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Brophy Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Zinc Coated Base - 3,333 lbs

Brophy Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Zinc Coated Base - 3,333 lbs

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Steel winch binder lets you tighten down a 2" wide strap to secure cargo. Removable winch slides into a 2x4 stake pocket on your flatbed truck or trailer. Winch-tightening bar (sold separately) required for operation. 10,000 lbs Max load. Fastest Shipping and Great prices for Brophy Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Zinc Coated Base - 3,333 lbs. Read our customer reviews of Brophy lashing winch. Call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service or order your lashing winch part number T2WZ by Brophy online at
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Steel winch binder lets you tighten down a 2" wide strap to secure cargo. Removable winch slides into a 2x4 stake pocket on your flatbed truck or trailer. Winch-tightening bar (sold separately) required for operation. 10,000 lbs Max load.


  • Winch binder lets you tighten down a cargo strap (sold separately) so that you can safely secure a load to your trailer or truck
    • Works with 2" wide tie-down strap
    • Requires winch-tightening bar (sold separately) for operation
  • Removable design - base slides into a standard 2x4 stake pocket
    • Can be easily removed and reinstalled as needed
    • Secures in place with included pin and clip
  • Durable steel construction
  • Zinc coating on base offers excellent corrosion resistance
  • Black powder coat finish on winch resists rust
  • Made in the USA


  • Safe working load limit (WLL): 3,333 lbs
  • Maximum load (break strength): 10,000 lbs
  • Winch dimensions: 6" wide x 4" tall x 3" deep
  • Diameter of endcap holes (where tightening bar is inserted): 1/2"
  • Base dimensions: 6" long x 3-1/4" wide x 1-1/2" deep
  • Overall pin length: 5-1/2"
  • Pin diameter: 5/8"
  • Quantity: 1 tie-down winch

Brophy stake pocket tie-down winch dimensions

Note: Tie-down winches must be chosen according to their safe working load limit (WLL). The weight of the secured cargo must not exceed the combined WLL of the tie-downs being used. For example, if you are using tie-down winches with a WLL of 2,000 lbs each to tie down a load weighing 4,000 lbs, then you need at least 2 winches to safely secure that load.

T2WZ Brophy 3-1/2 Inch Lashing Winch Binder for Two-by-Four Trailer Stake Pockets - Zinc - 10,000 Pounds

Video of Brophy Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Zinc Coated Base - 3,333 lbs

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Brophy Flatbed Truck or Trailer Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch Review

What's up everybody It's AJ with Today, we're gonna be checking out the Brophy Stake Pocket Winch. So it's gonna go in the stake pockets on the side of your trailer, and you can run your straps through to get them nice and tight. Now it's gonna fit two inch straps and also work with two by four sized stake pockets. So just keep that in mind. If you're looking to use this with your trailer, make sure you got the right trailer.

But it's pretty easy to use. We just ran the strap through here, tied it down with the bar here on the side, and our load's not going anywhere. You can see, I can shake the whole trailer back and forth. This thing's not moving. There's no rattling.

So it really does work. We'll see how it works. We're gonna get right to it. So it drops back down into your stake pocket on the side of your trailer. I'm just gonna do just that.

Ours is a little warped, so we just pushed on it. It's all in there. We've got a pin that's gonna go in through the bottom. That's gonna further help secure it because when you get it nice and tight, it is gonna pull up a little bit. So pull up against that pin and this won't come out of there.

