4" x 50' Ratchet Strap with Wire Hooks | Red

4" x 50' Ratchet Strap with Wire Hooks | Red!

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4" x 50' Ratchet Strap with Wire Hooks | Red

4" x 50' Ratchet Strap with Wire Hooks | Red!

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  • Color: Red
  • End fitting: Wire Hook / Double J-Hook
  • Length: 50'
  • Fixed end length: 1'
  • Width: 4"
  • Working load limit: 5,400 lbs.
  • Assembly break strength: 16,200 lbs.
  • Webbing break strength: 20,000 lbs.
  • Ratchet handle: Standard Long, Wide Handle
  • Material: Polyester webbing
  • Product weight: 17.12 lbs.
  • Shipping & Returns: This item cannot be returned due to being made to order.
  • Additional info: Design Factor: 3:1


4" x 50' Red Heavy Duty Tie Down Strap with Double J-Hook

Ratchet straps are a staple in the transportation industry - the polyester straps are rugged yet soft to protect your cargo, and the ratcheting mechanism makes it simple to achieve a tight, secure hold. The 4" polyester webbing offers superior strength with very little give and, unlike cam straps, ratchets don't rely solely on operator strength, so you can add the perfect amount of tension to the strap.

HD Ratchet Strap Features

The yarn used to make our webbing is slightly thicker than that offered by most competitors, with more picks per inch used to create each strap. It's also heat-sealed on the end. Together, these features provide better resistance to abrasion, tearing, and cutting, so your ratchet straps will last longer.

The wire hooks and the ratchet assembly have a protective zinc coating for corrosion- and weather-resistance.

Compliant with Industry Standards

All of our ratchet straps are tested in the USA to ensure they meet all standards - they are tagged and stenciled with break strength and 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.

Why Choose Wire Hook End Hardware?

Wire hooks or double-J hooks are stronger and more durable than standard S-hooks. They are a versatile securement option and can even be used in applications where anchor point space is tight or the connection is harder to reach. They can easily attach to D-rings and other narrow anchor points.

Custom Ratchet Straps Available

Looking for a combination of length, color, or hardware you don't see on the website? Want straps stenciled with your company name or logo? We also offer custom tie down straps!

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."

What is Design Factor?

Another term defined by the WSTDA, design factor is the "ratio of the breaking strength to the working load limit" and should be 3:1 for these tie down straps. This builds in a level of redundancy to account for unknown factors, keeping you, your crew, and those around you safe.

Comprehensive Cargo Securement Supplies

Complete your tie down system with strap protection, D-rings, corner protectors, and more. We also offer transport chains and binders as an alternative tie-down solution.

California Residents: WARNING

Shipping and returns: This item cannot be returned due to being made to order.

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