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CargoBuckle G3 Retractable Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - Bolt On - 2" x 6' - 1,167 lbs - Qty 2

CargoBuckle G3 Retractable Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - Bolt On - 2" x 6' - 1,167 lbs - Qty 2

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Securing large, heavy cargo is quick and hassle-free with these ratcheting tie-downs that permanently bolt onto your trailer. Heavy-duty straps have a quick-release, self-retracting design for super-simple loading and unloading. 3,500 lbs Max load. Great Prices for the best ratchet straps from CargoBuckle. CargoBuckle G3 Retractable Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - Bolt On - 2" x 6' - 1,167 lbs - Qty 2 part number IMF18800 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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CargoBuckle Ratchet Straps - IMF18800

  • Retractable
  • 6 - 10 Feet Long
  • S-Hooks
  • 1-1/8 - 2 Inch Wide
  • Trailer
  • Truck Bed
  • CargoBuckle
  • 2001 - 3500 lbs
  • 2 Straps

Securing large, heavy cargo is quick and hassle-free with these ratcheting tie-downs that permanently bolt onto your trailer. Heavy-duty straps have a quick-release, self-retracting design for super-simple loading and unloading. 3,500 lbs Max load.


  • Heavy-duty, bolt-on tie-downs let you secure cargo in your truck bed or trailer
    • Permanently mount to a flat surface with included hardware
  • Self-retracting straps automatically wind up into the built-in housings
    • Maintains constant tension on straps for minimal ratcheting when tightening straps down
    • Keeps straps neatly stowed when they're not in use
  • Ratchet mechanisms make it easy to tighten down straps and maintain tension on straps
    • Wide, rubber-coated SUR-Grip handles are easy to hold and easy to operate with 1 hand
    • Dual safety locks ensure that each ratchet arm stays in open or closed position
  • Push-to-release levers quickly and easily loosen straps when you're ready to unload
  • Vinyl-coated steel S-hooks help protect your cargo from scuffs and scratches
  • Durable construction offers long-lasting performance
    • Corrosion-resistant steel body
    • Seat-belt-quality polyester webbing
    • Sturdy plastic housing and stainless steel spring


  • Strap dimensions: 2" wide x 6' long
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 1,167 lbs
  • Maximum load (break strength): 3,500 lbs
  • Mounting bolt dimensions: 3/8" diameter x 1-3/4" long
  • Quantity: 2 ratchet straps
  • 1-Year limited warranty

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.

CargoBuckle G3 Retractable, Bolt-On Tie-Downs

CargoBuckle's third-generation tie-down straps bolt to your trailer and simplify the securing and unloading of your cargo. They have a self-retracting design, so there is constant tension on the strap and minimal ratcheting is required to secure your load. Dual safety locks keep the ratchet arm in the open or closed position, so the ratchet will not accidentally loosen or tighten up.

Instead of always having to find and store tie-down straps that hook to the anchor points on your trailer, you'll always find CargoBuckle straps right where you need them. Just pull up on the hook and strap, attach the hook to your cargo, and then operate the ratchet a few times. No more searching for a tie-down strap or dealing with extra webbing that flaps in the wind. And when you're ready to unload, simply push the release lever on the ratchet, free the hook from your cargo, and let the strap retract back down into the ratchet housing.

Using the included hardware, you can permanently mount the 2" wide ratchet straps to any flat surface. Or you can incorporate various adapters (sold separately) to use the tie-downs as either standard straps with S-hooks or as E-track straps. Angled brackets (sold separately) let you mount the straps at a 45-degree angle so that they are easier to access.

F18800 Cargo Buckle G3 Retractable Ratcheting Tie-Down Cargo Straps by IMMI - 2" x 6' - 3,500 lbs Max Load - Qty 2

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CargoBuckle G3 Retractable Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - Bolt On - 2" x 6' - 1,167 lbs - Qty 2 - IMF18800

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (580 Customer Reviews)

Securing large, heavy cargo is quick and hassle-free with these ratcheting tie-downs that permanently bolt onto your trailer. Heavy-duty straps have a quick-release, self-retracting design for super-simple loading and unloading. 3,500 lbs Max load.


I mounted these straps on my 5x10 trailer. I love these straps. Work very well. They pivot making them very versatile, to hook to, and mount at different locations on the machines I transport. I installed with a very large fender washer between trailer and strap, with grease on both sides. Tight, but still moves. Not to loose to cause extra noise or problems. Only negative comment I have, is regarding the mounting bolts, washers and nuts. One package was open when I unboxed it, and all mounting hardware was missing. I purchased additional bolts, nuts, and washers, (stainless steel), and mounted the straps. I am awaiting a response from etrailer regarding this matter.

