2" x 30' Winch Strap with Flat Hook

$10.99
SKU: 230FH
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Specifications

Color:Yellow
Length:30'
Width:2"
Assembly Break Strength:10,000 lbs.
Working Load Limit:3,333 lbs.
Webbing Break Strength:12,000 lbs.
End Fitting:Flat Hook
Product Weight:2.7

Description

This 2 inch by 30 foot winch strap will securely tie down your load for hauling with any standard 2" winch. The strap is made of 2 inch, 12,000 lb yellow industrial grade webbing for maximum hauling strength. Winch bars and truck winches are used to make this a complete flatbed tie down system. The end fitting is usually the weakest part of any strap, and thus determines the break strength / work load limit of your entire tie down assembly. In the case of this winch strap, the webbing is rated for 12,000 lbs. while the flat hook is only rated for 10,000 lbs. - making the break strength of the entire strap 10,000 lbs, and the work load limit 3,333 lbs., since web tie down straps are made with a 3:1 design factor. Always be sure that the total work load limit of the strap(s) you are using equals or exceeds the total weight of the item(s) you are tying down.

California Residents: WARNING

Color:Yellow
Length:30'
Width:2"
Assembly Break Strength:10,000 lbs.
Working Load Limit:3,333 lbs.
Webbing Break Strength:12,000 lbs.
End Fitting:Flat Hook
Product Weight:2.7
This 2 inch by 30 foot winch strap will securely tie down your load for hauling with any standard 2" winch. The strap is made of 2 inch, 12,000 lb yellow industrial grade webbing for maximum hauling strength. Winch bars and truck winches are used to make this a complete flatbed tie down system. The end fitting is usually the weakest part of any strap, and thus determines the break strength / work load limit of your entire tie down assembly. In the case of this winch strap, the webbing is rated for 12,000 lbs. while the flat hook is only rated for 10,000 lbs. - making the break strength of the entire strap 10,000 lbs, and the work load limit 3,333 lbs., since web tie down straps are made with a 3:1 design factor. Always be sure that the total work load limit of the strap(s) you are using equals or exceeds the total weight of the item(s) you are tying down.

California Residents: WARNING

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This product is ok for the price. Just don't like the fact that it sticks to each other. Every time I undo a load I would have to peel it away from each other. Don't like it like that that much.

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