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Re: 460 brakes 2.0

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02-25-2020 10:24:31




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Bass it looks like you have a plate with a hole in it on the front already. If you used a shackle much the same as a clevis only the pin threads in to the clevis part you could then just put your chain through it to hold it down. ALso could put one chain with a loop through it then a binder on each side with the chain hanging loose in the middle. Thus 2 separate chains with one chain holding it both directions and legal. Or you could cut your chain in half and use for both sides that way. I have both on the truck for both short and long jobs. I also hook to the front of my stake pocket with the chain running up from the side closest to the item I am tying down so it doesn't bend my stake pocket and also has the full pocket holding the load. Another words in your picture there you would drop the chain down behind the pocket and come up on the front side then up to your tractor. The chain goes up the front side to hook then down under the pocket and up the back side. Then binder up by the tractor shackle and the same on the opposite side the small bit of chain hanging this way will not reach ro hit anything or catch while traveling. Can also adjust binder out some to use up part of the chain. I am sorry if this seems either to detailed or simplistic. Not intending to insult anybody with it, just how I do it and never lost anything that way. I have also just hooked to the bottom edge of the tractor frame rail on the front by the front bolster casting to keep it tight.

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