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Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2

Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2

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Secure your motorcycle or ATV to your truck or trailer with these tie-downs. Toothless cam buckles hold straps tight without damaging the webbing, and soft loops make it easy to attach the tie-downs to your bike. 1,200 lbs Max load. Fastest Shipping and Guaranteed Lowest Prices for Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2. Read our customer reviews of Erickson motorcycle tie downs. Call 800-298-8924 for expert service or order your motorcycle tie downs part number EM05729 by Erickson online at etrailer.com.
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Erickson Motorcycle Tie Downs - EM05729

  • Trailer
  • Truck Bed
  • Erickson
  • 6 - 10 Feet Long
  • 0 - 1 Inch Wide
  • Cam Buckle Strap
  • S-Hooks
  • Soft Ties
  • 351 - 500 lbs
  • 2 Straps
  • Manual

Secure your motorcycle or ATV to your truck or trailer with these tie-downs. Toothless cam buckles hold straps tight without damaging the webbing, and soft loops make it easy to attach the tie-downs to your bike. 1,200 lbs Max load.


  • Tie-down straps let you secure your motorcycle, dirt bike, or ATV to your truck bed or trailer
  • Toothless, convenient, and secure (TCS) tensioning cam buckles will not damage strap webbing
  • Strap can be pulled to desired length, yet will not feed back through buckle while in locked position
    • Simply pull release tab to loosen tension
    • Locks and stays tight
  • S-hooks secure to anchor points


  • Strap dimensions: 1" wide x 6' long
  • Maximum load strength (break strength): 1,200 lbs
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 400 lbs
  • Quantity: 2 tie-down straps

Note: Tie-down straps must be chosen according to their safe working load limit (WLL). The weight of the secured cargo must not exceed the combined WLL of the straps being used. For example, if you are using straps with a WLL of 500 lbs each to tie down a load weighing 1,000 lbs, then you need at least 2 straps to safely secure that load. It is recommended that you always use straps in pairs.

Each of these motorcycle tie-downs has a toothless, convenient, and secure (TCS) cam buckle. The buckle has a non-slip spring-loaded locking action that allows for quick and easy adjustment. The toothless design will not damage the strap webbing. With the buckle in the locked position, the end strap can still be pulled through the buckle to desired length. At no time will the strap back up through the buckle. The patented design only allows the strap to go one way. To release the lock, you simply have to pull the release tab and the load will quickly let loose. Whenever you have a situation where you have 2 solid points that won't move, the TCS buckle with over-the-center lock action works great. It locks tight and stays tight.

05729 Erickson Manufacturing 1" x 6' Soft Tie TCS Motorcycle and ATV Tie Downs - 1,200 lbs. (Qty 2)

Video of Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2

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

Video Transcript for Erickson Tie Down Straps - Trailer - EM05729 Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Erickson motorcycle and ATV tie downs. Now, tie down straps are going to let you secure your motorcycle, dirt bike or ATV to your truck bed or trailer. One of the neatest features about these straps is that they feature this toothless, convenient and secure TCS tension and cam buckle system. This is designed to not cause any type of damage to the strap webbing. It's a really neat design. A traditional cam buckle has a serrated tooth design to it, and over time that can really cause some damage to the actual strap.

This one, however, does not use that. It's a locking cam system. It has this release lever here that's going to allow you to open it up. That's going to give you a lot of motion to adjust the strap as needed. Then you can move it to a locked position.

That not only protects the strap but that's also going to keep tension applied, that way it doesn't wiggle loose. You can still see that even within the locked position you can pull out the slack, or pull it tight, but it will not feed back the other way. In order to release the tension, or to get it to feed back the other way, press the release lever, open it up and then you can release the tension and adjust the strap as needed. It's a really nice, safe, secure cam style buckle. Again, the strap can be pulled to the desired length, yet it will not feed back through the buckle while in the locked position, and whenever you're ready to release the tension, just pull the release tab to loosen it up. Again, that's going to lock and stay in place.

Now, the cam buckle components are of metal or steel construction with protective finishing on them, so you don't have to worry about rust or corrosion. You'll notice that it has the S hooks, or the nice large opening hook on each end. Again, two straps are included with this part number, but you're going to have the hooks located on each end. These are steel hooks with that coating on them so that way they don't scratch or damage the anchor point. But on this end, I do want to point out that at the very end of the strap is a loop. What you can do is loop that around the hook and then what you've done there is you've just created a nice large loop, or anchor point, and that's going to be your soft tie.

This can be used to create a loop so that the hook doesn't scratch or damage an anchor point, like your handle bars or a tube on your ATV, dirt bike or motorcycle. When it comes to the dimensions of each strap, they measure one inch wide by six feet long. Each one features a maximum load or break strength of 1200 pounds with a safe working load limit of 400 pounds. Again, with this part number you're going to get a quantity of two tie down straps. Please keep in mind that tie down straps must be chosen according to their safe working load limit. The weight of the superior cargo must not exceed the combined working load limit of the straps that you're using. That's going to do it for today's look at the Erickson motor cycle and ATV tie downs.

