Hide-A-Hook Tie Downs
- 400 lbs. Tensile Strength
- Available In Black & Stainless Steel Finishes
- Patented "Now You See It, now You Don't" Design
- No-Drill Installation
- Shipping In Pairs
- Made in the USA - Portage, Wisconsin
PendaForm Hide-A-Hook tie downs are a great addition to any truck bed. These PendaForm tie downs are available in stainless steel or black. The PendaForm hide a hook tie downs are mounted in the stake pocket holes, making for a fast and easy installation.
The hide a hook tie downs are uniquely shaped to cater to straps & ropes, and withstands up to 400 lbs. The Patented "Now you see it, now you don't" design allows for easy access, as well as safe keeping while not in use.
The PendaForm hide a hook tie downs are giving all other tie down manufacturers a run for their money, when it comes to strength, durability and looks. Keep your belongings secure with these extra durable cargo tie down hooks. Made by PendaForm.
The Hide-A-Hook Tie Downs by PendaForm is an easy at home no drill installation. For additional information call us at 1-877-216-5446 or 701-253-5906.
Product Reviews Summary
|Ease of Installation||4.6|
|Price / Value||4.3|
|39 Customer Reviews|
|Look good and easy to install, but not very strong. These cannot be used for cinching down an item like a motorcycle.|
|I had a set of these on my previous 1996 GMC they worked great tie down my KTM 530 exc and friend bikes with them. They always worked well. Well until i put them on my Ram. You cut through the plastic bed rails to install them. Simple. The instructions showed to instal over the bed rail and tighten down may be this was the problem because I tied my KTM in and just turned atound the truck in the driveway and the front right Hide-a-Hook slid back and poped out and down came my bike and the handle bars poked a hole right through my bed and the Hide-A-Hook snapped around and put a ding just outside my bed rail. It bent the Hide-a-Hook plate up. Needless to say I was not very pleased to modify my new $50K truck in such a fashion. I took out the hooks to examine how this happened and how it could be prevented in the future. On the Ram the Front hooks have room to slide back which is unfortunately the way they are going to be pulling most of the time. However, the back hook do not have room to side forward which is the direction they are going to be pulling most of the time. When I speak of room to slide I mean the room in the post hole for the anchoring to move. After I bent the plates straight again, I fabricated aluminum shim plates that fit with the screws going through them and backing up to the vertical central ledge on the backing plate. The shim plate is just the same size as the inside dimensions of the post hole. So when the backing plate is tighten to the outside cover plate the shim plate will be sandwiched inbetween but will create a bushing to catch the metal of the bed and prevent the Hide-a-Hook from siding forward or back. I made 2 shim plates per hook one to the front and one to the back. If you mount the Hide-a-Hook directly to the metal of the bed, this problem probably wont happen because on my previous truck I never had and issue. But since the plastic of the bed rail was sandwiched between the backing plate and the outer cover plate this may have allowed this Hide-a-hook to slide back. I hope these tips help others to aviod the heart ache I experienced and maybe inspire Hide-a-Hook to include and shiming or bushing device with their product. Wish i could include pictures with this reveiw.|
|I was very impressed with the ruggedness and aerodynamic profile of these tie-downs when I opened the package. installation couldn't be easier, and no drilling to boot. I have used them quite often and would recommend them to anyone (in fact some of my friends have already purchased some). I purchased the black and the finish is quite durable and will last me a lifetime. They look super on any model truck especially since they are so inconspicuous.|
|The only difficulty in installing these was having to cut away the plastic rail covers over the stake-holes on the RAM. The hooks are solid, easy to use, but they maintain the sleek look, by staying flat until needed. A couple dollars more than some of the others on the market, but well worth it!|
|These are a great set of tie downs, very soild and nicey built. My only complaint is the o ring seals on the screws, no matter how you try and tighten the screws the o rings pop up and wrap the screw head. They still function great they just don't look to great.|
|These are an excellent addition to any truck. I had them on my last one and really used them. They're easy to install and quite sturdy. They're not camper tie-downs and should never be used for such things. REALTRUCK did a good job of getting them to me. I recommend them for anyone considering a moderate strength tie-down for things like tarps.|
|reliable product. Had on another truck before I sold it.|
Real Truck was great to deal with and will use again.
|Looks good and very solid construction|
|Over all a great product, But two things the package arrived missing one screw and the fit with the husky rail liners need a little work.|
|Easy to install on my 1983 Chevy truck|