How to Thread the Ratchet Buckle's Ratchet Strap
To put on the ratchet strap, first open the ratchet a little so you can access the spool. Now you slide the strap over the spool and rewind it back. At this point, pull on the strap to remove any excess slack. Once all the slack is removed, you can start adjusting to the tension you want, keeping the belt straight. Once the desired tension is achieved, lock the ratchet in the closed position. To release the strap, open the ratchet fully so that it lies completely flat. Once it's flat, it's in the release position. Come on, pull your straps out.
In some cases, you may not need the strength of a ratchet strap. In these cases, you will use a cam buckle.
Cam straps come with a variety of accessories: butterfly fittings, e-track fittings, f-track hooks and spring e-fittings, handlebar straps with s-hooks, flat spring hooks and s-hooks.
Cam buckles are usually available in 1" and 2" sizes.
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