Customer Reviews

Erickson Motorcycle and ATV Tie-Downs w Soft Ties and TCS Buckles - 1"x6' - 400 lbs - Qty 2 - EM05729

Average Customer Rating:  4.0 out of 5 stars   (21 Customer Reviews)

Secure your motorcycle or ATV to your truck or trailer with these tie-downs. Toothless cam buckles hold straps tight without damaging the webbing, and soft loops make it easy to attach the tie-downs to your bike. 1,200 lbs Max load.

- EM05729

Wheels were what I expected. 726600

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I gave one of their representatives the tire size and told them that I have duel rotors on the front wheel of my motorcycle and want would be the best fit for a wheel chock. They gave me Item MT70271 and EMO5729. I had them express deliver so that I would have time to mount it on my trailer. It was a great, the easiest to assemble and mount and had plenty of clearance for the tire and rotors. It was simple who ever designed this item had a lot of thought put into it to work so well. Great help and product . Thank You again. Louie 655244

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Great price and great quality’n 451059

Bobby - 11/11/2018


- EM05729

work great easy to use bikes only, no cross over use 402417

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Fast service and excellent customer ser vice 366738

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Haven't used but looks good and ideal for carrying my motorcycle 324659

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Great, really like the soft tie built in for hauling dirtbikes. 257714

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Much like other recent reviews, I have had trouble with these straps. They come loose and I had to check and tighten them multiple times during transport. Now I have no confidence using them with my bike. I still use them for strapping down light gear on my trailer, but never with my motorcycle. 253746

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These are nice straps. I like the design of the soft loop. But the cam mechanism allows too much slippage, so they become loose when am driving on rough roads. My motorcycle weighs about 350 pounds, and I transport it on a trailer. Maybe the cam mechanism is strong enough for transporting a motorcycle in a pickup bed, but I am not able to use the straps with my motorcycle on the trailer. 252638

- EM05729

Very good service. Appreciate that shipment was held because my mailing and shipping were very different. I was called to make sure the order was mine and everything was correct. Delivery was completed in less than a week. Thank you for your great service. 239552

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Ordered 3 products on a Wednesday and received them the following Tuesday which was great. All products, the 5' E track, tie-off rings and tie down straps were just what I needed. I was glad that the straps were rated a 1200 lbs rather than 400 lbs. Just bought a 6 X 12 enclosed trailer recently and will definitely be using Etrailer.com a lot more. 194574

- EM05729

Great product. Works well with my TW200 174966

- EM05729

Easy to tighten, easy to release... good strength too. 160073

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I want to like these but they fail to work. The cleat action is great yet they fail to hold. After I got the first pair they seemed a great product so I ordered a second pair and have since used them several times. Each time transporting a sport bike on a open trailer in a chock. Each time they worked loose in about 10 miles. I checked and rechecked mounting and closing. Still they fail to hold. This was in dry weather on smooth roads. I have had to stop multiple times on 40 mile trips to re-secure them. This seems to be all 4 of them and not just 1 out of the 4 failing. A bike carried along at the same using another brand strap remained solid. So simply, they fail. They are dangerous to use for securing as they cannot be trusted to hold. What can I do with them now? I am not sure I would even use them to secure a load/luggage on my touring bike Most likely I will throw them away as I can't trust them. It is a great design but the manufacturer needs to revisit the engineering and materials used to evolve the product or take them off the market. 151653

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Straps come lose within 15 minutes of travel. Completely unusable and dangerous. 129069

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Good product at a good price. Really like the "Soft Tie" feature. 94129

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Honestly I am surprised to see good reviews for these. I was VERY excited to order them thinking they would be a good mix of pull-down and ratchet straps. Soon after I got them I had to pick up a dirt bike. I compressed the front springs some, pulled the strap tight and then locked the buckle. Seemed to hold very nicely ... until I was less than a mile away and the bike was almost falling over!!! After stopping 3 different times to retighten the straps, I finally gave up and put my trusty ratchets back on and had no further problems. Manufacturer states that it is IMPOSSIBLE for the strap to loosen ... that is obviously not the case. I bought 3 sets and have yet to even open the other 2 sets due to this experience. The quality seems nice, but the function is just not there. They may work OK for none dynamic loads, but they sure did not do the job against my stiff bouncing motorcycle suspension. I think the problem is that the rods in the buckle have no texture to grip the strap like pull downs usually do. Add some texture to help grab the strap and I think these could be really great. 30718

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Satisfied with the product. The shipping time is outstanding... 13783

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Quick delivery! 10312

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Nice straps 9770

- EM05729

Wowsers Just used these for the first time. Soooo much easier than regular tie downs with bar savers. I wish I had these ten years ago 5584


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