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This BoatBuckle® retractable tie-down system is a self-storing strap that extends to a full 44". It automatically retracts and features a snugging ratchet with easy one-hand operation. A protective, vinyl-coated top hook won't mar boat surfaces. One-bolt installation. One pair.
Sleek, contoured styling
Comfortable SUR-Grip rubbercoated handle and release lever
BoatBuckle® Retractable Tie-Down System
There are a lot of tie downs for the trailer but these are so convenient I would never go back to the "standard straps". Well made, the boat is very secure, simple to operate, and a child could install; you can't go wrong buying these.
August 1, 2012
The ultimate way for quick in and quick out at the launch site.
June 28, 2012
SO FAR, SO GOOD
HAVN'T HAD THESE VERY LONG, BUT ARE MUCH MORE CONVIENENT THAN THE BOAT STRAPS I HAD BEFORE, CUTS DOWN ON LOADING TIME FOR SURE. LOOK GOOD ON BOAT....
June 28, 2012
Great Product !!
Very easy to install,check your trailer ,if you have one that has an upright coming off your tie down area then this is all you will need,however if it is flat you will need to buy the kit. But no biggie it installs easy as well. Saves alot of time at the ramp.
June 19, 2012
I BOUGHT THE KIT, BUT WHEN STRAPPING YOUR BOAT DOWN, THEIR SEEMS TO BE ALOT MORE PLAY IN THE BRACKETS THAN I WANTED. I JUST CUT OFF THE TABS ON MY TRAILER AND DRILLED HOLES FOR THE BUCKLES. WORKS MUCH BETTER AND LOOKS CLEANER.....
They come with a bolt, which is for attaching to the boat frame. My boat had a bracket that came out to attach the buckle to. If you have this set up, it will only take you a matter of minutes to install. If not, you will need some sort of 1/2 inch hole to bolt the buckel to.
I have both the stainless and regular ratchet set. The regular will not hold up in salt water applications. It rusted in a years time and had to replace with the stainless. I have had the stainless on my trailer for 2 years now and never had a problem.
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