Follow Warnings And Instructions Carefully
Failure to do so could result in damage to product, property, injury or death.
- Never exceed Working Load Limit of tie-down.
- Inspect tie down webbing and ratchet regularly for signs of wear. Replace if webbing is damaged, cut, worn or frayed, or metal parts are worn, rusted, bent, deformed or damaged.
- Tie downs are consumable products and will break down after use and exposure to elements and weather. Always store tie-down in a cool, dry safe place away from direct sunlight.
- All tie-downs are only as strong as the weakest component, including point of attachment. Area of attachment on vehicle or trailer must be sufficient strength to hold your load.
- Sharp edges, heat and corrosive acid may damage tie downs and cause failure.
- Use only as a tie-down, never for lifting, towing or personal restraint.
- For max strength, all components must be in-line with direction of the pull.
- Never tie webbing into knots or allow webbing to become knotted.