If the new vehicle haulers know what they are doing, I would say the
correct way is to tie down to the frame or uni-body. But, having said
that, I have always tied down at the axles or a-frames. Easier to through
a strap around and cinch it down. I have never had a problem doing it that
At 03:27 PM 02/06/2003 Thursday, ANelson43@aol.com wrote:
>Could the "experts" comment on the proper way to strap an ole truck down on a
>trailer? I have heard opinions on strapping to the frame to secure the truck
>down and not let it bounce. I have also heard opinions on strapping to the
>suspension (a-arms/axle) and let it bounce. What is the proper/safe way (if
>there is one)?
>Thanks.......Andy in Alabama
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