- Permanently mounts onto your trailer for convenient access
- Strap stays retracted for easy loading
- Length: 5.5' WLL: 1333 lbs. Multipack. Quantity: 2
|Metal Parts||Zinc plated steel|
|End Fitting||S hook|
|Bolt Hole Diameter||1/2"|
|Hook Inner Clearance||1"|
The weight of the cargo should not exceed the combined working load limit of the straps. For example, use 2 straps with a WLL of 1333 lb. each to safely secure a 2666 lb. load.
No More Lost Tie-Downs
Mount these 5.5 ft. retractable ratchet straps to your boat trailer, utility trailer, cargo rack, or roof rack with easy one-bolt installation (bolt included) so you never need to hunt for straps again. They’re always right where you need them, ready to go.
Loading is Easier and Quicker
Retractable ratchet straps take the headache out of tying down your boat, ATV or side-by-side. The excess strap stays retracted so there are no dangling strap ends to deal with after tying down your vehicle. Plus, they only require a few quick flicks of the ratchet to tighten.
Ready to unload? Simply unhook and press the red button. The strap recoils like a tape measure and - voila! - there’s no strap to deal with. So you can get back on the road instantly next time, without spending time untangling straps.
Heavy-Duty Straps You Can Rely On
Thick, 2 in. seatbelt-quality webbing is UV-ray and abrasion resistant. The powerful ratcheting mechanism and the strap housing is made from zinc-plated durable steel. With a 1,333 lb. working load limit, these tie-downs keep your heaviest vehicles safe for the long haul.
How To Use Retractable Ratchet Straps
Push the red release button to move the handle to the lowest position. Pull the strap out and hook it to your boat or vehicle. Give a few quick ratchets until the strap is snug. Do not overtighten.
How to Release Retractable Ratchet Straps
Press the red button to move the handle back to the lowest position. Unhook the strap. Press the red button again and the strap automatically retracts.
Mount the ratchets directly to the trailer frame or crossmember (bolt included). If you need a better mounting angle for your ratchets, use the Universal Mounting Brackets for Boat Trailers.
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