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Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack

Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack

4 each
Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack

Keeper Cam Buck Tie-Down, 4 Pack

4 each

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6 ft x 300 lbs. 1,8 m x 136 km. Performance engineered. Quick off. Quick on. 1 inch wide webbing 900 lbs break strength. Tie-downs are the fastest, easiest and safest way to secure your cargo. Unlike rope and twine, they work without having to tie knots. Can Buckle Tie-Downs combine security with speed. Small teeth grip webbing tight and a thumb release lever makes using them quick and easy. How to Choose a Tie-Down. This tie-down is designed for light duty applications and is not recommended for motorcycles or ATVs over 300 lbs. If using to secure motorcycle/ATVs, be sure webbing is not worn and use four (4) 300 lbs. Working load limit tie-downs to secure as shown in illustration at right. Suspension should be slightly compressed before tightening. For heavier vehicles, use specifically designed Keeper Motorcycle/ATV Tie-Downs. For all other applications, Keeper recommends using a minimum of two (2) tie-downs to secure cargo and prevent load shift. Each tie-down should have a working load limit equal to or great than the weight of your cargo. Working load limit. The maximum cargo weight a tie-down can safely handle and still accommodate unexpected forces caused by speed, road conditions or emergencies. The Industry Standard for Working Load Limit is 1/3 the break-strength of the tie-down assembly. This tie-down has a break-strength of 900 lbs. and a working load limit of 300 lbs. www.keeperproducts.com. Made in China.


Directions

Operating Instructions - No. 05108. 1. Thread webbing through buckle. Press the release lever and feed webbing up from the bottom and under cam buckle teeth as shown by the arrow on the buckle. (Fig. 1). 2. Place webbing over load, adjust length and attach hooks to solid anchor points. 3. Pull webbing tight to set desired tension. 4. To loosen, press release lever.


Warnings

Cancer and reproductive harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Failure to comply with warning may result in personal injury and cargo. Do not exceed working load limit of 300 lbs. User to evaluate working load requirements. Area of attachment on vehicle or trailer must be of sufficient strength to hold load. Loads settle; check tie-downs after first 10 miles, every 50 mites thereafter. Protect webbing from edges, heat corrosive materials. Do not use if hardware is damaged or if webbing is cut, frayed, burned, melted or abraded. Chock wheeled loads and set brakes. Use only as a tie-down, never for lifting, towing or personal restraint.

About

Details

6 ft x 300 lbs. 1,8 m x 136 km. Performance engineered. Quick off. Quick on. 1 inch wide webbing 900 lbs break strength. Tie-downs are the fastest, easiest and safest way to secure your cargo. Unlike rope and twine, they work without having to tie knots. Can Buckle Tie-Downs combine security with speed. Small teeth grip webbing tight and a thumb release lever makes using them quick and easy. How to Choose a Tie-Down. This tie-down is designed for light duty applications and is not recommended for motorcycles or ATVs over 300 lbs. If using to secure motorcycle/ATVs, be sure webbing is not worn and use four (4) 300 lbs. Working load limit tie-downs to secure as shown in illustration at right. Suspension should be slightly compressed before tightening. For heavier vehicles, use specifically designed Keeper Motorcycle/ATV Tie-Downs. For all other applications, Keeper recommends using a minimum of two (2) tie-downs to secure cargo and prevent load shift. Each tie-down should have a working load limit equal to or great than the weight of your cargo. Working load limit. The maximum cargo weight a tie-down can safely handle and still accommodate unexpected forces caused by speed, road conditions or emergencies. The Industry Standard for Working Load Limit is 1/3 the break-strength of the tie-down assembly. This tie-down has a break-strength of 900 lbs. and a working load limit of 300 lbs. www.keeperproducts.com. Made in China.


Directions

Operating Instructions - No. 05108. 1. Thread webbing through buckle. Press the release lever and feed webbing up from the bottom and under cam buckle teeth as shown by the arrow on the buckle. (Fig. 1). 2. Place webbing over load, adjust length and attach hooks to solid anchor points. 3. Pull webbing tight to set desired tension. 4. To loosen, press release lever.


Warnings

Cancer and reproductive harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Failure to comply with warning may result in personal injury and cargo. Do not exceed working load limit of 300 lbs. User to evaluate working load requirements. Area of attachment on vehicle or trailer must be of sufficient strength to hold load. Loads settle; check tie-downs after first 10 miles, every 50 mites thereafter. Protect webbing from edges, heat corrosive materials. Do not use if hardware is damaged or if webbing is cut, frayed, burned, melted or abraded. Chock wheeled loads and set brakes. Use only as a tie-down, never for lifting, towing or personal restraint.


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