These straps are a big time saver, and more importantly, secure the load on my trailer better for peace of mind.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


I will have our customer service team reach out to you.



Ratchet straps are still working great. I enjoy them. Great purchase. etrailer did send me the missing mounting hardware that was not present when it arrived at my house. I will order from them again.


The CargoBuckle G3 ratchet tie-down straps and 45 degree mounting brackets worked great. Makes loading and unloading a breeze.


Attached these to my boat trailer. Excellent transom straps. Easy to install.


Why struggle with straps? I was touring around the country with my motorcycle with my cousin and with these straps we were off and on the trailer in under five minutes


These devices are everything I hoped when I did my research. I have used them several times and they made an impression on the merchants to whom I was bringing devices for service/repair and the people helping me with loading.

The straps retract as advertised. I was a little concerned at first that the springs would eventually weaken and fail to retract but that has not happened. I don't use these that often, but they consistently work well when I do.

I had some difficulty locating them on my trailer. I positioned them with my UTV loaded, and should have spent a little more time with the location. They all work but the ratcheting handle is difficult to use because of some parts of the trailer frame. My fault. On the tail gate, I have to clamp them down with the gate lowered. I could grind out a bit here and there to address this but I don't feel it is worth the extra trouble and I don't want to introduce any structural weakness or sharp edges.

There are offset brackets I could have purchased but I opted against them. These straps have a rating for weight. So do the offset brackets, which is lower than the ratchet straps, and I figured I could only count on the lower of the two ratings. This was confirmed by someone at the company. I am probably being way too sensitive, and the offset brackets would have provided (my opinion) a better angle for the strap as it comes off the ratchet device. This is NOT a problem, just something I considered while doing my research.

I really love that I have these on my trailer at the ready whenever/wherever needed. I have also considered getting two or four more for the sides of the trailer. I often haul lumber on my trailer and the straps front and back of the trailer are not as easy to use for that. I hook them together crosswise and it works. With a 10 foot trailer and six foot straps, I'm at the limit of the straps as they are installed.

I was concerned about where to drill into my trailer frame to install the straps. I was afraid that this would weaken the frame at the attachment point because of the drilled hole. Tech support said this was not an issue. I'm not an engineer, but I try to consider everything. It has not been an issue for me.

My trailer has a 2x6 treated wood floor. This was a bit of an installation issue. I had to chisel out some of the wood at the attachment points for the bolt holding the straps onto the trailer. There was no mention of this in the write-up. No videos or suggestions. Again, I got it done and have not had to give it further thought.

Overall, I'm quite happy with the product. On the first contact, no one responded to my email for info. After that, I got quick response and an apology for the first experience. I had questions and they were answered quickly and satisfactorily.

I live in Northwestern Pennsylvania. Winters were a concern at first because these are exposed to everything. Weather has not been an issue.

I can recommend the straps without reservation and also the tech support for answering questions. I have had no issues at all. I would buy these again, and I may for the sides of my trailer. I don't have photos of the installation, but every one is going to be unique anyway so I don't think they would add much to this review.



Everything is still working very well. We have had extremes of weather and my trailer is not covered at all. No problem and I have used them even recently to haul a huge amount of mulch in a tarp the straps held downclosed. I have hauled my UTV, my generator, and lumber. The springs still retract the straps as hoped. The hooks are a bit small to use on the most convenient connection points of my UTV. I can find something to deal with that if I used it for that more often. Im still happy with the straps, would highly recommend them, and if I used my trailer more, I would buy 2 more sets for the sides. This was an excellent purchase.


I love these cargo straps they work great i have them on my truck and on two trailers to hold my utv and the other trailer i put them in to holdmy sled in.


These are really handy, use them hard mounted on our roof rack to tension our shade wing on the van. Works really nice and stores small when not in use


Strap tore. Had to have it cut then sewn. Ordered second set of straps so I could have one repaired.Pic attached. 2nd strap is tearing. Pic attached. Not impressed with product. Use straps daily to hold ladder in place.

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Victoria B.


