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Old 10-01-2011, 12:48 PM   #1
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Tow Dolly Wheel Strap Question

When we got our new dolly last month it came with 2 wheel straps matched to the 20" tires on our car. I would like to get a set that could serve as spares and be adjustable so I can tow other cars if needed.

Are the adjustable types good or should I avoid them? Looked at some of the websites that sell them but not really sure what would work best.
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Old 10-01-2011, 04:22 PM   #2
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When we got our new dolly last month it came with 2 wheel straps matched to the 20" tires on our car. I would like to get a set that could serve as spares and be adjustable so I can tow other cars if needed.

Are the adjustable types good or should I avoid them? Looked at some of the websites that sell them but not really sure what would work best.
I use 4 adjustable blue straps rated at 3,800 lb each purchased from Cargo Control in line. They work well.
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www.etrailer.com has them as well
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I have 2 sets of yellow adjustable straps and they work fine. I sure don't know of any reason not to use them.
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