Tie Down Recommendation
Spacing Your Tie Downs
Extra Rows of D-Rings
Once you've selected the size tarp you need, you'll be able to add 1 to 4 extra rows of D-Rings. The extra rows work well when you need to cover a host of different size loads on your flat bed. You can also choose the distance between each row. The D-Rings will line up with the tie down spacing you choose using the "Tie Down Method" option.
A lot of customers love using a tarp that is boxed in the front. This allows for quick placement and usually eliminates the need to tie the front down. With the mesh nets, you can also choose to box the back end. The tarp will not tear because the majority of the air pass through the tarp. Each corner is reinforced with 18 oz. vinyl for long lasting protection.
Use this anywhere you don't need protection from the rain.
These nets are best for Truck and Trailer Tarps because they are light weight and inexpensive. The breathable material lets the wind blow through the fabric reducing flapping and tearing which quickly destroys tarps. There great for shade too.
The edges of the tarps are triple folded and reinforced with webbing making them extremely strong and robust for adding tie downs.