These are such good tiedowns and there not to expensive
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These tie downs are the best. I am finally replacing my originals that I bought in 89. If you use tie downs these are the only ones you need to buy!
Over the years I have found these to be the best. I have a set that is over 10 years old that still work fine. I have new ones so I use them as a secondary to secure the bike incase the main ones around the bars come off.
Great classic tie downs. Built with quality.
Keeping in mind that these aren't ratchet straps, I rate them well. The quality and shipping were as advertised or better, and the price was commensurate with such factors.
what can I say...doesn't have that pointless extra loop of webbing and isn't too short like those tie downs. They don't make em like they used to...get this product and buy double what you need. They might not last.
You can find tie downs that cost much more, and in some cases much less. Either way, in the long run you will not find a better long lasting and high quality tie down than Ancra Classic tie downs, period.
These tie downs are the best on the market ... period! I've been using the Ancra tie downs since 1988 without a single failure. I use four tie downs on my 2008 CRF 450 just to make sure it's totally secure. After spending thousands on the bike and related gear, I can't skimp on securing it to my truck bed.
They are high quality and made in the USA. They have worked great so far. I compared to to some of my older (atleast 8 yrs) Ancra straps and they are still the same high quality.
awesome tie downs good quality lasted me a long long time. will never use a different tie down again. bike never comes loose overall awesome product.
Quality is far superior over cheaper tie-downs you find at discount/hardware stores. No worries about bike coming loose on the way to the track.
I have Ancra tiedowns that I've owned and used for almost 10 years and they're finally starting to fray and wear out.