4" Heavy Duty Winch Straps with Flat Hooks

Strong enough to tie down large, challenging loads securely to your winch-equipped flatbed or step deck trailer, these 4" wide winch straps have a break strength of 15,000 lbs and a working load limit of 5,000 lbs. The steel flat hook ends are galvanized to prevent rusting, and the straps are made of durable nylon with heat seared ends to prevent fraying. Each strap is available with or without the working load limit printed on them.

  • Break strength of 15,000 lbs with working load limit of 5,000 lbs
  • Heat seared ends prevent fraying
  • Heavy duty zinc-coated steel flat hook
  • Available with the working load limit printed on the strap
$18.99
4in-Truck-Winch-Flat-WLL
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1 Year Warranty

Summary

Cargo tie-down strap that is designed to provide strength and durability when securing loads to flatbed or step deck trailers. The heavy duty winch strap has flat hook hardware on the end made of zinc coated steel. The flat hook heavy duty winch strap has 4" wide webbing and is 30' long with a 5,000 lbs Working Load Limit and a 15,000 lbs Breaking Strength.

Detail

With 4" wide webbing and at 30' long, the flat hook heavy duty winch strap is strong enough to tie down large, challenging loads securely to flatbed or step deck trailers that have winches installed. The flat hook cargo tie-down strap uses a heavy duty, zinc-coated steel flat hook to attach to the trailer. The heavy duty winch strap with flat hook has yellow nylon webbing that has been heat seared at the ends to prevent it from becoming tattered and unraveled. Rated for 5,000 lbs Working Load / 15,000 lbs Break Strength. Includes a one year manufacturer's warranty against defects.

30'
4"
5,000 lbs
15,000 lbs
6 lbs

Product Features

  • 4" wide durable, yellow nylon webbing
  • Heavy duty, zinc-coated steel flat hook
  • Nylon webbing has heat seared ends to prevent fraying
  • Designed for securing loads on flatbed and step deck trailers
  • 1 year manufacturer's warranty against defects

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