Ratchet Straps

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A41996HS
$4.50

Bundle contains a pair of 2 Straps
Choose Length and Color

A41996AS-DR
$7.75

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

A41996AS
$7.00

Choose Your Length
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

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

3100053
$10.25

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 915 lbs WLL

A41984TRL
$14.50

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

A419773
$5.15

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42115Camo
$5.35

Ratchet 3,300 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42157Camo
$7.95

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42157-4
$31.75

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
PACK OF 4

A42177SH
$4.80

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42177SH-Camo
$5.65

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42177SH15-Camo
$5.95

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42340-SL
$12.95

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

A42168-SHL
$12.50

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

A42168-DRL
$13.50

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

A42177WH-Camo
$5.50

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

3100047
$4.95

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

3100051
$6.15

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

3100056
$7.95

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

3100091
$6.50

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A41969RWH
$6.95

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

A41969LD
$4.95

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42340HBS
$31.95

SET of Motorcycle Straps
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A41969WH
$5.95

Webbing 3,000 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42340U
$5.25

Ratchet 1,500 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A42340
$5.60

Ratchet 3,300 lbs BS
Assembly 833 lbs WLL

A42340L
$6.35

Ratchet 3,300 lbs BS
Assembly 500 lbs WLL

A41964R
$7.95

Webbing 6,600 lbs BS
Assembly 1,100 lbs WLL

Ratchet Straps for Cargo Securement Applications


Ratchet Straps are commonly used in the cargo securement industry for a wide variety of securement applications such as ATVs, UTVs, motorcycles, vehicle securement, cargo in the bed of a pickup truck, inside enclosed trailers, and even for the professional trucking industry for securing some of the heaviest cargo on the road. All of our Ratchet Straps are made from high-quality and durable materials that begin the manufacturing process with polyester webbing that is great out in the elements against UV light from the sun, moisture, and very little stretching to ensure your cargo remains in place during the next move.

As safety is the number one priority for securing cargo we make sure that all of our tie-down products include an easily visible Working Load Limit (WLL) tag on each of our ratchet straps so you know exactly what your straps are safely rated for to provide you peace of mind. Ratchet Straps MUST have a working load limit in order to provide proper safety and follow the Department of Transportations’ general guidelines for cargo securement.

At Lodi Metals we manufacture and assemble some of the highest quality ratchet straps available on the market for a wide range of various securement applications of different sizes of webbing, working load limits, and securement application needs. No matter if you are looking for a ratchet strap for a treestand, professional trucking application, professional movers, or everyday around-house securement applications we have you covered. We are one of the industry leaders in creating custom ratchet straps for securement applications that may not always fit a one-size strap. If you need a custom strap for your custom securement application needs give our experts a call today for pricing and availability at 800-807-5634.

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.

How to Choose a Working Load Limit


Depending on the weight of your cargo you may be required to use anything from a 1-inch, 2-inch, or 4-inch Ratchet Strap. This will ultimately depend on the Working Load Limit that is required to keep your cargo safe in place while going down the roadways.

Working Load Limits are determined by 1/3 of the breaking strength and are used to compensate for the unknown that could happen on the roadways such as a sudden brake, lane change, sharp turn, or if a strap were to fail that your cargo would still remain safe. An example of a working load limit would be a 10,000-pound webbing breaking strength that would safely provide a working load limit for the webbing at 3,333 lbs. This is done through the use of safety factors and fail-safes that are put in place by the Department of Transportation (DOT) general guidelines to keep you and other motorists safe.

You may also see on our website something called an Assembly Working Load Limit. Ratchet Straps and other Tie Down Straps are only as strong as the weakest link of the strap before failure. Assembly Working Load Limits are an easy way to determine the strap’s combination working load limit once assembled or manufactured. It is extremely important that you always factor in when you are transporting cargo that if a strap were to break would you still remain safe?

If you have any questions on the working load limit or any of our straps our experts would be happy to assist you further by giving us a call at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of our website.

The Different Sizes of Ratchet Straps for Cargo Securement


1 inch Ratchet Straps


1-inch Ratchet Straps are used for lighter-weight and lighter-duty securement applications such as dirtbikes, lawnmowers, cargo in the back of a pickup truck bed, on pickup trailers, and around-the-house securement applications. 1-inch Ratchet Straps are lighter in weight and size making it extremely easy to move the straps around and store them in-between uses. No matter if you are looking for a light-duty, standard duty, or heavy-duty 1-inch ratchet strap we have various different working load limits in order to keep you on the road and your cargo secured safely for one affordable price.

