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How to Install Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs

Give yourself instant and easy access to a secure tie-down point with a flush-mounted retractable tie down from Bull Ring. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/bull-ring-retractable-tie-downs/ to learn more. It's easy to install using just a screwdriver, as you'll see in this video. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com


 


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Fast Facts: Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs
These stainless steel tie down rings are rated to 1,000 pounds and can accommodate two standard hooks or straps. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/bull-ring-retractable-tie-downs/ to learn more about the Bull Retractable Tie Downs. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Fast Facts: Bull Ring Retractable Tie Downs Video Transcripts: Shawn Herrick here with RealTruck.com, and today we're going to talk a little bit about this Bull Retractable Tie Down. As you can see, it is very easy to pull up. Once retracted down, it sits flush with the truck bed rail. When you pull it up and you go to tie something down, keep in mind that it can hold 1,000 pounds. It's available in stainless steel and black finish and sold in pairs.





Du-Ha Receiver Hitch Caddy Product Demo
Keep your hitches in one, easy-to-reach place in your truck bed with the receiver caddy from Du-Ha. Go to http://www.realtruck.com/du-ha-receiver-hitch-caddy/ to learn more. The hitch caddy will hold up to two receivers securely fastened. You can even add on a no-drill installation bracket and lock to get the most out of the caddy. 877-216-5446 http://www.RealTruck.com Du-Ha Receiver Hitch Caddy Product Demo Video Transcript: You've done towing the trailer. Now you have the receiver. What are you going to do with it? Throw it in the back of the truck, let it fly around? Not anymore. We have for you the Receiver Caddy. This unit will keep up to two receivers securely fastened into the bed of your truck or SUV. Before securing your Receiver Caddy into position, sit the base, making sure that you have ample distance to get your receiver out. Secured. Placing the receivers in the holder is very simple. Take the locking pin, find the locator hole, put the bar to the inside. An optional accessory includes this padlock to keep your receivers locked in place.





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Installation of a Brophy Recessed Trailer D-Ring Tie Down - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/Trailer-Cargo-Control/Brophy/RR5K.html All right. Today on this flatbed trailer were going to install part number RR5K. This is Brophys Recessed Trailer D Ring, the tiedown kit with the backing plate and hardware. In this case, were going to install into the floor, onto the plank. Were going to center up as best as possible. Well be using the backing plate first. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





Pop Up Tie Down Hooks Truck Bed Stake Pockets - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-demo_bully_truck_hooks_wtd810.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. This is a really neat device that fits in the stake bed pocket of your pickup truck and when you're not using it, the device lays flat. So this will work well with some of the tonneau covers out there. This also works well with bed rail caps which we'll do an install on a vehicle with some plastic bed rail caps on the vehicle. We'll install this into the pocket on the bed rail here. You set it the way you want it and you simply tighten down the screws. There you have it, it's completely installed. Now with the flip of a switch it will be ready to tie down what you have in the back of your truck. To retract it, simply push down back into place. There you have it for part # WTD-810, the Bully pop-up truck hooks.





Review of BoatBuckle Cargo Tie Downs Trailer Cargo Control IMF14256 - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/BoatBuckle/IMF14256.html Today we are going to review Part Number IMF14256. These are the BoatBuckle G2 Retractable, Ratcheting, Transom Tie-Down Straps. These tie-downs will make securing your boats transom to your trailer quick and hassle free. They feature a quick release, self-retracting design. They are stainless steel construction and are a permanent bolt-on installation. These will tighten down quickly with the sure-grip rubber coated handle which makes it easy to grip and control with one hand. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





New invention tie down anchor system for trucks.
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Installation of the Brophy Recessed Trailer D-Ring Tie Down - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/Brophy/RR5K.html Today on our enclosed trailer, we're going to be installing the Brophy Recessed Trailer D-Ring Tie-down with backing plate and hardware rated for 5,000 pounds, part number RR5K. Let's go over how the D-ring actually works. You simply pull it up so that it is on an upright position where you will simply hook your tie-down to the D-ring. When not using your D-ring, you simply push it back down and it will be levelled with the floor. Now, to begin with, we need to choose a location to mount our new D-ring tie-down. Once we have this location chosen, it's a good idea to check underneath the trailer and make sure that there's not crossmember or anything else that maybe in the way that won't allow you to drill a hole or put the backing plate underneath. Now that we've done all these and we've measured our exact location, we'll go ahead and take a pilot bit on our hole saw and go ahead and drill down before we actually use the hole saw to cut the hole. Now for our hole saw, we're going to be using a 3-1/4 inch hole saw. Now because this is a plywood floor trailer, we're going to actually have to go ahead and drill all the way through because the top portion of the D-ring will go through the bottom of the plywood. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





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truck bed tie down problem solved.
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Master Lock Truck Bed Security Lock Review - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/tv-Review-8287DAT-Master-lock.aspx Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information. Today we are going to review part number 8287DAT from Master Lock, the truck bed security you lock and also accompanying part number 78DPF this is their Master Lock 10 millimeter braided security cable. First thing we will go over is the components of the lock itself. You can see it has the mount that goes to the truck bed itself, the actual lock, and the U bolt part and then also it comes with an Allen key and also a set of keys. This unit we will mount to the truck bed in two different ways. First off as shown here that the hardware is used to install it to the stake pocket on the top of the bed itself. This lock can also replace one of the tie down points on the bed of the vehicle. To begin our install what we are going to have to do is actually take apart the lock and that is a good way to show you how it works. 00:41





Review of the Erickson Heavy-Duty Bull Ring Retractable Anchor - etrailer.com
http://www.etrailer.com/Erickson/EM4001.html Today we're going to be taking a look at the Erickson Heavy Duty Bull Ring Retractable Anchor Point rated at 1,000 pounds in a two pack, part number EM4001. The bull rings provide accessible points for ratchet straps, bungee cords, and cargo netting. The retractable design lets you easily snap the ring up or down. No drilling is required for this installation. Please check the measurements of your anchor against your truck to ensure a proper fit. To install the anchor points we'll first need to remove these two silver screws. Now there are two levers here which we'll need to insert one of the levers into one side of the stake pocket hole first. Now with the first tab under the pocket, we'll go ahead and tilt downward, then scoot it over, allowing the second tab to fall into place. Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.





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