Self Tensioning Line
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Self Tensioning Lines

3.00 out of 5
(1 customer review)

$9.95$27.95

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Product Description

Keep the taut pitch you set all night every night with no additional effort. Nine foot tarp lines of our high visibility two mil un-rated nylon cord with integral tensioners made of Thera-Band®. Stronger than surgical rubber bands, these heavy strength rubber tubes, originally designed as exercise material, are fashioned to provide 4-5 inches of tension adjustment per line to insure taut pitch for tarp materials, such as silicon impregnated nylon, that are prone to overnight stretch, especially in rain and heavy dew. A two inch loop in the end of each line enables quick secure placement or movement between tarp loops without tying a knot. Each cord weighs 0.4 oz.

Sets

Self Tensioning Lines (pr): Consists of one pair of Self Tensioning Lines (STLs) The set weighs a total of 1 ounce.

Tarp Line & STL Set (Diamond Tarp) : This set is ideal for any Diamond Tarp requiring only two tie down lines and two ridge tie-out (suspension) lines. It consists of one pair of Self Tensioning Lines (STLs) and two matching ridge line cords. The set weighs a total of 1.3 ounces.

Tarp Line & STL Set (Hex Tarp): This set is ideal for the JRB Hex Tarps, and any other large tarp requiring up to four tie down lines and two ridge tie-out (suspension) lines. It consists of two pair of Self Tensioning Lines (STLs) and two matching ridge line cords. The set weighs a total of 2.1 ounces.

Tarp Line & STL Set (11′ x 10′ Tarp): This set is ideal for the JRB 11′x10′ Cat Tarp, and any other large tarp requiring up to six tie down lines and two ridge tie-out (suspension) lines. It consists of three pair of Self Tensioning Lines (STLs) and two matching ridge line cords. The set weighs a total of 2.9 ounces.

1 review for Self Tensioning Lines

  1. Sagcds11
    3 out of 5

    :

    I used these for a whole summer in Oregon. They worked very well and did keep my tarps taut in dry and wet conditions. I had to make very few adjustments. The only negative about them is that they lasted 2 seasons because the sun actually ate the rubber on the lines. I still use the lightweight lines without the rubber and have to make several adjustments now. It is a great idea and it did work well while the rubber was functional.

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