Pilot Automotive Truck Bed Accessories – Tie Down Anchors – WTD-823 Review – etrailer.com

Pilot Automotive Truck Bed Accessories – Tie Down Anchors – WTD-823 Review – etrailer.com


Today we are going to show you part number
WTD-823 from Bully, the stainless steel truck clamp. This is a nice device that clamps onto any
position along the bed of your truck to allow you to tie down virtually at any point on
your truck. These clamp onto the actual inside lip of
the truck bed and you can use this inside camper shells and a lot of tonneau covers
too. We will go ahead and install one here and
show you how it works. We will stick it inside our bed rail here,
you want the clamp open, put it up in there, and make sure it goes up as far as possible. We will get this out of our way, and then
there is a bolt at the bottom here which we will tighten up by hand and we will use a
ratchet to tighten it up the rest of the way. There you have it, an instant tie down point. There you have it for part # WTD-823 the stainless
steel truck clamp. Bully, Clamp Truck Bed Moveable Tie Down,
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3 Replies to “Pilot Automotive Truck Bed Accessories – Tie Down Anchors – WTD-823 Review – etrailer.com”

  1. You can order the Bully Truck Bed Tie Down Clamps at our website, etrailer. In the top right corner, click the search button. The part number for these clamps is #WTD-823. You can place an order online or by calling our customer service team at 1-800-298-8924.
    Let us know if we can help you with anything else.

  2. I spoke with my contact at Pilot on the Pilot Automotive Tie Down Anchors, part # WTD-823, and if it has a load capacity rating. He explained that if the tie down mounts are installed to the truck beds side rail correctly, it will hold a load that will cause the trucks side rails to cave in before the tie down will break. He said that was how they tested the tie downs on a truck.

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