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Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Multiple Hooks for 3/8" to 1/2" Chains - 15,000 lbs

Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Multiple Hooks for 3/8" to 1/2" Chains - 15,000 lbs

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Two grab hooks and a sling hook give you multiple connection options when tying down your heavy-duty gear with this load binder. 15,000-lb Load limit. 1-800-940-8924 to order Durabilt chain binders part number DU23MR or order online at Free expert support on all Durabilt products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Multiple Hooks for 3/8" to 1/2" Chains - 15,000 lbs. Chain Binders reviews from real customers.
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Durabilt Chain Binders - DU23MR

  • Ratchet Chain Binder
  • Multi-Hook
  • 3/8 - 1/2 Inch Chain Links
  • Grab Hooks
  • 30000 lbs
  • Steel
  • Red
  • 15 Inch Handle
  • Durabilt

Two grab hooks and a sling hook give you multiple connection options when tying down your heavy-duty gear with this load binder. 15,000-lb Load limit.


  • Ratchet chain binder lets you secure heavy equipment on your trailer
    • Perfect for agricultural and industrial tie-down applications
  • Sturdy handle provides a solid grip to operate the ratchet
  • Ratcheting mechanism tightens down and maintains tension on your chains
    • Easy-to-use and safe alternative to lever binders - gradually tensions and releases chains
  • Zinc-plated, forged steel slip hook and grab hooks securely attach to chains
    • Easily connect to a variety of anchor points
  • Adjustable pawl has 2 positions for quick take-up or extension
    • Take-up position tensions chains to secure cargo
    • Extension position allows you to safely release tension and remove the binder
  • Forged, powder coated metal construction resists corrosion and red color is highly visible
  • Meets or exceeds FMCSA 40, CHP , CVSA , WSTDA , and DOT standards


  • Application: chains with 3/8" to 1/2" thick links
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 15,000 lbs
  • Closed length:
    • From grab hook to grab hook is 26-9/16"
    • From grab hook to slip hook is 28"
  • Open length:
    • From grab hook to grab hook is 34-9/16"
    • From grab hook to slip hook is 36"
  • Handle length: 15"
  • Barrel length: 10"
  • Take up: 8"
  • Screw diameter: 1"
  • Weight: 19.6 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty

Note: Do not use for overhead lifting. This load binder is designed to work as part of a complete tie-down system. The overall capacity depends on the safe working load limit (WLL) of the chain(s) that you choose, as well as the capacity of the load binder itself. The item being tied down must not exceed the combined WLL of the lowest-rated components in the system.

DR-X15+58SLP Durabilt Ratcheting Load Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chains - Multi-Hook - 15,000 lbs

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Video Transcript for Durabilt Ratcheting Chain Binder Review DU23MR

What's up, everybody It's AJ with Today, we're gonna be checking out this chain binder from Durabilt. It's gonna have multi-hook functionality, so what that means is it's gonna have two grab hooks here that you can use or a slip hook. You can see we attached it right here to the skid-steer and attached this end to the chain, which is attached to the stake pocket, and that's pulling it nice and tight. Let's check it out. So, how we have it set up today is we got one end running to the skid-steer, the other attached to the chain that's running to the stake pocket.

Now, while we're using this setup, it's, you wouldn't be able to use ratchet straps on something this heavy. It just wouldn't work out as you're going down the road. So, you're gonna need something more heavy duty, like these chains. So, to use the chains, you can't tighten them up by themselves. You couldn't run it through here, and just pull it tight, and expect it to stay like that.

You need something that is constantly pulling on it and holding it in place, and that's where the chain binder comes in. So, we have this end attached here, this to the chain, and what we did was, we ratcheted it with this handle, and it pulls these hooks in and makes that really tight. So, you can see, I can't move it back and forth, and this is gonna stay where it is. What sets this one apart from the other chain binders is the multi-hook system. So, we got two grab hooks here, and you can go from chain-to-chain if you wanted to, or chain to stake pocket, whatever you want to use the grab hooks for, you could use that, but you have that added bonus of having this slip hook.

We're just gonna go mainly on the loop of either a D-ring or on the piece of machinery you're hauling itself. So, right now we have it run through here. It's got a good connection there, and it's gonna bring that together to get that tension, so it's not just going to be chain-chain. You can use it that way, but this is a more of a direct connection, just pullin' on there. Now, let's see how it works.

