Topic: Re: Load binder: ratcheting vs. non ratcheting|
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If the machine or implement is on rubber tires, I like the over center type because I can actually get the tires to "squish", and then I KNOW it won't go anywhere. I do use a 4 foot cheater on the handle.
If the implement is NOT on tires, then the ratcheting type is the only choice, or even better is a ratcheting strap.
Re: Load binder: ratcheting vs. non ratcheting in reply to rustyfarmall, 02-24-2012 06:46:22
|I'm different I guess, I like the over-centre type, but I don't use a |
cheater pipe because I'm the guy that has to undo them too. With
cheater you can watch guys half pulling their trailer apart chaining
stuff down. On a rough road and a long trailer you can break stuff
doing that. Instead I chain my loads so they aren't going to slack
up much, recheck early in the trip and always wire the handles
I've used the ratchet type hauling excavators but they get so rusty
up here in the winter salt its a pain.
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