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4-Pack Husky 6' Locking Tie-Down Buckle Straps

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Home Depot.com has 4-Pack Husky 6' Locking Tie-Down Buckle Straps on sale for $5.97. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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Each Ratchet Tie-Down features a ratchet style fastener and a working load limit of 466 lbs. (break strength of 1400 lbs.) Polyester Webbing Resists Weather and is UV-protected. -slickdewmaster

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Home Depot has the Husky 6 ft. x 1 in. Locking Tie-Down (4-Pack) $5.97 w/store pick up

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Irregardless of his grammer mistakes, he made some very good and inteligible points.
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6' or 12'? Neither is really better, it just depends what you are tying. I typically use as short a strap as possible to minimize the length of the tails that need to be corralled to prevent flapping in the breeze.

Cam buckle or ratchet? Again, neither is really better than the other, it just depends what you are tying. Though it's easier to torque on the ratchet, both can be made plenty tight enough and I've encountered several situations where there just wasn't enough room for the ratchet - which can be especially problematic if there's not enough space to unlock it.

And the load rating of both of the Home Depot styles linked in this thread are similar. Personally, I'd get both types to maximize your tie down options. Be safe out there.
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Don't know how quality compares, but fyi harbor freight has 4 count 1" x 15ft straps with similar load rating that go on sale for $7 fairly often.
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6ft seems a bit small
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6ft seems a bit small
That's what she said
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It's a cheap price, but this is about the shortest and smallest ratchet strap you can get. The cam buckles are ok, but I wouldn't trust them other than maybe holding a tarp over something.
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Don't know how quality compares, but fyi harbor freight has 4 count 1" x 15ft straps with similar load rating that go on sale for $7 fairly often.
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Don't know how quality compares, but fyi harbor freight has 4 count 1" x 15ft straps with similar load rating that go on sale for $7 fairly often.
The orange Harbor Freight straps are the worst, thinnest pieces of junk made. Those things are going to, if they haven't already kill someone with lost loads on the roadway.
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The orange Harbor Freight straps are the worst, thinnest pieces of junk made. Those things are going to, if they haven't already kill someone with lost loads on the roadway.
I heard they were approved by the Lumber Jetta.
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When I was a kid we called these motorcycle straps (no they aren't great for that either it's just what we called them). To be clear these are NOT ratchet straps. Only good for light duty stuff. that said $6 is a decent price for what these are.
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This is prob worth the extra $4...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../206802316

I bought them for $8.97 in-store back on 12/1 FWIW
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The orange Harbor Freight straps are the worst, thinnest pieces of junk made. Those things are going to, if they haven't already kill someone with lost loads on the roadway.
You that famous you-tuber by any chance?
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The orange Harbor Freight straps are the worst, thinnest pieces of junk made. Those things are going to, if they haven't already kill someone with lost loads on the roadway.
Work fine for me on light jobs. Driven thousands of miles with canoe on roof with no problems.
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This is prob worth the extra $4...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../206802316

I bought them for $8.97 in-store back on 12/1 FWIW
Yeah, I have these, too, and I can attest that they are very good for small boats and kayaks.
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Personally, I wouldn't trust or use anything other than a ratchet trap as you can not tighten these as good as you can a ratchet strap. These are also very short. You would have to pretty much double them to make a long one as you would need it for most applications. Still not a bad price though.
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