Bed Bolts - Pair, 1/2in., Model# 822820
Actually product wise there is nothing wrong with these bolts but they are not the length claimed on the website. They are 1 3/4 inches not 2 1/16. Which serves no purpose for installing on a 2x6 or 2x anything. Not long enough. Would be ok for plywood though
July 23, 2014
these anchor bolts are very well built and could be used on many types of equipment, rv, trucks, autos, where you wish to remove the tie down and leave the space unrestricked. cons, not made in usa.
August 24, 2012
Real nifty idea. When bolts are removed, no problem laying down a sheet of plywood. Just make sure you have plenty of clearance under the bed. The sockets that receive the bolts are rather long ( strong ).
August 13, 2012
Nice anchors, easy to install, heavy gauge
Really like these bed bolt tie downs. Pretty easy to install (if you're handy with a drill and don't mind crawling under your truck). Am using the tie downs to anchor a wheel chock for my motocycle, so they serve dual puposes. Anchor the wheel chock and tie down the front forks. Also purchased the "Buyers Aluminum Super Track Set — Model# ST93" to tie down the rear frame ... nice combination.
March 22, 2011
Just what I needed in the bed of my pickup.Extra tie down points. Highly recommended !
November 23, 2010
Installs between the bed ribs to make it almost smooth. 1/2 inch thread so should take a good load.
November 16, 2010
Tie down eyebolts
I installed two in the front of my truck bed and two at the back of the bed. When I have my toolbox in the bed, the front pair act as wingnuts in the floor of the box to hold it in. When I have something big to move (lawn tractor), I take the box out and screw all four in for tie down points. They're installed between the bed floor ribs so when the eyebolts are removed, there isn't anything sticking up past the ribs to snag 4'x8' sheets of drywall or plywood.
September 12, 2010
Great product for the price.when installed and not in use they are not in the way.
But when you need them they are Easy to set up and use.
March 23, 2009