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Rhino-Rack Cam Buckle Cinch Straps Review

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Review of the Rhino-Rack Cam Buckle Cinch Straps


Today we're going to be taking a look at the Rhino-Rack Cam Buckle Cinch Straps, part number RRRTD55P. These heavy duty cam buckle straps are ideal for securing all types of kayaks, canoes, skis, snowboards, surfboards, or luggage bags. They can be used with your vehicle's roof rack, cargo tray, or cargo basket. You can even use them on your trailer or in your trunk bed. They have a safe working load limit of 165 pounds and a maximum load break strength of 496 pounds. The cam buckle features a rubber protector to guard your vehicle and your gear from scuffs and scratches. They're rust proof and UV protected.

You can pick up a second set to use as your balance stern tie-downs. It has a highly visible blue color so you can distinguish it from your other Rhino-Rack straps. It's made out of a durable polyester webbing, and it's fifteen-sixteenths of an inch wide. Now that we've got all of the features I'll go ahead and show you how to use them. We're going to be strapping down a kayak today. We've already got it loaded up with one strap in place. Let's go ahead and do the front one together.

It comes with a hook and loop keeper. This comes in handy when storing it. It also can prevent any tangles. Let's go ahead and undo the hook and loop keeper. Not it's eighteen feet long, so that's going to be more than enough to work with. Let's go ahead and toss it over.

I'm going to leave the buckle in on this side. On this side, I'm going to take my strap and feed it underneath my crossbar. Then I'm going to throw it back over to the other side. Back here on this side, in order to prevent any wind noise or any flapping in our strap, we're going to go ahead and twist it a few times. Then I'll feed it underneath the crossbar and then up through the buckle.

I want to make sure that the buckle is resting on the kayak. I'll push in on the tab here to open it up and then feed it through. Then I'm going to hold it in place and then pull it tight. Then we'll just bunch up our excess. We'll use the same hook and loop keeper to keep it all together. With both straps in place, our cargo is secure. We're ready to hit the road. And that's going to complete our look at the Rhino-Rack Cam Buckle Cinch Straps, part number RRRTD55P.


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