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SmartStraps Tactical Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - 1-3/16" x 10' - 1,000 lbs - Qty 2

SmartStraps Tactical Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - 1-3/16" x 10' - 1,000 lbs - Qty 2

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Heavy-duty ratcheting tie downs let you secure a motorcycle, ATV, or UTV on your trailer or in your pickup truck. Ratcheting handles with rubber bumpers let you quickly secure your cargo without scratching your gear. 3,000 lbs Max load. Lowest Prices for the best ratchet straps from SmartStraps. SmartStraps Tactical Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - 1-3/16" x 10' - 1,000 lbs - Qty 2 part number SM34FR can be ordered online at or call 1-636-306-4830 for expert service.
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SmartStraps Ratchet Straps - SM34FR

  • Manual
  • 6 - 10 Feet Long
  • S-Hooks
  • 851 - 1200 lbs
  • 1-1/8 - 2 Inch Wide
  • Trailer
  • Truck Bed
  • 2 Straps
  • SmartStraps

Heavy-duty ratcheting tie downs let you secure a motorcycle, ATV, or UTV on your trailer or in your pickup truck. Ratcheting handles with rubber bumpers let you quickly secure your cargo without scratching your gear. 3,000 lbs Max load.


  • Heavy-duty tie-down straps let you secure cargo in your pickup truck bed or small utility trailer
    • Perfect for hauling a motorcycle, ATV, or UTV, or other equipment
  • Ratcheting handle makes it easy to tighten down and maintain tension on strap
    • Large handle with diamond-pattern knurling provides maximum grip while tightening and loosening strap
    • Trigger release pawl in handle quickly disengages ratchet when you're ready to unload
    • Synthetic washers make ratcheting action smooth and quiet
  • Rubber bumpers protect your cargo from scratches
  • Polyester SmartWeb webbing is stronger and more abrasion resistant than standard webbing
  • Rubber-coated hooks anchor strap to D-rings, T-hooks, trailer bumpers, and other large tie-down points
  • Storage case included


  • Strap dimensions: 1-3/16" wide x 10' long
  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 1,000 lbs
  • Maximum load (break strength): 3,000 lbs
  • 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.

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Video Transcript for SmartStraps Tactical Ratchet Tie-Down Straps Review

Today we're gonna be using the SmartStraps tactical ratcheting straps. These are gonna be great for tying stuff down in the bed of your truck, on your trailer. And for this instance today we're just gonna be tying down my mower. It's gonna have a working load limit of a thousand pounds and a break strength of 3000 pounds and they're about 10 foot long. So to put these two together properly, we're gonna go on the outside end. So the side that's not gonna be closed on whenever we're ratcheting up, we wanna make sure the line is perfect and straight there.

We're gonna start with this little hook and loop for all the excess. We're gonna pull this through. And once we pull it through, we're gonna put the rest of it through, just like this. And then you turn it back around and where this handle is. We're gonna go above it.

Above this little piece and below the handle. That is how you strap up a ratchet strap. So you just wanna find a good spot to hook our hooks right here. It's just a single hook. It is powder coated so it's not really gonna scratch up my trailer.

What I usually do is if I can fit it down through there, I usually do that, but I can't. So we're gonna go right around here. And then what I usually do is just go around my wheels here. And sometimes that happens. So an extra set of hands would prevent that from happening.

Or if you just kind of keep the tension unlike what I did, it'll help it stay at place. We're gonna hook these up, kind of try to use that weight to kind of keep that there. And then we're gonna reconnect this one. I think what I'm gonna do is go right here. So once that's done, we want to keep the tension on both sides like that, help this up and we want to keep tension on it. And then we're gonna take the loose end of the strap right here that's in my hand, pull it as tight as you can and then you're gonna start ratcheting it down. Notice how quiet this is. It's very, very quiet, which I like. Sometimes you just hear its really, really high pitch like metal sound where it's all clinking together, but these are the quietest ones I've ever dealt with. So then once all that's done, we can take the excess right here. I usually just go kinda get it all settled in and then I like to have this end right in the middle, kind of like that. And we can wrap this all the way around and then we can get this connected. Not a lot of these straps have this, some of them do. And it's nice that they add it with it. This does come in a pack of two. So I did that one on the front, but on the back it was a little bit simpler of a setup. I just went ahead and just looped it up all into my mower and around the frame, tightened it down. And I did have a decent amount of excess on this but the little hook and loop retainer does accommodate for a lot of that strap. It's plenty long. So you don't have to worry about it being too short to go around even a large amount of strap that we're not really using. What makes the ratcheting mechanism so quiet, you notice how we have these little synthetic washers right here. That's gonna keep the metal sound to a minimum whenever we're ratcheting down. And another thing that I noticed is this thing does have a pretty decent ratio, meaning I really don't have to move it a whole lot to get one click. Some of these it's kind of a wider ratio. So I really have to lift it up a lot to get that next click. With this one, it's a little bit closer so it's a lot easier to get it nice and tight fit. And we have plenty of grip right here. We just have little machine grooves right here which makes it pretty easy to get your hand in there. It is not the biggest thing to hold onto but you really don't need a whole lot of strength to tighten this thing up. And if the arm section right here of the ratchet strap is hitting some of your cargo. You don't have to worry about scratching it up. There's a rubber piece right here which is gonna prevent against any scratches. The strap's gonna be made of a polyester smart web webbing which is going to be a little bit stronger than some of the standard webbing that you see on other ratchet straps. And then the width of the strap's gonna be about one and three 16th of an inch. Let's go ahead and take this off. All we gotta do, go like this. And then we wanna keep this kind of straight and we're gonna pull this up and go all the way back. And that is gonna allow us to loosen this up a little bit. And one thing that's nice about these. So if you do not like to put these hooks on your equipment that you're strapping down, whether you just don't wanna scratch up the paint, or there's just not like the best spot for these hooks to hook onto, we have a soft strap all on one side which what that is is you can go ahead and loop it around like this. So then the hook isn't gonna be hitting your equipment. So let's just say, this is a nice paint job, which it is but it's not the best. But let's just say it's a brand new mower. You can go ahead and just kind of strap around like this and this way, we don't have any metal hitting at all. And that polyester's not gonna scratch or anything. So that's something that's kind of nice but at the end of the day, these aren't just bare hooks. They are rubber coated. So you don't really have to worry about them scratching up but it's nice that they added this little soft loop on one end of the strap. Ratchet straps are ratchet straps. These are gonna be a little bit quieter than some of the other ones on our site. And the main thing with ratchet straps is we just need to make sure we're using enough of them and that they're rated for the load that we're tying down. And that's pretty much it for our look at the SmartStraps tactical ratcheting straps..

Customer Reviews

SmartStraps Tactical Ratchet Tie-Down Straps - 1-3/16" x 10' - 1,000 lbs - Qty 2 - SM34FR

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (4 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty ratcheting tie downs let you secure a motorcycle, ATV, or UTV on your trailer or in your pickup truck. Ratcheting handles with rubber bumpers let you quickly secure your cargo without scratching your gear. 3,000 lbs Max load.


have not used, just received prompt shipment yesterday!



Review from a similar Tactical Ratchet in Ratchet Straps

Great product info on page and very prompt delivery. On unboxing, straps seem very sturdy and well built, as advertised. There are no instructions on how to thread the straps, so if you are not familiar with ratchet straps that will take you a little interwebs research. Awaiting delivery of my UTV, so will update after I get a chance to use them real world.


Review from a similar Tactical Ratchet in Ratchet Straps

I had an issue with the shipping but the customer service handle it perfectly.


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