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Replacement Tie Down Webbing
When you are in the need of those tough and proven tie downs the foundation starts with the high-quality tie-down webbing for those tough projects. Our webbing is incredibly durable for a variety of different loads. No matter if you are working with bulky and heavy projects, or if you are working with those small and unique shaped objects we have the tie-down webbing to get the job done right.
Our polyester and nylon webbing comes in many different colors and sizes to match your companies standard colors as well to fit in with different types of load needs. The tie down webbing straps is designed with you in mind to easily tie down with any ratchet or ring. These tie down straps are proven to last and keep you moving.
What is Tie Down Webbing?
Tie Down Webbing is the group of materials that Ratchet Straps, Cambuckle Straps, and Recovery Tow Straps are made out of. The material is usually made up of polyester or nylon.
Our 1” Tie Down Webbing comes in 1,500 lbs, 3,000 lbs, 6,600 lbs, and other break strengths. We also have a variety of different colors available including camo.
The 2” Tie Down Webbing comes in 6,000 lbs, 10,000 lbs, 12,000 lbs, and other break strengths. We have a variety of different colors available including camo, as well as some that have Edge Protection.
Our 3” & 4” Tie Down Webbing comes in 18,000 lbs, 20,000 lbs, and 24,000 lbs break strengths. Some webbing also has Edge Protection. These are our strongest webbings.
The Seatbelt Webbing comes in 6,000 lbs break strength. The weave of Seatbelt webbing is lighter in weight than regular polyester. It is 2” wide and works with most of our 2” hardware. We have a few different colors available.
Cordura Sleeves are made from Cordura Fabric which is a strong nylon fabric that is resistant to cutting and abrasion. Using these sleeves helps protect straps from sharp edges and prolongs the life of the webbing. We also sell sleeves made of other materials in this category.
WARNING: Do not ever exceed the working load limit of any strap at anytime. Remember the assembly is only as strong as its weakest link and should be inspected before every use.