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Abrasion-Resistant Tie-Down Cords

Abrasion-Resistant Tie-Down Cords

Secure tarps, lids, small doors, and other items that benefit from shock absorption during transport using these tie-down cords with an abrasion-resistant woven fabric covering, also known as bungee cords. Just stretch and fasten in place using the supplied hooks.

With Wire Hooks

Use these cords with wire hook ends to keep constant tension on secured items. Compatible with a wide range of anchor and tie-down fittings, wire hooks are also useful for attaching to thin areas of steel, such as those on car bumpers and trailers.

Rubber Cord

Dichromate Steel Hooks

Vinyl Coated Steel Hooks

Plastic Coated Steel Hooks

Plastic Coated Stainless Steel Hooks

Polypropylene Cord

Steel Hooks

Plastic Coated Steel Hooks

With Plastic-Coated Hooks

The hooks on these tie-down cords are coated in plastic for resistance to corrosion and weathering.

Rubber Cord

Plastic Coated Steel Hooks

Rubber Coated Polycarbonate Hooks

Polypropylene Cord

Plastic Coated Steel Hooks

With Snap Hooks

These cords come with snap hooks on each end. Like S-hooks, snap hooks are versatile and strong, but they also have a latch for extra security at the connection point.

Polypropylene Cord

Plastic Coated Plastic Hooks

Rubber Cord

Plastic Hooks

Anodized Aluminum Hooks

With Finger-Grip Hooks

Attach and remove cords with ease using these cords with finger-grip hooks. The hooks have built-in finger-grip holes to aid in securing, adjusting, and removing cords.

Polypropylene Cord — Plastic Coated Steel Hooks

Adjustable-Length with Offset Plastic-Coated Hooks

Create a custom fit for your tie-down cord using these adjustable-length cords with plastic-coated hooks. The cord turns through the hook mechanism, which grips the cord securely at the desired length. The plastic-coated hooks resist corrosion and weathering, lengthening the service life of the assembly.

Polypropylene Cord — Plastic Coated Steel Hooks