Ratchet Tie Downs provide maximum tension with minimum force, Boxer Tie Down spring loaded release mechanism prevents ratchet form opening accidentally , our Tie Downs Made in USA, if you have any question about Ratchet Assemblies please call any of our associates at 1(800)-985-1077 or use Live Chat Support to get appropriate suggestion.
Each ratchet assembly includes ratchet, webbing, and end hardware ready for use. Two inch ratchet assemblies come with a one-foot fixed end, while a 3-4 inch assembly has a two-foot fixed end. End attachments are available in twin J hook, flat hook, snap hook, D ring, chains, etc. Custom made orders are also available upon request. Our ratchet straps come in 1”, 2”, 3”, and 4” widths using premium, tested polyester webbing for maximum durability. We assemble our ratchet assemblies in the USA and conform to Web Sling and Tie Down Association, Federal Department of Transportation (D.O.T.) , and California Highway Patrol (CHP) standards. Finished goods are thoroughly inspected prior to shipment.
Caution: Check Safety Working Load limit as stated on this site as well as attached label to ensure the correct number of assembly is used for a given load. Each assembly is only strong as its weakest part so proper inspection prior to use is necessary as any damages may compromise the integrity of the unit. It is your responsibility to review the Federal D.O.T. regulations regarding the handling and inspection of each component for safety. These units are not designed to or approved for overhead lifting. Never exceed Safety Working Load. Using corner protectors is recommended to protect webbing and cargo. Do not use any webbing or bungee products that show signs of excessive wear, nicks, cuts, abrasions, worn stitching, chemical burns, holes, or hardware is defective.
Safety Working Load: The maximum load a tie-down should be subject to during normal use. Safe working load should not exceed 1/3 of the rated capacity. Rated capacity: The minimum load a complete assembly will withstand before failure in a laboratory setting when the product is new.