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PIP Pit Posse Recessed Pan Ring Fitting 4 11005 4 P7782485PIP-11005-4 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/PIP/PIP-11005-4.jpg Pit Posse Recessed Pan Ring Fitting 4 11005 4 Manufacturer Part Number: OR298Designed for heavy duty floor applications.Made from high quality corrosion resistant material and zinc plated steel. Breaking strength capacity of 5000 pounds.The dimensions are: 6 x 4-7/8 x 4-1/2 measured diagonally, length, and width. The depth is around 7/8\". Bolt hole size 10 mm, Main hole size 3 1/2\", Lower plate thickness 2.75mm. This is a kit of 4. 7782485 4.40lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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18.7200 2023-05-21 Discontinued
customer review - by , April 4, 2022
5/ 5stars
Probably a little too heavy for just my dirtbike, but I definitely like the durability.
customer review - by , April 4, 2022
5/ 5stars
liked put then in my enclosed trailer to hold down UTV
customer review - by , March 3, 2022
5/ 5stars
Nice tie down for my atv and golf cart.
customer review - by , February 2, 2022
5/ 5stars
Very well built and sturdy. Installation takes some skill as they are designed to be inset into the wood floor of the trailer.
customer review - by , November 11, 2021
5/ 5stars
I have bought these for several trailers easy to install great product like the back plates on this brand
customer review - by , September 9, 2021
4/ 5stars
First of all, if it doesn't have to do with computers, I generally suck at it, especially when it comes to cutting, measuring, etc. My brain just doesn't get it. However, wanted to share my experience with this product.Recently bought a nice utility trailer that doesn't have any tie downs. Found this product, seemed superior as it has toggle bolts, etc vs screws. Definitely heavy duty. But one thing it doesn't have is instructions. None. Nothing. Not even Ikea pictures! So I come here and start reading other's reviews. Common theme was cut out as little wood as possible and one person said, you only needed a 3 1/4 hole saw. So that's what I got. That was a bad piece of advice. The support plate may indeed have a 3 1/4 opening but the D-ring, which actually goes in the hole you cut out, is bigger. 3 out of the 4 holes I cut with a 3 1/4 hole saw then spent all kinds of time trying to widen it and I don't have a router so it was a very painful process. Then my bolt holes no longer lined up because my widening process wasn't exactly scientific. Redrilling holes, yada, yada, what a pain. So, do this:1 - Buy a 3 1/2 hole saw2 - Mark out where you want to install them using the plate as a template but check underneath where you plan to install it to make sure nothing is in the way, like a support beam and that the plate will fit where you plan to cut. I had to move to the 2nd board from the outside as the plate wouldn't fit if I used the first board3 - Cut the hole with the 3 1/2 hole saw, the d-ring plate will drop right in. Not the 3 1/4 saw you used based on bad advice. Don't do it.4 - Mark the bolt holes5 - Technically you only need to drill out a 3/8 inch hole for the bolts but probably due to my terrible construction skills, even though the bolts would go through the d-ring fine, I couldn't get the plate holes to line up. So I ended up using a 1/2 drill bit and even then would usually have to widen a hole or two.But that was the easy part, after using a 3 1/2 hole saw. If you want to really waste time, go ahead, use a 3 1/4 hole saw. I'll start the popcorn and enjoy the show....
customer review - by , July 7, 2021
5/ 5stars
Very sturdy. Comes complete with bolts, nuts, lock washers and stability plate for underneath your deck. The hardest part is using a router to cut the holes for the bottom of the tie down so that it is flush with your floor. Other than that, a very good product.
customer review - by , July 7, 2021
5/ 5stars
Very heavy duty, better than what I expected, will be buying more when back in stock.
customer review - by , June 6, 2021
4/ 5stars
These seem just fine, but the last set I used had the weight rating stamped into the metal base so there was no question if you forget or have to show a state trooper that you're legal. Maybe there's no requirement for that, but it would be nice.
customer review - by , June 6, 2021
5/ 5stars
As advertised
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Pit Posse Recessed Pan Ring Fitting(4) - 11005-4

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Manufacturer Part Number: OR298

Designed for heavy duty floor applications.Made from high quality corrosion resistant material and zinc plated steel. Breaking strength capacity of 5000 pounds.The dimensions are: 6 x 4-7/8 x 4-1/2 measured diagonally, length, and width. The depth is around 7/8". Bolt hole size 10 mm, Main hole size 3 1/2", Lower plate thickness 2.75mm. This is a kit of 4.

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By tim
Date: April 19, 2022
Probably a little too heavy for just my dirtbike, but I definitely like the durability.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Tom
Date: April 09, 2022
liked put then in my enclosed trailer to hold down UTV
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Fred
Date: March 17, 2022
Nice tie down for my atv and golf cart.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By CD Butter
Date: February 08, 2022
Very well built and sturdy. Installation takes some skill as they are designed to be inset into the wood floor of the trailer.
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Robert
Date: November 08, 2021
I have bought these for several trailers easy to install great product like the back plates on this brand
Rating: 5 stars [5 of 5 Stars!]
By David A. Jones
Date: September 13, 2021
First of all, if it doesn't have to do with computers, I generally suck at it, especially when it comes to cutting, measuring, etc. My brain just doesn't get it. However, wanted to share my experience with this product.Recently bought a nice utility trailer that doesn't have any tie downs. Found this product, seemed superior as it has toggle bolts, etc vs screws. Definitely heavy duty. But one thing it doesn't have is instructions. None. Nothing. Not even Ikea pictures! So I come here and start reading other's reviews. Common theme was cut out as little wood as possible and one person said, you only needed a 3 1/4 hole saw. So that's what I got. That was a bad piece of advice. The support plate may indeed have a 3 1/4 opening but the D-ring, which actually goes in the hole you cut out, is bigger. 3 out of the 4 holes I cut with a 3 1/4 hole saw then spent all kinds of time trying to widen it and I don't have a router so it was a very painful process. Then my bolt holes no longer lined up because my widening process wasn't exactly scientific. Redrilling holes, yada, yada, what a pain. So, do this:1 - Buy a 3 1/2 hole saw2 - Mark out where you want to install them using the plate as a template but check underneath where you plan to install it to make sure nothing is in the way, like a support beam and that the plate will fit where you plan to cut. I had to move to the 2nd board from the outside as the plate wouldn't fit if I used the first board3 - Cut the hole with the 3 1/2 hole saw, the d-ring plate will drop right in. Not the 3 1/4 saw you used based on bad advice. Don't do it.4 - Mark the bolt holes5 - Technically you only need to drill out a 3/8 inch hole for the bolts but probably due to my terrible construction skills, even though the bolts would go through the d-ring fine, I couldn't get the plate holes to line up. So I ended up using a 1/2 drill bit and even then would usually have to widen a hole or two.But that was the easy part, after using a 3 1/2 hole saw. If you want to really waste time, go ahead, use a 3 1/4 hole saw. I'll start the popcorn and enjoy the show....
Rating: 4 stars [4 of 5 Stars!]
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