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Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor - Bolt-On - 3-1/2" Wide - Surface Mount - 1,600 lbs

Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor - Bolt-On - 3-1/2" Wide - Surface Mount - 1,600 lbs

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Brophy Tie Down Anchors - SR15-C

  • D-Ring
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  • 1600 lbs
  • Trailer Tie-Down Anchors
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  • Surface Mount - Bolt-On
  • Brophy

Medium Duty Trailer Tie Down Lashing Ring

  • Steel with a zinc finish
  • Capacity: 5,000 lbs
  • Safe Working Load Limit: 1,600 lbs
  • Diameter of mounting holes: 7/16" x 7/16"

Note: Tie-down anchors 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 anchors being used. For example, if you are using anchors with a WLL of 100 lbs each to tie down a load weighing 400 lbs, then you need at least 4 anchors to safely secure that load. It is recommended that you always use anchors in pairs.

SR15 Trailer D-Ring Tie Down, Bolt-on, 5K

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

Video Transcript for Brophy Trailer D-RIng Tie Down Review

Today we will be taking a look at the Brophy trailer bolt-on D-ring tie down, part number SR15-C. The Brophy D-ring can be a great solution for adding an additional anchor point to your trailer or truck bed. It's made out of a strong steel construction with a zinc finish so it's going to resist rust and corrosion. It's got a 5,000 pound weight capacity and it's got a 1,600 pound safe working load limit. The diameter of the mounting holes is 7/16ths of an inch and the distance between the two holes is going to be 2-1/4 inches. The entire base measures 3-1/2 inches long and it's going to be 1-3/16ths wide. The D-ring itself is a nice 3/8ths of an inch thick and it's going to be 2-1/4 inches long. Now that we've gone over some of the features let's go ahead and show you how to install it.

We've got our generator on our trailer here today and we just want to tie it down. We've got a D-ring on this side of our trailer. What we was is our Brophy ring as an additional anchor point. I'm going to go ahead and place it right here as my desired location and then I'm going to mark those holes out. Once we've got those marked out go ahead and remove the D-ring, that way we can drill those out.

Then we will grab our D-ring. We are going to place it over our holes to make sure everything is all lined up. You will need to provide your own hardware. We are just going to use these two bolts here today, along with two nuts, and two washers. We will go ahead and place those through, then I'm going to go underneath and put the nut and washer in place.

I'm going to go ahead and take the nuts and washers and hand tighten them down. Once I get them both in place I'm going to have a buddy go up there and ratchet them down while I hold them in place. That's going to do it. Now with our D-ring in place the only thing left to do it to put it to good use. Take our strap, run it through, and tighten that down. All right.

We are all set to do. That's going to complete our look at the Brophy trailer bolt-on D-ring tie down, part number SR15-C. .

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Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor - Bolt-On - 3-1/2" Wide - Surface Mount - 1,600 lbs - SR15-C

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (214 Customer Reviews)


The home we bought in Nov has a deck and patio door that get full sun in mid-to-late afternoon. I was looking for strong rings I could bolt on 4x4 posts to suspend shade cloth as a solution... found large surface-mount D-rings at Home Depot, but they're costly and bulky. Via Google search, I found your company's D-ring products with smaller size, but same strength. They're exactly what I was looking for... reasonably priced, strong D-rings that mount with two 3/8" carriage bolts. They arrived yesterday... mounted two, so far...

Steve J.


Your D-ring tie-downs look brand new after enduring multiple severe Nor-eastern storms on Cape Cod. I just re-hung the sun shades over our deck, and your product makes that simple, straight forward and secure. Couldnt be happier. I expect them to be in service for many years to come!


Exactly what I needed as a secure tie-down to the frame of my pickup bed. I'm able to use ratchet straps to haul hay, other large loads and tighten them as tight as possible without the anchors pulling out. Part of the system when I felt very intelligent for having all the pieces to haul home large farm equipment.

Matt L.


No change - still performing as needed. I have NO concern that the D-ring attachment, bolted to the frame of my Dodge Ram 3500, will be the weak point in any rigging.

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Mike L.


