1.5" x 7' Strap with Coated S-Hook

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Polyester webbing in a hard-to-find 1-1/2" width is perfect for creating your own custom motorcycle tie down straps. Fitted with a black coated S-hook to eliminate scratches. Length: 7'.

California Residents: WARNING
Polyester webbing in a hard-to-find 1-1/2" width is perfect for creating your own custom motorcycle tie down straps. Fitted with a black coated S-hook...

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Polyester webbing in a hard-to-find 1-1/2" width is perfect for creating your own custom motorcycle tie down straps. Fitted with a black coated S-hook to eliminate scratches. Length: 7'.

California Residents: WARNING

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Color:
Black

Length:
7'

Width:
1-1/2"

End Fitting:
S Hook

Product Weight (lbs.):
.5

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Gary H
Useful and low-cost

These appear to be just part of a binder strap, without the ratchet end, but they are nevertheless useful. I can weave two of them onto a 2” wire hook, then hook them on tiedown rings at the front of my pickup to provide an anchor for a ratchet puller. They can even be used for this purpose without the extra hook simply by treating the two loose ends together as a single line and tying a bowline for the anchor point.

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cglind00
Very good.

Multiple possible uses. I have used them a number of times. From holding down a load in my pickup to using it as a leash for my dog, haha! Very happy, but wouldn't hate it if they were longer.

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Gary H
Useful and low-cost

These appear to be just part of a binder strap, without the ratchet end, but they are nevertheless useful. I can weave two of them onto a 2” wire hook, then hook them on tiedown rings at the front of my pickup to provide an anchor for a ratchet puller. They can even be used for this purpose without the extra hook simply by treating the two loose ends together as a single line and tying a bowline for the anchor point.

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cglind00
Very good.

Multiple possible uses. I have used them a number of times. From holding down a load in my pickup to using it as a leash for my dog, haha! Very happy, but wouldn't hate it if they were longer.



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