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Model # 47352

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1.25 in. x 16 ft. Woodland Camo Ratchet Tie Down (2-Pack)

$21.17
  • Aluminum Ratchet designed to secure cargo for transportation
  • 1,000 lbs. Working Load Limit
  • Weather resistant and shock absorbing webbing
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About This Product

The Keeper K-Series of ratchets provides superior strength and design in a durable good looking package. Strong aluminum die-cast ratchet frame topped on a black frame for lasting looks. Large molded tension release lever for accurate control when releasing tension and locking handle in closed position. The Woodland Camo webbing completes the look with 1,000 lbs. Working Load Limit and 3,000 lbs. Break Strength capacity for larger jobs and heavier loads.

Highlights

  • 1,000 lbs. working load limit
  • 3,000 lbs. break strength
  • 16 ft. ratchet tie-down
  • 1-1/4 in. hi-test woodland camo webbing
  • Double J-hook with D-ring
  • Strong aluminum die cast ratchet
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Product Information

Internet # 207097406

Model # 47352

Store SKU # 1001832414

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 1.75 in, W 3.25 in, D 192 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

192 in

Product Height (in.)

1.75 in

Product Width (in.)

3.25 in

Strap length (ft.)

16 ft

Strap Width (in.)

1.25 in

Details

Color

Camo

Color Family

Browns/Tans

Hardware Color Family

Brown

Hook(s)

Yes

OSHA recommended safety latch

No

Package Quantity

1

Product Weight (lb.)

1.6 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tie-Down End Type

D Ring, J Hook

Tie-Down Features

Weather Resistant

Tie-Down Product Type

Ratchet Strap

Working Load Limit (lbs.)

1000

Questions & Answers

2Questions
caret
Q:How can I loose it
by|Jul 14, 2018
4 Answers
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A:  On the inside of the handle you use to tighten it is a black tab. If you pull this tab towards the handle, this allows you to open the ratchet without making the strap tighter. When the ratchet is opened all the way in this manner, the strap spool will release and the strap will / can be loosened.

by|May 5, 2023

A:  Pull the inside clip up and pull towards you and it will release the strap.

by|May 5, 2023

A:  Large molded tension release lever for accurate control when releasing tension and locking handle in closed position.

by|Jan 19, 2023

    A:  Forget to have a "regular" place to store it or forgetting to strap it.

    by|Jan 1, 2020
      caret
      Q:What is the D ring for
      by|Jun 17, 2017
      5 Answers
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      A:  My package didn't come with a D ring but I would think it's a hold point for the tie downs.

      by|May 4, 2023

      A:  You can use the D-ring for another tie down or rope, depends on what your load is. Used for extra security.

      by|May 4, 2023
      2 found this answer helpful

      A:  Double J-hooks attach to anchor points or loop back to an included D-ring for outstanding ease of use and versatility.

      by|Jan 20, 2023

        A:  Depends need to see a picture.

        by|Jan 1, 2020

          A:  The D ring is for hooking up to something that doesn't have anything to hook into with the hook on the end of the strap (See photo).

          by|Nov 29, 2019
          3 found this answer helpful
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          Customer Reviews

          4.8 out of 5

          • 4.8 out of 56 reviews
          • 95% recommend this product
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          Ratchet straps are a good buy.
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          • Recommended
          Strong and long enough to reach over a large load in my pickup or trailer.
          I have used tie-downs quite a lot; for everything from tying my race car down on the trailer to tying down brush to haul it to the recycle. I like these because 1) they are long enough to reach over a really big load to tie it down well and because 2) they have the D-rings which you can use to wrap around something that doesn't have anything to hook into. (See photos). I'm thinking that these will be great for elk camp this fall. (note: these are not the right type or strength for tying down a car on a transport trailer.)
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          quality straps
          I use tie down straps all the time and I have quite a few different ones. These straps have been very good. They are a lot stronger than most I have used. The buckle system is heavier duty as well and seems to be very ruggedly built. One thing I do like is most straps seem to only be about 8 to 10' long, These are a lot longer, i think they are 16', and help me to go around larger items. My only problem with these will be if my son ever sees them. He is an avid hunter and I'm sure since they are camo he will confiscate them .
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          Long enough to secure plywood
          I like the keeper ratchet straps and have a few of them. Very easy to use and reliable. They have different sizes, attachment types and strengths to suit various applications. The ratchetting action works smoothly and the hooks and d-rings strap on to the rails quickly and securely. The straps are good quality and have good stitching at the ends. There are many uses for these straps but I had one main one in mind for myself. From time to time I have to haul full sheets of plywood and wanted a set of tie down straps that could help secure the long side of the plywood to my roof racks. I verified they were long enough by using some 8' long 2x lumber I had in the garage. The keeper tie down straps I use across the side rails are probably enough for hauling a few sheets but the extra strapping along the long end gives me peace of mind and are easier to use than rope. These tie downs are easy to use and very secure.
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          Excellent Ratchet Tie Down
          I own both the 12' and the 16'. They both are excellent tie downs. The handle is very easy to grip and to thread the nylon strap through. The handle makes it easy to ratchet the unit tight and because the release is located on the outside of the unit, releasing the tension is extremely easy as well. The handle sits firmly flush when tension is on the strap. I am most impressed with the design of the handle and the ease of which it operates. The handle measures 3 1/4 inches across, making it easy to put your fingers into. The strap is very well made and easily threads through the handle. It is also easy to fold up for storage. The hooks are very sturdy and have a protective coating on them to minimize damage to items being secured. Best set of tie downs I have ever owned
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          Nice Tie Downs
          These are very nice and heavy tie downs. They are 16 feet long and well built. I tried them in my truck and they had plenty of length for any appliance. They could also be used for tying down a boat or ATV as they have a 1000 lb rating. The handle is large and easy to grip allowing you to really tighten the strap. It tightens smoothly but releasing takes both hands like most do. It would be better if the fixed strap was a little longer. It is really close to the tie down point on my truck and could be difficult in certain situations. Overall they are nice tie downs for the price. I have them stored under the back seat in my truck so I’ll have them when needed.
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          Strap Ur Down
          The Keeper XP Series Ratcheting straps are well made. 16 feet long, you can tie down large cargo items, it's good for a all purpose tie down with non-marring J-Hooks. The ratcheting works very good, also with a good release. The webbing is 1.25'' wide, this item # 47352 is camo, so people won't see it. I would recommend this product to all. Don't forget to check your tie downs, first 10 miles, then every 50 miles after that. Happy Trails.
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