Organizing straps (keeping toolbox tidy)

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  1. blairandgretchen

    blairandgretchen Road Train Member

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    I end up with them strapped on top of the load, or behind it. They’re a pain in the rear. I need a rack for dunnage and one for tarps.

    There’s a lot of ‘stuff’ we’re expected to turn up with - it gets a bit ridiculous after a while. I’d rather drop in to a lumber yard for dunnage if it’s a big issue, and I’d rather not tarp unless it pays well.
     
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  3. earnies2

    earnies2 Medium Load Member

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    That's the understatement several tarps chains binders straps bunjies pipe stakes dunnage plastic corners cardboard corners portable winches and then some I prefer not to trap unless it pays good and I stay away from multiple stop loads
     
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