Kanulock / STP Lockable Steel Straps
|As a rough
usage guide you can expect to secure
||OK for say 2 surfboards or 1
windsurfing board or 1 SUP board
||We use these to secure either 3
windsurfing boards or 3 SUP boards or 4 surfboards, also
can be used so secure 1 kayak or 1 canoe
Kanulock Lockable Roof Rack Straps 2.5m, or 4m Tie Downs
The SPT Lockable Tie Down has been designed to secure windsurfers, surfboards, tradesman's tools, ladders, Racing Ski's, Rowing sculls, paddle boards, bikes, Moto-X & trail bikes, luggage & much more. or anything requiring that little bit of extra strap length. Fits any roof rack system.
- Two tie downs per package
- each strap has 2 x 2.5mm braided
steel cables embedded within the strap braiding.
- The straps are very soft and
flexible and could be tied in knots.
- 33mm-wide nylon straps; 2.5, or 4
meters useable length
- Nylon straps reinforced with
built-in stainless steel cables
- There is 20cm of extra webbing with
no wires at the end, this extra webbing to the quoted length
is to make it easier for you to thread through the buckle
and assist in tying off the end.
- Polished die cast buckles
- Soft buckle casing protects vehicle
- Weather resistant lock with dust
- Includes 2 keys
- Works like standard cam lock straps
if you don't want to lock them
- Also great for surfboards,
tradesman's tools, ladders, Racing Ski's, Rowing sculls,
paddle boards, bikes, Moto-X & trail bikes, luggage & much
is important not to force the key to lock or unlock the buckle.
- To lock the buckle you must
make sure that the buckle is
before you try to twist the key to the lock position.
- If the key is hard to turn,
"don't force it"
or you will damage the key, it means that the
buckle is not in its fully closed position prior to
locking. (a damage key is not
a warranty issue)
- The STP buckles are designed not to
release easily, this is part of their security design, this
also means that the buckle
MUST be fully closed before you are
able to turn the key to lock the buckle closed.
- Pull the buckle lever into
its fully closed position and then you will be able to ease
the key around to lock the buckle closed.
- Over tightening the
straps will bar the buckle from fully closing.
- Similarly, to un lock the
buckle you may have to pull the buckle lever into its fully
closed position and then you will be able to ease the key
around to un lock the buckle.