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Is it me or is there not a whole lot of places to tie hook tie downs to when trailering the Teryx.

Where has everyone been running their straps to?
 

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I just added more hook points on my trailer because its hard to get the Teryx tied down without hitting the body. I bought some short tie down straps that wrap around the A arms and then to my tie downs, that helped alot. The best thing I have seen so far is the wheel straps that hook to the floor of the trailer, the guy I saw just had one for the front and back wheel on opp. sides of the teryx. The suspension will move but the tires are glued, and its quick to hook up!
 

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I am interested to see those wheel tie downs. I do not suppose you have a link by chance?
 

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Thanks, I appreciate that.

I will look around as well :)
 

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Hey DP, I just went on yahoo and typed in Tire bonnet tie downs. There is a large list of tire hold down straps.........also I found an interesting site called rachetstrapssuck.com. They have an unique hold down systam for atvs
 

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I don't have any yet, and I hope someone out there might have some experience with some of them. It would be nice to be able to check them out in person, just to see how well they are put together............
 

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I bought a set on EBAY and then found a set at Harbor Frieght. The H/F hold downs are great, cheaper, and they are plenty stout for the Teryx. Most of the time I only use one on each side and it never moves, put all 4 on and its never gonna move........

You might have to order them at Harbor Freight , some stores might not keep them in stock
 

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I hook the winch to something on the trailer and clinch a little. On the back, I lift the dump bed put a wide strap across, and clinch tight. Lower the bed, and I’m done. Seems to work fine for me.
 

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i just have a strap hooked to the winch plate,and my gate on my trailer up
 

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I use the winch in the front and a ratchet strap in the rear with a shackle pull bar in the hitch reciever. Strap it in the rear first and then let the winch pull to the front until the suspension sinks down good. Seems to hold pretty well.
 

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I have 4 hooks in the floor , I use rachet straps and hook them onto the a arms near the frame. seems to work in my toybox.
 

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Carefull using only the winch to hold down the front. I have seen them slip before, even though they are not supposed to. Throw at least one strap on the front as well. Better safe than seeing your toy bounce down the road.
 

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Thats how I do mine!

I use the winch in the front and a ratchet strap in the rear with a shackle pull bar in the hitch reciever. Strap it in the rear first and then let the winch pull to the front until the suspension sinks down good. Seems to hold pretty well.
 

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I've had the winch slip also on an atv....I do not rely on it. I just snug the winch, but put fair pressure on the wide strap in the back.
 
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