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Rhino-Rack Eye Bolt Cam Buckle Cinch Straps Review

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Review of the Rhino-Rack Eye Bolt Cam Buckle Cinch Straps


Today we're going to take a look at the cam buckle straps from Rhino-Rack. Now these straps are going to be very tough and durable. They're going to help you secure your cargo while you're traveling down the road. Now we have them in use on our Pioneer rack with our eye-bolts from Rhino-Rack, but you can also use these for any other method you have of carrying your cargo. They're going to do a great job of making sure they stay put.The thick S-hooks are going to have a rubber coating all the way around, so when you hook it on, it's going to provide it with grip, and it's also not going to harm or scratch the finish of any of your cargo, if it's rubbing up against it.Now when loading your equipment, you do want to keep in mind that the safe working load limit for our straps is going to be 330 pounds. So as long as your cargo has a combined weight of under 330 pounds, you're going to be good to go.The straps are going to have durable polyester webbing construction, which is going to hold up great to all of the elements.

The metal buckle is going to have a thick rubber housing around it. It's going to help make sure it doesn't damage your cargo at all when it's rubbing up against it. And it's also going to protect the buckle, as well, if you we're to drop it on the ground.Your kit is going to come with two straps. Each strap has two different parts. The first part is going to be the shorter one that has the Cam buckle on it.

I always recommend putting this one as far to the outside as you can so you can access it a lot better. Then we're going to have our long strap right here, which goes through the cam buckle, and also has a hook on the other side. Together, they're going to be a combined length of 118 inches, so that's plenty of strap to be able to get your cargo secure.On the back side, I'm going to take my longer strap with the hook. I'm going to put it into my eye-bolt, and then toss the strap over to the other side. Now I just take my cam buckle and my strap and then feed my strap through, pull it all the way up, hook it in as I go, and then cinch it down.

Then we can just toss the excess over, and tie it off on the other side.Now overall, these straps are going to be very easy to use, and they're going to do a great job of making sure your cargo stays secure for your trip. Thank you all for watching. That's going to do it for our look at the cam buckle straps from Rhino-Rack.


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