1" x 18" Tie-Down Motorcycle Assist Straps (Qty 2)

1" x 18" Tie-Down Motorcycle Assist Straps (Qty 2)

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  • Tie Down Straps
  • Ratchet Straps
  • Soft Loops
  • Erickson
  • 1 Inch Wide
  • 1-1/2 Feet Long
  • 660 lbs
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Erickson Accessories and Parts - 06303


Motorcycle Assist Sraps are great when tying down your motorcycle to a trailer or hitch mounted motorcycle carrier.

Simply pass the assist strap around the handlebars and insert the tie down hook through both loops of the assist strap.

  • Includes (2) assist straps
  • Measure: 1" x 18"
  • Capacity: 2,000 lbs.
    • Safe Working Load Limit: 660 lbs. per strap
  • Black in color
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06303 1" x 18" Tie-Down Motorcycle Assist Straps (Qty 2)







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Video Transcript for ATV E-Track Ratcheting Tie-Down System Review

Today on this ATV and trailer we'll be demonstrating the Snap-Loc E track stainless ratcheting cargo strap. Now this strap does come in two colors, red, part number SLSRS16R, as well as blue, part number SLSRS16B. Now this heavy duty ratcheting cargo strap will safely tie down your gear. A loop at one end serves as a soft tie for bikes and the E track fittings at both ends will attach to any E track anchor point. It's constructed of stainless steel, which will stand up to harsh weather and rain use. Now on our ATV we'll be demonstrating the various ways to tie it down.

Today we'll be using one of the red Snap-Loc stainless ratcheting cargo straps as well as the Snap-Loc hook, part number SLH. We'll also be using the Erickson tie down assist straps, part number 06303. Well begin by taking the assist strap and wrapping it around our handle bar here. Now we want to make sure that we go around the wires that may go up on your handle bars as we dont want to pinch them. Now that we have our assist strap around our handle bars we'll take our red ratcheting cargo strap and using the hook, part number SLH, we'll take the soft loop on the strap and feed it through the hook.

We can then take our hook and attach it to our assist strap where we will move down and attach the E track side of our strap to the E track here on our trailer. We'll then ratchet the strap down securing our ATV to the trailer. Now the convenient hook and loop strap that is attached to our Snap-Loc can be used to wrap up our access strap and store it away. We'll move over here to the passenger side where we'll repeat the same process. Now on the rear of our ATV we'll use another Snap-Loc ratcheting cargo strap, wrap it around the frame and secure it on the other side.

Now with our ATV secured in three points on our trailer we're ready to head out on the road safely. That completes our demonstration of the Snap-Loc E track stainless ratcheting cargo strap with soft tie loop, part numbers SLSRS16B and SLSRS16R. Also using part number SLH, the Snap-Loc hook and part number 06303, the Erickson tie down assist straps, on our ATV and trailer.


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1" x 18" Tie-Down Motorcycle Assist Straps (Qty 2) - 06303

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)


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Need soft straps to hold down my motorcycle. Have not been able to try them out yet. But the price was good. 109733



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Everything as expected - durable/soft - held tight... 441904



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Great straps may buy more. 591155



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Handy ton have not only for motorcycle but to avoid scratches on the trailer. I keep these handy, Stronger than they look. 422496



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Fast shipping. 409717



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Look good. Fast delivery and mvery good quality. Very pleased. Thank you 399669



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I have ordered from ETrailer a couple of times now. Never had a problem. No surprises. Got what I expected. Good customer service 351254



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Holding up excellent 321581



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This combination of tie downs is a lot easier and convenient to secure vehicles when hauling on my 25 foot gooseneck trailer. 311440



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These were as expected, thanks! 222942


Comments

Ive used these probably a dozen times over the last year and theyve been very handy, not just with motorcycles but in general.

Bruce - 08/29/2016

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as described 194120



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used to tie down my harley on the way to sturgis, works great 3000 miles no problem 151659



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Everything got here in great shape, the econo. Shipping arrived in 3 days.Wow!!! I always have good service and products at E- trailer. Jan L was pleasant to deal with too, it's nice when people do what they say they will. I haven installed the lights yet, but the last trailer I put them on worked out great. I'll be back! 145933



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PERFECT PRODUCT FOR MY USE 91022



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Products were fine and as represented with good value. Shipping to MN took over 2 weeks. Appears products are drop shipped. 80971



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Works great on my mototcycle. 62564



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Bought 12 of these -- you can never have enough ... 55581



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Don't have to put metal hooks on the paint or chrome. Also good for camping and hanging stuff on the baby stroller. 50200



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Order was as expected, on time and quickly delivered as all the products I have previously ordered. No complaints. Will definitely order again. 48693



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seems to be just what I needed 27108



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Exactly what I needed to strap my motorcycle to a trailer... 23366



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Have not used yet, a little smaller than I envisioned, but I am sure they will serve their intended purpose. 17174


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