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Aerostich D-Type Cargo Straps

SKU: 1900

Availability: In stock


Product Description


Strong strapping for all types of loads. Straps are more secure than bungees because they do not allow your load to shift on washboard gravel or bumpy paved backroads. One hundred inches (8'+4") of 1" wide flat webbing and a D type Delrin adjustable fitting that is easy to cinch up and will not slip. Similar looking straps in camping stores are usually too short to be useful for packing a bike and often are not-quite-strong-enough. (Strap may be cut to custom lengths and the end fused with a cigarette lighter to eliminate fraying.) Webbing has a 1300 lb break strength and buckle is good for a minimum of 300 lbs. Sold in sets of 3 (carry a spare).


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Customer Reviews (4)

Good for various applicationsReview by Ralph
I purchased these straps to adapt a cruiser style sissy bar bag to a sport touring bike. They work well for that, but have also come in handy for keeping my young grandson from opening the door of my stereo rack cabinet. (Posted on 8/24/11)
Great valueReview by Grahame
3 for $15! What a bargain! They're long, strong and secure. ANd black. With an Aerostich patch sewn on to look even cooler. Great value. (Posted on 5/30/11)
They' re simple and excel...Review by Metin Saruhanli
They' re simple and excellent. (Posted on 2/14/08)
Simple and effective. I ...Review by Duane Carey
Simple and effective. I don't use bungees anymore....too much can go wrong. I don't cut 'em, I just tuck away the excess strap.

Have experienced slight fraying at edges of strap after extended use. This does not decrease their effectiveness in any way. (Posted on 11/2/07)