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Margo

12-19-2020 07:45:18




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Saw a post about some bolt on trailer tie down hooks for chains. Can't seem to find post after search. Any help will be appreciated.




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showcrop

02-02-2021 04:58:12




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
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Yes, Vic. What seems to be not widely known because perhaps it is counter to the YTDOT mission is that the load securement regs were overhauled in maybe 2019 to become much less specific and knit picking like YTDOT likes it and instead be more performance driven like common sense people like it. It tells this at the top of the load securement regs in the FMCSA.

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DoubleO7

01-05-2021 17:02:20




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
It is a rub rail, why would you want anything protruding outside of the rub rail to get rubbed off??

Put the hook on the side of the stake pocket.



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showcrop

01-05-2021 09:51:18




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
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ZTR, how long ago? That rule was supposed to have been eliminated a few years ago. Go to FMCSA driver's handbook on load securement. You won't find it.



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ztrmowers

01-05-2021 11:15:01




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to showcrop, 01-05-2021 09:51:18  
2019 got stopped



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showcrop

01-04-2021 06:11:53




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  


Sure you did Vic. Likely story, LOL.



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VicS

01-04-2021 13:53:46




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to showcrop, 01-04-2021 06:11:53  
Maybe



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ztrmowers

01-05-2021 08:58:21




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to VicS, 01-04-2021 13:53:46  
i got stopped found it was not legal to have anything on outside of rub rail. all tie downs have to stay inside rub rail



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VicS

02-01-2021 20:42:15




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to ztrmowers, 01-05-2021 08:58:21  
I just watched a video with a Dot officer. You can have hooks and chain or straps on outside of rub rail. And tie to it anyway you want.



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VicS

01-03-2021 20:20:32




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
Our trailer has a stake pocket about every 20" plus a heavy strap welded to the outside of them from the front to the back. Drop hook thru stake pocket then bring hook back up outside pocket and hook to top of pocket. How would a D ring be better? Have already took front 2 chains off.



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Chris in SK

01-05-2021 06:09:44




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to VicS, 01-03-2021 20:20:32  
The drop in D-rings are a little better if you need to run straps back at 45 degrees. The straps just sit better, not rubbing on the edge of the trailer at an angle. With chains that doesn't really matter.....just drop them through the stack pockets as you say.



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ztrmowers

12-30-2020 07:20:25




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
does your trailer have stake pockets,i use ones that drop in those,you can move around where you need etc



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J Hamilton

12-30-2020 09:43:04




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to ztrmowers, 12-30-2020 07:20:25  
I looked at some like that in the store and was thinking about getting some. How do you like yours?



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ztrmowers

01-05-2021 08:54:34




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to J Hamilton, 12-30-2020 09:43:04  
they work fine,gives whole lot more options to tie down



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Margo

12-20-2020 07:01:51




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
Thanks



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SkipperII

12-19-2020 11:35:14




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 Re: Trailer Hooks in reply to Margo, 12-19-2020 07:45:18  
https://www.boltonhooks.com/
If you google, or type in bolt on hooks on your search function, quite a list comes up.



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