Wheel Strap with Etrack Fittings & 3 Rubber Blocks - 4 Pack
Wheel Strap with Etrack Fittings & 3 Rubber Blocks - 4 Pack!
- Color: Blue
- End fitting: Spring E Fitting
- Length: 11'
- Width: 2"
- Working load limit: 2,000 lbs.
- Assembly break strength: 6,000 lbs.
- Webbing break strength: 12,000 lbs.
- Quantity: 4-Pack
- Product weight: 24 lbs.
Great for low-clearance E-track applications, this wheel strap car tie-down contains one wide-handle ratchet and three E-track fittings that snap directly into E-track rails. Three rubber blocks are included that fit into the rain grooves of the tire for a secure fit.
The car tie-down strap is made with 12,000 lb. industrial-grade polyester webbing for maximum hauling strength and durability. The tough webbing secures your vehicle with limited bounce and is abrasion- and shrink-resistant. A black Cordura sleeve protects the webbing from wear and tear around the floating e track fitting. For safety reasons, it is recommended to tie down all four tires when hauling your vehicle.
Easy-To-Use End Fittings
The end fitting on this item hooks directly into an E-track rail, positively engaging with a spring-loaded keeper to hold it securely in place.
Sold as a 4-Pack. Also available as a single.
Measure Your Tires to Ensure the Best Fit
We recommend measuring your tires to confirm this auto tie down is the right choice for your application. Check out our measuring guidelines.
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
Straps are great... only thing I would change is the middle tie down needs a swivel... it puts a huge bind on the strap. I can see this is the point where frags will occur.
I have been using these to tie down my car (Scion FRS, about 2,750 lbs) to my open car trailer that I installed e-track to the wood floor. The straps have been working great and no issues. The straps stay nice and tight and the car is very secure.
Just make sure that you have enough e-track in the front and rear of your vehicle to clip in the straps and have enough room to work the ratchet without hitting the bumper. Also ensure that you have enough gap between your tire and fender to fit the strap with the rubber blocks over the tire - this shouldn't be an issue unless your car is lowered pretty far.
Overall, I find this method of securing the car to be very secure and better than tying down the frame or using axle straps through the wheels. If you ever look at one of the big car haulers, they tie the cars down in the same manner (over the tire).
good product for money