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Review of SmartStraps Tie Down Straps - Trailer - Truck Bed - Cargo Carrier - Roof Rack - 348136

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SmartStraps Tie Down Straps - Trailer - Truck Bed - Cargo Carrier - Roof Rack - 348136 Review


Today we'll be taking a quick look at the SmartStraps cam buckle tie-down straps with S-hooks.These are going to make it easy to strap down any kind gear or cargo that you might have in your truck bed or your trailer, maybe on your cargo carrier on the back of your SUV, or really anywhere that you need to tie-down some stuff.These have a rubber coated S-hook, so it's going to keep that S-hook protected from the elements, making it a little more durable for all weather use, and also it's going to help to prevent any kind of scratches to your cargo carrier, or to your vehicle or any other tie-down point that you use this on.The strap itself is made of a smart web webbing, so it's going to be a little stronger and more abrasion resistant than your standard webbing. It's pretty sturdy and secure, it measures about 6' long by 1" wide. Has just a standard cam buckle release. It is spring loaded, so that makes it a little bit easier to use and holds pretty secure on that strap.You can use this to tie-down your ATV, UTV or boat. For trailering, you just want to make sure that you note the weight capacity with these. For each of our straps, they have a safe working load limit, or WLL, of 400 pounds.

And a maximum load, or a break strength, of 1,200 pounds. Now whenever you use these in conjunction or you use them together, it's going to up that weight capacity, of course, so if we use both of these, we're able to tie-down something that's 800 pounds and have a break strength of 2,400 pounds. So it's always a good idea to use two straps at once, that way you get the most out of it, and also just helps to keep everything a lot more secure since you'll have two points that are holding it down secure.The S-hook, let's take a few measurements of that just so you can see how big it will be. So from outside edge to outside edge, it's about 1 3/4" wide, or maybe an 1 5/8". The throat of it or the inside measurement is about 1" wide, so that's how much space you have inside that hook.

The thickness of the hook all the way around with the coating on there, it's about 5/16", so just over 1/4". And the length of that hook portion is about 1 1/2" long. Just to give you an idea of how big that is. The cam buckle, it's about 1 3/8" wide by about 2" long. So just a few references points for you there.Again, the strap measures 6' overall, so it should work out for most of your smaller cargo that you put in your cargo carrier or into your truck, anything like that.

And then the strap is 1" wide as you can see there. The stitching on either end of that S-hook is about 1" long, so that's going to help to reinforce that end where that hook would be.And that's going to do it for our look at the SmartStraps cam buckle tie-down straps with S-hooks.


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