@MattL We're glad to hear that the tie-down ring is working well for you!


I made two purchases for D-Ring 1600+ lb WLL tie downs; one for eight D-rings for my utility trailer and six for my motorcycle lift.

The SR15-C is a strong device with large enough opening to use multiple hooks or tie-thru straps or ropes which is common when securing my ~1,000 lb Goldwing on the trailer.

I now have zero concerns my tie-downs will ever fail. Of course, one must use appropriate straps for the weight as well. was on-the-ball via email checking on my deliveries yet failed to catch it when my second order was lost in shipment for 5-7 days and failed to respond to my return emails when I attempted to inquire.

When I called them, they were polite and efficient yet had no response to why no answers to my email inquires and would not put the recorder on a fast-trac delivery w/o me paying the extra fees.

Bottom line: product is great value for a solid product and hopefully will rectify their communications challenges.


I received my order of the D rings just a couple of hours ago. I went straight to the hardware store and picked up some bolts, washers and locking nuts.
Installed them on my brand new "Sure-Trac" 5 X 10 trailer in about an hour. They seem to be very solid and should definitely secure whatever I lash down to them. I told the guy at the hardware store I wanted either stainless or nickel hardware. He said it was "nickel" and I hope that's what I got. While I don't plan on exposing my trailer to road salt, it's not totally outside the realm of possibility. I don't really want any dissimilar metal corrosion either. I hate rust. I could only go with 3 stars as I haven't used them yet or seen how the finish holds up when exposed to weather over time. If they don't corrode I'll definitely upgrade my review to 5 stars.


These D rings work great, easy to install and a good price. etrailer has a great selection and fast shipping.



Still working great no problems or issues.


Never used it yet, got it to put me in free shipping on an order. It’s heavy duty


Another great product offered by etrailer these hold downs are everything there supposed to be. Bought these with intentions of using bolts but ended up welding them on. These are galvanize coated, so these process is not recommended. Great product don't have to worry about things when they are strapped down.


Ordered several of these to use as tie down points on my trailer. These work very well for my equipment. They are made very well and take a beating. Great product!


These are high quality, bought 6 of them. First mounted them on top of the wood planks of my trailer but then ended up mounted them on the outside metal rail because the wood was to soft even being 2x6's. Very solid and sturdy, I used 3/8 carriage bolts to mount them


Easy to install, a 3/8" carriage bolt will fit the mounting holes . I got a couple of the larger D rings (1/2" diameter ring) and they're too big I think for a 800 lbs ATV I attached a pic for comparison


The coupler lock works as advertised and the etrailer measurements were perfect. The tie down brackets were also easy to install and work well for holding down my ATV and UTV. The spare tire carrier, wheel and cover all came from etrailer. They fit perfectly.


I was looking for something to replace the totally useless tie downs in my 1999 F-150 truck bed. I saw these D-rings and thought this might work; and am very glad I tried them. They are listed as 2 1/4" ctr holes and the truck is 2" ctr holes; the bolts on the truck tie downs in the bed of the truck are smaller than what you would use if you just installed these D-rings in a normal install; so they fit with NO drilling or cutting out. the only thing I had to do was put some washers on the bolts, the heads are too small and would pull through the holes in the D-ring bracket otherwise. The solid D-ring (welded) does not pull apart when I put pressure on them, pulling up, and the only thing I'm worried about is putting to much pressure (pull) on them and breaking the bolts (screws) that come in the truck bed stock! I looked several places to find out what other people are doing to their trucks to correct this problem and no one has come up with this solution; it works try it!

Butch B.


The D ring tie downs are like brand new, after a year. I use them all the time and have had other people look at them and ask about them. I have a cover on my truck bed so the D rings are protected from the weather. I would highly recommend these for the purpose that I am using them. Most people will use them on or in their trailers but if you need a really good replacement tie down for your truck bed side tie downs these are great!


I purchased 2 of these to mount on the wood floor of my enclosed snowmobile trailer to help secure snowmobiles and dirt bikes (depending on the season). I used a backing plate and am happy with these units. With a backing plate, I feel there is no way the bolts will pull through the wood floor in case of an abrupt stop or accident. The "D" rings are large enough to easily hook a tie down strap to and fold flat when not in use.

