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BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch - Loop End - 2" x 15' - 1,333 lbs - Qty 1

BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch - Loop End - 2" x 15' - 1,333 lbs - Qty 1

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Getting your boat in and out of the water is a breeze with this heavy-duty winch strap. It features a break strength of 4,000 pounds and a steel snap hook, enabling you to safely, rapidly load and unload your boat. 1-800-496-5010 to order BoatBuckle accessories and parts part number IMF14210 or order online at Free expert support on all BoatBuckle products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch - Loop End - 2" x 15' - 1,333 lbs - Qty 1. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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BoatBuckle Accessories and Parts - IMF14210

  • Trailer Winch
  • Hand Winch
  • Cables and Straps
  • Straps
  • BoatBuckle
  • 2 Inch Wide
  • 15 Feet Long
  • 1333 lbs

Getting your boat in and out of the water is a breeze with this heavy-duty winch strap. It features a break strength of 4,000 pounds and a steel snap hook, enabling you to safely, rapidly load and unload your boat.


  • Heavy-duty strap works with a hand winch, enabling you to safely load and unload your boat from your trailer
  • Zinc-plated steel snap hook attaches to your boat's bow
  • Built-in keeper prevents hook from disconnecting
  • Loop end of strap attaches to winch drum with the included bolt and nut


  • Strap dimensions: 2" wide x 15' long
  • Maximum load strength (break strength): 4,000 lbs
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 1,333 lbs
  • Quantity: 1 winch strap
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Note: Winch straps should always be chosen according to their safe working load limit (WLL). The item being towed must not exceed the WLL of the strap being used. To determine the maximum load, or break strength, of the tow strap, simply multiply the WLL by 3. The WLL is always one-third (1/3) of the maximum load.

F14210 Boat Winch Strap with Forged Steel Hook with Safety Latch by Boat Buckle (IMMI) - 15' x 2" - Loop End - 4,000 lbs

Video of BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch - Loop End - 2" x 15' - 1,333 lbs - Qty 1

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch Review

Hey everybody's, Zach here at Today we're going to be taking a look at a replacement strap for your boat winch. This is going to be from BoatBuckle. This is going to be a working load limit of 1,333 pounds. So it's going to be for a smaller size boats. And what I like about this one is it's going to give us some good links.

So the one we have here today is going to be 15 feet in length. But if you need one that's 20 foot, it is also available in the same style with the same attachment points.You can see it's two inches wide here and the material of this reminds me a lot of a seatbelt. It's really high quality. It's a lot like the one that we took off of here. And I think it's going to do a good job of holding up.

It also has the included hook here for our bow eye and you can see it has good stitching through there. So it's been reinforced both sides. It's going to be high quality and this is going to be zinc coated. So this is going to hold up against rust and corrosion. And when we get that hooked back up, I can get this tight and it's just a really nice moose strap.On the opposite end of our hook, we have this loop here and that's how it's held in place on our winch.

Now you will get a replacement bolt if you need that. This style, winch we use here today, it wouldn't fit. It was a little too wide. So we just use the pin that was already in place and it works just fine and holds it on there. Now there is another style it's called a tail end, and that essentially feeds in through the inner workings of the winch.

