faced with needing a way to secure a tarp when the grommet is missing or
not in the right position? I always seam to have that problem. Iíve found the simplest clamp we all should have designed
and didnít. Kinda makes
me mad I didnít, but thatís life.
Neat name too BITE TITE.
As you can see from the pictures, you can add a rope or stretchy cord to
any location on any tarp or awning material the Tight Clamp can get a
hold on. Iím used them on
my Lowe Pit Boat tarp cover since last fall and they are still holding
on like the champ they are. Iíve
started carrying eight (two factor bags) in my Suburban just in case I
need to trap something. I
always carry a trap and stretch cords so it makes since to add the BITE
I may need to haul something on the roof or sticking out the back
that I want covered, or I may want to make sure I keep the Suburban
BITE TITE requires no grommets and really are the ultimate tarp clamp.
They are versatile, reusable and super strong.
Mine have been out in the weather all winter and they look just
like new. Iíve not
adjusted the tarp on the Strip Boat even once due to their secure even
firm grip on the tarp. BITE
TITE even allowed me to ignore the missing grommets and just fasten the
tarp where I needed.
you need some BITE TITE fasteners call LINCO at 517 543-0971 to find
your local dealer. I got
mine direct and you can too.
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