Ratcheting Tie-down
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Project Pro Ratcheting Tie-down

Part No. 1453 Warranty Details  
Corrosion-resistant ratcheting mechanism. Easy-to-find bright red color.
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Width:1 in


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Project ProRatcheting Tie-down

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OK & Inexpensive.


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  • Garage
  • Keep In The Trunk
  • RV
  • Truck

Comments about Project Pro Ratcheting Tie-down:

Works OK. Not a lot of clearence to straps on the ratchet wheel, so hand tighten as much as possible before using ratchet.

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    Instructions how to set up and use.
    Asked on 10/17/2012 by want to know from hi

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      Instructions to use ratchet tie-down: 1. Measure your truck or trailer to make sure you have the right length of tie downs. They come in different sizes, so use ones that cover your bed. 2. Prepare your truck or car trailer for use of the ratchet tie-downs. Make sure they have the proper anchor points. Practice a little ratcheting by pumping it while using these straps before loading your items. 3. Place your items in your truck or trailer so that they do not have room to move around and can be tied down properly. Make sure the anchor points are not covered by anything. 4. Put each tie-down through the anchor points. Keep the loose ends facing out, toward you. If you don't, you must take it off and redo this step. This will keep the tie-down straight and make it easier to ratchet it down. 5. Pull the loose tie-down and tighten it by using the ratchet. Pump the handle as you tighten it. This is the ratchet part of the tie-downs. You should see the tie-down tighten around your cargo. You may need only one tie-down. 6. Use at least four tie-downs for hauling a car. Two of those should be industrial tie-downs. This will keep your car secure should the trailer jackknife. Make sure the anchor points are not covered up. Repeat Step 4 on how they should be placed on the trailer. Double-check these before leaving with your car. 7. Secure heavy furniture or appliances either in your truck or on a trailer by throwing a tie-down over the cargo and hooking it to an anchor point. Pull the slack out of it and pump it until tightened down. For further assistance, please feel free to call us at 1-877-238-2623 or visit your nearest Advance Auto Parts store and one of our representatives would be more than happy to assist you.

      Answered on 10/18/2012 by Steve from AAP
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