1" X 15' Cargo Ratchet Strap With Vinyl S Hooks

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The essential 1-inch tie-down strap. Strong, lightweight & easy to use.


  • Rugged polyester webbing, tightens with ratchet
  • Coated S hook attachment
  • Length: 15' WLL: 500 lbs.
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Length 15'
Width 1"
Color Blue
Material Polyester
WLL (lb.) 500
ABS (lb.) 1500
Strap Type Ratchet
End Fitting S hook
Hook Inner Clearance 1"
Quantity Single

1" wide tie-down straps are made especially for tying down motorcycles, bikes, ATVs, and similar cargo on open pickup truck beds and trailers. When transporting your motorcycle on a pickup truck or trailer, be sure to follow all safety precautions to ensure no damage occurs and your bike remains fit to be ridden.

Using A Ratchet Strap Tie-Down With S Hooks

This 1" wide, 15' long ratchet strap is made out of durable black polyester. The 1" clearance S hooks at the ends are coated in vinyl to avoid scratching the bike. Insert one S hook into a tie-down point and hook the other one over a steel fork tube. Never tie down motorcycles by their handlebars, electric wiring, or aluminum or otherwise weak bars. As you hook the strap, twist its webbing to reduce the noise that may emanate from wind flapping against a flat line at high speed.

The ratchet is a powerful buckle that will keep the strap at the tension you prefer. Pump it until the strap is at desired length and secure the excess webbing by tying it together.

Loading A Motorcycle Onto A Trailer Or Pickup Bed

It is in your best interests to get a buddy to partner with you, making the loading process safe and easy. One person should load the motorcycle from the side and front while the other directs it from the rear. If you must trailer a bike by yourself, put it into first gear and slowly walk it onto the bed.

Trailers and truck beds have numerous tie-down spots, including bed rails and stake pockets. If you need to mount a tie-down anchor, check out our selection of bolt-on and recessed D rings. The tie-downs at the front of a motorcycle are what really support the bike; the rear straps only reinforce stability. So while all straps should be attached to solid steel structural components, tie-downs in the front should be especially immovable, and should only be anchored forward and/or down, toward the wheel chock


Using A Ratchet Strap

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