20ft x 1.5in ShockStrap E-Track Ratchet StrapRegular price $47.00
ShockStrap® E-Track Ratchet Straps
- ShockStrap® Shock Absorber
- E-Track on both ends
- 20 foot overall length; 1 1/2 inch wide
- 1,000lb safe working load limit (WLL)
- 3,000lb maximum load (break strength)
- White polyester webbing
- Shock absorbing ratcheting E-track tie-down strap lets you secure cargo in your toy hauler, enclosed trailer, or cargo van
- Built-in shock absorbs impact to ensure constant tension, even as your load shifts
- Urethane-based material stands up to extreme temperatures, saltwater, moisture, oil, fungi, and most chemicals
- Sturdy Grade 8 bolts and nylock nuts hold the shock in place
- Spring-loaded fittings on strap ends snap into E-track anchor slots
- E-track sold separately
- Ratchet mechanism makes it easy to tighten down strap and maintains tension on strap
- Plastic-coated handle and release lever ensure simple, safe operation, even if you're wearing thick gloves
- Corrosion-resistant yellow zinc chromate coating on hardware holds up to hot, cold, and wet weather conditions
- Durable polyester webbing is UV resistant and withstands abrasions and water absorption
- DOT approved
How to Use the ShockStrap E-Track Strap
To use the E-track tie-down system, first attach one of the durable E-track fittings to an anchor point. Then stretch the strap over your cargo and secure the other fitting to a point on the opposite side.
Once the fittings are in place, tighten the webbing around the cargo and activate the shock. To tighten the strap, crank the ratchet mechanism until the webbing is taut around your load. Be sure not to overtighten the strap. If your hand cannot fit between the shock and the safety strap, the strap is too tight.
To activate the shock, tighten the strap a bit more, stretching the shock until light is visible through the bolt holes in the shock. In warm climates, the shock can stretch up to 2", while in subzero climates you may only get about 1/2" of give.
Finally, after tightening the webbing and stretching the shock, make sure your cargo is completely secure and then tie off any extra slack.