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Pack'Em Wheel Tie-Down Kit for Truck Beds and Trailers - 30" Tires - 800 lbs

Pack'Em Wheel Tie-Down Kit for Truck Beds and Trailers - 30" Tires - 800 lbs

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This easy-to-use tie-down kit keeps your ATV, mower, construction equipment, or other wheeled machine from rolling during transport. 1 Polyester strap and 2 steel wheel chocks secure 1 tire to your truck bed or trailer deck. 1-800-940-8924 to order PackEm car tie down straps part number PK-WTD or order online at Free expert support on all PackEm products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Pack'Em Wheel Tie-Down Kit for Truck Beds and Trailers - 30" Tires - 800 lbs. Car Tie Down Straps reviews from real customers.
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PackEm Car Tie Down Straps - PK-WTD

  • Wheel Net
  • 501 - 850 lbs
  • 6 - 10 Feet Long
  • PackEm

This easy-to-use tie-down kit keeps your ATV, mower, construction equipment, or other wheeled machine from rolling during transport. 1 Polyester strap and 2 steel wheel chocks secure 1 tire to your truck bed or trailer deck.


  • Easy-to-use tie-down kit keeps wheel from rolling during transport
    • Works with ATVs, mowers, construction equipment, or other wheeled machines
  • 2 Steel wheel chocks brace front and back of tire
    • Permanently bolt to truck bed or trailer deck
    • Double as anchor points for other cargo when not carrying wheeled equipment
    • Anodized steel resists corrosion
  • 1 Polyester tie-down strap wraps around tire and secures it in place
    • Connects to wheel chocks quickly with e-track latches
    • Secures with cam buckle to prevent movement during transport
  • Mounting hardware included


  • Weight capacity: 800 lbs
    • 2 Straps are recommended for securing 1 vehicle
  • Maximum tire height: 30"
  • Tie-down strap length: 7'
  • Wheel chock dimensions: 7" wide x 5-5/8" long x 1-5/8" tall
  • Wheel chock bolt pattern:
    • Front to back (center to center): 4-5/8"
    • Side to side (center to center): 5"
  • 1-Year warranty

PK-WTD Strap Installation

Threading Strap Through the Cam Buckle (Clasp Opening Left):

  1. Run strap up through the left hole on bottom of the buckle.
  2. Feed strap over the bracket and out the right hole on bottom of the buckle.
  3. Run strap up and around the roller.
  4. Feed the strap over and around the bracket on the clasp.
  5. Run the strap back through the buckle, around the roller, and out the back of the buckle.

PK-WTD Tie-Down Kit

This tie-down kit prevents your ATV, mower, construction equipment, or any other wheeled machine from rolling while you transport it. The steel wheel chocks brace the front and back of the tire, and they permanently bolt into the bed of your truck or the deck of your open-air or enclosed trailer. The polyester cam-buckle strap attaches to the wheel chocks and secures your tire firmly in place.

PK-WTD Wheel Cholk

Installing the Wheel Cholks:

  1. Load the equipment you want to secure on your trailer.
  2. Place one chock in front of the tire and behind it.
  3. Mark drilling locations for installing the mounting bolts.
  4. Move equipment out of the way and then drill the holes.
  5. Bolt the chocks into place.

PK-WTD Installed

Securing Equipment:

  1. Load equipment, positioning one tire between steel wheel chocks.
  2. Clip the cam-buckle strap's e-track latch into the front wheel chock.
  3. Clip the long strap's e-track latch into the rear wheel chock.
  4. Slide plastic wear reducers onto the strap and position them on the tire.
  5. Thread the long strap through the cam buckle.
  6. Position the strap around the tire, and then pull it tightly and close the cam lock.

PK-WTD Pack Em Wheel Tie Down Kit - For Up To 30" Tire - 800 lbs

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Pack'Em Wheel Tie-Down Kit for Truck Beds and Trailers - 30" Tires - 800 lbs - PK-WTD

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (57 Customer Reviews)

This easy-to-use tie-down kit keeps your ATV, mower, construction equipment, or other wheeled machine from rolling during transport. 1 Polyester strap and 2 steel wheel chocks secure 1 tire to your truck bed or trailer deck.


