Car Tie Down Straps

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A42101RJH
$29.95

Webbing—12,000# Breaking Strength / 3,335# WLL
Ratchets w/Swivel J-Hooks—10,000# Breaking Strength

A42170
$8.25

2” x 24” is our standard length but we can customize length and color upon request. Call 800-807-5634 to customize your axle strap today.

Available Colors: Yellow, Blue, Orange, Red, Black, Olive Drab, White, Camo

A42170-HD
$9.75

2” x 24” is our standard length but we can customize length and color upon request. Call 800-807-5634 to customize your axle strap today.

Available Colors: Yellow, Blue, Orange, Red, Black, Olive Drab, Camo, White

A41958ASH
$18.50


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit

Available at 8’, 10’, and 12’

A41958AWH
$16.50


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit

Available at 8’, 10’, and 12’

A42480ATCH
$20.50


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit

A42480C
$22.50


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit

Available at 6’, 8’, 10’, and 12’

30024
$2.00

Used for 2” straps on over the wheel tie down straps for protection and securement

A41952LS-4
$60.00


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit or 2,000# if ratchet with snap hook is selected

A41952LS
$16.00


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit or 2,000# if ratchet with snap hook is selected

A42480S
$73.00


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 3,335# Working Load Limit

A42480
$22.50


Web 12,000# Breaking Strength
Assembly 1,367# Working Load Limit

The auto tie-down strap is used with trailers that accepts
the RTJ type hooks.

A41939WTSH
$15.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

$10.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

$10.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

A41939WATH
$14.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

$12.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

$11.00

Webbing 12,000# Break Strength
Hardware 10,000# Break Strength
Assembly 3,335# Work Load Limit

32033AFH
$9.00

11,000 lbs BS
3,335 lbs WLL

32033SJ
$9.50

11,000 lbs BS
3,335 lbs WLL

A30001
$8.75

6,000 lbs BS
2,000 lbs WLL

A30010
$17.95

11,000 lbs BS
3,335 lbs WLL
14” Chain Extension

A30008
$18.95

11,000 lbs BS
3,335 lbs WLL
14” Chain Extension w/Grab Hook

A42444RFH
$12.00

Hardware 10,000# BS
Webbing 12,000# BS
Assembly 3,335# BS

A42444R
$6.75

Hardware 10,000# BS
Assembly WLL 3,335# BS

A42126W
$12.00

Hardware 10,000# BS
Assembly WLL 3,335# BS

A42444SEWH
$6.75

Hardware 10,000# BS
Assembly WLL 3,335# BS

A42444DRGH
$13.50

Web 12,000# BS
Assembly WLL 3,335# BS

Choose your length and color

2-Sleeve
$1.99

2 1/2” Cordura Sleeve

90019PK
$89.95

6” Openings
2” Webbing

Car Tie Down Straps


Car Tie Down Straps can have numerous different securement methods depending on your vehicles size and weight and based off of personal preference of securing. The one thing that should always be followed when securing vehicles for transpiration no matter what method of securement you choose is making sure you always utilize four different securement points to balance the load out equally while providing different areas for extra layers of protection.

This not only helps to keep your vehicle safe during transportation but also helps you follow the Department of Transportation (DOT) industry standards to keep you and other motorists safe. This is done through the use of a Working Load Limit (WLL) that takes the ultimate strength before breaking and divides it by a third. This creates a safety net to allow for every one you share the roads with to remain safe and your cargo to remain secure.

Extra layers of protections can provide a fail-safe or in other words, if something were to happen such as a sudden jerk forward form a hard brake or a sudden lane change that may swing your trailer in a different direction the car remains safe on the trailer. Transporting vehicles in the automotive industry can be difficult at times due to the numerous different makes and models of cars that vary in weight depending on customization options. The number one thing that you can do to be secure when finding the perfect car tie down straps is by knowing the weight of your vehicle.

