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    1" cinch buckle

    Looking for a single 1" cinch buckle, tried to modify one of mine and destroyed it. Originally from onrope1.com, can buy more (shipping is high), maybe I can you guys first.

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    I use a cinch strap from Harbor frieght that is only $4 a set of two. I took the buckle off and added elephant trunks and I could not be happier. They are very light weight, and yellow in color, so easy to see. I also sewed a loop on the end I cut the buckle off. These are the best straps.
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    Thanks Baja. I'm actually looking for the 1" buckle, not the straps. I tried a compression strap buckle a few years ago in Haiti designed to hold 1500 lbs (walmart truck ties). Easy to adjust, but heavy. the teeth in the clamping section tended to eat through the webbing strap over time. In the end, the onrope1 buckles won favor.

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    "If you order a small quantity of these (8 or less), the checkout will still process at a 1 pound minimum for UPS. We will ship via USPS flat rate if you make that request in the 'Gift Comment" portion of the order process. We will charge you for the cost of shipping and handling USPS only, not what is on the online order. Payments are not processed automatically."


    From their site.

    $3.00 for the cinch itself + whatever regular USPS shipping would be doesn't sound like too bad a deal.

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