Seattle Sports Quick Loops
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- 1" Webbing
- Quick, easy, effective
- For use under hood or trunk
- Locks in place with pressure
- Provide loop to lash straps
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The perfect vehicle accessory for boaters with newer cars that have no place to attach front tie down straps. These Quick Loops provide an under-hood anchor point to keep the nose of a boat pointing forward without drilling, bolting, or otherwise altering a vehicle to safely carry a boat. Pair.
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So far I've used this for approximately five hours of driving time (mostly highway, 70-80mph). The product hasn't displayed any signs of wear and my vehicle is free of damage where the straps were connected. Most importantly the kayak didn't budge during the entire trip!
These loops work great, giving you a secure tie point anywhere you can catch them in a seam (hood, trunk, door, etc). The only drawback was that they should have a stainless or brass hook or loop at the end so you don't wear out the strap by rope rubs (after many trips). I added some stainless S hooks and squeezed the end around the strap so they would not fall off.
This is a good idea. If you have a roof rack, buy these loops and keep them in your trunk. You will be happy to have them when the time comes.Sherpak Quick Loops (Pair)
That's a testament to the strength of this strap that the metal will give before this does, but if you don't fancy expensive bodywork, heed the warning.
For anyone reading this who is on a budget, there is a good YouTube video on making your own by finding the strap material (you probably already have some lying around) and folding over to make loop then screwing/bolting to a point on your frame (make sure you add a washer). I would post link, but I'm not sure that is ok on reviews.