Precision-Designed Tire Straps for Durable Stability
What is the tire fastening straps?
Tire fastening straps, also known as tire straps or wheel straps, are specialized straps designed for securing tires or wheels to a vehicle or a transport platform. These straps are commonly used in the transportation and logistics industry to secure vehicles, such as cars, motorcycles, or ATVs, onto trailers, flatbed trucks, or other transport vehicles.
Tire Straps Details
Tire fastening Straps Type:
Ratchet tie down with 3 wire J hook and rubber blocks
Ratchet tire straps with swivel J hook and proctitive belt
Replacement over the tire straps w/2 swivel hook
Tire Towing Straps Features:
DURABLE POLYESTER WEBBING: Our wheel tie down straps are made of durable polyester webbing. Polyester webbing barely stretches at all under heavy loads, it resists taking damage from scrapes or cuts, and water slides right off it--so mildew can’t grow and ruin it.
CORROSION-RESISTANT RATCHET AND Hooks: Our ratcheting mechanism and hooks are plated with gold chromate, so the heavy-duty steel won’t rust or take damage from other metals.
THREE SWIVEL Wire or J-HOOK END FITTINGS: J-hooks are compatible with any flat anchor points, including tie-plates, shackles, or stake pockets on the side of a trailer bed. They can also be compatible with an L-Track anchor system if you incorporate a flat-hook receiver. Our flat hooks are made from heavy duty steel and and sustain a high working load limit.
LONG RATCHETING HANDLE: The long ratcheting handle gives you more leverage than shorter handles, so it’s easier to reach the degree of tension you want. More tension with less force.
SLIDING RUBBER BLOCKS INCLUDED: The rubber blocks help you place your strap properly, and they’re textured to fit into the grooves on the tire.
How to use the tire straps?
1. Secure the J hook nearest to the ratchet handle to the anchoring point closest to the side of the tire
2. Pull the strap over the tread of the tire. Use the rubber blocks to position it correctly.
3. Line everything up so the strap is centered. No part of the strap can be twisted or loose.
4. Connect the other two hooks on the strap to the anchor points, one at the base of the tire and the other out.
5. Ratchet the strap by pumping the handle until its completely tight.
Other Ratchet straps available
|Model of Ratchet strap ||Width of webbing(mm) ||Loading capacity(kg) ||Assembly MBS(kg) ||Webbing MBS (kg) |
|TL25-040 ||25 ||400 ||800 ||1200/1000 |
|TL25-050 ||25 ||500 ||1000 ||1500/1250 |
|TL35-075 ||35 ||750 ||1500 ||2250/1875 |
|TL35-100 ||35 ||1000 ||2000 ||3000/2500 |
|TL35-150 ||35 ||1500 ||3000 ||4500/3750 |
|TL50-200 ||50 ||2000 ||4000 ||6000/5000 |
|TL50-250 ||50 ||2500 ||5000 ||7500/6300 |
|TL75-350 ||75 ||3500 ||7000 ||10500/8750 |
|TL100-500 ||100 ||5000 ||10000 ||15000/12500 |