Model # FH-8383

Internet #202339180

Store SKU #126724

Store SO SKU #126724

HDX 12 ft. Ratchet Tie-Downs (4-Pack)

HDX

12 ft. Ratchet Tie-Downs (4-Pack)

  • Ideal for securing heavy loads of up to 440 lbs.
  • Constructed of weather-resistant polyester for durability

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Product Overview

The HDX 12 ft. Ratchet tie-downs (4-pack) are ideal for securing heavy loads with break strength of 1320 lb. for effective use. The tie-downs are weather resistant and UV- protected for durability.

  • Ideal for securing heavy loads
  • Break strength of 1320 lb. provides effective use , working load is 440 lbs.
  • Polyester webbing, weather resistant, UV-protected design resists wear from the elements
  • Ratcheting buckle offers a secure attachment

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Customer Questions & Answers

what material is used for the straps in the SKU 126724 tie down set?

Asked by: Anonymous
Per the description, they are polyester webbing.
Answered by: DIYJoe
Date published: 2016-04-28

How do I get these out of the package?! I can get the top part out (fabric strap) but not the hooks!

Asked by: jlay
Both the top and bottom section has tabs that you lift and pull down or lift and pull up to release the ratchet and the hooks. If you look closely at the packaging it has arrows and instructions on how to get it done. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Cinester71
Date published: 2016-11-26

I am looking at these straps to help me secure a refrigerator to my dolly to move will the straps work okay? The fridge is about 1300 pounds.

Asked by: ArmyNavy
No, do not do this! I used three of these straps to tie down a mattress, slowly accelerated to 25 MPH, and had my mattress come flying off. After pulling my mattress of the road, I found the straps. Each one was broken--two had broken ratchets and one had a broken strap. Do not buy or use these. They are completely unsafe.
Answered by: MarkCO
Date published: 2017-01-06

How are these measured?

Asked by: daddybcat
From hook to hook.
Answered by: Frumious
Date published: 2016-07-09
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