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Retractable Ratchet Tie Down Strap

By Quickloader

Starting at $19.95

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This ratchet tie down strap is an update of traditional tie downs that makes loading and unloading easier and safer. It self-adjusts to keep tension so webbing won’t loosen and get tangled (or jammed), and it retracts for neater storage between jobs.

  • Materials: Galvanized steel & polyester webbing
  • Spring-loaded retractable webbing with built-in S-hooks. 4500 lbs. Breakstrength also has built-in D-rings
  • Heavy gauge & heat-treated galvanized steel for durability
  • Easy to ratchet and release
  • Prevents loose or tangled webbing
  • Keeps straps organized and easy to access
  • 1500 lbs. Breakstrength: Includes 12 ft of webbing, Work load limit: 500 lbs.
  • 4500 lbs. Breakstrength: Includes 15 ft of webbing, Work load limit: 1500 lbs.
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 1500 lbs. Breakstrength: 2.75" x 7.2" x 4.4"; 4500 lbs. Breakstrength: 3.2" x 8.8" x 5.4"
  • Weight: 1500 lbs. Breakstrength: 1.65 lbs.; 4500 lbs. Breakstrength: 3.3 lbs.

45 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Ratchet strap

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Was great to find them again. Awesome thing about them is they retract and you don’t have to mess with folding them up.

5

Love this product

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The easiest ratchet tie down I’ve ever used. I carry a scooting the Bach’s of my SUV and this tie down is very easy to use. Great product.

5

No more tangled straps!

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The racheting tie-down works great. There are no more tangled straps!

5

Great

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good product

5

Excellent

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best one I've ever bought

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The absolute neatest tie down strap we could find.

About Quickloader

Hands-Down Best Tie Down

If you’ve ever used a tie down, you probably know that there’s room for improvement with the traditional tool. Quickloader is just that. It’s a ratchet tie down strap that makes moving loads easier and safer thanks to its self-adjusting recoil feature.

When you tighten the straps, the locking mechanism provides an added measure of safety and prevents the webbing from coming loose. The extra-large steel handle gives hands a safer distance from the ratcheting mechanism, and gives you better leverage to crank it. When you’re done, Quickloader retracts the webbing to store neatly—no knots or tangles—for the next job.