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...

Tie-Down Violation – Wrecked SUV

We get a rare look at the front and rear of this tie down situation. Just because the vehicle is wrecked does not mean the tie-down attempt should match. Overall, the straps are insufficiently rated for this vehicle. Most likely only 2,500-3,000-pound breaking...

Don’t Fall Short With Your Tie Downs

If You Haul It, Mac’s Can Secure It Whether heading to the trail, or on the trail itself, Mac’s has tie-down solutions to keep all your Fall gear secure and help keep you moving. ATV Tire Nets Adjustable ATV Tire Nets utilize our 1″ webbing and fit...

Tie-Down Violation Truck

Tie-Down violations like the one pictured above remind us that we have an obligation to provide the industry proper tie-down education.  If you have question call us at 800-666-1586 . That’s what we’re here for! The tie-down strap at the rear is wrapped...

The Tie-Down Debate: Cross vs. Don’t Cross

The Debate: Crossing Straps vs. Not Crossing Straps Crossing straps versus not crossing straps has been long debated.  After more than 25 years we’ve seen a lot, and put together our thoughts and recommendations.  Remember that many factors affect your tie-down...