Gunwale II Tie - Down 1200 lbs. 2"x10'

Item # WX2-53597

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Gunwale - II Tie - Down

  • Simple... but incredibly strong and functional
  • Features an easy, effective roller buckle

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Stock No. Description Rated Capacity Size

53597 Gunwale II Tie-Down 1200 lbs. 2" x 10'

53598 Gunwale II Tie-Down 1200 lbs. 2" x 13'

53599 Gunwale II Tie-Down 1200 lbs. 2" x 16'


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