The end of the combo axle strap
has a latching hook that can connect
to a tab near the adjustment ring for a
secure hold. You can utilize the combo
strap on A-arms, axles, roll cages,
frames and more. Each tie-down has
a webbing strength of 12,000 pounds.
Adjustable strap wraps come on each
of the four tie-downs to keep the strap
slack in check.
PUT THEM TO THE TEST
Depending on the trailer you own
and where your tie-down points are,
the strap length of Mac’s UTV pack is
just right. You won’t have to deal with
too much extra slack. Another plus is
that Mac’s sells tie-down hook points
that you can bolt onto your hauler to
make sure your machine hooks up the
same every time and is secure.
After we set up our trailer to connect
the Mac’s straps to our machine,
operation of the heavy-duty straps was
easy. The ratcheting system is the best
we have ever used. It works smoothly
and is easy to ratchet and release.
Depending on your trailer setup or
if you trailer different machines, the
swiveling direct hook on the ratchet
end may not be effective. For trailers
without deck tie-down points, we
suggest you purchase a few of Mac’s
axle straps that start at $15.95 each.
Wrap the strap around the railing of
your trailer and clip the end of the
ratchet’s hook to it. The combination is
The adjustable combo axle strap built
into each ratchet is easy to use, and
the latching hook on the end makes
you feel secure that you won’t lose your
strap off of your machine. When you
are all done hauling, wrap up the straps
and use the strap wraps and duffel bag
to easily stow the kit away.
Go to www.macscustomtiedowns.com
or call (800) 666-1586 to pick up your
own tie-down kit. They have many
different options to choose from, and
their straps come in six different colors:
black, blue, red, yellow, pink and
Mac’s custom tie-downs UTV
pack comes with a duffel bag to
store all four straps in to easily
transport the entire kit.