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Review of Snap-Loc Tie Down Straps - Trailer,Truck Bed - SLTC103CR

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Snap-Loc Tie Down Straps - Trailer,Truck Bed - SLTC103CR Review


Today we're taking a look at the Snap-Loc Cam Buckle Cinch Strap.Now, this is a heavy-duty cinching tie-down that lets you secure cargo to your truck bed, trailer, or ladder rack. It features the hook-and-loop strap wrapper, which helps keep your excess strap in place, so that way, you don't have to tie it off. It helps prevent your unused strap from tangling or flapping in the wind as you travel down the road. It's also great for storing the entire strap when it's not in use. And that's this right here. You can just roll up your excess strap, or your strap, when it's not in use.

Place it in the keeper here, and then bring it over, and it secures together.Now, right here we have the cam-lock buckle, which holds the strap tight over or around your gear. The plain end feeds through the buckle. That way, you can cinch the strap over or around your cargo. So, once you have it through, all you have to do is pull on the plain end of the strap to tighten the strap around your cargo or around your gear.The neat thing about the cinch design, or that buckle, is that it holds it tight over the gear so it will not back feed until you press the release button. Then that releases the strap from the actual buckle.We're looking at a really nice durable steel buckle with a powder-coat finish to resist rust and corrosion.

Then the strap is a durable polyester webbing. It's WSTDA certified. The product's made in the USA. The strap itself measures 1" wide by 3' long. It has a safe working load limit of 500 pounds, with a maximum load or break strength rating of 1,500 pounds.Now, just keep in mind that tie-down straps need to be chosen according to their safe working load limit, so the weight of your secured cargo must not exceed the combined working load limit of the straps being used.That's going to do it for today's look at the Snap-Loc Cam Buckle Cinch Strap..


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