Soga con sujetadores

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Nuestra soga con sujetadores es esencial para asegurar artículos y evitar el movimiento y/o daño de los mismos cuando se colocan en la parte trasera de un camión, remolque o van.

  • Fabricado con nylon y fibras de poliéster
  • Prueba de resistencia de 450 lb
  • Largo: 3/16 in x 50 ft

Comentarios (31)


4 de 5 estrellas con 31 comentarios

Anonymous customer
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Recommends this product

Good for easy tie downs - thick enough but not too thick so knots are easy

Ryan H.
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I already moved so I never got these. I asked for a refund before you shipped them because you took so long. Please give me my money back.

Margaret P.
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Recommends this product

We haven't used it yet but it looks to be strong enough for our needs

Ynes
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Recommends this product

Excellent for securing large plastic tubs

Janis M.
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Recommends this product

Ended up not using it, but seems like a good rope

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The rope I got last year was 100% polyester. This now shows made with nylon/polyester fibers. The 100% polyester didn't have much stretching at all. Does this new version stretch?

–JB 1/13/2021 9:49:54 AM

Hello JB, There is very little stretch in these ropes. Thanks for your question.

–Frank 1/14/2021 6:04:14 AM

How many feet of rope should I purchase to secure a 13' x 7'-9"" x 8' load of mostly boxes and approximately 1 small apartment's worth of furniture? Thx.

–Ang 6/4/2014 6:34:52 AM

This would actually depend on how well you decide to secure the boxes. However, I would estimate (estimate only) ..... 5-6 each of this particular product.

–Ronald 6/4/2014 8:26:05 AM

Product Description

Part Number:
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Our tie-down rope is essential for securing items to prevent movement and/or damage while your items are in the back of a truck, trailer or van.

  • Manufactured from nylon and polyester fibers
  • 450 lbs. test strength
  • Length: 3/16” x 50’

Tie Down Rope Reviews (31)


4 out of 5 stars with 31 reviews

Anonymous customer
Rating:

Recommends this product

Good for easy tie downs - thick enough but not too thick so knots are easy

Ryan H.
Rating:

I already moved so I never got these. I asked for a refund before you shipped them because you took so long. Please give me my money back.

Margaret P.
Rating:

Recommends this product

We haven't used it yet but it looks to be strong enough for our needs

Ynes
Rating:

Recommends this product

Excellent for securing large plastic tubs

Janis M.
Rating:

Recommends this product

Ended up not using it, but seems like a good rope

  • 1
  • 2
  • 5

Questions & Answers (2)

To view an answer to a question, simply click on the question. To post a new question, click on the "Ask a question" button below.

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*All questions are reviewed and approved before being posted or answered.
Please keep all questions appropriate and related to the product.

The rope I got last year was 100% polyester. This now shows made with nylon/polyester fibers. The 100% polyester didn't have much stretching at all. Does this new version stretch?

–JB 1/13/2021 9:49:54 AM

Hello JB, There is very little stretch in these ropes. Thanks for your question.

–Frank 1/14/2021 6:04:14 AM

How many feet of rope should I purchase to secure a 13' x 7'-9"" x 8' load of mostly boxes and approximately 1 small apartment's worth of furniture? Thx.

–Ang 6/4/2014 6:34:52 AM

This would actually depend on how well you decide to secure the boxes. However, I would estimate (estimate only) ..... 5-6 each of this particular product.

–Ronald 6/4/2014 8:26:05 AM

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