Trust Your Vehicle Is Secure!
Simpson is well-known for keeping you safe in your car. Well, the same rings true for keeping your car safe and secure on the trailer.
These high strength ratcheting tie-downs are made of Simpson's 2-inch polyester webbing and feature high-strength snap hooks on both ends. The durable ratcheting buckle is super conveniant and easy to use, these tie-downs go on and off with just a few flicks of the wrist. Each tie-down measures 8-feet in total length and when combined with a Simpson axle strap will be more than enough to strap down any car on any trailer.
Simpson also offers an Axle Ratchet Tie-Down which shares the same specs as their Ratchet Tie-Down except it has an integral D-ring sewn into the sail strap. This allows you to wrap the sail strap around the axle or frame and clip the snap hook into the built-in D-ring. This strap is useful when long tie-down length is not needed.
Don't think going cheap is good enough when it comes to securing your big investment to your trailer and getting it to the track. Go with a name you can trust. Go Simpson!Features:
Axle Ratchet Tie-Down
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