This post will help you understand the options you have when it comes to buying winch bars and help you decide which type you should add to your collection of flatbed gear.
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We’re always happy to hear from customers. Thanks to Marc for sending in these great photos of our BlackLine winch straps. “I found USCC online. Googled best cargo strap and USCC came up. I bought everything that my hot shot rig would need. Everything I bought is extremely high in quality- from the straps and chains […]
This guest post is courtesy of US Cargo Control customer Randy Fischer. A strap is a strap is a strap, right? That’s what I used to think. They’re all basically the same 4″ of poly-something-or-other webbing, with a hook or chain on one end. Usually colored yellow, for some strange reason. I always figured it […]
Sales Specialist Britni gives her take on BlackLine, our own line of premium, heavy duty ratchet straps. Also available in winch straps; features include: Thicker edging for durability. Created with a concentration of fabric, not wire or other enhancement. 2″ straps with 13,000 lb. webbing. Higher than typical 12,000 lbs. webbing. 4″ straps with 24,000 lb. webbing. The strongest […]
We’ve been doing a little work on our USCargoControl.com website, with a goal of making it easier for customers to choose exactly what they need. Some products are available in so many sizes and configurations it can be difficult to wade through them all to find exactly what you’re looking for. Our winch straps and […]
Our new BlackLine tie down straps were developed for US Cargo Control so we could offer customers premium tie downs with the strongest webbing on the market. The line includes 2” and 4” wide ratchet straps, winch straps and roll off straps with higher break strengths than traditional webbing, to create an increased working load […]
This strap winder is a handy tool for any flatbed hauler. The flatbed strap winder easily attaches to any standard side rail on a flatbed and keeps your excess winch strap neat and secure. INSTRUCTIONS: Feed the strap through the take up spool and fold the webbing over. While holding the strap with your left hand, […]