8 Point Tie Down Kit w/ EZ Grip Ratchets 4000# WLL
- 8 Point Tie Down Kit w/ 3/8" G80 Chain Extensions
- Heavy Duty, High Working Load Limit
- Long Ratchet Buckle w/ Black Rubber Coated
- Black Carrying Bag
- Working Load Limit: 4000 lbs
- Breaking Strength: 12,000 lbs
Availability: In stock
|Load Limit||4,000 lbs|
|End Fitting||Chain Extention|
|Strap Width||2 Inch|
|Strap Length||14 Feet|
4 Pcs - EZ Grip 2" Rubber Handle Ratchets w/ 3/8" x 10" Chain End
4 Pcs - 2" x 14' High Abrasion Straps w/ 3/8" x 12" Chain Extensions
4 Pcs - Short Straps w/ 2 Eyes
1 Pc - Carrying Case
12,000 LB BREAKING STRENGTH. Our 8-point tie-downs are the strongest car tie down straps on the market. No matter what kind of vehicle you need to haul, these straps can handle it. Each strap on it’s own has a Working Load Limit (WLL) of 4000lbs, and a breaking capacity of 12,000 lbs.
- DURABLE POLYESTER WEBBING. Our wheel straps are made of durable polyester webbing. Polyester webbing barely stretches at all under heavy loads, it resists taking damage from scrapes or cuts, and water slides right off it--so mildew can’t grow and ruin it.
- HEAVY DUTY 3/8" CHAIN EXTENSIONS. Our gold-chromate chain extensions are corrosion-resistant, so they won’t wear out from rust over time. Chains are forged from heat-treated steel alloy, and they’re strong enough to lift a car with a crane! In this case, though, let’s stick with using them to secure the car to your flatbed.
- PRECISION SECUREMENT. Why are more tie-down points better? It lets you secure vehicles more precisely. If your tie-down only has one anchor-point per wheel, there’s a lot of tension on just one point on the wheel taking on the necessary force to keep the loaded car secure.
- EASY-TO-GRIP RATCHET HANDLE. The handle of the ratcheting mechanism on our 8-point tie-down system is rubber-coated, which makes the handle’s temperature consistent and the handle itself easy-to-grip. This makes your hand less likely to slip, which makes ratcheting safer.
I thinking to got to 8 point tie down but i problems seeing just how secure this tie down may be. New to this all and worry about being keeping everything in place. Plus i trust 4 point 8 just seem like the variables might be a problemQuestion by: on 2022-08-23 16:13:15Answer by: Ryan Richards on 2022-08-23 16:13:15