Bungee Trailer Tie

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Bungee Trailer Tie

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Product Summary:

Bungee Trailer Tie

  • Made from super strong nylon elasticized bungee rope, which acts as a calming shock absorber
  • Bull snap on one end, panic snap on other for secure hold
  • 30"L x 1/2" thick
  • Sold individually
Item Number Model Number UPC
BNH68 194049WT 765839940490

Product Reviews by Customers

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Why did you choose this?
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because we just got a new living horse trailer and I just wanted to be safer when tying my horse up in the trailer and I also like the quick disconnect feature.
Richard M on Jun 23, 2019
It was a good price for what I needed.
Lindsey M on Apr 23, 2019
because we just got a new living horse trailer and I just wanted to be safer when tying my horse up in the trailer and I also like the quick disconnect feature.
Richard M on Jun 23, 2019
Use them all the time and time for new ones
Robert G on May 14, 2019
It was a good price for what I needed.
Lindsey M on Apr 23, 2019
Looked like a good product that I could use.
Joan M on Apr 7, 2019
to keep in my horse trailer
Kara K on Dec 27, 2018
I like the it because it is sturdy and it stretches. The reason is the same as I mentioned with the Nylon one. Good to use panic snaps on the dogs leaches.
Joan M on Oct 11, 2018
Sold my other trailer with these in it.
Kelly D on Sep 28, 2018
used before
LINDA E on Sep 15, 2018
Can't make it for cheaper. It's too long for my use but that's easy to remedy. Stout 1/2" bungee is exactly what I was looking for.
knabe upright on Aug 5, 2018
These are my favorites!
Joyce R on Jun 29, 2018
Trailer ties were recommended by my trainer. These seemed safest.
Shirley T on Jun 11, 2018
needed a new cord
rhonda m on Oct 4, 2017
Need some new trailer ties, we will see which reviews are right about quality.
kathleen h on Mar 7, 2016
I love these and wanted to give them to friends.
Patricia C on Mar 18, 2015
A bit of give is always more comforting to the horse
D B on Mar 11, 2015
Girlfriend uses same trailer tie
Christopher L on Feb 8, 2015
Bought one at Wilco and it was twice as much
Tammy B on Jun 23, 2014
I have these, they are great for ting horses to holding hay bags
DIANA P on Jun 7, 2014
Trailer safety. It has the quick release and the bungee cord the reduces paniced pull backs.
A Wyoming Home R on Mar 30, 2014
Use them all the time and time for new ones
Robert G on May 14, 2019
Looked like a good product that I could use.
Joan M on Apr 7, 2019
What color is this?
A shopper on Sep 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The color of the cord itself should be primarily white with a design that could vary slightly due to material cut.
Nickel plated or stainless steel? No one seems to really know...
Janel S on Oct 16, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have these and I'm gonna say nickel plated they are too heavy to be stainless. Also they have not lasted well the covering on the cord has frayed on all 4 of mine in about 3 years.
Are the snaps nickel plated or stainless steel?
MsMarianne on Apr 30, 2017
BEST ANSWER: From what i can tell they are stainless steel, they are good quality, i have used them frequently on my three large horses for a year now and never had an issue, they don't have any flaking or any signs of wear at all. They have been easy to use and the horses prefer them to a tied rope that hangs down.
How many inches long?
Jill L on Sep 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 30" L x 1/2" thick
How long is this trailer tie?
A shopper on Dec 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: About 2 feet. Just a caution, do not leave these exposed to the elements (ie, leave them hanging in your trailer). They will shred apart, and essentially leave your horse loose.