Ray F.


The tie downs are working perfectly. No issues and I would buy these again. Sturdy and well built.


It is so nice to go to EMAILER and order one specific D ring tie-down anchor! Thanks EMAILER! Little things like this are what keep me coming back! Wonderful!


I am very satisfied so far with the d-rings; they are very heavy duty. Now the only question is how well they will hold up living in the bed of my garaged truck at the beach.

I mounted them with stainless hardware; I'm hoping electrolysis won't be an issue.

Mine are mounted on the floor of my Ford Ranger's bed: two immediately in front of the rear wheel bump out and the other two on the bed on either side of the tailgate, as far back as I could get them. 3/8"-20 carriage bolts work perfectly with the square bolt openings on the strap portion of the tie down.

Jay H.


OK, its been a year and my d-rings look as if I installed them yesterday. Im completely satisfied. If anything, I wish I had a couple more to mount in between the other two pairs of rings. You cant have too many places to hook bungees and the floor is the best place for them.


I would not ever consider buying tires anywhere else than etrailer. Your 5 star tires,service and follow up are wonderful.


I just received the D-Rings I ordered but haven't installed them yet. Looking at them they are exactly what I expected based on the product description and photo. I'm confident they will be more than strong enough for my application. Pleased with my purchase. Did not rank 5 stars for the following reasons: shipping took a day or two longer than expected, weld on D-rings aren't consistent and some don't look great (hoping they are still strong enough), haven't installed or used them yet (no feedback on actual strength or wear & rust).



A year later and the D-Rings are still awesome. Zero rust or signs of wear. I just used them again yesterday.


ok tiedowns


Easy to install in my trailer floor with a couple of galvanized carriage bolts, lock washers and nuts. I also added a metal plate to each Tie-down, on the bottom-side of the floor, where the carriage bolts passed through so as to create a greater grab surface area for the washers and nuts case I need to tie-down heavy,unstable, or movable loads.


Picked up a HD utility (6,000 lbs) trailer and decided that I should prep it for towing my 2016 Kawasaki Teryx, say 1350 GVW. I ordered 8 of the 1,600 lb Tie down anchors to use with my Mac's Custom wheel nets. They installed easily and performed as advertised on the test haul. Tomorrow will be the first serious haul but I am confident.

I was able to put at least one bolt through a frame member for each of the tie downs. This actually made backers more complicated in that I had to use a number of different "jury-rigged" backers. I am sure I over did it but what the heck. If it is worth doing, it is worth doing right.

I think it is great you offer the tie downs without hardware in that every application can be different. Your S&H was prompt and the package arrived a day before expected.

Kudus yet again to! One should always look to your site first. Sorry no pictures as I live in a poor ISP area and my upload speed is slow and usually shuts down the whole works. I will be in the "big" city in a week or so if you want to send me a tickle.


I purchased 6 of these and had them welded to the inside angle iron that attaches to my ladder rack on the back of my truck.. They were exactly what I wanted, in size and work load capacity. Local dealers only had the 1/4" or the large 1/2". They "ve held down cabinets, off road motor bikes, refrigerators and large bulky cargo with "O" problems. E trailer was very helpful answering all of my questions. I highly recommend them.


Purchased and received 6 of these tie downs. I had them shipped economy and still received them in just a few days. I needed more variations/locations to connect straps to on my utility trailer floor and these worked out very well. these definitely heavy duty. I used 3/8" galvanized carriage bolts, flat washers, lock washers and nuts. I added one more extra item....I made metal back plates for the underside of the trailer to make it overkill which I am known for.
These are very nice and will definitely do the job.


I bought these tie downs a year ago to add securement points in my enclosed trailer. I often haul my 870 pound motorcycle and use these tie downs. They are very strong, easy to attach to, don't get in the way, and do the job well in holding a heavy motorcycle secure. These are the perfect securement devices for my situation, and I don't hesitate to recommend them.


