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NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing

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Make your own custom length straps. 1500 lb. tensile strength polypropylene webbing. The same material we use in our 1" HD Straps.
  • This webbing comes with "NRS" woven into the webbing.
  • If you would like the webbing cut into specific lengths, please indicate in order comments during checkout or call NRS.
  • Webbing is sold by the foot.
We cannot guarantee the strength of custom straps.

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Size: 1"
Material: Polypropylene
Tensile Strength: 1500 lbs.
Elongation : Static

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5.0

Awesome product!

By Oliver

from Eastern Oregon

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Pros

  • Economical
  • Strong

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      Comments about NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing:

      I purchased 100' of this NRS strapping and some of the cam buckles. I took it all to my local leather/saddle shop. In one afternoon the guy made me 12 custom straps and saved me around $50. The money I saved helped get me to the river. The strapping, buckles and Leatherman's work stood up to the Salmon River (Ruby and Lake Creek) at 68,000 cfs :)

      Thank you NRS!!

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      5.0

      exactly what it is

      By Brooksy

      from Prineville,or

      Verified Buyer

      Comments about NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing:

      it is exactly what it is and works great for making your own custom straps, or what ever you want to make.

       
      5.0

      Great strap

      By Brooksy

      from Prineville,or

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            Comments about NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing:

            Look for a better price on the web I doubt you find one. I ordered this and cam buckles fromnrs and sewed up my own custom straps. They are schweet.

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            • NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing

              Q:

              Good Afternoon,
              I've got some 9ft lengths that are starting to wear after several years of use. The buckles are still good. If I order some replacement lengths do both ends come sealed to prevent shredding? If not, what is the best way to seal those ends? I assume some sort or heating process or glue.
              Thanks
              Val
              Asked on 6/11/2015 by Val from United States

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                A:

                Soldering iron works well
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                Answered on 6/12/2015 by Anonymous
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                They should come w/ the ends neatly heat sealed. Simplest method for DIY is cut w sharp heavy duty scissors and carefully melt the end w/ a lighter or candle. It doesn't need to be directly in the flame. Try not to char. Gently press molten material to shape as desired.
                If buckle is sewn on, replacing the webbing securely and neatly is probably your bigger issue.
                Sent from my iPhone

                Answered on 6/12/2015 by Anonymous
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                We've been using the straps commercially for several years. We occasionally
                get a shredded end from the strap having been dragging down the highway.
                Easy fix, just cut off the bad end at a 45 degree angle and flame the new
                cut with a propane torch to seal it.

                Answered on 6/12/2015 by canoecactus from michigan
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                Val
                I sometimes buy the webbing in bulk and cut to length. Just use a "lighter" like the butane lighter we use to light the BBQ - Scripto or Bic. Best to get one with the long tube, so that the flame and where you hold the lighter have some distance between them. A regular cigarette lighter can heat up quickly and be hard to hold onto. Be careful not to hold the flame too close, or for too long in the same spot as it will burn the webbing, just go back and forth - holding the lighter about 1-2 inches from the web, and keep the flame moving!
                Hope this helps,
                Stephen

                Answered on 6/11/2015 by Stephen from Pueblo CO
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                I cut the strap at a 45 degree angle with a sharp sewing shears then melt the end with a match. Before the strap cools down smack the end with a hammer, else it may get too thick to fit through a buckle.
                TJ

                Answered on 6/11/2015 by TJ from Pacific Northwest
              • Staff Reviewer

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                Val, we use a hot knife to cut webbing and rope; it seals the meltable material as it cuts it. If you just want to buy a length of webbing and cut it to individual lengths, you can melt the end with a heat source like a lighter. Then, while it's still molten, use something like a metal putty knife to mash the hot material out flat, so it'll thread easily through the jaws of the cam buckle.