One option to help preserve the life of your CargoBuckle straps when using them against the rough edge of your ladder is to put the BoatBuckle Protective Pads # IMF13180 between the strap and the ladder. While these pads are designed to help prevent a strap from rubbing against a boat, they will also help reduce the pressure put on your CargoBuckle strap. Another option is to secure the ladder without running the strap along the rough edge of the ladder. If there is a tie down anchor near the CargoBuckle mounting location, the strap could run up the the ladder, over the rung, and back down to the anchor.


Excellent quality and great hardware included. I really like the retractable aspect and the nice firm and tight ratchet mechanism!! Far far better than a similar one I bought that was rated for 1000lbs!!!!! I’m very very happy with this product!!!



After a year of use and abuse my straps are still going strong, be sure to not over tighten or it can bend the internals and cause some issues. Just gotta be careful with it and it still does it’s job, lost the plastic housing on both of them somehow, but hey still working great. Highly recommend, had a buddy buy 6 for his new trailer, he loves em.


The straps ripped on first use don’t buy straps are ripped want a refund!

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Katrina B.


Awe man, well these do have a one year limited warranty. So, lets go ahead and get you the warranty information.


I purchased 4 of these to tie down a mini skidsteer on the trailer. Overall, I've been happy with the product, but there are some things I don't like.

First, it speeds up the tie-down process. I can tie the four corners in just a few minutes, when it was taking about three times as long with chains.
Also, I was afraid that it couldn't handle the weight of my machine. I've had no problems there.

There are, however, some things I don't like. First, one strap rubbed up against a part of the trailer, and within about two months of rubbing in the same spot, the strap frayed and broke. Now, it's useless. Second, if the strap is angled where it is not going in or out exactly straight, the edge of the strap cuts into the plastic cover. the strap is holding up, but it does cause it to get stuck as it wedges into the plastic part.

If they could fix those things, I'd give it an excellent rating.


Great product! Makes securing my motorcycle
To the table lift real easy- no more tangled straps
Will buy more for different applications
Thanks Al


Replaced worn cargo buckles with this retractable ratchet tie down system. Works great! They are so strong they can bend the frame on our wheelchair lift. So once they are tight, pay attention to item you are securing, as cargo buckles are extremely strong!Perfect fit and arrive ahead of schedule. Thanks!!

Susan S.


I continued to be very satisfied with the cargo buckle. My husband has since passed and I no longer have the lift, but again, the new buckles were all the old lift needed to make it great!


Expensive, but well worth the money. This makes strapping my boat to the trailer soo much easier. High quality straps



These straps are a must have for a fly fishing guide who is trying to get their boat in and out of the water quickly. This makes it soo easy as the straps are always ready to go. I get Lots of complements at boat launch of how convenient the straps are .


used on open trailer to tie down a spec miata race car... traveled over texas and Oklahoma for last year with no problems.. love that i can drive the car on the trailer. attach the hooks rachet quickly and be done.. no searching for the tie down as they are bolted to the trailer.. many racers have taken pictures and ordered some themselves after seeing how fast and easy they opperate especially after a long day at the track


I had a couple of these on a trailer we sold. As soon as I ordered new trailer, I ordered another set of these straps. So easy and quick to tie my side by side down with these mounted to my trailer. I will not have a trailer without these!!! All my hunting buddies have them on their trailers now as well!!



easy to use and !!!!


The cargo buckles I purchased are the best there is. I put four on my trailer and NO more untangling of those other straps. I will be purchasing more to hold my bow fishing deck on my boat.


These Retractable G-3 Tie-Down Straps are GREAT!! Very east to install and Operate. No more fumbling with loose straps! These Straps stay in place and they look Very nice on my Boat.

Just a bit of advice, I put sealant on the treads and on the bolt head to make it harder for someone else to remove.


I have been using these for several years. Mine have quit working because of being out in the elements for so long. These work really great on my UTV trailer. Really makes things fast when tying down your rig. No messing with untangling and adjusting conventional type straps. Would recommend them to anyone looking for a permanent tie down system.


Love this product. We can load our UTV in a matter of minutes with the cargobuckles.



one out of the 4 cargo buckles is showing its wear from the weather so its harder to retract. it works but its slower.


Awesome product!


Cargo buckles installed easily and are easy to attach and secure.

Myron K.


I am very happy with my cargo buckles after having them for a year


These are great straps. I have many of them mounted to trailers to secure golf carts and other small equipment. They hold up even left out in the weather constantly. The short handles keep people from over-tightening them. They work perfectly for me.


Ilove these ratchet straps they work great i have on my truck and open trailer and my enclosed trailer they are excellent.

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