FineGood 10 Pcs Soft Loop Tie Down Straps, 1,500lb Load Capacity 4,500lb Breaking Strength Belts for Secure and Confident Trailering of Motorcycle Dirt Bike ATV UTV - Blue, Orange
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Selected User Reviews For FineGood 10 Pcs Soft Loop Tie Down Straps, 1,500lb Load Capacity 4,500lb Breaking Strength Belts for Secure and Confident Trailering of Motorcycle Dirt Bike ATV UTV - Blue, Orange
This kind of lock is only useful to secure a bicycle, at least that's all I'd recommend it Thinnest nylon you've ever seen. It is similar to the stitching on blue jeans and is very poor at it. The $9 price for 10 dogbone straps should have been obvious to me. Although I read the description 1500# load, 4500# break strength, I figured that might be what I was So let me tell you how it worked out for me. It wouldn't even suffice to use these straps as backups! It's a complete waste of time and money.
Although the straps were ordered according to the weight specifications, they are of very low quality and very short in length. Although they might secure a dirtbike, I wouldn't trust them with one of our cruisers that weigh a thousand pounds. It was easy for me to return. The only problem with these straps is that they are not very wide and do not feel very heavy. It was a positive note that the stitching was good.
For my 1700 lbs UTV, I used one of these at each corner of the trailer, and according to the description, each of these can handle 1500 lbs. I hauled my UTV for the first time with these and broke all the switches in two. Thus, they are worthless as a means of security.
This is a light duty position. This is the material for the keychain strap. I see how thin it is! It is less than half the thickness of other brands (I have also purchased 3 other kinds). In my opinion, getting 10 instead of 6 or 8 seemed like a better deal. That's why I know now. For light duty, it's still okay. I think maybe two Weight 400 lbs. They would not be able to hold even a fraction of that weight.
Since I have not hauled a bike in awhile, this is the first time I have used a strap hook to hook into instead of the strap hook directly on a bike. This is very useful in areas where the strap hook cannot be used. My only request would be for a tag to let me know the restrictions on how much load the straps can hold.
As there is no reason not to give this five stars, I will. In light of this, I am surprised how thin they are for how much they are supposed to It would be OK for them to handle a lawnmower or motorcycle, but anything bigger than that wouldn't be OK. I will update them if they are broken.
Now that I've used these, I've hauled a couple of bikes and other items. Thus far, no problems have been reported. Everything is working as it should. It would have been better if I had purchased.
The quality is poor and the price is low.