So the pin and the clip. And then we're gonna come back up here. Once this is set, we're gonna run our straps where I got the load done on that one. You see that So we're gonna do that again here. So this part is gonna go on the other side of the trailer because it's gotta wrap around the other stake pocket and lock on the other side. And I'll show you that in just a second. So I'm just gonna set that aside. Kind of throw that over there. I'm gonna roll this out, make sure it's flat and not twisted up on me. Before we feed the strap through on the other side, it's gonna be good to attach this side. That way there's gonna be tension and it's just loose and moving around. So you see, I went down through the stake pocket and then attached it here on the side. So now when you pull up on it, it's gonna be nice and tight. when we go to run that strap on the other side. Now we're gonna take our strap and run through the center of the winch, just like that. And we'll pull out the excess of the strap. So make sure you kind of guide it with one hand. That way doesn't get tangled up on you as you pull it through. There we go. See, it's getting tight. So I can throw the rest of the strap on the other side again, just to get it out of the way for now. We're gonna clean that up in a second. But you see, you got both straps going nice. They're not tangled at all. Looks like everything is fine. So we'll come back with the bar and put it in one of the holes here on the side. Probably wanna start lower. That way you can get a good turn on it. So with that through like that, you can see as I'm pushing the bar up, it's tightening up that strap. So just pull it out and do the same thing again. Jump back on this side of the trailer. And you see, we ran the extra part of the strap underneath the one that we ratcheted down. That way, it's kind of holding it in place and we don't have as much to tie up here. Now we just tied up the excess right here in a loose knot. Gonna get a little tighter than that, but there are some other things you can find on our website. There is the Tether Bone you can get. It'll make it a little bit easier to tie this up and keep it nice and tight. And a few other variations of that. So look into that if you want, but you can always just tie it down like this, and it'll be in place as you go down the road. Really easy to use. They're gonna come in handy. What you're gonna use them with is most of the time you see these on flatbed trailers like we've got here. Big rigs use them all the time too. I think they're used more for heavy duty applications. So if you have longer loads you're hauling. So we've got these metal supports for shelves in our warehouse right now, and then you'd be strapped down pretty good. So it's gonna work with those, pipes, dry wall, anything kind of longer. And if you do this all the time, you're not gonna wanna set up that ratchet shop every time. Where you have to throw it on the other side, connect it, come over here, connect it. And as you ratchet that down, it doesn't pull it as tight as I feel like this does, simply because you need the tension bar that you use to put it in there to go to tighten it down. That just gives me more leverage to tighten it down every time. And you can really see and hear it pull down on that load, keeping it into place. And if you do it all the time, you won't have to set up those ratchet straps. You can either just to keep them here in your stake pockets or move them from side to side, wherever you need them. They're gonna be here and ready to go when it's time to strap it down. Something else keep in mind, is it has a safe working load limit of 3,333 pounds. And it has a break strength of 10,000 pounds. Now they don't come with the straps. So keep that in mind. When you're getting the straps on the side, you want to make sure you get them equal or greater than the winch. That way you're getting the maximum use out of it. Build quality is another important factor. And I really feel like this heavy duty winch lives up to the expectations. Just strapping this down nice and tight was really easy to do. All these components here are bigger than your normal ratchet strap. And they don't seem as flimsy. The part where you used the tension bar to get that to ratchet up feels really strong. I know I'm getting a good pull out of it and it's really pulling this down real tight. So I have full confidence getting a hold that load while we're going down the road. You have black powder coat finish all around here. And then all the moving parts are gonna be zinc coated. So you don't have to worry about leaving this out in the elements. It's not gonna bother it. It's not gonna rust or corrode. Now there is another option for this where the bottom half is also zinc. So if you're not really feeling the powder coating, you can get the one that has this part as a zinc coating as well. Another thing it doesn't come with is the winch tension bars. You'll need to get that separately and you're gonna use that to loosen and tighten this up. But something to look out for is that the diameter of the hole here is gonna be 1/2 of an inch. So just keep that in mind when you're getting your winch bar, just to make sure it fits into place. Now looking here down at the bottom, you have the pin and clip. And it's gonna be a 5/8 diameter right there, a hole. So when you are getting your pin and clip, if you need an extra one or you lose this one, that's what you're looking for for the stake pocket part down here. Let's get some measurements. Let's see maybe if it's gonna fit your stake pocket on the trailer you have. So we're gonna go side to side first. Get that measurement. It's gonna be 3 1/4 inches across, and then let's go ahead and get the depth as well. So go from the back to the front. And it looks like that's gonna be an inch and 1/2 from here to here, that's inside the stake pocket. And then we'll go all the way down. We'll go from the edge there to the bottom is gonna be six inches from here to here. So just make sure you have that much space. Another measurement to look out for would be from the center of the hitch pin hole or the center of the hole here where the pin is to the top, because you want to make sure that your stake pocket isn't too thick to where that hole is not gonna line up if it was to pull up on it, or when you go to set it down in place. So getting that measurement would be important. So from the center there to about here, so you want at least five inches of space for that to be able to work. Another nice thing about these is they're really easy to loosen too. Just gonna put the winch bar back in there and I'll push forward like you we're going to tighten it, just to get pressure off of this part here. And then just gonna push back on that, use the bar to bring the tension back off of that strap. And it loosens up that way. Overall, I think they're very useful. I think they live up to being that heavy duty like they say they are. It'd be nice to have these on the side of the trailer just ready to go whenever I need them. I don't have to go and set up a whole lot. These are in place. I just run the straps and get them down and tightened. And the way to loosen them, really easy too. One thing I was worried about is that the snap back, when you go to throw this, is it gonna release all that tension at once Is it gonna be somewhat dangerous It's not, it's great having that bar. You can just hold on to it, slowly goes and loosens up the straps. There's no loud snap or anything like that. So I really like how easy they are to set up and take down at the same time. That does it. Thanks for hanging out and I hope this helped..

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Brophy Stake Pocket Tie-Down Winch for Flatbed Truck or Trailer - Zinc Coated Base - 3,333 lbs - T2WZ

Average Customer Rating:  2.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

Steel winch binder lets you tighten down a 2" wide strap to secure cargo. Removable winch slides into a 2x4 stake pocket on your flatbed truck or trailer. Winch-tightening bar (sold separately) required for operation. 10,000 lbs Max load.


Cons: No.1 This wench holds very limited strap. No.2 You’ll need a good hefty socket wrench to tighten down. No.3 To loosen strap again you’ll need a wrench or small bar to back off latching mechanism each time kind of pain in the butt.
Pros: fits most stake pockets on your trailer.


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