I had purchased a single axle trailer fender with backing from e-trailer and it was the exact size I needed to match the one that got torn off from my trailer. the part was packaged well and the item was as its shown on their order form,no dents or part bent. fast shipping ordered parts on Dec 4th & parts came in on the specified delivery date of Dec 8th. also ordered 4 D-ring tie downs which were packaged in a bubble wrap envelope that was shipped with fender. I was very pleased with the service of this company and with their offer of free shipping for orders over $50.00 was even better. I will definitely be buying items that I need for my trailer in the future.service representative George was very helpful and wanted to make sure if there was any problems with the order to call him direct. Thank you e-trailer.


I bought two BP1D mounting plates for the Brophy tie-down anchors. My 6’ x 10’ utility trailer will be used to haul a motorcycle or lawn tractor and I need to place rear tie-downs in different locations to secure the rear. The setup for the motorcycle is especially tricky and are located towards the front of the trailer. A second location for other equipment are set in the back. These Brophy anchors are ideal as the mounting plates are under the trailer deck. The heavy duty eyelets that come with DR1S (purchased separately) are out of the way and threaded into the mounting plate when ready to strap equipment in place. I really am happy with the cost effective way to have multiple tie-down locations

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  • Should Brophy D-Rings be Installed on a Metal Trailer Frame or Through the Wood Floor
    The most secure place to install the trailer D-Ring # SR15-C is going to be the main frame structure of the trailer. If you choose to mount the D-Rings on the wood floor of the trailer I recommend placing a metal backing plate on the underside of the trailer for each D-Ring. This will disperse the force applied (when the rings are in use) to a wider area of the floor so less stress is on it. There isn't a specific backing plate for this D-Ring but a 1/8 or 1-1/16 inch thick 5x5 inch piece...
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  • Can the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor Mount to Wall Support of Trailer
    It is possible to install the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C that you referenced to one of the wooden wall supports shown in the photo you attached. To install # SR15-C you will want to use the longest, largest size wood screws possible for installation. If you don't already have wood screws that will work, they can be found at your local hardware store. If you wanted to drill a hole all the way through the wall, you could use bolts and nuts to secure the tie down. Installing...
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  • Could Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C Attach to Wood Floor
    The Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C that you referenced can attach to wood and can be used to secure a car as it has plenty of capacity at 1,600 lbs. Now whether or not it will work well attached directly to wood is not something I can really say since wood doesn't have the same capacity as metal. You'd have to consider the type and dimensions of the wood your trailer has and how many of these anchors you'd be using.
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  • Thickness of Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor SR15-C
    The overall thickness, or diameter, of the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C is 3/8 of an inch. I have added a diagram for you below showing all the measurements of the anchor; it is 2-1/4 inches tall and when mounted to the D-ring, the space inside will be approximately 1-1/2 inches. I have added a couple links below to video reviews for you to check out as well of the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C.
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  • Can Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor Mount on Aluminum Trailer Frame
    Physically yes, the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor - Bolt-On - 3-1/2" Wide - Surface Mount - 1,600 lbs # SR15-C can be mounted onto your aluminum trailer frame. However, if you are going to do this you need to check with the trailer manufacturer to ensure that the frame is rated to hold up to what you are planning to use the D-rings for. You may also find that bolting these onto the trailer frame would void the warranty on your trailer.
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  • Is Hardware Included in the Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C
    The Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down, part # SR15-C, does not include any mounting bolts. I went out in the warehouse and measured the size of the holes for mounting and they measured 7/16 inch x 7/16 inch. So you will want to use something smaller than 7/16 inch.
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  • Where do I Install D-Ring Tie Downs on a 6x10 Wood Bed Utility Trailer
    You can attach D-Ring Tie Downs most anywhere on a trailer. You need to select the location based upon what you need to tie-down. When possible, it would be best to drill through metal to install the rings. You can mount them to the wood planks, but they will not be able to bear as much weight. Over time as the wood rots, you can end up with the rings pulling out of the wood. Whenever possible, going through the metal frame of the trailer or using a steel backing plate would be the best...
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  • Brophy SR15-C D-Ring Width
