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    Webbing from Shipper's Supplies

    Does anyone have any experience with webbing bought from Shipper's Supplies?
    http://www.shipperssupplies.com/1Web...Webbing1500BS/

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    I have used their webbing before. I have had little problems with it but I will mention that the weave is much looser than other webbing. Nice feel and pliable, I have set up all my friends on it as well!
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    Thanks for the reply. For a 300 ft. roll, their price is about the same as 4 ratchet straps.

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    What is the weight on that webbing, not the break strength but actual weight

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    I'm also curious about the weight. Loose or not, if it serves the purpose...ha

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    It's very tempting for the price. If I didn't already have extra tree huggers and webbing, I would be buying it. I'm trying hard to just keep it as a bookmark for future use.

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    I am very interested. With shipping its 36 for a 300 foot roll. I was going to spend 30 just on 20feet with two triglide clips. Its 1inch polyester 1500lb breaking so it can't be to heavy. Ill save the site and might go for it in a few days.

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    I will try to get some weight on some 6 foot straps. I can tell you its lighter than other straps that I have (Arrowhead, Warbonnet, Hennessy) and I think it is very similar to what Dutch is selling as well. I like it and have had no issues with it.
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    I'm not to sure what id do with 300feet though. Leaves me plenty of extra. Where would I get those metal clips with two slots in it. I'm not sure what they're called.

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    You can get the Dutch Buckle from the man himself at the outdoor gear site - Dutchware.

    Or you can get the tri-buckle from Jacks r Better. Really depends if you are only using straps or straps and whoopies.
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