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Product DescriptionDesigned with three-point trailer tie-down safety in mind, this system should always be used in conjunction with a good winch strap, along with a transom or gunwale tie-down. Operation is simple. Extract the web to hook and ratchet to tighten. To release, just depress the one-touch release lever and unfasten the hook. Retractable strap extends from 7" to 43". 2,500-lb. capacity. Sold individually.
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Q:I noticed on your web site that the extension on the strap is 14" to 43"....On all the other sites I have looked at for this product they do not list a minimum extension (14") Why do I need it that long? It looks like 8" would work.Asked on 9/4/2014 by harry from indiana pa
The BoatBuckle G2 will retract down to 7". The 7" is from the screw hole underneath the ratchet to the inside of the hook.
SteveAnswered on 9/5/2014 by Anonymous
Q:do you know how the tie-down attaches/mounts to the trailer?Asked on 5/26/2009 by David from TN
A:David, the BoatBuckle G2 Retractable Tie-Down has a hole on the back side and comes with a nut, bolt and washer. You permanently mount the tie-down with the hardware to a hole or an eye on your trailer. If you have any other questions, you can e-mail us through our website at www.boatbuckle.com.
MarlaAnswered on 5/29/2009 by * from Overtons
A:It bolts to the trailer directly under the wench hook on your boat. My trailer already had a spot for such a thing so I did not have to drill any holes. If you trailer does not have a hole pre-drilled, you'll need to drill one. The bolt that comes with the tie down is plenty long to go thru trailer tubing.Answered on 8/22/2009 by O Seay D from Kansas City, MO
A:Luckily my trailer had an angled support with a hole in it I could attach this to. If it had not been for that they provide you a bolt long enough to fit through a 4" trailer but they expect you to drill through both sides of the trailer to put the bolt through which is not impossible but will require a nice sharp bit and some patience.Answered on 8/28/2009 by SportsPhotog from Chandler, AZ
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