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I have a set of 4 high quality Mac's trailer tie down straps for sale, only used once to move an old Impala frame 2 miles down the road. I bought these for use with my 16' trailer but quickly realized that even shortened all the way that they are too long. They are 8' straps. These straps would be great on a 18' trailer or with a car shorter than an MN12.

I have since bought some shorter straps so I don't need these.

Part # MTD-512208
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/MTD-512208/


These sell for $159.95 + shipping, I'm looking for $130 shipped no extra for using paypal

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JP, No the hooks are for connecting to trailer D-rings or to the included straps which wrap around the control arms. If you want to use the factory tie down holes you can connect the strap to a transport hook cluster such as this one and then use the correct hook that fits your car.

http://www.awdirect.com/cm-grade-70-cluster-hook-t-hook-r-hook-mini-j-hook-93169/hooks/

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Hey JP not sure if this explanation made since or not. The pictures below show the hooks on the end of the ratcheting straps, the included axle straps, and a transport cluster (available online) connected to the hooks instead of the straps.

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