SKU: 5027CE-Y

2" x 27' Ratchet Strap with Chain Extension | Yellow

2" x 27' Ratchet Strap with Chain Extension | Yellow!

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SKU: 5027CE-Y

2" x 27' Ratchet Strap with Chain Extension | Yellow

2" x 27' Ratchet Strap with Chain Extension | Yellow!

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Specifications

  • Color: Yellow
  • End fitting: Chain Extension
  • Length: 27'
  • Fixed end length: 2.5'
  • Width: 2"
  • Working load limit: 3,333 lbs.
  • Assembly break strength: 10,000 lbs.
  • Webbing break strength: 12,000 lbs.
  • Ratchet handle: Long Wide Handle
  • Material: Polyester webbing
  • Product weight: 8.12 lbs.
  • Additional info: Design Factor: 3:1

Description

2" x 27' Ratchet Strap Tie Down

2 inch 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. They are incredibly versatile, filling the gap between lightweight 1" straps and heavy-duty 4" straps. The polyester webbing offers superior strength with very little give, along with UV- and water-resistance. And, unlike cam straps, ratchets don't rely solely on operator strength, so you can add the perfect amount of tension to the strap.

Quality-Focused Ratchet Strap Construction

Our 2" tie down straps have a longer fixed end than most standard straps, positioning the ratchet further from the anchor point for better access. They also have a sewn loop built-in next to the ratchet for extra webbing - simply wrap up the excess strap and tuck it into the loop!

Industrial-Grade Webbing

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.

Corrosion-Resistant Ratchet Characteristics

Zinc-coated ratchet component has a long, wide handle and a smooth grip. These features combine to allow for easier strap tensioning.

Benefits of 5/16" Chain Extension End Hardware

Chain extensions allow you to combine the strength of grade 70 transport chain with the softness of polyester webbing. You can use the rub rails or stake pockets on your truck or trailer to tie down your cargo without risking damage to the webbing part of the strap. The extra-length 18" chain extension is also easier to wrap around your stake pocket. This is best practice and not only provides a better, more secure hold, but also gives you the full working load limit of the stake pocket. It has a 2" D-ring, a 14-1/2" chain, and a clevis grab hook for quick and secure connections.

10,000 lb. Ratchet Strap Industry Compliance

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.

Custom Ratchet Straps Available

Looking for a combination of length, color, hardware you don't see on the website? Want straps stenciled with your company name or logo? We also offer custom tie down straps. We can create the ideal strap for your application at our Iowa manufacturing facility - this not only allows us to hold all of our straps to the same high quality standards, but it also means fast shipping to you!

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?

According to 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.

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, as well as an ergonomic Good-N-Tight ratchet strap tightening handle.

California Residents: WARNING

Reviews + Q&A

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Philip Hammond
Ratchet Straps

We converted completely to these ratchet straps with chain extensions from the hook straps. So much more secure and easy to use.

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Javier Rojas
Awesome Straps

Easy to use with chain links and very durable

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PH
Great Strap

Great Strap, especially handy with the chain links on the end.

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