Anyone have E-Track experience for load tiedown?

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Earl Merz
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Anyone have E-Track experience for load tiedown?

Post by Earl Merz » Mon Apr 08, 2019 12:51 pm

Who here has had experience with using E-Track to tie a car down to a trailer? I'd like to add E-Track to my trailer to tie the Camaro down but I have no experience with this system. Is all E-track rated the same or is there different track for use in vehicle tie down?
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Re: Anyone have E-Track experience for load tiedown?

Post by Steve Coe » Mon Apr 08, 2019 4:19 pm

Yes, I have it's a fantastic system. I had the pleasure of working for Dan Gurney in Sana Ana. All of the semi trailer's had the system and its great for tying down cars, cargo, etc.
We had 3 racks laid down on the floor, and one trailer wall about 1 1/2 foot above the floor. We could tie down anything. If it's good enough for this guy with a 2.1 million dollar car, it will work for you.

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Earl Merz
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Re: Anyone have E-Track experience for load tiedown?

Post by Earl Merz » Wed Apr 10, 2019 2:24 pm

I've used it before but wasn't sure if there were different rated tracks depending on use. I found some stull on Amazon with a 6000lb load rating, so I'll use that.
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