I’m taking orders for ready-to-install bed bolt mounted D-ring tie downs AT COST. After doing some research, I found this solution for mounting my 2nd spare: http://www.fordraptorforum.com/f264/bed-bolt-tie-down-install-54540/ I installed 6 of these for TRR to secure my recovery kit and 2nd spare and they were AWESOME. They held up great, were beefy, and very functional as a tie-down point for multiple ratchets. The straps I used were 2” locking ratchets with hooks from Amazon for $30 (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01GIMUDEQ/ref=oh_aui_search_detailpage?ie=UTF8&psc=1 ). You could use something less beefy, like some 1” or 1-1/2” straps, but I like the look of the bigger ones. We’re only talking about a 100lb tire/wheel – I think two 2,500lbs WLL straps might be a bit overkill. Process to make these: •Order rings from a MOPAR parts supplier (I know, I know – sacrilege) •Grind to fit bed bolts •Touch-up paint with black gloss high-temp enamel engine paint (hardest stuff I know of to prevent chipping) How to install: •Remove bed bolts with T-50 Torx PLUS bit - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O846UI?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf •Push bed bolt through d-ring and “hand tighten” bed bolts •Use a ratchet strap to keep d-rings from rotating while applying final torque •Torque bed bolt to 56-ft-lbs Supplier: https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/mopar-retainer-5170492aa Pricing: If I order 12 at a time to save on shipping, the best price I can find for these online from a reliable source is $91.56 (including shipping). That comes out to $7.63 per ring. I’m rounding up to $9 to cover consumables (black high temp engine enamel paint, eventual replacement of my angle grinder wheel, 1 beer). Cost: •Shipped: $9 each d-ring + $8 shipping (USPS flat rate box) •Local pick-up (Houston): $9 each D-ring (I’ll help with the install) How to Order: PM me with what you want, whether you want to pay through Venmo or PayPal, and I’ll send you the total. I’ll order your stock once I receive payment. Delivery time will vary since I only bought a few to start and might have to order more, but from payment to your doorstep should be within 2 weeks or less. FAQs: Q: Why are you selling these at cost? A: Well, I’ve seen plenty of posts where fellow owners are looking for a bolt-on solution and don't want to hassle with the modification to the d-rings. With the cost of tools and setup, having 2 young kids, I understand that can be cost prohibitive for some and the time to modify the rings can be a factor. One of my favorite tools to use is an angle grinder (sparks flying!) and since I’m all setup, it only takes me 10-15 mins total time to make a set of 6, unless I’m changing color. So, I’m glad to have a little fun DIY action and help out fellow Raptor owners out at the same time who also contribute to this forum and community. Q: Why don’t I just order one of the 3-point ratcheting strap kits available from one of the vendors? A: If you like your tire mounting solution, you can keep your tire mounting solution! I like the looks of those kits too, and only having one ratchet is nice. Plus, if you’re looking at just mounting a second spare, the cost for 4 rings plus the straps I used ($40 + $30 = $70) is getting pretty close to the cost of the 3-point ratchet kits ($100ish). I didn’t go that route for a couple reasons: 1) I didn’t want to drill new holes into my bed and worry about loads on the aluminum, even with some reinforcement, 2) I use my truck a lot for its utility and wanted the extra 6 tie-down points, and 3) the solution I used still looks really clean and fit for purpose. Q: Can I get a discount? A: I’m selling these at cost. Not looking to make any money, just offer up an easy and clean solution for other owners. If you pick them up, I’ll throw in a firm handshake. Let me know if you want a set. I only have 1 set (6) on hand right now, so I’ll wait a few days to see if there’s some interest and I’ll make a large order from the Mopar dealer. Cheers!