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Product DescriptionDesigned with three-point trailer tie-down safety in mind, this system should always be used in conjunction with a good winch strap, along with a transom or gunwale tie-down. Operation is simple. Extract the web to hook and ratchet to tighten. To release, just depress the one-touch release lever and unfasten the hook. Retractable strap extends from 14" to 43". 2,500-lb. capacity. Sold individually.
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Q:do you know how the tie-down attaches/mounts to the trailer?Asked on 5/26/2009 by David from TN
A:David, the BoatBuckle G2 Retractable Tie-Down has a hole on the back side and comes with a nut, bolt and washer. You permanently mount the tie-down with the hardware to a hole or an eye on your trailer. If you have any other questions, you can e-mail us through our website at www.boatbuckle.com.
MarlaAnswered on 5/29/2009 by * from Overtons
A:It bolts to the trailer directly under the wench hook on your boat. My trailer already had a spot for such a thing so I did not have to drill any holes. If you trailer does not have a hole pre-drilled, you'll need to drill one. The bolt that comes with the tie down is plenty long to go thru trailer tubing.Answered on 8/22/2009 by O Seay D from Kansas City, MO
A:Luckily my trailer had an angled support with a hole in it I could attach this to. If it had not been for that they provide you a bolt long enough to fit through a 4" trailer but they expect you to drill through both sides of the trailer to put the bolt through which is not impossible but will require a nice sharp bit and some patience.Answered on 8/28/2009 by SportsPhotog from Chandler, AZ
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