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...

Tie-Down Violation – Jeep

This is more macrame than Mac’s. The good thing is the owner is using 2″ straps. The bad thing is that the overabundance of webbing turned this 10-minute tie down into more than likely a half hour artistic project. The generic big-box-store tie downs are...

Choose the Tie Downs the Pros Use

SEMA: A Can’t-Miss Automotive Event SEMA is the largest automotive aftermarket industry trade show. Whether you’re a fan following on social media, a manufacturer unveiling the latest products or a builder showcasing an award-winning vehicle, SEMA is a...

Tie-Down Violation – Race Car

Assuming that the front of the vehicle is as badly secured as the rear, we once again hope that the driver made it to his final destination without incident. Using one tie-down strap on the rear of the vehicle is not only extremely unsafe but illegal as well. The lone...

Choosing the Right Anchor Point

How to Choose the Right Anchor Point:  Mac’s has a wide selection of anchor points including recessed, surface amount, idlers and more. But how do you know which is the best choice for your specific tie-down straps, application or trailer? We’ve created an...