And it just wraps around on itself and keeps the tension. I feel more comfortable with this one. The other style works just fine, but this one makes me feel a little bit more confident that it's holding itself in place. I know for a fact that I have it set, it's not coming out.Now, when it comes to choosing the right strap, you want to make sure you're getting the right length. You could maybe be a little bit over, but the 15 foot worked out great for this. Now the working load limit of the 1,333 pounds, this boat does weigh a little bit more than that but that's a dry weight. So when this boat is in the water, we're not putting all of that weight on this, whenever it's sitting in the water. So when it comes to tying this down and securing it on our trailer, it's not the only strap that's in place as well. So you need to keep that in mind. You want to make sure that you're getting straps that are within the weight capacity of your boat. You don't want to have too little of the strap as well.Overall though, I think this is a really nice strap. The material on it is really nice. I think the hook is right in line with all the other ones I've seen before. This one was pretty identical to the one we took off. It's just new and it's a different color. So I think that it's going to be a really nice replacement for you if you've got an old worn out strap. You don't need to be putting that kind stress on those straps, especially since it is a point of securing your boat to your trailer. It's really easy to install. So let's just walk you through how we put this one in place.Before we put the new strap on, we need to take the old one off. So I'm going to get this one extended out all the way. Now this has an enclosed housing, but it's going to work just about the same way. I took the top off here so we can access this. We're going to do is we're going to reach down in there and we're going to grab this piece. Now you may have to push it from the other side, depending on how tight it is. And what we're going to do is get this out and this style has a pin in there. Some of them will have a bolt with a nut where it passes through, but this one in particular just has this pin so we can set that aside for now. And then we just pull that through. It's kind of tight from that double back stitching, but we can get that pulled through all the way.Now, nothing was wrong with this strap. This one hasn't seen much use, but we just wanted to give you guys a good example as to how to replace this. So we'll set that one aside and we can prep our new strap. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to take my loop, then set the other side down on the ground and I'm going to feed it in from the backside, the way we took this out. So I'll feed it up through there. And on this one, you can see there's a little bit of a groove there versus that side. It doesn't have that where that little pen can hold itself in place. So we're going to feed it that way. And it will take a little bit of effort to get that through but not much it'll fit.And I'm going to use that same pin. So the strap comes with a bolt in the nut and some styles will allow you to just run it through that loop like that and attach it to itself within the winch. This is too long for that. So we're going to hold on to this. This is in good shape still. And I'm going to use that same style. So depending on how your winch is set up, you may be able to use that bolt that comes with it, and then we're going to fit it down in there and you can see how it holds itself in place. And we can start bringing our strap back in. So now I'm going to take my hook and I'm going to hook it on to my bow eye and I'm going to start bringing this back in.All right, there we go. We've got to replace one strap. All we need to do is get our lid put back in place on this winch and we're set and ready to go, but that's going to do it for a look at BoatBuckle's two inch snap hook winch strap. If you're addicted to see what goes into making these videos, stick around and watch the meeting with our riders. Speaker 3: We have one of the 15 foot straps in place right now. Speaker 4: Okay. Speaker 3: We we're trying to figure out how they actually install. So this is an employee's boat. So we got the whole strap off, which was pretty new. inaudible 00:06:15. Speaker 4: Yeah. Speaker 3: Sorry for how loud that is. Basically how this work. Speaker 4: No you're good. Speaker 3: Is they're held in place. So there's a little slot that these go through and we're trying to figure it out is this little piece right here came with the factory setup where this strap replacement comes with this bolt and this will not fit down in there. I'll give a measurement on it so that people know if that will work, but there's this already in place. They should just reuse that. Speaker 4: Now, I guess the thing I was going to ask you on the winch straps and I had a couple of questions at least kind of what the idea to do on the jet ski type straps. I would assume the customer's like looking for a replacement with all these winch straps basically rightSpeaker 3: Yes, they're replacement works. Maybe somebody is getting an upgrade if they're replacing it. crosstalk 00:07:22 features. I think it's more of getting it to fit their specific boat to make sure that it's crosstalk 00:07:29. Bob and I we're chatting earlier, we think the important part is showing people how to install them. So that's going to be like crosstalk 00:07:39 biggest points. It's just walking through the process. Maybe taking the old one off and putting the new one on. Speaker 4: Right on guys. I appreciate you taking the time. Speaker 3: Yeah, no problem. Appreciate it, guys. Bye. Speaker 4: Have a good one..

Customer Reviews

BoatBuckle Winch Strap with Hook and Safety Latch - Loop End - 2" x 15' - 1,333 lbs - Qty 1 - IMF14210

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)

Getting your boat in and out of the water is a breeze with this heavy-duty winch strap. It features a break strength of 4,000 pounds and a steel snap hook, enabling you to safely, rapidly load and unload your boat.


Straight forward install. Product meet my expectations.


It is always great to do business with etrailer. I have never been disappointed.


The strap arrived in a very timely manner and was just what I needed.

Just great!
David - 08/21/2021


Good stitching at the hook, good color, good quality. Comes with attachment bolt for the winch


Exact replacement; quick shipping


Still working good!
JORGE M - 03/30/2022


Great price, fast ship, packed well A+


Great strap


Easily installed, worked as stated. Fair price and shipped quickly.







good product , good price








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