Tips for Installing Your BullRing Truck Tie-Downs

tie down installation

If you’re someone who regularly transports important gear, toys or tools from one place to another in the bed of your truck, you may already be familiar with BullRing’s truck tie down anchor points. Designed to help hold your cargo in place and keep it from breaking loose, sliding around or otherwise accruing damage.  BullRing’s truck tie-downs are the result of many years of market research and ample time spent perfecting the product.

Affordable, effective and easy to install, BullRing’s products are sure to meet truck owners every need when hauling cargo. All of our quality truck anchor points feature a 1,000lb. capacity and 330lb. working load limit rating.  Meaning they can secure a significant amount of weight once they’re installed around the top of your truck’s bed rail.

Retractable Tie-Downs: Ready When You Need ‘Em

BullRing’s truck tie-downs are either spring or gravity-loaded and retract out of sight when not in use, so they stay out of the way and remain unobtrusive.




Truck Tie Down Installation Tips and Techniques

To successfully install your Bull Ring truck tie-downs, take the following steps:

  1. Drop the tie-down assembly unit into place. Lift the D-ring for easy access to the locking screws on either side of the ring.
  2. Use either a star or Phillips head screwdriver to tightly secure the screws.
  3. Ensure that the Bull Ring tie-down is sitting securely on the base plate. Made of either plastic or stainless steel.
  4. Repeat as necessary for additional tie-downs.

That’s it! Tie down Installation takes no more than 30 seconds. The process is easy enough for virtually anyone to do without enlisting professional help. Once your tie-downs are securely in place, it’s time to saddle up and hit the road. Now you can safely rest assured your gear won’t budge.

If you have any questions about this or just want to get your hands on the highest quality tie downs around, contact BullRing USA today!


NOTE:  We’ve updated a previous version of this article that was published in December 2012.