actually leave marks/paint bulges).

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Jameson

I'm being serious when I say these things are serious. I recently got another set of straps from Amazon recently that I was very impressed with...that was until these showed up.My bf is a motorcycle mechanic and we frequently use these types of straps around the shop and for transport.These are truly the best straps we have ever used. They are extremely soft and flexible but still strong and supportive.Stitching is substantial and sturdy. I like that they come in a case bc#1 if they 'belong' some place then they will be returned to that place so they are ready for use the next time.And #2 I'm sick of finding dirty straps floating around inside truck/trailer. Then you gotta make sure the straps dont have any dirt on them before use bc no customer wants their bike back with a scratch...and trust me, some customers will even notice minor scratches on handlebars.Keeping them in a case is a nice touch for that reason but in all honesty, we use straps so much, I wonder if they will ever be not in use.I would like to get another set to keep in the truck specifically for those unexpected 'side of the road' calls for help when you have no choice but to load a bike on the bed of the truck bc it's not feasible to go back and get the trailer.Long story long...straps are made of material/webbing that will not scratch and we have complete confidence in their ability and strength to keep things securely in place.I hope our humble opinion helps you in some way.Thank you for reading.

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Jameson

I'm being serious when I say these things are serious. I recently got another set of straps from Amazon recently that I was very impressed with...that was until these showed up.My bf is a motorcycle mechanic and we frequently use these types of straps around the shop and for transport.These are truly the best straps we have ever used. They are extremely soft and flexible but still strong and supportive.Stitching is substantial and sturdy. I like that they come in a case bc#1 if they 'belong' some place then they will be returned to that place so they are ready for use the next time.And #2 I'm sick of finding dirty straps floating around inside truck/trailer. Then you gotta make sure the straps dont have any dirt on them before use bc no customer wants their bike back with a scratch...and trust me, some customers will even notice minor scratches on handlebars.Keeping them in a case is a nice touch for that reason but in all honesty, we use straps so much, I wonder if they will ever be not in use.I would like to get another set to keep in the truck specifically for those unexpected 'side of the road' calls for help when you have no choice but to load a bike on the bed of the truck bc it's not feasible to go back and get the trailer.Long story long...straps are made of material/webbing that will not scratch and we have complete confidence in their ability and strength to keep things securely in place.I hope our humble opinion helps you in some way.Thank you for reading.

Image #7 from Jameson

Jameson

I'm being serious when I say these things are serious. I recently got another set of straps from Amazon recently that I was very impressed with...that was until these showed up.My bf is a motorcycle mechanic and we frequently use these types of straps around the shop and for transport.These are truly the best straps we have ever used. They are extremely soft and flexible but still strong and supportive.Stitching is substantial and sturdy. I like that they come in a case bc#1 if they 'belong' some place then they will be returned to that place so they are ready for use the next time.And #2 I'm sick of finding dirty straps floating around inside truck/trailer. Then you gotta make sure the straps dont have any dirt on them before use bc no customer wants their bike back with a scratch...and trust me, some customers will even notice minor scratches on handlebars.Keeping them in a case is a nice touch for that reason but in all honesty, we use straps so much, I wonder if they will ever be not in use.I would like to get another set to keep in the truck specifically for those unexpected 'side of the road' calls for help when you have no choice but to load a bike on the bed of the truck bc it's not feasible to go back and get the trailer.Long story long...straps are made of material/webbing that will not scratch and we have complete confidence in their ability and strength to keep things securely in place.I hope our humble opinion helps you in some way.Thank you for reading.

Image #8 from Jameson

Jameson

I'm being serious when I say these things are serious. I recently got another set of straps from Amazon recently that I was very impressed with...that was until these showed up.My bf is a motorcycle mechanic and we frequently use these types of straps around the shop and for transport.These are truly the best straps we have ever used. They are extremely soft and flexible but still strong and supportive.Stitching is substantial and sturdy. I like that they come in a case bc#1 if they 'belong' some place then they will be returned to that place so they are ready for use the next time.And #2 I'm sick of finding dirty straps floating around inside truck/trailer. Then you gotta make sure the straps dont have any dirt on them before use bc no customer wants their bike back with a scratch...and trust me, some customers will even notice minor scratches on handlebars.Keeping them in a case is a nice touch for that reason but in all honesty, we use straps so much, I wonder if they will ever be not in use.I would like to get another set to keep in the truck specifically for those unexpected 'side of the road' calls for help when you have no choice but to load a bike on the bed of the truck bc it's not feasible to go back and get the trailer.Long story long...straps are made of material/webbing that will not scratch and we have complete confidence in their ability and strength to keep things securely in place.I hope our humble opinion helps you in some way.Thank you for reading.

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JimmyZ

Awesome. Easy install and the stow away case is easy to store away. No scratches

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The Honest Critique

In my tool shop I use a lot of straps to hang tools from the wall. I even hang my gas powered two man auger and my huge miter saw. These Vehiclex soft loop straps are tougher, stronger and longer than the thin 12" straps I was using for lighter tools. Now I don't worry about my heavy tools falling because the straps are never going to fray, rip or break.And the quaint little carrying case I used for storing my electric meter. It's a win, win.

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  1. juhani paulaharju

    they work

  2. Pierre lalonde

    Pratique et solide.

  3. Shannon Cuff

    Very good quality well-made

  4. L.Evans

    Got these to lift a cargo net of luggage or scooter with a winch into back of pick up!!

  5. Jerry Wilson

    THEY WORKED GREAT! make sure they are not too long for your use..

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