4" Ratchet Tie Down Strap with Wire Hooks
Tie down straps give you the ability to control and confidently secure your load. All of our ratchets provide you with the flexibility to manage your cargo with ease. Each tie down is built with high quality Webbing Made In The U.S.A.and coupled with the best hardware available. You will find this tie down in several configurations to accommodate your specific needs. Each ratchet comes completely assembled and is ready for use. This provides for a quick and efficient way to tie down your load.
When you have a HIGH CAPACITY load, 4" tie down straps will help you keep it secure!
Tie Down Key Specifications:
Completely Assembled - No Assembly Required
Length: 27 or 30'
USA Made Webbing Break Strength: 20,000 lbs.
Rated Capacity: 20,000 lbs.
Working Load Limit: 6,666 lbs.
Need More Capacity, Lengths or Features?
If you are looking for a more substantial tie down or a different
configuration, we can fix you up. We have a full line of Ratchet Tie
Downs with different ends in various sizes and capacities:
1" from 1,500 lbs to 2,400 lbs - 1 1/2" from 2,500 lbs to 5,000 lbs - 2" from 2,500 lbs to 10,000 lbs - 3" 15,000 lbs - 4" 16,200 lbs Simply click any ratchet tie down category listed above and you will be taken to that Tie Down on our site.
We also carry 2" Self Contained Ratchet Tie Down Straps.
These straps have great capacity and contain the webbing so you do not
have it flapping around. To see the full selection of the Self
Contained Ratchet Tie Down Straps simply click the highlighted letter
We also carry endless tie down straps for those applications when you
need to wrap objects together and feed the end back into the ratchet.
We stock in many sizes and capacities.
1" from 500 lbs to 4,400 lbs - 2" from 2,500 to 11,000 lbs.. Simply click any endless tie down category listed above and you will be taken to our full selection of Tie Downs.
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