Lever Chain Load Binders

Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders
Lever Chain Load Binders

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Lever Chain Load Binders

    3/8 inch Lever Load Binders make your job easier and give you peace of mind when you know your cargo, load is secured by these Heavy Duty Lever Binders with the higher working load limit than lower grade binders. 



Normally we will ship the orders within 24 hours after the confirmation of your payment; however, we will contact you if your order does not ship within 2 business days. A tracking number will be provided by email to you upon shipment.  


All returns must be made within 30 days of delivery. Return must be approved before being sent back. The buyer is responsible for any cost related to returning the merchandise. The shipping charges are non-refundable; a 20% restocking fee will be applied on all the returns.


Our liability for defectives on any product shall not exceed its replacement cost. Any abuse or modification of the product voids the warranty. Please contact us if you have any questions.


Production & Assembled in the USA

100% Satisfaction Guaranteed

Fast Shipping

  • ⭐Working Load Limit:
    1/4" - 5/16"       
    2600 lbs
    5/16" - / 3/8"   
    5400 lbs
    3/8" - 1/2"         
    9200 lbs
    1/2" - 5/8"       
     13000 lbs

  • ⭐What are Lever Chain Binders?
    Lever chain binders, also known simply as lever binders, are tools used to secure and tighten chains around a load for transportation. They are commonly employed in the trucking and cargo industry to prevent loads from shifting during transit. Lever chain binders use a lever mechanism for tensioning the chain and ensuring that it remains securely fastened.

  • ⭐Key features of lever chain binders:
    Lever binders utilize a lever to tighten the chain. The lever is manually operated to take up the slack in the chain and create tension.
    Speed: Lever binders are generally faster to use compared to ratchet binders. The lever mechanism allows for quicker tensioning, making them suitable for applications where speed is essential.
    Strength Requirements: Using lever binders may require more physical strength compared to ratchet binders. The operator needs to apply force to the lever to achieve the desired tension.
    Take-Up: Lever binders typically have a shorter take-up than ratchet binders. Take-up refers to the distance the binder can accommodate in chain stretch.

Heavy-Duty Lever Snap Load Binder for Towing and Hauling

Lever Binder (snap binders) use leverage to tighten and secure the load.

  • This binder is professionally designed for the user to release the binder tension without any kickback of the handle typical of a lever style binder.
  • This load binder is easier and quicker to use than a ratchet binder
  • the lever load binders have a lightweight handle that reduces the risk of recoiling and snapbacks for the operator.
  • Because of their simpler construction, lever binders are typically easy to install.
  • This means the binder has fewer pieces and can be fastened and released more rapidly. Also, made to work as an easy-to-use assembly.
  • It comes Equipped with a lever, with a tension hook on each end. The lever is used to add more tension to the force applied to a tie-down.

Transportation Chains and clevis hooks Sold Separately G70

Why make multiple stops for what you need?

  • It meets requirements for high-test, transport
  • Grade 70 chains provide a higher safe working load than lower grade chains, but weigh the same.
  • Our transport chain has been Rated and certified for transporting loads on flat beds as well as hauling vehicles,

Chain binders, also known as load binders, chain boomers, trailer binders, tie down binders, and flatbed binders, are devices that are used to secure freight for transportation by tightening the transport chain.

Because chain binders may take a wide range of chain diameters, it's critical to pay attention to the binder's and chain's WLL (Working Load Limit) or Breaking Strength if relevant.