Sur-Grip Kwik-Lok buckle for maximum security and peace of mind
Hi-vis protective PVC pads
Reflective Night Eyes closure patch for increased visibility in low light conditions
Zinc-coated steel trailer hooks and vinyl-coated steel top hooks
The Pro Series Transom Tie-Downs feature BoatBuckle's Sur-Grip Kwik-Lok buckle for maximum security and peace of mind. For added safety, the Transom Tie-Downs come standard with hi-vis protective PVC pads and a reflective Night Eyes closure patch for increased visibility in low light conditions. Complete with zinc-coated steel trailer hooks and vinyl-coated steel top hooks which resist cracking and peeling. Both models include two Tie-Downs with a 400 lb. safe working load rating and 1,200 lb. capacity rating (each). Imported.
Rated 5 out of 5 by krugtwo Great tie downs
These tie downs fit perfectly and I particularly like the added reflective material for traffic safety. A well made product that I would recommend.
June 24, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by ProlineLarry Might want to look for another brand...
Purchased a set about 2 years ago. The buckle to tighten started to rust a few months after I purchased and then completely rusted through and broke after about a year and a half. I had a really cheap set that lasted on my other boat for over 2 years I thought paying a bit more for this would be better but not the case. Additionally they never really felt like they were that secure when you locked them in. I am in the market for a new set but I will not be purchasing these again.
They were exposed to salt water but they were rinsed out after every use as I did with the rest of the boat they just didn't hold up.
May 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by DHopk Good straps
I really like these straps. They are much faster and easier to work than the standard ratchet straps. I'll be buying this design from here out.
December 20, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by veen great
these tie downs cinch down tight every time . easy to use. i"ve had several others and these are the best.
October 20, 2010
The hole in my trailer to the loop on my transom is exactly 24". Is the two-foot strap two feet plus hooks? Or is the maximum 'securing' length 24"? I hate to get the four-foot ones if the two-foot ones are good enough.
The problem you might have is the hooks. You have to be able to turn the hooh into the eyelet. If you can get a 36 inch if not you can cut the strap to what you need. You didnt say what kind of straps you have