You've got this part, that's gonna be called the barrel, and you've got the two hook ends here, and this here, in the center, you got the the handle and the pawl. So, I'm gonna push in on that. That's gonna put it where I loosen it instead of tighten, so I can just pull the handle back, and then start doing this, and you're gonna see as the barrel turns here, these hooks, these eyelets are gonna come out, and that's what's gonna loosen our connection here. So, you're gonna see it's going from tight and starting to droop. As that gets loose, I'll remove one of the hooks. It seems like we might be loose enough now just to pull this one out. Almost. There we go, and it's that easy to disconnect. Now, to reconnect it, we're just gonna do the same thing in reverse. Put our hook back into place, bring this back up, come back to the pawl, push down on that, now it's in the tighten position. You want to make sure your other hook is there on the chain. We got the chain just slid right in there on the grab hook. That looks good right there, and then go back to tightening it down. Now, this time, you're gonna see that the eyelets are gonna come in towards the barrel, and that provides that tension. Now, to compare to the ratchet style, there is a lever style or a snap chain binder, and that's gonna be a lever that you throw usually with another bar, just to get that tension on there, and as you do that, it's gonna be quicker, but it's gonna put a lot more tension on there, and then, when you go to relieve that tension, it is gonna pop up. So, that one can be a little bit more aggressive, and you can have problems with that there. This one, the ratcheting style, I like better, just 'cause you can go nice and slow. It brings that tension or relieves that tension, there's no pop-up or any danger. Now, there is another option if you like the multi-hook design. Maybe you already know that you're gonna hook it up to your heavy machinery more than you are gonna be a chain, but this one is gonna have two slip hooks and one grab hook instead of having two grab hooks and one slip hook. So, what that means is one side on heavy machinery, we got a D-ring built in there, you can hook that up, too, but if you need to for any reason, you have the grab hook for chains. So, just in case you need that, you don't use that as often, but you want that as an option, you can do that this way. And if you're not interested, really, in the multi-hook design, you just want two grab hooks, then there are other options there with the ratcheting, and that involves the handle. So, one of them, you can remove the handle, it's more like a tool that you add on there and you ratchet it, or you tighten it, or you loosen it that way, take the handle back off, you can just throw it in a toolbox. It just saves space if you have a smaller trailer or you're just worried about space, how much you're puttin' on there. Another one is a folding handle, where it has a button here to push on the side, and the handle will fold down and out of the way. Again, saves you space on the trailer and when you're storin 'em, but they're just gonna have the two grab hooks. They're not gonna have the slip hook. So, then also to think about is what exactly you're gonna be hauling, because these chain binders do have weight ratings on there, so the safe working load limit on this one's gonna be 15,000 pounds, and then the two grab hooks are gonna be rated for chains of 3/8 of an inch all the way up to a 1/2 of an inch. The slip hook's gonna be 5/8 of an inch, and it's gonna have a throat opening of one inch and 7/8. Another thing to think about is the weight rating on the chains, because when you get this all tied down, you wanna make sure the chains can hold up to what you're tying down. So, if the number does not match your chain binder, if it's a little bit below that, that's okay, you can still use those chains, but just make sure you go with that weight rating on the chain. So, it's only gonna be as strong as those chains are. You don't want 'em breaking when you're goin' down the road. Look a little closer at it, it's got a steel construction with a red paint on there. You can see it wears out a little bit here at the gears, or the pawl heads, where it goes to tighten down or loosen, and it's just gonna happen over time. It's not gonna affect how it works. It's still gonna work just fine. On the ends here, you're gonna zinc-plated coating on all the hooks and anything exposed, and that's gonna be on both sides. Overall, I really like the ratchet style chain binder. I think it's really easy to use. I like how safe it is, too, when you're loosening it or tightening it, and I think that it's gonna be really helpful to have the multi-hook design, just in case you need to use one of the other ones if you need to go chain-to-chain, but if you're mainly using it this way, you can do that, too. Well, I think that does it. Thanks for hangin' out, and I hope this helps..

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Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Multiple Hooks for 3/8" to 1/2" Chains - 15,000 lbs - DU23MR

Average Customer Rating:  5.0 out of 5 stars   (3 Customer Reviews)

Two grab hooks and a sling hook give you multiple connection options when tying down your heavy-duty gear with this load binder. 15,000-lb Load limit.


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    I believe you are talking about reducing the thickness of your D-ring tie downs from 1/2 inch to 3/8 inches to use a chain binder like the Durabilt Ratcheting Chain Binder for 3/8" - 1/2" Thick Chains - Multi-Hook # DU23MR. For this purpose, I recommend replacing the old ones with the CargoSmart Recessed D-Ring Tie-Down Anchor - Bolt On - 3/8" x 2-1/8" # 348809. The weight capacity for a single tie-down is 1,667 pounds. Depending on your weight needs, you may need to use multiple D-rings....
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