Tie-Down Violation – Next Level

This owner has really taken his tie-down skills to the “next level.” Because of the fender well blocking our view, we’ll assume the left rear wheel is secured just like the left front wheel. If that’s the case, there is nothing keeping this...

GripLockTies Now Available at Mac’s

GripLockTies™ are Now Available at Mac’s We’ve all experienced issues with standard zip ties. You can only use them one time. The rigid design could damage wires, cables or whatever you’re securing. Plus, they’re hard to cut loose. GripLockTies...

Van Conversions

Trust Mac’s for Van Conversion Materials and Preferred Partners  Van conversions are becoming more popular as adventurers explore the great outdoors in style and comfort. Mac’s VersaTie track, the NEW VersaTie hook, and all the VersaTie attachments keep...

Tie-Down Violation – Honda

Hopefully this vehicle is headed to the junkyard, in which case the owner should also leave the trailer.  None of the visible tie-down straps are routed around a significant part of the vehicle and utilize non-safety-style hooks. The blue strap at the rear is routed...

Tie-Down Violation – Neon

Even though this looks like a junkyard find, it’s still dangerous to other drivers when not properly secured to the trailer.  The front tie-down straps seem to be the only thing keeping the vehicle in place. Although, those non-safety-style hooks won’t do...

Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket

Down Easier with Mac’s Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket You can now create a permanent anchor point on your vehicle, removing the need for a separate axle strap. The Mac’s Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket helps keep your tie downs away from critical components...