Occasionally I meet a customer that assumes our 'ShockStraps' are made of rubber and I explain that ShockStraps are made with Urethane, not Rubber. In fact, urethane is just one of the reasons our customers are still using their Shockstraps after 10 years and more. Rubber is biodegradable causing it to rot and degrade over time with exposure to the elements while Urethane is easily formulated to outlast rubber and stand up to sunlight and outdoor environments. I recently ran across a … [Read More...]
We have been using ShockStraps for a few months now securing RZR’s, Rangers, General’s, ATV’s, ACE’s in our show semi’s and so far have had great success with them. When the drivers arrive the units are right where they secured them resulting in big savings not having damaged units.
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Why You Should Use ShockStraps
ShockStraps are a unique shock absorbing tie down that is made to keep tension on the strap and your load secure.
When road vibrations cause loads to shift and settle, other tie downs can loosen and become unsafe. Under these conditions, our ShockStrap stretches acting like a shock absorber and contracts with the load keeping it secure. Even in extremely rough road conditions you won’t have to pull over to make sure that your tie down is secure.
The strength of our product is in its ability to maintain constant pressure on the strap when hitting bumps or having side pressure applied to it. You won’t have to pull over every 50 miles or at a gas station break to retighten ShockStraps.
With over 100,000 satisfied clients and 14 years of secure loads, ShockStraps are built to last .
- Dependable – ShockStraps provides superior shock absorption without coming loose
- Durable – The ShockStrap is made from our own proprietary Urethane formula and is not affected by most chemicals, sunlight, oil, salt water, fungus or moisture
- Rust Resistant – Hooks and buckle are yellow zinc coated, which lasts 8 to 10 times longer than powder coated metal