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Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket, Pair

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This pair of permanent anchor points weld directly to the axle. Each Mac's Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket is made from 1/4" steel tube which is cut on a tube laser then tumbled for a smooth finish. Designed to be low-lying and to perfectly accept our Twisted Snap Hook, they create the perfect permanent tie-down point on nearly any vehicle.

The Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket removes the need for an axle strap, thus creating an abrasion-free tie-down situation. Instead of routing an axle strap over potentially sharp areas, simply clip a ratchet strap to the bracket and run it out to your tie-down point. In addition, by eliminating the need for an axle strap, you also eliminate possible contact with critical vehicle components such as brake lines, wires, and hoses that may be in the way when tying down around the axle. This is also an excellent solution for off-road vehicles that have modified axles or axle trusses, which can be bulky or have rough edges. Mount this pair of brackets prior to adding your choice of finish and you'll have a beautiful, permanent tie-down point.

The updated design of the Mac's Weld-On Axle Housing Bracket makes it a great fit for a wide variety of vehicles. Use this bracket on low-profile vehicles to avoid spending time on the ground and under the vehicle when tying down to the axle. When installed on classic cars, it helps prevent damage to paint and body, as the only point of contact for the strap becomes the bracket itself. The shape and size of this bracket will fit a wide variety of axle diameters. To install this bracket, select the correct position for the bracket based on your vehicle and needs, clean off a spot on the housing, and weld the curved portion of the bracket directly to the axle.

  • What's included: (2) Brackets
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