Stainless Steel Raised Fit Retractable Tie-Down Anchors | ’98-12 Ford Ranger | ’98-14 Ford F150 and ’98-16 Ford Super Duty | ’99-13 Chevrolet/GMC | ’95-18 Dodge RAM | – Bullring 4003
Bullring’s are the premium tie-down anchor point for your truck. While the stock anchors points are inside the bed where it’s hard to reach, Bullrings retractable anchor points easily install into the stake pockets on top of your bed rails. Simply pop the stainless steel anchor ring up when you want to use it to secure a load, then hit it down flush when you don’t. Each is made from stainless steel for a 1000 lbs capacity, and comes with our “no bull” Lifetime Warranty. Sold as a Pair.
Our flush fit model sits level with the rail cap. The Stainless Steele finish provides a classic look, while the nylon border matches the exact grain and color the trucks railcaps.
Can be installed in the Front, Middle, or Rear stake pockets of your truck to get the most out of your tie-down anchors. Purchase 1, 2, or 3 pairs to fit those slots
Ford | Chevy/GMC | ’95-08 Dodge:
Installation is quick and easy, and requires nothing more than a Phillips head screwdriver. Remove any pop-out plastic rail cap covers on the truck bed. Remove the two Phillips head screwdrivers from the anchor. Hold onto the top plastic Bullring Cover, and guide the lower steele plate at an angle into the hole from the side of the bed. Once the lower plate is inside the stake pocket – let the plastic cover fall into place, and pull up on the steele anchor ring. This will suck up and catch the lower plate onto the trucks sheet metal. Hold the steele anchor ring up while you re-insert and tighten both Phillips screws. Typical install time – Under a minute.
DODGE RAIL CAP TRIM:
2009-2018 model Dodge trucks require a trim of the rail caps for the anchor points to be properly installed. (See video below for detailed instructions). We highly recommend using our custom router bits – they make the installation quick and easy, and create for a perfect cut every time.
- Front Stake Pockets – The scribe lines in the front of the rail caps are incorrect, and are actually larger than the stake pocket hidden underneath. For this installation we’ve developed a custom router bit that enables you to quickly and easily trim out the top plastic rail to perfectly match the steel pocket underneath. The design of our router bit incorporates 4 roller bearings that run along the steel pocket as a guide. It only cuts the plastic, without scratching or cutting the painted metal surface of the rail. Using this router bit gives you a perfect cut every time, and allows you to then place our Retractable Anchor into the now exposed stake pocket.
- Rear Stake Pockets – The rear stake pockets appear to be open, but in fact have plastic lip that covers over the metal bed. For our retractable anchors to be properly installed, that plastic lip must be removed so that our stainless steel plate makes contact with the metal bed. The easiest way to remove this plastic edge is to use our saw blade bit to cut the plastic lip just below the metal, then use our router bit to clean up the plastic on top. Alternatively you can use a razor blade to cut the plastic rail. The scribe lines on the rear of rail caps are correct. So carefully use that blade to cut out the plastic square along those scribe lines. Then remove the plastic piece, and install our retractable anchor.