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Yuhoo Ratchet Tie Down Straps, 2 Pcs Adjustable Tensioning Belts

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Product description

Size:3m  |  Color:Red

Description:
Made of quality zinc alloy buckle +nylon material, durable and reusable.
Perfect for general use where goods are tied where no hooks are needed.
It can be used for fixing on the trailer, networks, covering, motorcycle, automotive etc.
Cam buckles provide a more secure hold than typical lightweight lashing strap buckles.
Easy to tension with one hand thanks to the push-button on the clamping of the tightening buckle made of solid metal.

Specification:
Product name: Tie Down Strap
Color: Black, Red, Yellow
Material: Zinc alloy+Nylon
Size: About 1m, 3m, 5m

Package includes:
2 Pcs x Tie Down Strap

Note:
Transition: 1cm=10mm=0.39inch
1. Due to the light and screen difference, the item's color may be slightly different from the pictures."br"2. Please allow 0.5-2 cm differences due to manual measurement."br""br""br"

Yuhoo Ratchet Tie Down Straps, 2 Pcs Adjustable Tensioning Belts

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