D-rings and related products allow you to customize your trailer configuration. While they are most commonly used as anchor points for your tie down straps, D-rings have many applications in securing cargo and vehicles for storage or transport.
They are also ideal for increasing load efficiency - if you commonly move the same type of cargo, adding permanent D-rings to your trailer can simplify the setup process.
A D-ring is a piece of hardware, generally shaped like the letter D, that is typically secured either to a D-ring strap, a track system, or the surface of a truck or trailer. Once attached, they act as anchors in your load securement setup. They are compatible with most ratchet strap end hardware, including S hooks, snap hooks, grab hooks, and more.
Choosing the right trailer D-rings for your application depends on how you use your trailer:
Two of the most common construction materials are stainless steel and forged steel. Steel offers the strength and durability needed to hold even large and heavy cargo.
They come in a variety of styles, each with its own set of advantages.
Ideal for applications where you will be transporting motorcycles, snowmobiles, and other lightweight vehicles with points for multiple trailer tie down anchors.
The rings are stainless steel and are mounted with plastic, zinc or steel pan fittings. Since they are flush mount, the flat part of the fitting is designed to fit flush against the surface.
If your truck tie down anchors aren't in use 100% of the time, recessed trailer D-rings allow you to embed the fittings below the surface of your trailer walls or truck bed so they're out of the way when not needed.
In order to install these, you will need to create a hole in the floor or wall of your trailer.
This style gives you 360 degrees of flexibility for your cargo anchor points. The fitting is also recessed, so you can fold it out of the way when not in use.
Mounting brackets allow you to install cargo anchor points in tighter spaces with a smaller surface area.
Weldable or lashing rings are crafted from forged steel with a weld-on bracket that allows it to rotate 180 degrees to accommodate many sizes of cargo. Welded rings offer superior strength for heavy loads.
Other available hardware includes L-track and E-track fittings, perfect for less permanent anchor points. They easily connect to and release from your pre-installed track, so you can move them exactly where they are needed for each load.
We also carry floor chain tiedowns that can be stored under the deck when not in use.
Give our sales team a call. They'll be happy to answer any questions you have about products, uses, custom orders, and more. They can even provide bulk pricing if needed.