I am only going to say this once. If your going to IRON then use IRON . Straps are fine for what they were designed for and hauling tractors or implements is not what they were meant for . May be if your hauling gravity boxes with out running gear or flat hay racks with out gear then the strap would be fine . I have hauled a lot more iron then most of you and if it was on tires or tracks it got chains If it was pipe it got chains if it was plastic pipe then it got straps If it was wooden shipping boxes depending on what it was and how it was made it was a toss up between chains or straps. If it was a load of hay it got a strap every three feet . also i do not care how many chains and binders you put on something IF it wants to come off that trailer it is coming off.
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