HD Ratcheting Straps With Carabiner Hooks

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Gorilla Dirt Ratcheting Straps with carabiner ends & 1900lbs break strength. Overland tested. Adventure ready.

The end of these ratcheting straps has a steel carabiner hook to make it dumb-easy to attach, ratchet down and forget it.

These straps are 1″ x 96″ and have a 1200 lbs break strength, keeping all your gear in place and not all over the trail. Strap down gear on your racks, truck bed, or wherever you stow your gear. Not only will these straps keep your gear secure but with our Gorilla Dirt orange-on-black colors you’ll stand out as one dirty adventurer!

Tested on the trails of California, these straps are 1″ x 96″ and have a 1900 lbs break strength, keeping all your gear in place and not all over the trail. Strap down gear on your racks, truck bed, or wherever you stow your gear. Not only will these straps keep your gear secure but with our Gorilla Dirt orange-on-black colors you’ll stand out as one dirty adventurer! Ratchet them down as tight as you need.

Features

  • 100% High Tenacity Polyester straps
  • 2-Pack or 4-Pack
  • Steel ratcheting mechanism and carabiner hooks with black e-coating protection
  • 1″ wide
  • 96″ long
  • 1900 lbs break strength

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2 Pack, 4 Pack

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    Is there an easy way to release the ratchet when it is tightened down? It appears to be two releases that have to be activated simultaneously...It's quite a challenge when the strap is under tension...or am I missing something? Is there an easier way? (I hope)
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    Q Is there an easy way to release the ratchet when it is tightened down? It appears to be two relea...... Read more answer now
    Asked by Greg S Saunders on October 29, 2023 4:44 pm
    From Gorilla Dirt Hello! Like most ratcheting straps, pull back the release lever to disengage it from the gear teeth and extend the handle open all the way. This will pop it loose and you can pull the strap free.   If you over-tighten or get some of the strap caught in the gear teeth, you might need to figure out a way to release even the slightest tension with whatever you have it attached to in order to get the handle to disengage entirely. You definitely don't want to over-tight a ratcheting strap as it can create a headache to release. Ratcheting straps are meant to essentially lock in place to keep the straps from loosening while holding the load. Our straps are no different. They will hold as tight as you ratchet them down.