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Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Removable Handle for 3/8" to 1/2" Chain - 15,000 lbs

Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Removable Handle for 3/8" to 1/2" Chain - 15,000 lbs

Item # DU37GR
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Secure your load with this ratchet chain binder featuring a removable handle. When you're done, remove the handle to help prevent tampering and theft, and get a low-profile unit that's easy to work around. 15,000-lb Load limit. 1-800-940-8924 to order Durabilt chain binders part number DU37GR or order online at Free expert support on all Durabilt products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Removable Handle for 3/8" to 1/2" Chain - 15,000 lbs. Chain Binders reviews from real customers.
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Durabilt Chain Binders - DU37GR

  • Ratchet Chain Binder
  • 3/8 - 1/2 Inch Chain Links
  • Grab Hooks
  • 15000 lbs
  • Durabilt
  • Removable Handle
  • Steel
  • Red
  • 17-1/4 Inch Handle

Secure your load with this ratchet chain binder featuring a removable handle. When you're done, remove the handle to help prevent tampering and theft, and get a low-profile unit that's easy to work around. 15,000-lb Load limit.


  • Ratchet chain binder lets you secure heavy equipment on your trailer
    • Perfect for agricultural and industrial tie-down applications
  • Removable handle reduces risk of tampering and deters theft
    • Also makes it simple to clean snow, mud, and ice from ratcheting gear
  • Ratcheting mechanism tightens down and maintains tension on your chains
    • Easy-to-use and safe alternative to lever binders - gradually tensions and releases chains
  • 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 steel grab hooks securely attach to chains
  • 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
  • Handle length: 17-1/4"
  • Barrel Length: 10"
  • Take up : 8"
  • Screw diameter: 1"
  • Weight: 16.4 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.

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Video of Durabilt Ratchet Chain Binder w/ Removable Handle for 3/8" to 1/2" Chain - 15,000 lbs

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

Video Transcript for Durabuilt Ratcheting Chain Binder with Removable Handle Review

What's up everybody. It's AJ with Today, we'll be checking out the Durabilt Chain Binders. Now this one's going to have a removable handle. So I got to handle my hand right now. You see the chain binder is over here, already got these chains, nice and tight.

It's going to be a good way to help you transport this heavy duty stuff and keep it tied down really tight. You see this change, not moving at all. Let's check it out. If you're using the chain binders, you're going to use them on construction equipment or even farming equipment, just big, heavy duty stuff. So you're gonna have to be using chains instead of ratchet straps.

So you're gonna need those to be a really tight. Now you can't just use a ratchet mechanism for the chains. That's where the chain binders come in. You hook these two hooks on either side to the chain you see, and it pulls the two ends together really tight. As you can see I can't even move the chain.

It's not going anywhere because those chain binders are pulling those two pieces, two sides of the chain together. It gives us a little slack down here, but it's holding it really tight. If you've seen chain binders before, this is probably the one you've seen. You see we've got our handle connected through our barrel here, the ratcheting mechanisms in there. So you can easily go ahead and ratchet it down and get it nice and tight.

