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Single 4" x 40' Heavy-Duty Ratchet Strap with J-Hooks

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Key Features:

  • Universal double wire J-hooks
  • Weather resistant nylon webbing
  • Zinc coated hardware for longevity

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Number of Items:
1 Pack
Break Strength:
15,000 lbs.
Work Load Limit:
5,000 lbs.
Weight per Unit:
18 lbs.
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Strap down truck, trailer, rail car or other cargo carrier loads with confidence. Our industrial grade 40'L x 4" wide J-hook ratchet strap has a 15,000 lb. break strength. The yellow nylon webbing strap is weather resistant, and steel double wire J-hooks and ratchet are coated in zinc for longevity.

Confidently strap down your next step deck or flat bed trailer load with the 4" wide x 40' long Ratchet Straps. Manufactured from strong nylon webbing, the yellow strap has a wide 4" width and an extra long 40' length. With steel "J" Hook ends, the 4" truck straps also include a heavy duty steel ratchet. The ratchet's large handle provides essential leverage when tightening down loads reducing stress on the arm and can be operated with work gloves. The J-Hooks have a 1-3/8" opening that will attach to the edge of most trailers or other tie down points you may have. All steel hardware features a zinc coating. The truck straps have a 5,000 lb. Working Load and 15,000 lb. Break Strength. From commercial to farm applications, the 4" wide Ratchet Straps have got you covered for properly securing down trailer loads for transport. Includes a one year manufacturer's warranty against defects.

  • Universal double wire J-hooks
  • Weather resistant nylon webbing
  • Zinc coated hardware for longevity
  • 15,000 lbs. Break strength / 5,000 lbs. working load limit
  • Measures 40' L x 4" W
  • Ideal tie down for truck, trailer, rail car or other cargo carriers

This product is backed by a One Year Warranty.

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to