    I attached a picture that has the dimension you are looking for, but the width and length of the D-ring of the part # SR15-C is 2-1/4 inches.
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  • Is There a Thickness Requirement for Installing Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchors SR15-C
    The Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchor # SR15-C that you referenced does not have a thickness recommendation for attaching to a steel floor. Basically any steel that would be thick enough to work as a trailer floor would be adequate.
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  • Type of Fastener Needed to Install Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C on Wood Trailer Deck
    The Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C has a 7/16-inch square opening for the shank of a carriage bolt. This would be the ideal installation method but you certainly could substitute a different type of fastener, say a 2-inch wood screw, if you think that would be adequate for your load requirements. The full 5000-lb break-strength rating of this tie-down would require carriage bolts.
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  • Where is Brophy D-Rings SR15-C Made In
    Yes, Brophy D-Rings like the part # SR15-C are made here in the USA.
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  • Overall Dimension Of Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down
    I have attached a photo of the Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down, part # SR15-C with the dimensions all noted. The overall dimension of the D-ring is 2-1/4 inches and the inside width of the D-ring is 1-1/2 inches.
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  • Recommended Support Plate for the Brophy D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C
    What you have heard is correct, you do not want to mount tie downs to the wood floor of a trailer without any type of reinforcement. The tie down will only be as strong as the weakest component and the wood floor of a trailer would be the weakest component. I spoke with my contact at Brophy and she told me that they do not have a recommended backing plate that will work with this tie-down, but if I were installing this on my trailer, I would use something larger than 1-1/2 inch washers....
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  • What Size Carriage Bolt Works With Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down
    When installing the Brophy Trailer D-Ring Tie Down, part # SR15-C, you will need a 3/8 inch carriage bolt. The square underside of the carriage bolt will fit inside the mounting holes of the tie down. I have attached a photo of the SR15-C with the dimensions noted.
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  • Can Brophy D-Ring Tie Downs # SR15-C be Welded Rather Than Bolted on as Intended
    The Brophy D-Ring Tie Downs # SR15-C that you referenced is intended for bolt-on installation. Its 5000-lb capacity rating is based on this intended installation method. However, you certainly could cut down their length from 3-1/2 to 2-inches and weld them into place but you will need to be careful to do the welding in a well-ventilated area since zinc-plated material can give off fumes that could be harmful to breathe. Also be aware that the finish of the welded parts will be discolored...
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  • What are the Dimensions of the Trailer D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C
    We have a lovely diagram showing the measurements you need for Trailer D-Ring Tie Down # SR15-C. I have reproduced it for you here. The width of the strap part is 1-3/16 inches. And the mounting holes are 2-1/4 inches apart on center.
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  • Availability of Weld-On D-Ring Tie Downs for Installation on Aluminum Trailer
    We do offer many weld-on D-ring tie-downs for cargo control on trailers. These are shown on the linked page. All of these items are made of steel, not aluminum. It is not easy to weld steel and aluminum (due to the two metals' different melting points) but a skilled professional welder should be able to do it. If you prefer to avoid the complication of welding you might consider the bolt-on D-rings shown on the other linked page. For example, Brophy offers various sizes such as # SR15-C...
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    The Brophy Light Duty Trailer Tie-Down, part # SR10-C, mounts with hardware of your preference using two holes that are centered at 1-1/4-inch spacing. Note that the plate and D-ring are separate parts until installed. The mounting holes themselves are of 1/4-inch diameter. These D-ring tie downs have a safe working load limit (WLL) of 330-lbs each. Since it sounds like your application requires that these provide only horizontal hold (to keep the tables held firmly against the interior...
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  • Can Brophy D-Ring Surface Mount Tie Down Anchor be Used on Wood?
    Since space is tight on your trailer, I recommend using the surface-mount Brophy D-Ring Tie Down Anchors, # SR15-C for a ring with a safe working load limit (WLL) of 1,600 lbs or # LRB1 for a ring with a safe WLL of 4,000 lbs. These will save you plenty of space and can bolt right through the wood floor of your trailer, as you can see in the photos I've added. I've also attached some review videos of these D-Rings for you to take a look at.
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  • Installing D-Ring Surface Mount Tie-Down Anchors on a Aluminum Snowmobile Trailer
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