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Keep your boat secure and protected during transport with our selection of high-quality boat trailer tie-downs.


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  1. Attwood Adjustable Heavy-Duty Transom Saver - 24"-36"

    Special Price $54.00 Regular Price $79.99
  2. Panther Adjustable Transom Saver

    Special Price $54.00 Regular Price $62.78
  3. Attwood Adjustable Transom Saver - Composite - Roller/Bolt

    Special Price $50.55 Regular Price $61.99
  4. BoatBuckle Trolling Motor Tie-Down

    $19.52
  5. Rod Saver Deluxe Stainless Steel Transom Tie-Down - 2" x 3' - Pair

    Special Price $75.00 Regular Price $109.25
  6. Rod Saver Stainless Steel Quick Release Transom Tie-Down - 1" x 4' - Pair

    Special Price $38.21 Regular Price $52.45
  7. Rod Saver Ratchet Gunwale Tie-Down - 1" x 16'

    Special Price $24.99 Regular Price $25.70
  8. Rod Saver Ratchet Gunwale Tie-Down - 1" x 13'

    Special Price $23.41 Regular Price $24.00
  9. Rod Saver Quick Release Gunwale Tie-Down - 2" x 16'

    Special Price $22.02 Regular Price $22.50
  10. Rod Saver Quick Release Gunwale Tie-Down - 2" x 10'

    Special Price $15.84 Regular Price $20.75
  11. Rod Saver Heavy-Duty Ratchet Trailer Tie-Down - 2" x 3' - Pair

    Special Price $41.00 Regular Price $52.50
  12. Rod Saver Quick Release Trailer Tie-Down w/Vinyl Pad - 2" x 4' - Pair

    Special Price $34.45 Regular Price $36.95

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WHAT ARE BOAT TRAILER TIE-DOWNS?

Boat trailer tie-downs are straps or chains that are used to secure a boat to a trailer during transport. They help to keep the boat from shifting or sliding on the trailer, which can prevent damage to both the boat and the trailer and ensure a safe and smooth transport.


WHAT TYPES OF BOAT TRAILER TIE-DOWNS ARE AVAILABLE?

There are a variety of different types of boat trailer tie-downs available, each with its own unique features and benefits. Some of the most common types include:

  • Ratchet straps, which use a ratcheting mechanism to tighten and secure the strap
  • Cam buckle straps, which use a simple buckle to secure the strap
  • Chain tie-downs, which are made of heavy-duty chain links and are typically used for larger boats.

HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT BOAT TRAILER TIE-DOWNS FOR MY NEEDS?

When choosing boat trailer tie-downs, it's important to consider the size and weight of your boat, as well as the types of water conditions you'll encounter during transport. If you frequently transport your boat over long distances or on rough roads, for example, you may want to choose tie-downs that are more durable and can withstand more stress. You should also consider the compatibility of the tie-downs with your trailer and boat, as well as the ease of use and maintenance.


HOW DO I PROPERLY SECURE MY BOAT USING TRAILER TIE-DOWNS?

Properly securing your boat using trailer tie-downs is critical for safe and successful transport. Begin by positioning the boat on the trailer and aligning it with the trailer frame. Then, use the tie-downs to secure the boat to the trailer, making sure to tighten the straps or chains evenly on both sides of the boat to prevent shifting during transport. Check the tie-downs regularly during transport to ensure that they remain secure and tight.


ARE BOAT TRAILER TIE-DOWNS DIFFICULT TO INSTALL?

The ease of installation for boat trailer tie-downs can vary depending on the complexity of the tie-down system and the type of boat and trailer being used. Basic strap tie-downs can be installed with minimal tools and DIY knowledge, while more complex chain and ratchet tie-downs may require professional installation. It's important to carefully review the installation instructions for any tie-downs you purchase and to seek professional help if you're unsure.


HOW OFTEN SHOULD I REPLACE MY BOAT TRAILER TIE-DOWNS?

The frequency with which you should replace your boat trailer tie-downs depends on a number of factors, including the type and quality of the product, the size and weight of your boat, and the frequency with which you use your trailer. In general, you should inspect your tie-downs regularly for signs of wear and tear, such as fraying or stretching, and replace them if necessary to ensure that they continue to function properly and provide adequate support for your boat.

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