Keeper E-Track Tie Off Strap
- Keeper Tie Off Straps turns any tie down into an E-Track tie down.
- They are manufactures from Hi Test Webbing that assures the safest, most abrasion resistant tie off available.
- The tie off straps are made to Work with the E-Track Tie Down System.
- The E-Track Tie Down System allows you to create your own tie down system anywhere.
- The system is Completely Adjustable to secure any size vehicle, barrels, and large or odd-shaped cargo.
- (Works great with the Keeper E-Track for Trailer Floors or Walls Part #KE-04304)
Keeper Tie Off Straps turns any tie down into an E-Track tie down. They are manufactures from hi test webbing that assures the safest, most abrasion resistant tie off available. The tie off straps are made to work with the E-Track Tie Down System. The E-Track Tie Down System allows you to create your own tie down system anywhere. The system is completely adjustable to secure any size vehicle, barrels, and large or odd-shaped cargo. (Works great with the Keeper E-Track for Trailer Floors or Walls Part #KE-04304)View Available Part Numbers For This Product Line
Frequently Asked Questions
Keeper Hi-Test Webbing: The heart of a tie-down and tow strap is its webbing. The webbing design must be specific to the job. For example, the webbing used to lash a kayak to an automobile roof rack requires a different break strength, abrasion resistance, and weave pattern than a heavy duty ATV or motorcycle tie-down. Keeper is committed to providing high quality, long lasting, value driven products. Therefore, we design products with webbing that exceeds the demands of each specific application. Keeper introduced Hi-Test™ webbing to the tie-down market many years ago, using three layers of high tenacity yarn. The face, back and edge layers protect the webbing from abrasion and weather. The center, or warp yarns, provide the strength. All Keeper webbing meets appropriate abrasion capacity requirements so you and your customers are assured of longer lasting products.
|Componet Capacity||The strength of each component of an assembly. e.g. Keeper P/N 04622, the ratchet begins to fail at 13,000 lbs., the hooks began to fail at 10,000 lbs., and the webbing breaks in excess of 12,000 lbs.|
|Rated Capacity||Also known as "assembly capacity" or "break strength" is the minimum load a complete assembly can withstand before failure in a laboratory pull test when the product is NEW. e.g. Keeper P/N 04622 the failure occurs in excess 0f 10,000 lbs.|
|Working Load Limited||The maximum weight of a load a tie-down should be subjected to during normal use. To assist the consumer in making the proper|
|tie-down choice for the job, Keeper, the Web Sling Association|
|and the Federal D.O.T. require the Working Load Limit to be|
|1/3 of the Rated Capacity. e.g. in Keeper P/N 04622 the working load limit is 3,333 lbs.|
|DON'T BE FOOLED!|
|The Webbing Makes a Difference||Sewing Efficiency - As webbing is sewn it is weakened where it is pierced by the needle, reducing its strength by 10-20%.|
|D.O.T. and Web Sling Association require each tie-down manufacturer to certify the Rated Capacity (Break Strength) and Working Load Limit of each product by attaching a tag or stencil to the product.|
|To obtain the full 10,000 lbs. capacity for a 2" x 27' tie-down, "2 Stripe" (12,000 lbs. break strength) webbing must be used. "1 Stripe" webbing would only yield a capacity of 8,000 - 9,000 lbs. because of the sewing efficiency.|
30 Day Warranty
Keeper warrants the products delivered here with against any defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 30 days following purchase. If found to be defective in workmanship and materials within 30 days of purchase, such product(s) will be repaired or replaced at Keeper's discretion.