Works really well for a quick tie down. Using this type of strap allows you to not preload the suspension so the suspension can still work for the bike while it is on the trailer going down the road. Using ratchet straps preloads the shocks and can potentially damage your ATV / UTV suspension. I opted for four for added security. The only improvement I would suggest is, most tire bonnets for cars have two additional pieces of material. One that goes inside as well as anther that goes on the outside of the tire so that the strap cannot simply slide off the top of the tire. I have only had this happen one time on one tire but if there were these additional two pieces of material incorporated into the system it would eliminate the possibility. I have trailered my unit for thousands of miles since purchasing and have not had any issues what so ever. Over all I am very satisfied and would purchase them again.


Have been using for my golf cart on a tandem wheel dolly with no issues. Would definitely recommend


Works very well for securing a golf cart sideways on an open trailer. Need to purchase at least two in order to properly secure the cart or four wheeler. Once front or rear is secured with this item you can use regular ratchet straps for the other end. Cart stays secure and this tie down system is easy to install and use. Worth the price, even for two.


Simple yet very effect means of securing equipment to a trailer (in my case).
Last thing anyone needs is to have items located on their trailer come thru their back window in the event of panic/abrupt stop.
Need I mention securing the load is required by law.
this product has a lower profile which is important if you have a fixed mower deck which could otherwise scrape every time you load that equipment.
Lastly, just because you now have it install if the effort to use it is not put forward then anything could and will happen.


2nd set I purchased work great


Overall these worked very well. I used them to secure my wife’s Can Am Ryker for a x-country trip. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5, is that you do have to get these things tight, I mean, tighter than you would expect, otherwise they shift off the tires due to vibration. Once that’s done though, they are very secure.


I like this product for the most part.
is made with quality engineering, from the metal strength to the strap.
Why I don't give it a higher rating, then?
I bought these straps for my off road side-by-side.
I take it to places with uneven, rough road on the trailer.
As I navigate over these roads, especially with washboard, the vibrations (around 30mph or higher) cause the straps to slide off the tires. Now, why don't you make the straps tighter then? I tried, but I don't have strength in the arms/wrists to make them tight enough. The latch is very hard to lock then.
The result is that 2-3 straps have slid off the tires by the end of a 5 mile stretch of rough road. (don't have pics, but easy to visualize)
I would do better with basket straps in that case.
So, perhaps a future design could be to add a simple basket-over.
Then, I would repurchase this.

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


In order to keep the strap from losing grip, there are numerical instructions marked on the side of the cambuckle on how to thread the strap. Following arrow 1, you the strapping above that portion number following the arrow direction. Arrow 2, the strap comes down under the cambuckle. Arrow 3, thread the strap up and around the pin in the cambuckle. Arrow 4, you thread through the top spacing of the center buckle. Then arrow 5, it shows that the strap will go back through the buckle using the spacing under the top space of the buckle, under the bottom of the buckle and out the back of the buckle pulling tight to secure the threading.


These work great. I gave 5 stars because they perform exactly as indicated. I haul 2 Polaris RZRs on a 20' wood-deck trailer - with confidence. These work great, allowing the RZR suspensions to work in conjunction with the trailer's, to keep the tires firmly planted on the deck.

I use two per machine - front tires only.

For product improvement, beyond what is advertised, I suggest engineering a decent way to make them quickly removable so the trailer deck can be flat for hauling Sheetrock, etc.

Brandon C.


After one year of use, I still would rate the PackEm Tie Down Straps very high. Great product and retailer.


Great product, easy to install if you are handy and have drill bits and power drill. Belts attach easily and hold your machine tightly in place. etrailer delivery was quick with the goods nicely protected and packed. This is an excellent provider with good prices. I've bookmarked their website for future purchases. Thanks.



The tie down straps work great, save time.