Knowing the weight of your vehicle allows you to find the Working Load Limit (WLL) that fits the weight of your car. The Working Load Limit is found by taking the ultimate breaking strength before breaking and dividing that number by one-third. An example of a working load limit being determined would be a 10,000 lb breaking strength providing a 3,333 lb working load limit. This allows for errors to be made such as the force that may not be able to be calculated such as sudden turns, stops, jerks, or if a strap was to fail during transportation your vehicle would remain safe.

Axle Straps


Axle Straps are one of the most popular types of Car Tie Down Straps and are used to wrap around the axle of the motor vehicle. This is done through the use of tie down hardware such as a D Ring that is secured with the use of a Ratchet. This creates a great well-rounded weight distribution securement by using four of our axle straps that are made to be durable and provide a Cordura Sleeve that protects against rubbing or cuts that could damage your car tie downs.

Cuts on your tie-down straps not only can lead to your cargo becoming damaged, but it can also create a safety issue for other motorists on the road from falling debris. No matter if the debris is small or large in size they pose a large danger for those around the debris as they can cause sudden braking, sudden lane changes, or direct impact. This is why it is crucial to always inspect your tie down straps before using them and after using them.

A quick inspection can help to determine if the car tie downs you are using are safe to use or will need a replacement. It is extremely important that if you find any visible defects such as loose tie down webbing, cuts, tears, sun damage, or any mold or mildew that you replace the tie down straps immediately as the strength of the straps may have become weakened. If you have any questions if your straps are safe to use or not, you can use our contact form at the top of our websites and our experts would be happy to quickly inspect your tie downs for you.

Wheel Tie Down Nets


We also have a wide selection of different wheel tie down straps that are some of the most commonly used and trusted straps in the automotive industry. Wheel Nets wrap around the wheel of the vehicle and provide a great securement through the use of four-wheel nets that are secured using Ratchets to keep the vehicle tied down during transport. This has become one of the safest methods of keeping all major vehicle brands secured during transport through those who use them.

Wheel Nets are by far some of the most popular automotive tie downs that we sell every year. Wheel nets are somewhat adjustable making for a great way to secure multiple sizes such as smaller wheels and larger wheels as well. Wheel Nets are made from a heavy duty polyester tie down webbing that helps to prevent against damage from the suns rays. Tie Down webbing can become weakened from receiving sun damage from UV rays that weaken the tie down webbing over time.

Not only is this great to keep your wheel nets lasting, but also helps to fight against stretching that could make your vehicles securement not safe causing damage. Polyester Tie Down Webbing Blend is made to help provide a minimum amount of stretching that ensures safety in your tie downs. Other types of tie down webbing such as Nylon which stretches more is great in applications such as towing. Towing Applications can use the stretching to help prevent damage to the vehicles being towed or pulled out if they become stuck.

Replacement Car Tie Downs


Although tie down straps are incredibly durable and are made to last with safety in mind, they do have a lifespan on the straps depending on the amount of use. Most tie down straps last between 2-5 years on average, but due to circumstances such as sharp edges creating friction or weakening webbing over time they will need to be replaced at some point. One of the leading causes of failures in tie-down straps by far is moisture that can create mold or mildew that can damage or destroy your tie downs.

This is why having the option to purchase Replacement Car Tie Downs is such a great tool. You can simply replace the tie down webbing that is bad by purchasing a replacement part that fits your damage part essentially creating a like new tie down strap. This not only can save you money, but it can also help you greatly expand the lifespan of your tie downs by only buying the damaged part that needs to be replaced.

If you have any questions regarding any of our tie down straps or car tie down straps please contact our experts by calling us at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact form located at the top of the website. We would be more than happy to help answer any questions you have or help you find the perfect car tie down strap for your application. Before we will be able to assist you further we will need a little more information such as the weight of the vehicle you intend on transporting as we want to find a strap that is strong enough to get the job done by using a Working Load Limit (WLL). We look forward to being able to help you with your car transportation needs.

Car Tie Down Straps