UT Pioneer Tool Rack Replacement Straps (5 different colors)

Valence

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I make these myself.

$35 per set of 4 straps + shipping
Located in Kaysville, UT 84037

These straps are designed to replace the oft missing, damaged, or sun rotted straps on military pioneer tool racks found on many military vehicles such as M35A2 / M35A3 (deuce and a half), any of the M39, M44, M809 and M939 series trucks, and possibly Jeeps and others. Keep your tools securely mounted; you never know when you'll need them to dig out a stuck rig or dispose of a body. Not intended for life safety devices.

Features:
  • Updated: Now a set of four straps!
    • 12.5″ (31.7 cm) long (qty. 3) , 19.5″ (49.5 cm) long (qty. 1)
  • 1″ (25 mm) wide webbing.
    • MIL-W-4088: Olive Drab (OD7), Camo Green 483, Coyote, Foliage, Red, Black
      • Nylon
      • Type XVII, ~0.05″ (~1.4mm) thick, 2500 lb (~1134 kg) breaking strength webbing, resin treated for abrasion resistance.
    • Repurposed Vintage mil-spec Dark Green Cotton
      • Please note, the Dark Green Cotton was unstitched from NOS webbing gear so it will show signs of previous stitching and it has a little stretch to it.
      • 100% Cotton
      • ~0.10″ (2.5 mm) thick
      • Mildew resistant & water repellent treated.
    • MIL-W-43638: Vintage Natural color Cotton
      • 85% Cotton & 15% Fortisan
      • Type I, ~0.07″ (approx. 1.8 mm) thick, 600 lb (~272 kg) minimum breaking strength webbing
      • Low stretch
      • Mildew resistant & water repellent treated.
  • Black coated, solid brass tip, genuine mil-spec, meets MS51926B-3.
  • Mil-spec spring buckle clamp, genuine mil-spec, meets MS51929A-2.
  • Heavy, visible outdoor polyester or nylon stitching, UV resistant, anti-wick.
Made in the U.S.A. with new and military surplus U.S.A. parts.

NOTE: I do not certify nor guarantee assembled breaking strength. Webbing specifications provided for informational use only. Not intended as seat belts or life safety devices.

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These straps are designed to be installed on a Military Pioneer Tool Rack similar as shown below:
(click to enlarge)

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Valence

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If you'd like to save a few dollars, I still have a few of older 3-strap sets, made of slightly thinner (but still more than adequate) webbing:


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Camo Green 483

$20 each
qty 2 available
  • A-A-55301
    • Nylon
    • 1000 lb minimum breaking strength.
    • ~0.053″ (1.3 mm) thick


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Ranger

$17.50 each
qty 3 available, 1 sold

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Tan 380

$20 each
qty 1 available
  • MIL-W-17337
    • Nylon
    • 1200 lb minimum breaking strength
    • ~0.043″ (1.1 mm) thick
 
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Valence

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BIG bump!

I wanted to feel more comfortable and be certain that all the pioneers tools were secured with at least one strap each, I have increased the number of straps in this set from 3 to 4. I have kept the cotton ones available but have changed to a MUCH heavier nylon webbing with a more uniform set of colors to match my other straps. Price only slightly increased for improved webbing and a 4th strap.
 
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Valence

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Bumping to prevent thread deletion.

FYI: I will be out of my shop Saturday May 7th - Monday May 16th, 2022, so I may be slow to respond during that time.
 
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