Nylon weave webbing ratchet tie-downs are used for tying down loads while transporting to avoid shifting or movement.
Have not moved yet. Appears to be in perfect working order.
It can handle it, just make sure you use a few of them spread out evenly.
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"The RT Tie down can safely handle a maximum cargo weight of 800 lbs. (working load limit) and can accommodate unexpected forces up to 2,400 lbs. (break strength). If your pickup truck weighs more than 800 lbs, the RT tie down will not work, please select a tie down that has a working load limit exceeding the weight of your truck."
The U-Haul moving trucks are equipped with rub rails on all sides that secure and protect your belongings.
For more loading and securing information please visit the U-Haul truck user guide and moving tips pages linked below.
Truck User Instructions
To release tension, open the ratchet then press the release lever.
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