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Tie-Down Winch Straps

Tie-Down Winch Straps

Commonly used on flatbed trailers, use winch straps to secure loads by attaching the hook or ring end to an attachment point, then threading the other end through a winch and tightening the strap. Winch straps are made of webbing that is lighter and less likely to mar the finished surface of your load than chain.

Flat Hook

Flat hook straps are great for tying down heavy loads, which require straps to be flat for maximum load security. They are best suited in applications where the load is strapped to a rail.

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Triangle Ring

Choose these straps with triangle ring ends when you need to attach the strap to a hook instead of a ring.

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Chain Anchor

Protect your winch straps with these strap and chain anchor assemblies. Each strap has a length of chain and a hook at one end to withstand abrasive conditions near the connection point.

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Sewn Eye

These winch straps have a twisted sewn eye at one end for connecting to a hook.

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Double J-Hook

Use winch straps with a double J-hook, also known as a wire hook, for heavy loads that are best secured with flat straps. Wire hook ends are frequently used to tie down small recreational vehicles and heavy equipment because they allow tie-down straps to remain flat when secured.

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Snap Hook

Provide an added measure of security to your tie-down application using these winch straps with snap hook ends. Like S-hooks, snap hooks are versatile and strong, but they also feature a safety latch that prevents the hook from dislodging when loads are transported.

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Open End

Loop these open-ended winch straps through fittings and anchor points designed for accommodating straps.

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