Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down 450KG Capacity 25mm Webbing

Secure your bike with a Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down System!  Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down Systems are specifically designed to help you safely tie down & transport your motorcycle, dirt bike, ATV, scooter, push bike or other small vehicles.  Webbing tie downs are now widely used in the transport industry....
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Secure your bike with a Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down System! 

  • Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down Systems are specifically designed to help you safely tie down & transport your motorcycle, dirt bike, ATV, scooter, push bike or other small vehicles. 
  • Webbing tie downs are now widely used in the transport industry. Webbing Tie Downs are light-weight, easy to handle and easy to use. Webbing lashings are more elastic than chains therefore they retain more tension & cause less damage to cargo or paintwork.
  • The Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Down Range has you covered with restraints that can handle a variety of load sizes & lashing capacities. 
  • Avoid fines and safely tie down your two wheeler! Fines of up to $5,000 for individuals or $25,000 for business may apply. (Depending on the State or Territory) 


Spring Carabineer & Tie Off Loop Ends

  • The spring carabineer & tie off loop end of this motorcycle ratchet tie downs allows for secure contact with a range of surface that regular hook ends won't connect to. 

    Professional & Safe

    • Monkey Grip Motorcycle Tie Downs are designed, manufactured, & tested to Conform to AS/NZ 4380 Australian Standard. Tie Down LC is printed on the strap webbing.

    Motorcycle Tie Downs for Any Job!

    • Monkey Grip Ratchet Tie downs come in various mechanisms, lashing capacities, webbing widths and lengths.

      Product Details

      Type Specification
      Mechanism  Ratchet Tie Down
      Lashing Capacity (LC) 450KG
      Breaking Strength 900KG
      End Fitting (Hook Type) Spring Carabiner Hooks & Tie Off Loop
      Strap Material  Polyester (PES) Webbing, UV Resistant
      Operating Temperature - 40°C to 100°C
      Australian Standard Conforms to AS/NZ 4380
      Packaging  Retail, hanger


      How To Use Ratchet Style Mechanism Tie Downs


      1. Place the long length of webbing over the load and connect the fitting to a solid anchor point.
      2. Insert the free end of the strap through the slot in the ratchet spindle. Pull until the slack is removed.
      3. Releasing a little slack, now connect the fixed end strap fitting to the second solid anchor point around and connect back to the tie off loop if provided. Ensure the ratchet handle faces outwards. Make sure there are no twists and that the strap is flat over the load.
      4. Pull up the slack again and pump the ratchet handle to work the ratchet so there are 2 to 4 layers of webbing around the ratchet spindle until the desired tension is set. Do not allow too many layers of the webbing around the reel as this may jam the ratchet. (Note: Refer to release tension instructions if needing to adjust.)
      5. Take care not to over-tighten the strap as this could also damage the load.
      6. Push the handle fully down to lock, check that the ratchet mechanism is locked, check no sharp objects are going to damage the fibre strap. Check that the load is stable under the strap and there will be no vibration, rub or flapping. Use protective sleeves to protect the fibre webbing from edges or rough surfaces.


      Releasing Tension

      1. Pull back the handle to the open position.
      2. With 1 hand, pull the release lever. The release mechanism pulls approximately 10mm towards the handle.
      3. Using the free hand, pull the webbing out of the ratchet spindle until all the webbing is removed.
      4. Let the release mechanism go. 

      Monkey Grip Safety Information

      WARNING: DO NOT EXCEED LASHING CAPACITY (Shown in kilograms (KG) on the front of each pack)

      Key Information 

      • Selection & Use: Consideration should be given to the required lashing capacity (LC), taking into account the mode of use & nature of the load to be secured. The lashings should be suitably pre-tensioned and regularly checked during the journey.
      • Material: This strap is made from Polyester (PES) and is NOT resistant to chemical attack. Effects of chemicals may increase with rising temperature casing the restraint to fail. If there is any contact / contamination from chemical products, a web lashing should be removed from service and disposed of.
      • Operating Temperatures: The webbing restraint system complying with the standard is suitable for use in the following temperature range; (minus) - 40°C to 100°C. These ranges may vary in a chemical environment. Changes in environment temperature during transport may affect the force in the webbing. The tension force should be checked after entering warm areas.
      • Protection & Limit of Twist: The webbing restraint system should be protected against friction, abrasion and damage from loads with edge radius less than twice the webbing material thickness, using protective sleeves or corner protectors. Webbing restraint should not be used when knotted,
      • Storage & Maintenance: If the webbing strap becomes saturated in use, dry in a shaded area prior to storing. It is advisable to lubricate the ratchet mechanism with a small mount of lubricant. When not in use, store in a dry location. 

      Meanings relating to a webbing restraint system:

      • Lashing Capacity (LC): Commonly referred to as LC, the lashing capacity is half of the minimum breaking strength of the system which is designed to sustain in use in straight pull expressed in kilograms (kg or kgs) rather than kilogram force. 
      • Fixed End Length (Lgf): This is the webbing end with tensioning device, a fixed end length
      • Adjustable End Length (Lgl): This is the length of webbing without the tensioning device, an adjustable end length.
      • Hook & Keeper / S Hook / Carabiner Hook: This refers to the end fittings used on the restraint system.

      Easy and convenient, all you pay for shipping is a flat rate of $10.00 for your entire order. Occasionally we may contact you & ask you to pay extra freight if your location is remote (as advised by our courier services) & or if your item is oversize and/or heavy. Typically, Monkey Grip items listed on the website will be dispatched from our warehouse within 24 hours. If you place an order over the weekend, your order will more than likely be despatched on Monday (excluding the occasional public holiday).

      Our warehouse team work hard to process all orders as quickly as possible; we will send you an email with tracking details to advise your item/s have been dispatched by us or alternatively if we anticipate any delays. We ship Australia wide, please allow approximately 3-7 business days for delivery depending on where you are located within Australia, in most cases you will receive much sooner. For NT and regional WA, QLD customers please allow up to 2 weeks for delivery.

      From time to time your delivery will exceed our usual stated delivery window for reasons outside our control. Eg:

      • Transport delays
      • Transport delays due to COVID related issues
      • Transport delays due to inclement weather
      • Crazy/ busy times such as Xmas
      Yes, we deliver to PO Boxes & Parcel Lockers! Shipping times are based on the day of dispatch, not the purchase date. Unfortunately, we do not offer PICK UP from any of our fulfillment locations. We do not accept liability for any loss or theft of the products after delivery, so please ensure the delivery address provided offers a safe & secure place for your goods to be left, we know there are Porch Pirates out there.
      Tie downs & Straps
      Transport Tie Downs and Tie Downs are manufactured to our specifications and comply with: Australian Standards / New Zealand Standards AS/NZS 4380:2001 Motor vehicles—Cargo restraint systems—Transport webbing and components

      Bungee straps/Octopus Straps comply with: Consumer Goods (Elastic luggage straps) Safety Standard 2017 .
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