lat Hooks are one of the most favored end fittings in the trucking industry due to its easy-to-work-with shape and strong gripping power. We carry these hooks in ...
F1", 2", and 4" sizes to help with nearly any type of tie down job. Built for reliable security, our hooks are designed to easily slide onto the vehicle’s side rails or stake pockets for quick securement. Once hooked, they work together with the webbing and the tensioning device to retain a strong grip on the cargo. Sew these hooks onto your Ratchet Strap or Winch Strap to create the ideal tie down assembly that you can trust. These Flat Hooks are made from heat-treated carbon steel for extra strength with either a zinc plated finish or a black e-coated finish for extra durability.
We offer two types of 1" Flat Hooks: the Standard 1" Flat Hook and the 1" Flat Hook with Keeper. The Standard is designed for easy use and quick attachment to the vehicle’s anchor point for a strong cargo securement job. It’s built with the durability to withstand the tough tie down jobs. The Standard 1" Flat Hook is National Aerospace Standard compliant with an NAS Number of NAS1382-4.
1" Flat Hook with Keeper
For additional security, we’ve equipped our 1" Flat Hook with a strong and reliable Keeper. This Keeper is designed to keep the hook from moving, using a spring to lock it in place exactly where you need it. This kind of security leads to a more reliable tie down job that keeps a strong hold over the load.
2" Flat Hook
Secure with confidence by using our durable 2" Flat Hooks to tie down your load. Combine this industrial strength end fitting with a Ratchet Strap or Winch Strap to create one of the most reliable tie down straps in the industry. Made for strength, this is the kind of end fitting you want to use for nearly any type of cargo securement job. We offer two types of 2" Flat Hooks: one that is zinc plated and one that is powder coated.
4" Flat Hook
Built for the heavy-duty tie down jobs, our 4" Flat Hook is equipped with a convenient Abrasion Clip. This thin piece of metal is located on the inside of the hook. It acts as a barrier that prevents the hook from rubbing and wearing down the webbing, and vice versa, at that point of contact. This is especially helpful when dealing with the heavy-duty jobs in which there’s a lot of potential abrasive damage.