BEDNET - Secure ATV Hauling System
The accidental loss of unsecured cargo can result in vehicle
damage, highway collisions, or worst case fatalities. All truck
owners should make sure their truck’s cargo is properly secured
before taking off down the road. Preventing damage to the truck,
its cargo, and insuring the safety of fellow motorists is always
a challenge to the truck owner. Especially us ATVers who haul
our ATV’s everywhere we go. A product developed by BEDNET would
like to take the worry out of securing your ATV in the bed of
The BEDNET is a weave of two-inch seat-belt-style polyester
straps (1 & 4) with durable polyethylene coated
high-carbon-steel hooks (5) at all four corners. The webbing’s
sew pattern is a heavy duty “Box X” (2) using industrial
strength polyester thread. The “Quick Tite” buckles (3) are a
one-piece design and made of super tough Nylon to help protect
your truck’s finish. Its design adjusts to fit any size cargo.
Simply pull the adjust strap to tighten the “Quick Tite” buckles
and lift tabs to the buckles to loosen and remove.
Some of the unique features of the BEDNET:
- The BEDNET utilizes its very own patented “Quick-Tite”
Buckles. They are made of super tough nylon and contain no
moving parts. The buckles are designed to tighten and
release with ease.
- Every BEDNET is constructed of high strength 2”
polyester webbing sewn together with industrial strength
- All components of the BEDNET have been designed to help
protect the finish of the pick-up truck.
- Every BEDNET comes with a durable storage case that
easily slides behind the seat.
BEDNET says it is strong enough to hold an ATV, or just about
anything, in place. ATV Source has been using this product for
sometime now and has made it one of our first options when
needing to secure cargo in our trucks. But have we replaced all
of our tie downs with the BEDNET when carrying our ATV’s?
Unfortunately the answer is No. There are times when the
standard tie down is required over the BEDNET.
The BEDNET is designed to drape over any cargo in the bed of
the truck. Once all four anchor hooks are secured to the bed,
each corner strap assembly is pulled tightly to create downward
pressure on the cargo. This downward pressure concerned us as we
noticed the ATV’s fenders where also forced downward causing
them to bend. This bending could lead to fender damage. We also
had some difficulties with other ATV equipment that was covered
or protruded through the webbing such as hand guards, brake and
clutch levers. If you do not properly place the BEDNET in the
right position before tightening the straps, you can cause
damage to these items by bending or breaking them. Does this
mean you can’t use the BEDNET to secure an ATV? Not necessarily.
You will have to be extra careful when placing the BEDNET over
the ATV. As with any tie down system, you must periodically
check the tightness of the straps for long hauls. We found that
the "Quick Tite" buckles can loosen up as your cargo shifts.
Recording the time needed to place 4 tie downs on an ATV vs.
the BEDNET system, we found the total time was the about the
same. The BEDNET does come in handy for securing
We highly recommend the product if you haul a lot of cargo or
cargo that extends above your truck bed's side rails.
We did like the added feature of when you are not using the
product. It can be stowed away in a hard plastic
that you can keep tucked away behind the seat.
BEDNET is available in different colors and must be ordered
to fit your particular model truck. If used properly, the
BEDNET Cargo Restraint System can make your ATV secure in the
bed of your truck.
P.O. Box 6091
Knoxville, TN 37914
Phone: (866) 4BEDNET