A, E & L Cargo Track Tie Downs

Our trailer tie-down systems are the easiest way to prevent cargo from shaking, vibrating or sliding around during transport. We have complete tie-down kits along with separate rails, plates, and straps for use with enclosed haulers, cargo vans and trucks. Find an E-Track, A-Track or L-Track system at a great price today!

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How to Tie-Down a Motorcycle using E-Tracks

Using ratchet straps with E-hooks and S-hooks, soft looks, and an E-track, you can create a smooth, efficient tie-down process when loading your bike for transit:

  1. Before loading up, anchor two E-tracks to the right side of the trailer, and two on the left.
  2. Slip two E-hook ends of your four ratchet straps into one side of the track and move them out of the way.
  3. Repeat on the other side.
  4. Load your bike using a secured ramp, and sit the front wheel in a wheel chock.
  5. Attach two soft loops to each handlebar, and two on the rear frame.
  6. Connect the S-hooks of your ratchet straps to the soft loops and tighten.
  7. Try not to over-compress the suspension while ensuring the bike is firmly tied down.

Outfit Your Van or Trailer with Cargo Tracks

Tying down your load before travel significantly reduces the risk of accidents, broken equipment or personal injury. Here are three typical tie-down track models to consider:

  • The E-Track System is a versatile solution for restraining furniture during commercial moving projects, all the way up to motorcycles and ATVs. The trailer tie-down rails attach to the floor or walls and have multiple anchor points for securing cargo of any size or shape.
  • The L-Track System is often used for restraining wheelchairs and power scooters inside a large vehicle. The tie-down track can come in multiple mounting styles such as regular L-Track, surface L-Track and flange track depending on the flooring layout of your vehicle.
  • The A-Track Systems is similarly used for restraining mobiltity devices inside vans and other vehicles.