Set includes (4) 1 in. x 12 ft. ratcheting tie-downs
Quick and easy thumb release allows you to loosen your load
Break strength of 1500 lbs. with a working load of 500 lbs.
out of 1,575 reviews
94% recommend this product
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Feb 10, 2021
I purchased a set of 4 Husky Ratchet Straps on February 1, 2021 from Home Depot in Las Vegas. Since I had already purchased 12 of the non-ratchet straps the day before, we did not use all 4 of the ratchet straps that day. The others were placed in the sinch bag that was included in the package. The straps were used that same day due to moving household items from Las Vegas to San Diego. Everything was fine. The next time they were used was on February 6, 2021 for the same reason. While driving to San Diego my boyfriend noticed that one of the book shelves had come loose. We immediately pulled over and noticed that one of the straps broke. Half of the strap was still attached but the other was not. After inspecting the rest of the straps, we noticed that the one holding down the smoker was beginning to tear. Luckily, the other half of the strap that was broken was found wrapped around the trailer's axel. While in stand still traffic, a fellow driver let us know it was underneath the trailer. We are extremely lucky that the strap/hook did not fly into a car that was driving behind. I am not sure why these particular straps did not work because the non-ratchet straps worked perfectly.
Feb 5, 2021
Poor Quality - Stitching Failed
Bought these to use to transport a 350 lb motorcycle on a carrier. Strap failed in first 20 miles of trip. The stitching where the webbing is attached to itself to loop thru the ratchet let go and unraveled. Fortunately I had used four straps (2 front and 2 rear) so I was able to stop before the bike or anything else was damaged. I immediately replaced the straps. If you have these straps, check the stitching... I won't be using inexpensive straps in the future.
Dec 5, 2020
Help support cargo net on top of ninja course....
Help support cargo net on top of ninja course.
Jul 9, 2020
I have been using these straps for the past 4 years. They are decent straps for the money but they could be a little better quality. The straps are made of a slippery material and tend to slide across cargo frequently. The straps are also frayed after normal use because of how thin they are. They have not met my expectations even with a 4 star review. I wouldn't buy them again.
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Jun 24, 2020
It works ok
I bought these to anchor down my outside central air conditioning unit. I drilled & embedded concrete anchors into the concrete slab in a total of 8 places around the AC unit's 4 sides. I screwed 3/8 inch thick eye bolts into these 8 anchors. When a hurricane threatens I will attach both ends of the 4 ratchet tie-downs into the 8 eye bolts. Should prevent a tip over.
My only objection is the packaging. It seems like (in addition to the supplied pouch) it could be used to store the ratchet tie-downs very neatly. HOWEVER, it is a brain teaser to try to figure out how to take out the tie-downs without breaking the plastic packaging. What kind of unreasonable person designed such packaging and why drive up the cost of the product unnecessarily? At least give instructions as to how to save the package from damage!
These things are a life saver! We were riding UTV's on Windrock Mountain in Tennessee. We had jus...
These things are a life saver! We were riding UTV's on Windrock Mountain in Tennessee. We had just picked up a new pack of Husky Tie Down Straps. We had the boxes and coolers in our UTV's strapped with them. We had a really odd string of bad luck and broke the frame on one of the UTV's. We were about 20 miles deep in the woods on the top of a mountain and had to come down rutted and washed out trails to get out. The frame broke at the upper shock mount and the shock came through the hood and headlight. We weren't riding rough, just really bad luck. It was 2 hours before dark and we were about 1:45 minutes from town. Someone came up with the idea to use the straps to strap the suspension back to the frame. We decided we had 4 straps total and we would use them all if needed to get out of there before nightfall (Dec. in dead of winter). My husband, father and brother strapped the suspension to the frame using our huskey straps. We only used 1 strap and was completely sure it would break when put under pressure. It was holding up about 600 lbs of dead weight and the entire weight of the machine would be put on it when we had to go into a rut (there were lots). None of us could believe it when the strap held this machine together and got us off of the mountain before dark! It was truely amazing! So if you ask me how much a husky strap can hold, it could hold together a side by side to get off a mountain!