|Starrr Products is a manufacturer of rigging products. We mfg Nylon Slings, Ratchet Assemblies, Tow Dollies, Axle Straps, Motorcycle Soft Ties, and anything else that lifts or holds down equipment or loads. We also have Aircraft Cable, Shackles, Chain & Chain Slings, Wire Rope, and Transport Chain.|
|We are available 24/7 for all your rigging needs. A vast majority of our products ship FREE.
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A vast majority of our products ship 100% FREE to the continental U.S., Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and any military address.
We are one of the largest Peerless Distributors in our part of the United States. We keep a massive stock on a majority of their products. When the Peerless factory is unavailable, we supply other distributors with their products. We sell to ALL distributors of Peerless.
Check out our HOT PRICED ITEMS (ALL FREE SHIPPING) store category. We are listing special items at a great price with guarenteed free freight to any continental U.S. zip code. Contact us if you are from Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico or any military address (most of these also ship free).
Our towing products are made out of the toughest domestic 12K material on the market.
Our Gator Line has been sold for years by the two top towing supply companies in the U.S. with 19,600 lb material. NOTHING competes with it! Contact ANY ebayer who has bought our products and ask how it performs.
We have ratchet binders up to 18,100 lbs for up to the 5/8 G80 chains necessary to tie down very large equipment. In the "Quickbinder" category (fold down handles), you will find in our store 7,100, 12,000, and 18,100 lb Quickbinder units. For regular ratchet binders, we have the 7100, 12,000 and 18,100 lb units.
We have chain slings and parts in the lifting categories G80 and G100 in our store. We can make ANY configuration of chain assembly available.
Send a message through the message center on technical questions. We are available 24/7 for help.
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