                Answered on 6/11/2015 by Clyde from NRS
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                The ends are sealed. When I've boughten rolls to make my own length we used a hot knife used to cut rope. You can use a razor to cut the lengths and perhaps a lighter to seal the ends, the problem with this is the cut/heated end tends to be kinda rough and uneven which can make it more difficult ti thread through the cam buckle.
                Hope this helps.
                Steve
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                Answered on 6/11/2015 by Ihavenoname from Lake Tahoe
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                It is very easy to seal the ends of any webbing; simply use a lighter which will quickly melt the ends.
                -Ben
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                Answered on 6/11/2015 by Anonymous
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                Cutting them with a hot knife (for rope and webbing) or burning the ends is
                the best way to prevent fraying.. hope this helps!

                Answered on 6/11/2015 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing

              Q:

              Is this webbing designed to be used for hoisting - could it be used as part of a pulley system to store a kayak on a garage ceiling? Would it be durable? Or is it just for tie down purposes?
              Asked on 1/25/2013 by Al from United States

              5 answers

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                A:

                My kayak at this minute is being held up against the ceiling of my garage by NRS straps and has been for 6 years. The work great for many things... both holding things up and holding things down.
                Stay thirsty, my friends
                Dan

                Answered on 1/27/2013 by Handy Dandy from Coeur d'Alene, ID
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                It's certainly strong enough. Webbing isn't ideal for use in a pulley system; we've got a number of ropes that would be a better choice. While you're making your plans, take a look at the Kayak/SUP Hanger, Item #1588.

                Answered on 1/28/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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                Yes, the webbing would be fine for hoisting boats and kayaks.
                I wouldn't use it in a life safety issue unless its the only thing you have and a life depended on it. Otherwise super strong.
                Steve
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                Answered on 1/25/2013 by Steve from Reno, NV
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                Good Morning Al,
                We use the webbing both to tie down 5 high stacks of rafts on our raft
                trailers, as well as several kayaks at a time on open utility trailers. We
                do also use them to suspend boats from the ceiling. Curiously enough we
                presently have a stamped turn-of-the-century log suspended from our office
                ceiling using these straps. If your pulleys accommodate the straps, don't
                hesitate to use them to suspend and store your kayak. And indeed, they are
                terribly durable. We've been using them out in the elements for as long as I
                can remember, so be assured they're gonna outlive you if there work life
                will be indoors. Hope this helps.. Mark

                Answered on 1/26/2013 by Anonymous
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                It can be used for all hoisting , durable, part of a pulley system and tie
                down very good product I have several straps

                Answered on 1/26/2013 by Anonymous
            • NRS 1" Heavy-Duty Webbing

              Q:

              Will this withstand the jaws of a BUGG (Boston Terrier/Pug mix) that currently can zap through 1" webbing from the fabric store when it is pulled taught? If it does I will buy some to make some leads! He is forever 'freeing' my Wheaten. Thanks!
              Asked on 10/22/2012 by Stevie from Cleveland, NY

              6 answers

              • Staff Reviewer

                A:

                It's strong but not chew-proof!

                Answered on 10/22/2012 by Clyde from NRS
              • VERIFIED BUYER

                A:

                My sons Lab went through single ply nylon straps fairly fast, look for some strapping that is doubled over and sewn, this is great webbing I use to hold canoes down. My guess is its to light for dogs. Good luck Randy
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                Answered on 10/22/2012 by Anonymous
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                I don't know, but I doubt that it will, you can cut it with sciss ors .

                Answered on 10/22/2012 by Anonymous
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                These straps will hold like 2500 pounds or something like that. But if you rub it along a saw blade it will cut just like your dogs teeth. They will hold a raft full of stuff on the Colorado River while you take a hike up a slot canyon, but if you tie up your boat and the strap is raking along a piece of Grand Canyon travertine it won't be there when you get back. They only thing that will withstand the jaws of Buggs is a steel cable... or get a dog that doesn't need to chew on things.
                Stay thirsty, my friends
                Dan

                Answered on 10/22/2012 by Handy Dandy from Coeur d'Alene, ID
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                No
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                Answered on 10/23/2012 by Anonymous
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                I'm sorry but I truly think this will only slow him down just a bit. If you are sewing it yourself I'd try to find some tubular webbing (I have some I can sell you if you cant find it) and run some plastic coated cable through the center of it. That might just work a little better. Good luck. Connor @ ****@***.***

                Answered on 10/23/2012 by Connor from Spokane, WA
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