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Old March 5th, 2007, 08:41 PM   #1
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Where is a good place to by vehicle rachet type tie downs? I've seen kits before with a carry bag given away at events...but don't know where to buy them. I would like to find a kit that also had the short axle stap with looped ends if possible.

We have a couple places around here that carry staps individually but are expensive. Looking for someplace online with the best prices......Thanks

Also, what size strap is should I be looking for 2" 3", 4"?
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I think theyre called MAc Custom tie downs..
Here's the link..
http://www.genuinehotrod.com/PartDetail.asp?PGId=482
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thanks Jim

never notice larger ones there....just the small cargo type tie downs.

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Tsc For Tie Downs

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Old March 6th, 2007, 07:58 AM   #6
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Places liek the Depot, or TSC, they do have them, usually 'Keeper' brand in a 2 pack. They are 2" webbing x 25 ft long.

I keep two long, and cut the other two down to about 8 ft or so.

If you have a trailer shop nearby, visit them and get some nylon axle slings, which make it easier to tie down and save your strap life.
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Places liek the Depot, or TSC, they do have them, usually 'Keeper' brand in a 2 pack. They are 2" webbing x 25 ft long.

I keep two long, and cut the other two down to about 8 ft or so.

If you have a trailer shop nearby, visit them and get some nylon axle slings, which make it easier to tie down and save your strap life.
Ditto. I have never had any problems with them.

And the slings:

http://www.genuinehotrod.com/SearchR...=565-asa-100-b

They also have the fancy bag with tie downs and a pretty bag to keep them in.
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Ditto. I have never had any problems with them.

And the slings:

http://www.genuinehotrod.com/SearchR...=565-asa-100-b

They also have the fancy bag with tie downs and a pretty bag to keep them in.

I use chains and binders, but I think I might have to get a few of these axle straps.....they look like they would work great
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EBAY also has a lot of straps




THIS looks pretty sweet, kinda pricey though

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Summit racing has good prices on them.
Plus free shipping I think.
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Ditto. I have never had any problems with them.

And the slings:

http://www.genuinehotrod.com/SearchR...=565-asa-100-b

They also have the fancy bag with tie downs and a pretty bag to keep them in.


I THINK I GOT MY AXLE STRAPS AT TSC TOO
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http://www.awdirect.com/catalog.cfm?...linkon=section

http://www.take3trailers.com/eshop/p...ageHistory=cat
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I use these:



They have the axle loop built into the strap.

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Summit racing has good prices on them.
Plus free shipping I think.
genuine hot rod is now part of Summit.
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I use these:



They have the axle loop built into the strap.
Kevin I found some of those on the net last night...I like those with the built in axle loop. I found a set of four for $77. I might get those.
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I found a set of four for $77. I might get those.
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Local trailer place sells them for $35 each!
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http://www.macscustomtiedowns.com/Sc...?idproduct=169

another link for MAC's
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i got some from wal mart that work great ! as noted before theyre a little long though.. we just tie the excess off somewhere.. But if u shorten them run a lighter along the end to "'melt" it and keep it from Fraying on you...
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Kevin I found some of those on the net last night...I like those with the built in axle loop. I found a set of four for $77. I might get those.
Do you have a link for the straps you found?
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