What type of track system is installed in my reefer?

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  1. VEBA Hall'n

    VEBA Hall'n Bobtail Member

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    I would appreciate any assistance with identifying the type of vertical "track system" that is currently installed in my recently purchased 2016 Utility 3000R trailer. I have had several trailer maintenance shops look but so far no one knows. I would like to buy cargo straps and load bars that are compatible with these tracks. Thank you and hope all is well. 284874822_410776614283135_9080729852116937573_n.jpg 284918700_1044493799836467_6485936468190753387_n.jpg 285812931_366414865377027_8130621130435472984_n.jpg IMG_3956.jpg IMG_3957.jpg
     
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  3. VEBA Hall'n

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    @Flat Earth Trucker appreciate your quick response. I've seen that product and considered finding one locally to verify however, the shape does not match and it does actually state "The adjustable e-fitting heads lock into e-track.".
     
  4. Flat Earth Trucker

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    I looked online and wasn't able to identify your specific rail track type. It may be a custom track made for a single customer.

    E track is most common and is easily found.
     
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    Some very expensive auto parts loads are put on 2 story deck with plywood put on top the bars that fit in the slots you have in that trailer when broken down it is a big pile of (parts) in front part of trailer when going back to get next load?
     
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