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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 09-17-2018, 02:11 PM Thread Starter
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I bought the straps from Tractor Supply, wish I had seen them a long time ago.


they have two vertical springs housed in a tube ( has a slot ) that connects with the vertical slider ratchet locker. they will never come undone like the Rhino straps did.


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A little over a month ago my ex-brother-in-law borrowed my tie-downs for a long distance "move". "No problem, , bring em back when you're done", , , right? Tragically, he had a stroke and passed away all of a sudden, , needless to say my tie-downs are in Tennessee somewhere.


A quick trip to Tractor Supply is in order to replace them dam tie-downs. Can't be without em.
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The quality of the tie down straps from Tractor Supply so much better than the junk Rhino straps, the Rhino straps have been relegated to the dung hole pit.



They can't be trusted, period.


just this week, we need to move some hog wire fencing panels on the flat bed trailer we have.
I just grabbed a bunch of straps out of the 5 gallon bucket that we use for that purpose.....


argh! when we started tying down the hog wire fencing to the trailer, I had to junk the ratchets, just sucked it up into a loop and tied it like a sailor.... what a piece of crap they are.
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