Bull Accessories, also known as Bull America, has some of the best-selling, strongest truck bed anchor points in America. Trucks have and will probably always be the vehicle bought the most so why not have a good reason for bull rings. Trucks are a double threat, carrying both people and cargo.
Bull Accessories has been looking at the weak points of truck tie downs for over 30 years now. When trucks come from the assembly plant, they already have tie down anchors installed. The only problem is that they are not able to be accessed easily when the truck is loaded due to being hidden too far to reach. The result of learning these weak points is today's Bull Ring Retractable Tie Down.
When carrying cargo in the truck bed, it needs to be secured. The Bull Ring Anchor Point products easily install flush against the truck bed rail inside the stake pockets. This makes easier access and also maintains the correct angle of the tie down necessary to secure a full load. Not only is this a unique solution for cargo management, but securing cargo has never been quicker and easier.
Bull Accessories has three styles of tie downs; including the Bull Rings Retractable Tie Downs, Cleat Anchor Point Tie Downs, and Stake Pocket Tie Downs. Each one of these features a retracting ring design that allows your truck to maintain a clean sleek look when not in use. Base plates are available in black nylon or stainless steel for most trucks. Also available is a more traditional cleat and anchor point tie down constructed from stainless steel.
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