|Product Depth (in.)||2.25 in||Product Height (in.)||9.5 in|
|Product Width (in.)||2.25 in||Strap length (ft.)||12 ft|
|Strap Width (in.)||1 in|
|Hardware Color Family||Yellow||Hook(s)||Yes|
|OSHA recommended safety latch||No||Package Quantity||4|
|Product Weight (lb.)||4.06 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Tie-Down End Type||S Hook||Tie-Down Features||Adjustable|
|Tie-Down Product Type||Ratchet Strap||Working Load Limit (lbs.)||500|
A: Hello from Stanley cargo management team, Following up on your question: When a strap is rated for its working tension strength , in this instance 500lbs. (S10004-12) the entire ratchet strap in use, is tested (In field use and under monitored testing machines) To answer your question: The ratchet head, small strap end, hooks or loop ends, and long strap when under tension strength – all combined, is used to determine the working strength of the strap.
A: Just a few inches. Not enough to wrap around back to itself.
A: 12 feet
A: Short mabe 10 inches
A: Straps are 12 ft long
A: The Webbing attached to the ratchet is 6" from the base to the S hook.