Winch Straps

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2-Sleeve
$1.99

2 1/2” Cordura Sleeve

4-Sleeve
$3.99

4” Cordura Sleeve

42509
$3.55

4” Rubber Corner Protector

.25” Thick
6” Wide
12” Long

42508NS
$14.95

6” wide nylon protector

A42444WFH-27
$9.00

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

A42444WFH-30
$10.00

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

A42444WFH-C
$9.00

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

A42444WH-27
$9.00

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

A42444WH-30
$10.00

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

A42444WH-C
$9.00

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

A42444FSN-C
$9.00

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

A42444TSN-C
$10.00

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

A42444SSN
$8.00

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

A42524-27
$15.95

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

A42524-30
$16.95

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

A42524-C
$16.00

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

A42524-FD
$9.00

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

A42453
$11.95

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

A42457
$12.95

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

A42519-27
$11.95

Hardware 22,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,400# BS

A42519-30
$12.95

Hardware 22,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,400# BS

A42453C
$19.25

Hardware 16,200# BS
Assembly WLL 5,400# BS

A42457C
$21.75

Hardware 16,200# BS
Assembly WLL 5,400# BS

A42558
$10.49

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

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A42468
$13.00

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

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A42468-Box
$109.95

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

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A42468
$10.00

Hardware 15,000# BS
Assembly WLL 5,000# BS

15’, 20’, 25’, 40’, 50’, 60’

A42468EP
$15.75

Hardware 16,200# BS
Assembly WLL 5,400# BS

A42472-27
$11.15

Hardware 20,000# BS
Assembly WLL – 5,670# BS

A42472-30
$11.50

Hardware 20,000# BS
Assembly WLL – 5,670# BS

Winch Straps


Winch Straps have become one of the most important pieces for cargo securement inside of the professional trucking industry. Winch Straps can also be known around the industry as Truck Winch Straps, Flatbed Straps, or Truck Tie Downs and are the most commonly used tie down strap for trucking fleets to use on Flatbed Trailers. No matter if you need a heavy duty winch strap or a winch strap with a hook we have exactly what you need to get the job done.

The normal length for Winch Straps is 27 feet and 30 feet long pieces of tie down webbing that will secure most average sized cargo pieces. However, sometimes a custom cargo load may require a custom sized winch strap in order to get the job done right. Truck Tie-Downs can be customized to fit just about any length of webbing such as 40’, 50’, 60’ or longer lengths depending on personal presences for an additional cost.

Lodi Metals has been manufacturing ratchet straps and other tie down straps for the shipping industry over the last 26 years. Our company has gathered the experience needed to create a custom made strap no matter what your load may desire to be fully secured.

No matter if you need a custom length of webbing, color, custom text on the webbing, or hardware to get the job done we have everything you need. You can contact our tie down experts for more information on our customization options by giving us a call at 800-807-5634.

Winch Straps are made from high-quality polyester tie down webbing that is made to stretch very little, this helps keep your load secured or coming loose. The polyester blend that is used in our tie down webbing is made from a blend that also helps to fight against UV rays from the sun that could cause sun damage or create weakening spots over time, as well as helping to prevent against mold and mildew.

When finding the perfect tie down strap it is extremely important to match the correct weight of your cargo with the correctly rated tie down straps. You want to always make sure that your cargo is secured with straps that will not break during shipping. Loads that are lost during transpiration can cost transportation companies millions every year in claims, lost customers, and settlements.

You will want to refer to the Working Load Limit (WLL) of each Winch Strap to determine if it will be strong enough to secure your load. A working load limit takes 1/3 of the breaking strength or ultimate point of failure for the tie down strap to be rated at. An example of this would be a 10,000-pound breaking strength would result in a 3,333 lb working load limit.

The main reason behind the working load limit being only 1/3 of the breaking strength is due to wiggle room to allow for hard braking, sudden lane changes, or other shifts in weight that could damage your load is secured. The most important rule to follow is never exceeding the straps Working Load Limit when you are transporting any kind of cargo whether it is extremely light or extremely heavy.

These ratings were put in place by the Department of Transportation (DOT) in order to keep you and other motorists safe. If you are unsure of which strap fits your application best our winch strap experts are here to help you find the perfect tie down strap. We can be reached either by using our online contact form or by giving a call directly by calling toll free at 800-807-5634 today.

Winch Accessories


Some of our Winch Strap accessories that go great with winch straps include our Cordura Sleeves that help to fight against friction that causes heat on your tie down webbing that can cause burn marks that can easily weaken your winch straps.

Cordura sleeves are made of a heavy-duty material that creates an extra level of protection for your winch straps webbing to make winch straps last longer. We also have a wide selection of different sizes of corner protectors that can be placed to help create securement points where the winch straps tie down webbing does not rub against a sharp metal edge on a flatbed trailer.

You can also find a wide selection of Rubber Corner Protectors that are .25 inch wide, 6 inches wide, and 12 inches long that can be placed on your tie down webbing to make a moveable into place securement point. This helps to fight against sharp edges, friction, heat spots, as well as a good practice to get the most out of your tie down straps for longer periods of time.

In the flatbed industry, the biggest threats to your tie down straps are wear and tear on tie down equipment due to the oversize loads or oddly shaped materials that may be hauled that the flatbed industry presents.

If at any point you are not certain with what works best for your flatbed you can call our flatbed experts at 800-807-5634 who are standing by and would be happy to assist you with any further product information or product suggestions. We thank you for the opportunity to help you with all of your professional shipping needs.

Winch Straps