2" Ratchet, Rubber Handle Yellow Zinc, 11,000 lbs.
2" Ratchet, Rubber Handle Yellow Zinc, 11,000 lbs.!
- Width: 2"
- Working load limit: 3,666 lbs.
- Assembly break strength: 11,000 lbs.
- Finish: Zinc Plated
- Ratchet handle: Long Wide Handle
- Product weight: 2.2 lbs.
Ratchet Use Guidelines
According to the WSTDA (section 4.6.8): "When using web tie downs with a winch or ratchet, a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 4 wraps of webbing shall be wound on the winch or ratchet mandrel. Excessive wraps of webbing on the mandrel may reduce the working load limit (WLL) of the web tie down and may interfere with proper operation."California Residents: WARNING
Reviews + Q&A
Reviews + Q&A
I loved this strap until it catastrophically broke and it cost me $250. It has a critical flaw. There is one little pin that holds the handle together. The top is just inserted in the rubber handle. Most straps have a bolt at the top that also holds it together.
Yes it was locked down.
No it was not abused, used it about 20 times.
No I will not continue using the remaining ones I own.
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don't waste you money on the cheaper versions at local stores. These ratchets are built tough. Most people, myself included, don't realize that the ratchet is what fails. I purchased numerous straps and always looked at the working load as a reference. That is referencing the actual strap, they are cheap to make and extremely strong. The ratchet is what will give out. The plate that holds tension will bend on the cheaper versions especially when you hit a bump.