Sujetador con trinquete

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Descripción del producto

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Los sujetadores con trinquete tejidos en nylon se usan para sujetar cargas durante su traslado para evitar desplazamientos o movimientos.

  • Sujetador y dispositivo de desbloqueo rápidos y eficientes
  • Longitud: 12 ft
  • Carga de trabajo de 800 lb
    Resistencia de ruptura de 2400 lb

Comentarios sobre el sujetador con trinquete (16)

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Janis M.

Recomienda este producto

Good straps. Perfect length and easy to use.

Arthur B.

The website was terrible. I wanted this added to my truck order - not a separate order shipped to my home after my move was done.

Brad L.

No hooks on one end - must loop back to ratchet only.

Eva B.

Recomienda este producto

Have not used them yet but they look like good ones


2 ordered, never received.

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Will this be long enough to fit around a California king sized bed that is being folded in half to move up stairs.. I understand that I will need more than 1.

–Jacquelyn Cook 3/6/2019 8:32:16 p. m.

Hello, Jacquelyn! We do not recommend using ratchet tie-downs around a mattress, as it will likely ruin the shape of the mattress. if you are attempting to move a mattress up stairs, we recommend something like the Mattress Mover carrying strap. I hope that is helpful!

–Savannah 3/14/2019 2:54:21 p. m.

How long is it?

–Therese Martin 7/16/2018 9:24:12 a. m.

Hi, Therese! Our ratchet tie-down is 12 feet long. Thanks for asking!

–Savannah 7/16/2018 9:35:40 a. m.

Do you have to rent the truck for 24hrs? Do you get a discount for using it for only a couple of hrs?

–Kevin Everett 8/14/2016 4:27:14 a. m.

Hey Kevin, please visit our Truck Rental homepage to get more information on renting a truck in your area!

–SAVANNAH 8/15/2016 9:21:24 a. m.

how do you release the strap after you have tightened it up on a box?

–Jean Davies 6/28/2016 10:35:04 a. m.

To release tension, open the ratchet then press the release lever.

–SAVANNAH 6/29/2016 7:55:30 a. m.

How do you secure objects inside your box trucks? Do your trucks have floor anchors? It looks like you might be able to attach a type o securement device to the walls? Is that something you can provide?

–Kevin 5/22/2015 6:58:26 a. m.

The U-Haul moving trucks are equipped with rub rails on all sides that secure and protect your belongings.

For more loading and securing information please visit the U-Haul truck user guide and moving tips pages linked below.

Truck User Instructions

–Joseph 5/26/2015 4:42:42 p. m.

Can I strap a pickup truck down with this strap?

–tony 10/20/2014 3:08:15 a. m.

"The RT Tie down can safely handle a maximum cargo weight of 800 lbs. (working load limit) and can accommodate unexpected forces up to 2,400 lbs. (break strength). If your pickup truck weighs more than 800 lbs, the RT tie down will not work, please select a tie down that has a working load limit exceeding the weight of your truck."

–Ronald 10/22/2014 10:14:10 a. m.

How do I loop the strap to the ratchet tie down?

–Rod murray 10/8/2014 5:40:10 a. m.

This is something that is very difficult to explain via text. I have two suggestions. Contact a local UHaul center and ask them to show you, or enter "ratchet tie down" in the YouTube search box. I checked YouTube and found videos that are extremely clear. If all fails, please call us at 1.866.277.6855. Thanks.

–Ronald 10/8/2014 8:30:38 a. m.

Is this a good option for tying down a mattress and box spring to the top luggage rack of an SUV? Is it long enough?

–Jack 12/23/2013 7:56:32 a. m.

It can handle it, just make sure you use a few of them spread out evenly.

–Stephen 12/26/2013 6:29:22 a. m.

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