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Bass Pro Shops® Ratchet Transom Tie-Downs

   

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3' L x 1" W

Ratcheting

Load/Capacity:
800 lb.
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 700290

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3' L x 2" W

Ratcheting

Load/Capacity:
1500 lb.
  • $26.99

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  • Quick release and rapid rachet mechanism
Includes a quick-release and rapid ratchet mechanism. Pair.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 28 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding I replaced the non-ratcheting strap tie-downs that came with my boat with these, and I am very pleased with them. My boat tends to seat a bit differently on the trailer when recovering, depending on the depth and steepness of the lauch ramp. Adjusting the old straps took too much time, and these ratcheting straps is much easier and faster. One note of caution - the metal buckle on the boat end may tend to rub against, and maybe scratch, the hull. If your hull extends much beyond the end of the trailer, this may be a problem. A rubber or foam pad between the buckle and hull might solve this problem. August 23, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Does a good job These are so much better than the cam-lock style (I think that's a good description). These tie downs on my trailer/Smokercraft Osprey Deluxe setup WILL scratch the paint (everything else does), so I pad them. Other than that, they work great. They are easy to use and they seem very secure. Tightening the straps on a shifting load is a snap, and the boat seems welded to the trailer when these babys are cinched down. I am very glad I found them. July 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ratchet Straps I will never use any other type of boat tie down after having these - the buckle type straps that are on the market are worthless compared to these. Super easy to use, heavy duty, and the ratchet is beefy. I looked for something similar in every store I could find but had no luck....Bass Pro came through! June 23, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by typical tiiedowns what can anyone say about tiedowns. they look like they will do the job of holding the boat on the trailer and work about like the rest of them. so, i call them typical tiedowns. June 2, 2010
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The range from my boat to my trailer is fairly short. I have purchased two other tie down sets to replace the wearing ones I have. I could not make either of the ones I purchased short enough to hold tight. Thanks
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Working length of 20" to 42".
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the regular tie downs don't always work on some of the bass boats like mine so you would be best to get the retractable like I did
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If the strap is long pull the end through the rachet slot and wind up. Its ok if the strap double up on the wind as long as the strap is not supper long.
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Personally measured them as I had the same question prior to ordering. They have a working length range from approximately 20" to 42".
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3' wide 18.5 long
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