2 inch Ratchet Straps

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A42480ATCH
$21.75

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42480S
$83.00

4 Axle, 4 Ratchet Straps
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A41984TRL
$14.50

Webbing 12,000 lbs Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335 lbs Working Load Limit

A42478E
$10.50

Dual Fittings on Fixed End
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A421345
$11.75

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 2,000 lbs WLL

A42478HD
$10.45

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42478NFE
$11.75

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42425HD
$8.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42461T
$9.75

Webbing 6,000 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42461W
$9.75

Wire Hooks 2,500 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42111WH
$10.95

Wire Hooks 5,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42444-NFH
$9.75

Flat Hooks 6,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42444-HDNFH
$11.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 2,000 lbs WLL

A42425L
$7.25

Webbing 6,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42461RSH
$8.95

Webbing 6,000 lbs BS
Assembly 915 lbs WLL

A42461HDSH
$9.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 915 lbs WLL

A4211JHDR
$10.75

Webbing 6,000 lbs BS
Assembly 1,466 lbs WLL

A42444USA
$16.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

3200102
$14.75

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

3200105
$15.25

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42444RFH
$14.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

3200103
$14.75

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

3200139
$15.25

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42126W
$14.95

Ratchet 11,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42477-CAMO
$15.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42477-RHWH
$15.95

Wire Hooks 10,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42444TSH
$15.25

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42444HDSH
$14.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

A42444FSH
$12.95

Webbing 12,000 lbs BS
Assembly 2,000 lbs WLL

A42444DRGH
$16.50

Hooks 10,000 lbs BS
Assembly 3,335 lbs WLL

2 inch Ratchet Straps for Cargo Securement


Two-inch Ratchet Straps are the most commonly used size straps for cargo securement applications for various applications such as moving vans, enclosed trailers, dry vans, pickup trailers, pickup beds, and automotive securement applications to name a few. At Lodi Metals we have the capabilities and knowledge to custom make just about any ratchet strap that you could imagine. No matter if you need a custom length, stenciled company name, or a custom combination out of our selection we can make almost any ratchet strap that is required. If you are interested in learning more about our customization options, as well as pricing give our experts a call at 800-807-5634 today!

Our 2-inch Ratchet Straps start with our 2-inch-wide polyester webbing with several different lengths of strength such as our lighter duty 6,000 lbs breaking strength, 10,000 lbs breaking strength standard duty breaking strength, and our heaviest duty 12,000 lbs breaking strength webbing. Polyester is designed to provide great amounts of strength while stretching very little to keep your cargo seated in place during a move. Movement during transport can cause cargo to slide out of place and cause damage to the load or other motorists on the roadways so it is always crucial to purchase reputable straps and follow Working Load Limit (WLL) safety guidelines.

We have a wide assortment of different ratchet hardware and end fittings to accommodate a wide variety of different securement application needs no matter if you are using it for your next off-road trip or to arrive safely at the customer’s location. All of our 2-inch ratchet straps include a Working Load Limit tag on the straps so you know precisely what the straps are safely rated for while following Department of Transportation safety guidelines for cargo securement.

How to Tighten a Ratchet Strap Instructions


1). From the bottom of the ratchet hardware thread webbing from the center spool of the ratchet hardware. Pull webbing through in order to remove the excess slack
2). Next, begin cranking the ratchet handle to the desired tightness. Be careful not to overtighten or not tighten your cargo enough you ideally want to remove the slack and crank the ratchet handle 2-3 additional times to prevent overtightening.
3). Once the excess slack in the webbing is removed and the desired strength is reached ensure the ratchet hardware handle is completely closed to make sure your cargo does not become unsecured.



How to Release a Ratchet Strap Instructions


1). Open Ratchet Hardware until it is completely flat, grab webbing from the nonfixed side and pull to release the webbing.
2). Pull the ratchet release mechanism to close the ratchet hardware in-between securing.
3). Next, roll the strap to keep it neatly organized and place it into a dry location that is away from moisture such as a cabinet, storage bin, ziplock bag, or duffle bag to keep it safe for the next use.

2 inch Ratchet Straps