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BoatBuckle Retractable Tie-Down System

   

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40" L x 2" W

Stainless Steel

Load/Capacity:
3000 lb.
  • $129.99

  • SKU: 1015994

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40" L x 2" W

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Load/Capacity:
5000 lb.
  • $79.99

  • SKU: 392644

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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
  • One-touch web release
  • Easy access dual release lever
  • Simple, one-hand operation
  • Adapts to virtually any mounting angle
BoatBuckle® Retractable Tie-Down System 4.6 5 45 45
great product Bought the boat buckle tie downs for a new boat that did not come with tie downs.Had to make a drop down bracket to install on bunks. Works great. January 6, 2011
just what I was looking for At last something that is durable and easy to use...the "old time" straps just don't come close to these tie downs December 14, 2010
Handy purchase The Boat Buckle retractable Tie Down System is quite the handy tie down strap. No more back and forth to the truck hunting the straps. Quick and easy tie down or removal. Mounted to the trailer, always there on or off. No pinching on the lock down. Easy on, easy off. December 3, 2010
A MUST! How did we ever get along without these? Easy to use and durable. November 20, 2010
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Because it's stainless steel.
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My trailer has a bracket that extends from the trailer 1 inch or so. The bracket is parallel to the road/ground. It has a 1/2 inch hole that i use normal cinch straps. do i need to buy a kit?
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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.....
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No mounting kit is necessary
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No kit is needed, just bolt it to the trailer.
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Yes.
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CAN THE STRAP BE REPLACED ?

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You will have to purchase mounting kit.
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It comes with two bolts, nuts, and washers.
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It comes with bolts. You may have to drill holes depending on what kind of boat and trailer you have.
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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.
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You will need to drill one hole for each ratchet unit. You will probably have to buy the drill bit. It isn't what the average person would have in their standard drill bits set.
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Yes,One bolt through the trailer.
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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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no i have these on my small flats boat and they have survived three years in saltwater use
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It hasn't hurt my yet. I get back from the lake, park the boat, then I release the straps and allow them to retract to keep from weakening the springs...

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It does not seem to bother mine I just lube them when I service my trailer.
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No they work great. I've had mine for over 8 years and still working great.
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I have not had any problems. But Mine don't stayed rolled up for a long period of time. Just while I am out fishing, 4 or 5 hours at a time
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The stainless steel version should be ok, but the standard ratchet may rust if left in the water long term.
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everybody says they lubricate the retractable springs can any one tell me how?
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I lift the ratchet handle all the way up and use my grease gun to apply the grease inside the spool and spread it with my finger the best I can
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I never lubricated mine and they are still working over 8 years.
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I have not lubricated mine yet. If you put oil on them, It would attracted dirt, which wouldn't be good. I plan to use a silicone spray when my need lubing. It will dry but still provide some lube.
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You can oil them via spray can of WD-40 or other lubricant, but then it attracts dirt. Best to just hose them off.
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