The thing is, the handle is stuck on there. You can kind of see how it juts out and it's kind of in the way, a lot of the times, and there's nothing you can do about it. And that's what makes this one so much better. See, I've have already removed the handle, how much more clearance and space we have here. There's nothing in the way. And then when you go to put this away and store them, you can store them like that it stacks on top of each other. And they'll be all nice one contained small profile and whatever you put it in. I'd rather than all the handles sticking out. And if you have multiple ones of these, cause you're going to need it if you're going to haul something like this, we've got four hooked up today. You have to find a place for all four of these. And if they all have the handles jutting out, that's going to be kind of hard to fit it into a container or just throw it somewhere. This is going to be far easier this way, and you really only need one of the handles to ratchet them all down. So you're going to have one of these that you can just store somewhere else. Now you can get these chain binders in a few different combinations. Today we have one handle and one binder, that way we only need this handle with that. If we want to add onto this, we can buy more binders separately, still uses the same one handle cos you only need one for each one where you're going to ratchet it down. You can also get a spare handle. If you lose this one, or you just want an extra one in a secondary truck, or just to have in the toolbox, just in case you lose one, it's going to have a spare or you can buy a kit of one handle and four binders all at once. Either way you can mix and match of what you need and build what you need with the chains, to tie down this heavy equipment. Now, before we go to looseness, we're going to come down here to the jam nut. Okay ,I'll throw it down cos the whole point of this is being tight, is it's not going to go beyond that. It's not going to come loose on you as your going down the road. So there is a vibration or any kind of movement with something with suspension. It could kind of loosen this up, but this prevents that having it tied against there. Now with that out of the way, and bring the handle back down, put it on there. You're gonna put this part around the gear here. You have the POL and that you're going to engage. That's going to click in to one of these parts on the gear and allow you to loosen it or tighten it. So let's go ahead and put it on there, throw that. And you're going to hear it ratcheting, and push that back down. There we go. Now I can slowly start to turn the barrel and loosen it. There I'm going to go ahead and disconnect our hook here, slides right out. Now the hook is able to work with chains of three eights, that half an inch of thickness. So just keep that in mind with what kind of chains you're going to use with the hooks. Now we're going to set it back up. So we're gonna pull the chain as tight as I can to get it to go through one of these links. So the links going to slide in there into the hook, just like that. That's gonna be kind of loose now. I think that's as tight as I can get. Let me try again. Slide out of there. Yeah, that's as, that's as tight as we're gonna get right here, but that's okay cause then we'll come back with the handle and start tying it down. So it's going to pull, from these two sections of the chains, and pull them together which is going to pull that side tight and pull this side tight. See how much it moves right now. It's not going to move in at all here in a second. So much like before we went to go loosen it. Except this time, we're flipping the handle around the reverse way. So it's going to bring the barrel up so that I can slide that into place. Get that engaged right there. And I'm going to put one hand here on the barrel and kind of start ratcheting it. You see how it's pulling those two ends of the chains together. Those hooks are slowly coming in towards the center, towards the barrel. And keep one hand on the barrel just keep the rim spinning cos when it starts off a little loose, you do need to help it a little bit. But once it gets going, you see it's getting tighter. I'm not, not needing to do that. They're starting to catch now it's getting real tight. Just to check. Oh yeah, see, I can't get that chain to move now. Now with it tightened up as much as it is now we can come back and get our jam nut, put that back into place. I would tie it down in your hand, and then maybe come back with a wrench and give it a quarter turn just get it nice and tight cos that's going to keep that from backing out on you. If you we're to hit some bumps or something, the chain does move a little bit, it won't back out and loosen it. So that's what that's there for. And now, with that in place, you can just go ahead, flip the switch and remove the handle. And what's nice about that is, that bulky handle is now out of the way. And also, it's tightened down the only way to loosen it is to use this handle. So it really can't be messed with in this state. You can just throw this back in the toolbox and your stuff's all tied down. We saw how easy it was to get the chains installed and get our load tied down. And even to take it all apart and take the chains back off. That's the ease of the ratcheting mechanism. I really liked that if feels safer, you can get it really tight and it's easy. Didn't take me that long compared to the snap binders. And that's like a lever light system that you would throw down and I get a lot of tension on there, but that's the problem. That's where it gets dangerous is cause you've got to break that tension. So you're gonna have to use another bar to do that and they can get kind of dangerous. I don't like that. This was far easier and less time consuming, just to use the ratcheting mechanism to get it nice and tight. Looking at the chain binder a little closely. You see it's got the red paint and it's already scraped off. We probably loosen and lighten this about 10 times today and it's already losing some of the paint, but that's okay. I'm sure you didn't expect the paint to last a very long time on here. As long as it holds the chains tight, it's going to work just fine. It's not going to affect how you use it. They have a Grade 70 steel here on the outside hooks, which is going to be better than a Grade 43. It's going to be stronger. It's also gonna just hold up and have a higher weight capacity too. So these are going to be really heavy duty, just like what you need to tie something like this down. With the Grade 70 steel hooks here, it's weight capacity is going to be 15,000 pounds. So that's the safe working load limit. So just keep that in mind with whatever you wanna tie down, but also look at the chain you use in too and go with the lowest number. So whatever the safe working load limit. Let's say the chains are a little bit lower than the hooks. I would go buy that rather than this. Overall, I was really impressed with the ratcheting style, especially with their movable handle. You're gonna save us a lot of space. You see, there's not a lot of clutter there. The handles out of the way. Also it can't be messed with, so nobody can loosen or tighten it in that state. I can store this somewhere else, it keeps everything nice and neat, and it was easy to tighten up and take back down. So I really like these. I think they're gonna be really, really good for, hauling bigger equipment like this and just getting it tied down quickly, and removed quickly whenever you get to your destination. Well, thanks for hanging out and I hope this helped..


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