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Old 10-21-2007, 04:46 PM
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Full service truck stops (TA) are another good source for this type of stuff.
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straps and boxes

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...&highlight=tie

The home depo J hook style have a hook end that I have seen straighten out, also if it gets loose it can un hook itself, the MR or S lines tie downs have the hook locking tap on it ,you can also get it with the twisted ends to make it fit the boat better , color choices, and there 10,000pds, this is also the same as i use on all my races cars
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Old 10-22-2007, 09:20 AM
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IMOPI would buy the style like I have , see if Bubba can get them first or just order direct from MR like I did ,ordered it with twisted hooks ,blue and cut to length.wish the make them in stainless

http://www.mrproducts.com/index.php?...=auto_tie_down

http://www.s-line.com/Products/ratchets.htm


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looking for some straps, local places to go or ideas what U guys would use for the Wife. I found some at Advance Auto Parts.. 4000 pound rip strength...but dont know if thats enough. Thanks Jeff
Sandy's a little Spitfire, but I think 4,000 pound straps should keep her in place.
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Old 10-22-2007, 04:23 PM
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straps and boxes

http://www.offshoreonly.com/forums/s...&highlight=tie

The home depo J hook style have a hook end that I have seen straighten out, also if it gets loose it can un hook itself, the MR or S lines tie downs have the hook locking tap on it ,you can also get it with the twisted ends to make it fit the boat better , color choices, and there 10,000pds, this is also the same as i use on all my races cars
Thanks Ill give U a call.
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I sent him an email this week, but no response..thats who I got my last straps from..


I will try Home depot or Lowes...Thanks for the help everyone.
Bubba treated me right on mine. Keep trying
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Bubba treated me right on mine. Keep trying
I did,
He is pricing some out for me.
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