We have found these wheel chocks to be the perfect solution for our organization. We are a non-profit that supports a large (200+) high school band and when we travel, besides the 7 buses and 3 panel trucks, we also pull a new 24' trailer with among other things 2 golf carts inside. These chocks not only hold the golf carts securely but because of their low profile design we are able to easily drive the first golf cart over the second golf carts chocks to position it before we load the second one. The mechanism on the strap makes locking and unlocking the wheels a breeze. Once you set-up the tire strap the first time you merely unsnap/loosen the strap set it to the side of the tire and drive the golf cart out. upon return you lift the strap up and around the tire and re-snap it securely in place.


I hauled my bike to Florida and back from sault saint marie ont and the wheel tie downs working excellent very good investment

David R.


It works outstanding I would recommend it


They're ok. They do seem to fall off fairly regularly. Thankfully, usually one falls off and the other stays on (not always the same one). I only feel confident that there won't be damage if I have another means of locking my UTV in in addition to this product.

Etrailer Expert

Heather A.


I contacted rack em and they mentioned there is a certain direction the strap has to feed through the cam buckle. There is a stamp on the cam buckle with arrows that shows you which way to feed the strap through. If they are not fed through properly the buckle will not lock all of the way causing the straps to fall off.


Works excellent. Holds golf cart firmly in place sideways on an open trailer.



Very well. Easy to use. Durable


I purchased the strap system to haul my Kawasaki Teryx when needed. The hardware that came with the kit did not work on my trailer since it was an aluminum trailer. The hardware that comes with the kit would work well on a wooden trailer, but I had to buy some extra hardware and adapt it to the Aluma Trailer that I have. Since then it has worked out well for what I needed the system for. Good product, but might need to be adapted to your own trailer.


I bought this product to hold my atv's down on my trailer. They were very easy to install. The hardest part was trying to figure out how to feed the straps thru the cam buckle. Hint (there are numbers and arrows on the side of the cam buckle) just follow that and you will be fine. After I completed the installation I strapped down my atv's and this system worked excellent and holds the machines in place. This is much easier, faster and more secure then tying them down with ratchet straps. I am extremely satisfied with this product and recommend this system to anyone needing to hold down there toys.


A quick and easy solution to secure my golf cart to the trailer with no rails.

Mike G.


Awesome product.


These work really well. Can quickly and securely anchor down a four-wheeler. I store my four-wheeler inside a cargo trailer. The added benefit of these versus almost any other method is that I can leave them attached and tightened down without the suspension being compressed on the four-wheeler.


I was hoping for the unit to be an ‘end all, be all’ for tying down the UTV. Well, it’s not. It requires much tinkering to place the tie down anchors. The trailer structure can get in the way of an ideal location.
Look at where the strap is riding; if you get it slightly off center or some movement puts it off center, the strap comes off.
The ratchet is very limited. You really can’t tighten it down as much as you like.


I use two sets of these to secure my open wheel roadster in an enclosed toy hauler. They work great, pull front wheel over first chock, lock strap in place, operate cam over latch and go. Suspension of roadster free to move during transit and no movement in trailer.


This product is used to secure my John Deere GX85 riding lawnmower in my trailer as I maneuver up a very steep and rough driveway. It has never failed to hold the mower in position and prevents it from smashing into the ends or sides of the trailer. The mower becomes a part of my trailer bed.


I have bought a lot of products from and they have never disappointed me. Three reason I buy from

1. Great Products
2. Great Prices
3. Fast delivery

Mike V.


Works well after a year


This system will secure your load but it requires constant inspection. The straps will stay on the wheels. I find it helpful to utilize bungee cords to hold the strap in the center of the tire.
The trailer section is very secure.


As always etrailer was quick to get an excellent product delivered. They followed up to ensure the items were arrived on time. I haven't had a chance to use the product but will try and update this review once the tie downs are installed.


First and form most I have the old version of these straps from 4 years ago and they have done great. They hold my 61" SCAG zero turn mower down like a champ. I bought 2 pairs of the new straps for my side by side I just purchase and they are better than ever. Pack'Em wheel tie down kits are worth the money. Thanks etrailer for the fast shipping.


This product also has other uses. I intalled it to hold the spare tire to the inside wall of our cargo trailer. Works great. I used screw to mount to the plywood wall -v- the though bolts provided.

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