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Old 08-28-2019, 10:37 PM   #11
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We are in Florida so maybe hurricane Dorian tie downs?



I use them for securing my toys, i.e. 3 bikes and grill when boondocking or at a sketchy park.
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Those are transport hold down eyelets. We see it up here quite often where they will be pulling a trailer from the factory to destination but they will also have one tied down on the back of a flat deck. Those are used to anchor and chain down the unit when it's on the back of a flatbed transport truck to stabilize it in transport.
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welded lugs

They are probably to chain and lock up your toys when you are boondocking or just camping.
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Old 09-01-2019, 01:19 AM   #14
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I have them on my 2018.
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I agree with sparky 1266 tie downs
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Those are transport hold down eyelets. We see it up here quite often where they will be pulling a trailer from the factory to destination but they will also have one tied down on the back of a flat deck. Those are used to anchor and chain down the unit when it's on the back of a flatbed transport truck to stabilize it in transport.


Thanks. That makes sense. Appreciate everyone’s input.
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I lock my toys to them.
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