Flexible Coil Trailer Tie

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Flexible Coil Trailer Tie

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Product Summary:

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Flexible Coil Trailer Tie
Vinyl-coated cable tie features an easy to use carabiner clip at one end and a quick release latch at the other.
 
Product Features:
  • Very flexible
  • Quick release latch
Item Specifications:
Color:
Blue
 
Size:
Flexes from 22" to 60"
 
Material:
Vinyl Coated Cable

Product Reviews by Customers

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Wanted to have a quick release feature also flexible line for my cross ties.
Judith G on Mar 4, 2015
Will write a review after I use it!!
Kenneth C on Mar 28, 2014
does this act like a bungie cord?
A shopper on Feb 22, 2015
Best Answer: Not as tight as a bungee cord, but keeps itself off the ground while allowing some movement and grass nibbling. My half draft sat back against it and his breakaway halter gave up before the tie did. We like them!
Reply · Report · Amy J on Feb 22, 2015
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Will these work for hot walkers?
A shopper on Mar 6, 2015
Best Answer: If the walker has a place to attach the tie, I don't see why not. Flexes from 22" to 60".
Reply · Report · Kathryn BStaff on Mar 9, 2015
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How does the quick release latch work? Does a safety mechanism kick in (and release the tie) if the horse pulls back against it with too much force?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2016
Best Answer: My guy (17h, 1400lbs) hasn't engaged the quick release yet. He panicks when he hits the 'hard stop' of a regular tie when tied to the trailer so this is great for him. The only downside I've noticed is that it stretches REALLY far and he can reach the ground. (This is an issue for me because my guys are not allowed to eat off the ground at other facilities due to our bio security measures.) Other than that, we both like it.
Reply · Report · KATHERINE J on Jan 7, 2016
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