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Tow Dolly Straps,31"-35",Tie Down Adj Wheel Net W/WHOOK

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Technical Details
Item Weight10 pounds
Manufacturer Part NumberWN1617W
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #730,349 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds
Date First AvailableMay 5, 2009
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Product Description

    One Pair of tow dolly wheel nets with metal wire hooks and cam buckles. Each heavy duty nylon strap is made of 2" 10,000 lbs webbing. Simply loop the wheel net over the tire, attach one wire hook to a d-ring, or another secure fitting on the trailer floor. Using the heavy duty cam buckle, tighten the strap until there is a snug fit. The loose end of the strap assembly should be tightened with a ratchet or winch attached to the trailer or tow dolly. Each wheel net has a Safety Working Load Limit (WLL) of 1,000 lbs and a Breaking Strength (BS) of 3,000 lbs. We always recommend using one wheel net per wheel when hauling a vehicle. Strap color may vary, please contact us prior to purchase if color is an issue.

    We always recommend reading the safety information prior to use of any of our cargo control products. When used incorrectly, any cargo control device can be unsafe and even dangerous to you or others on the road around you. Ensure that all buckles, cams, and ratchets are closed and in locked positions while in use. The strength of any webbing material is significantly reduced when it is twisted or not in a straight line. Always avoid sharp edges, use corner protectors when necessary. Always check for fraying, tears, and abrasions on all webbing prior to use, if damaged in any way, do not attempt to use. Ensure all anchor points are equal to or greater than assmbley strength. Remember that your Working Load Limits and Breaking Strengths are only as strong as your weakest link. Always refer to applicable federal, state, or local regulations for proper tie-down methods.

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