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Heavy Duty Ratchet Straps

Heavy Duty Ratchet StrapsHold those tarps down with ratchet straps so your cargo doesn't fly away. The ratchet straps are very important when you need secure a load tightly. The ratchet straps also enable you to create the fit you want with the pull lever. You can lay a tarp over the load and tighten it with the ratchet straps to give it the fit you need.

Heavy Duty Ratchet Straps
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Ratchet Tarp Straps"J" Hook 2" X 27' Ratchet Tie Down 6,000 LBS

Ratchet Tarp Straps"J" Hook 2" X 27' Ratchet Tie Down 6,000 LBS

$34.00 RR-51017A
$17.00
Camouflage Ratchet Straps - Single Piece Pack

Camouflage Ratchet Straps - Single Piece Pack

$15.00 TP-CRS-1
$6.97
Protect And Cover Up Tightly With Great Tarp Fasteners

When strapping down our precious belongings from the hazards of both sun and rain the tarpaulin is a saving grace. A shield from the destructive radiation and heat from the sun can extend the life of almost everything. What the sun doesn't not damage the rain will eat away or ruin completely. A good tarpaulin will do the trick, but only if it is held in place tightly with sound tarp fasteners.

There are many varieties and kinds of tarps that can be used for a multitude of tasks. All sorts of materials are used to make these money saving element stoppers. Canvases and poly materials are common examples. Meshes are also used quite often. Whatever they are made of, most of them have built in grommets for holding them down properly.

The uses are almost as endless as the variety. Hay and feed storage can save the day in rural areas. Coverings for truck beds when hauling can eliminate the threat from rain on the drive. The important thing to remember is that the denier scale will measure the thickness of a tarp, and thickness means long lasting quality in most cases.

Whatever kind of tarp being used, it must be locked in its place to do its job. Grommets give you a foundation to hold things in place, but it still takes a fastener to get some real piece of mind with any tie down. Spring clamps, ratchet straps and S-hooks are basic ways to fasten the large flapping sheets in place. More advanced gear like the Grip Clip is a popular item as well. Even grabbers can be found to hold grommet free tarpaulins. Clips of all sorts and shapes can do the job right, and bungee cords with S-hooks will work in a pinch if needed.

A thick and rip free tarpaulin with a ultraviolet protection is the best in the business. With grommets and clips to fasten them down, any project can be a long lasting one. Quick fixes and an inexpensive way to fend off the sun will both be done right with a serious clip or clamp. The wind will undo any shabby tie down in a blink, do it right and be worry free with a proper tarp fastener.