Our heavy-duty 1-inch Ratchet Straps have the heaviest 1-inch tie-down webbing on the market featuring a 6,600 lbs breaking strength for the ultimate durability, strength, and added safety for your next securement. Some of our popular 1-inch Ratchet Straps include our 1-inch Custom Axle Straps with D rings 1-inch Endless Loop Ratchet Straps, 1-inch Motorcycle Handlebar Strap, and our 1-inch CAMO Ratchet Strap with S Hooks to name a few.

Customize your 1-inch Ratchet Straps to your application needs by selecting the length of webbing, the color of webbing, the strength of webbing, ratchet hardware of choice, and end fittings such as D Rings, Endless Loops, Snap Hooks, and Wire Hooks to name a few of our many options. Don’t see an option online to make it the perfect strap? Give our team a call at 800-807-5634 for pricing and ratchet strap customization capabilities today!

2 inch Ratchet Straps


2-inch Ratchet Straps is used for securement applications such as enclosed trailers, dry vans, and e-track systems, vehicle securement, UTVs, ATVs, Flatbed Trailers, and more! These straps are the most commonly thought of the size of ratchet straps and are used for various light duty and heavy duty cargo control securement applications. Made from 2-inch wide polyester webbing that is resistant to water, UV rays from the sun, and mold and mildew while being outside in the elements. We have several different 2-inch wide polyester webbings that are used to make ratchet straps such as our 6,000 lbs, 10,000 lbs, and our heaviest duty 12,000 lbs breaking strength that is used for heavy-duty cargo securement.

Our 2-inch Ratchet Straps can be made completely custom to fit your securement needs with webbing of choice, end fittings, ratchet hardware, e-track fittings, and any length of webbing your application needs. We also have a wide variety of end-fitting hardware such as Wire Hooks, Flat hooks, Snap Hooks, Endless Loop, and Chain and Hook to name a few of the endless combinations of 2-inch ratchet straps.

As a leading manufacturer of tie-down straps in the United States, if you don’t see the perfect strap or strap combination odds are we can custom make the perfect custom ratchet strap for you. To learn more about our customization capabilities and pricing please give our ratchet strap experts a call at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website.

3 inch Ratchet Straps


3-inch Ratchet Straps is one of the heaviest duty ratchet straps we offer for the transportation industry. These straps are used mainly on flatbed trailers as the ratchet hardware alone on these ratchet straps weighs over 8 lbs and should never be used for around-the-house securement applications. 3-inch Ratchet Straps are designed to last and provide cargo securement for some of the heaviest loads on the roadways without issue.

Our 3-inch Ratchet Straps feature a 5,400 lbs assembly working load limit and the webbing is designed to have an 18,000 lbs breaking strength as the webbing is normally the first part of the strap to fail. We have the capabilities to custom make these straps to the perfect length, hardware, or other custom specifications in-house. If you don’t see exactly what you are looking for give our team a call at 800-807-5634 today!

4 inch Ratchet Straps


4-inch Ratchet Straps are made from our heaviest duty 4-inch wide polyester webbing and our heaviest duty ratchet hardware. This helps ensure that some of the heaviest cargo on the roadways remain in place while going down the road to its next destination across town or a thousand miles away. Choose between our popular end-fitting combinations such as our Chain and Hooks, Delta Rings, Flat Hooks, and Wire Hooks for your next securement.

As one of the leading manufacturers of Ratchet Straps if you don’t see the exact length you are looking for odds are we can custom make the straps to the perfect length of webbing for an additional price. if you are interested in learning more about our customization options for our 4-inch ratchet straps give our team a call at 800-807-5634 to learn more!

Motorcycle & ATV Securement Ratchet Straps


Motorcycle and ATV securement using Ratchet Straps is one of the best ways to ensure that your sweet ride for road use or offroad use arrives safely at the next destination. Our Ratchet Straps feature some of the heaviest-duty and highest working load limits inside of the industry to help ensure your ride arrives at the next destination in the same condition that it was loaded. We have numerous different ratchet straps for motorcycle, ATV, and UTV securement applications in our online store that cater to a wide variety of different securement needs, as well as working load limits to accommodate a wide range of working load limits to keep you safe.

Replacement Ratchet Straps


Replacement Ratchet Straps are a great way to save money while in the process becoming a lot safer. Ratchet Straps traditionally have two parts one being a short end and the other being a long end of the strap. The short end traditionally is the side that has the ratchet hardware on and is much shorter than the longer end of the strap.

When ratchet straps become damaged they normally are able to save one side of the strap in most cases. As being one of the leading manufacturers of ratchet straps we can re-make the side of the strap that has become damaged in order to make a “like new” condition ratchet strap for a fraction of the price.