SKU: 7540FH-Y

3" x 40' Yellow Ratchet Strap w/ Flat Hooks

3" x 40' Yellow Ratchet Strap w/ Flat Hooks!

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SKU: 7540FH-Y

3" x 40' Yellow Ratchet Strap w/ Flat Hooks

3" x 40' Yellow Ratchet Strap w/ Flat Hooks!

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  • Color: Yellow
  • End fitting: Flat Hook
  • Length: 40'
  • Fixed end length: 1'
  • Width: 3"
  • Working load limit: 5,400 lbs.
  • Assembly break strength: 16,200 lbs.
  • Ratchet handle: Standard
  • Product weight: 13.13 lbs.


These heavy-duty ratchet straps have 3" width and 40' length weather-resistant polyester webbing. This 3" ratchet strap is fitted with flat black powder-coated hooks and a zinc-plated ratchet. The webbing has a defender on the slot opening to protect it from wear. This flat hook ratchet strap is available in multiple colors and lengths, and we also have other end fittings available. Call our sales team for more information about options and custom options.

Compliant with Industry Standards

All of our ratchet straps are tagged and stenciled with the working load limit to meet FMCSA and DOT regulations, CVSA and WSTDA guidelines, and North American Cargo Securement standards.

Learn more about proper load handling and securement in the WSTDA safety bulletins.

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."

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