tie-down

  1. Tie-Down Methods

    Safety is very important when it comes to transporting your load from one place to another. According to the FMCSA all tie-downs must be attached and secured so that it does not become loose or unfastened, open, or release during transit. The location of these tie-downs must be located inboard of the rub rails. The FMCSA also requires one tie-down to secure a load that is five feet or less in length and weighs 1,100 pounds or less.

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  2. Know More About Your Winch Straps

    One of the most commonly used items in a truck drivers arsenal is the winch strap. With the need to tie down the cargo that is being transported this product has become an invaluable asset. Without the means to secure and control a freight load all else is mute.

    Tarpstop stocks some of the better quality and lower priced straps in the industry in Exaloy Cargo

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  3. How to Maintain Your Ratchet Strap

    Some of the most dependable securement straps to use when transporting cargo are Ratchet Straps. Unfortunately, due to sharp corners and constant rubbing these straps are usually some of the first items that need to be replaced. However, with proper care and minimal effort, a well-made ratchet strap can be utilized for years. Below are a few tips that we have put together on how to maintain your

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