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Tarp Door Hook (Single)

$1.90

These hooks make connecting your tarp door to you stake a breeze.  They have a special gate that is diesigned to click on shock cord or thin line.  They can be used whenever you need a quick disconnect.  These are hooks that bullied mitten hooks on the playgraound. Produced in the USA by Tato Gear

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These hooks make connecting your tarp door to you stake a breeze.  They have a special gate that is diesigned to click on shock cord or thin line.  They can be used whenever you need a quick disconnect.  These are hooks that bullied mitten hooks on the playgraound. Produced in the USA by Tato Gear

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Weight 0.45 g
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SKU TAT011

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  1. Question

    Admin RyanOHare

    What size cord will fit through these?

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      The hole for the cord can be 1/8th and the hook part works best with 3/32 shock cord.

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  2. Billy Ray

    5 out of 5

    Billy Ray

    I bought 4 of these for my tarp doors.

    I bought 4 of these for my tarp doors. They work great for hooking onto thin line that I bought from Dutch, both Zing It and Lash It.

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  3. Jonathan Deering

    5 out of 5

    Jonathan Deering

    These are awesome and make the doors (which I generally despise) much more manageable.

    These are awesome and make the doors (which I generally despise) much more manageable. A million uses for these. Weightless and sturdy. Thanks for the amazing innovation and super fast shipping.

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  4. Geoff Bubas

    5 out of 5

    Geoff Bubas

    Versatile

    I also use these to secure my side tie outs to my tarp’s triangles instead of staking them out so there’s less to trip over. Way stronger than a simple mitten hook.

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  5. Kim

    5 out of 5

    Kim (verified owner)

    Great Little Piece of Hardware

    I bought 4 of these for my new tarp. 18″ of shock cord and a hook on each door flap made for a super easy and secure closure. I love not having to struggle with tieouts in the dark or from the inside!

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  6. Karen

    5 out of 5

    Karen

    Great little hooks

    Bought these for my DIY winter tarp to easily connect or disconnect the doors. They work great!

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  7. Chris C.

    5 out of 5

    Chris C.

    Less stakes to carry

    Because of these marvelous hooks, I don’t need to carry the 4 stakes to guy out my tarp door corners. Instead, I hook them onto the guylines attached to my perimeter tieouts. They are tied to adjustable guylines, so that they can still reach the perimeter tieouts however wide I stake out my winter tarp. Connecting and disconnecting them are quick. It helps if you pivot the hook during disconnect.

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  8. Asa

    5 out of 5

    Asa (verified owner)

    Just plain easy to use

    I recently made a winter 12 tarp and was looking for a way to manage my doors. I found these and decided to give them a try. I put them on the end of some shock cord and they are wonderful. With the doors deployed they fit right onto the tieouts. When not deployed I have the two doors on each side attached to each other by attaching these to the opposite corners. Awesome, light and they do a great job.

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  9. Rooster

    5 out of 5

    Rooster

    Great hooks

    These hooks make closing the tarp door simple.

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  10. Question

    Admin Ben

    Would Fleaz work just as well for doors?
    Why would you use Door Hooks over Fleaz? To save money?

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    • admin

      It is a matter of personal preference and how you want to set up your system. I use tarp door hooks for my set up and they work well. I do see how the fleaz would be an option as well. Maybe you could use tarp door hooks for all but one and have the flea as the adjustable entryway door??? ?
      I would suggest setting up and seeing what you like if you have that availability.

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