Sealey Tie Down - Motorcycle Rear Wheel  £24.52


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• Manufactured from polyester webbing.
• Stitched reinforcement at joins and loops.
• Suitable for workshop use or for securing motorcycle to flat-bed or trailer.
• Secures rear wheel to anchor point without compressing the suspension units, thus reducing the risk of seal damage.
• Ratchet mechanically tensions the webbing using a simple drum and ratchet mechanism for superior load restraint.
• Load tested to 1000kg.

Manufactured from polyester webbing. Stitched reinforcement at joins and loops. Suitable for workshop use or for securing motorcycle to flat-bed or trailer. Secures rear wheel to anchor point without compressing the suspension units, thus reducing the risk of seal damage. Ratchet mechanically tensions the webbing using a simple drum and ratchet mechanism for superior load restraint.

• Manufactured from polyester webbing.
• Stitched reinforcement at joins and loops.
• Suitable for workshop use or for securing motorcycle to flat-bed or trailer.
• Secures rear wheel to anchor point without compressing the suspension units, thus reducing the risk of seal damage.
• Ratchet mechanically tensions the webbing using a simple drum and ratchet mechanism for superior load restraint.
• Breaking Strain: 1000kg.
• Model No. TDMCRW

Technical Specification:

Breaking Strain: 1000kg
Maximum Tension: 500kg
Nett Weight: 1.30kg
Qty: 1


Dimensions: Length: 60mm x Height: 260mm
Weight: 1.32Kg
Warranty: 1 year

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