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

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

  • Ideal for securing heavy loads of up to 440 lbs.
  • Constructed of weather-resistant polyester for durability
$13.87 /each

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

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April 27, 2016
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Per the description, they are polyester webbing.
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Tie down straps are essentially webbing that is outfitted with tie down hardware. Most modern webbing is made of synthetic fibers such as nylon, polypropylene or polyester. Webbing is also made from exceptionally high-strength material, such as Dyneema, and Kevlar. Webbing is both light and strong, with breaking strengths readily available in excess of 10,000 lb (44.4 kN). The breaking strength for Read More
Tie down straps are essentially webbing that is outfitted with tie down hardware. Most modern webbing is made of synthetic fibers such as nylon, polypropylene or polyester. Webbing is also made from exceptionally high-strength material, such as Dyneema, and Kevlar. Webbing is both light and strong, with breaking strengths readily available in excess of 10,000 lb (44.4 kN). The breaking strength for sku126724 is more than 1300lbs. Which is good when you are moving.... Read Less
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Nylon webbing, which is very strong and resists fraying.
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Cheap but durable nylon. It's strong.
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The packaging does not specify. From what I can tell, they are your standard nylon variety.
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Thanks for your question and interest in this item. More information is needed to accurately answer your question. Please contact our Online Customer Service Department at 800-430-3376 to get more assistance with this item. Our hours of operation are between 6:00 a.m. and 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time daily
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How do I get these out of the package?! I can get the top part out (fabric strap) but not the hooks!

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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!
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I had the same problem but use enough force and bend the plastic carrier and they will come free. I threw the packaging away
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November 18, 2014
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LIFT THE HANDLE UP AS IF TO TIGHTEN THE STRAP AND PULL THE HANDLE DOWN IN A SWIFT MOTION WHILE HOLDING THE CASE BY THE TOP ABOVE THE STRAP BESIDE THE LITTLE TAB THE IS USED TO HANG THE CONTAINER ON THE DISPLAY RACK AND THEY WILL POP OUT :)
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Sorry for the delay - spent the last week moving and getting all my computers and services hooked up again!
There are plastic clips for each piece of each set - so eight plastic clips in total. If you look real close at the plastic, it'll show what tabs to grab and which direction to slide them to release the straps. The tabs are not meant to be break-away, they simply slide in and out. They're Read More
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There are plastic clips for each piece of each set - so eight plastic clips in total. If you look real close at the plastic, it'll show what tabs to grab and which direction to slide them to release the straps. The tabs are not meant to be break-away, they simply slide in and out. They're essentially reusable. Read Less
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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.
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They have a 1320 lb break capacity and a 440 lb working load. If it is to strap a fridge to a dolly, the straps are not likely to hold the whole weight of the fridge, I would think you won't have an issue, but that would be a personal decision based on how you load and strap the fridge.
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Dear Valued Customer, Thank you for contacting us. This item is not part of our wonderful line of products. Please contact your local Home Depot or the manufacturer for assistance with your order. Have a great day!
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How are these measured?

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From hook to hook.
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You can hook as far as a 12' distance. They can go as short as about 1' (maybe a little less).
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12 ft. Ratchet Tie-Downs (4-Pack) is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 35.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not the best quality I purchased this 4 pack of straps to use in light hauling. The very 1st time I used one strap adn started to winch it down the hooks on each end broke through the nylon straps. Now I have 3 of them left and do not trust them to hold anything going down the road at 50 mph. The web strap is very light weight, almost dangerously light weight. I guess if you want to secure something that is super light and do not need to winch to an unmovable object then these will work. I see plenty of these orange straps along the interstate when I travel, now I know why! Buy heavier straps and save money in the long run.
Date published: 2016-09-03
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Highly recommend NOT buying these. Very cheap! I tied down my motorcycle in a trailer (done this several times with other tie downs, never had a problem). I didn't have any other tie downs other than these available. It was about a 350 mile journey, and about 5-10 miles from my house one of them snapped and caused A LOT damages to the bike. The tie downs had been used 3-4 times, and were less than 2-3 years old. They had NEVER been used in poor weather either. Definitely shell out a few extra dollars and get the lifetime warranty, as these ones have a horrible warranty. Well worth it.
Date published: 2016-06-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice inexpensive cargo straps I have used these straps for 5 years. I've used them to tie down in rental trailers lots of times. They work well and I have not had and failures. There always seems to be enough time between uses that I forget how to feed the strap in so that it will release correctly. So I took these pictures in case they will help anyone with the same problem. If the strap is fed in the correct way then they will release very simply. If the strap is fed into the spool in the wrong direction, then the spool will get stuck when you try to release and that's no fun at all. Again, look at the pictures.
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent tie-downs; quite a value I needed to store two kayaks from my garage ceiling so I gave these tie-down straps a try. They worked perfectly for my needs! The ratchet made it very easy to get the kayaks "snug" to the ceiling. For those folks that tried to ratchet in all 12 feet of strap, that is not how these tie-downs (or any like this) are meant to be used. You pull the strap through and get it close to the objects you are securing, then ratchet it down. The spool takes up a good amount of strap, but don't expect all 12' to go on it. If your strap hits the spool gears, then you didn't pull enough strap through first.
Date published: 2016-01-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Straps These 12 ft ratcheting tie down straps are good quality. While not being heavy duty, they are rated 440 lbs. and work well within their limits. They cost way less than heavy duty straps, so they are a great value too. I like the rubber padded back side of the ratchet, which prevents scratching whatever you are strapping down. Some other reviewers wrote that the spool can't hold the entire length of the strap. That's right, because that's not how straps work! Read the instructions if it's not clear to you without them.
Date published: 2015-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy, Simple, and Cheap 4 tie downs for $14.00? This is a great deal. They are super easy to use. Run the strap through the spool, pull it all the way till it is tight, THEN start ratcheting. That's it. Those who give it a poor score because they can't use them because the strap interferes with the ratchet teeth or because of a lack of instructions, must have absolutely zero experience with tie downs. They all essentially work the same as these and are SUPER easy to use once you figure it out. Takes literally 5 seconds to secure one. If it is taking longer than 5 seconds, YOU are doing something wrong, it's not the tie down. Generally, tie downs are used to secure a load while transporting something, not generally used out doors exposed to UV light for weeks at a time. If this is your use, then buy some better quality expensive ones for professional use, like truckers have. For the average intended use, these work great. People want a Ferrari for a Chevy price.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from For those who know how to use them I have experience with tie down straps. If you know how to use them, they work just fine. A ratchet strap is not meant to have all the strap material wound around the unit. That is not how they work. My only complaint with these is the UV resistance of the material. I have a set installed on a small trailer and it has been in the sun for the past 3 weeks. Both straps are already VERY faded in the areas exposed. This may weaken the strap a small amount but these are lite duty straps to begin with. I like the function & use of these but the longevity is not best suited for areas where they are exposed to UV/sunlight for extended periods of time. No recommendation from me UNLESS you remove from the direct sunlight after use. No instructions included. I guess they assume people know how to use. I found these to be grossly over packaged.
Date published: 2013-05-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely handy I have used these for several years not only as tie-downs, but to hoist things. Using the lever handle, one can shorten the distance between hooks by about a foot, thus lifting a moderately heavy object by about a foot. One can then take a second unit from the 4-pack and lift it another foot, which frees up the first unit to lift the object yet another foot, and so on. If you want to lift a long horizontal object, use two units at once near each end, and the other two from the 4-pack to trade off as above.
Date published: 2015-11-04
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