I went back to the upfitter with pictures of wagons with the walls and headliner taken off to see what was possible without much expense/problem. He thought that he would be able to put L-track along the wall at the floor on both sides. Under the cup holders on both sides. On the ceiling where the plastic trees hold up the head liner on both sides. Each track for labor only would be $75. So for 6 strips it would be $450. Does this sound do-able? With roof vents for AC, not sure the L-track will be able to be mounted at the trees? Would I need the black end pieces on the L-track? Angled vs flat? Input on price and advice is welcomed before I order the track. Thanks.
I like those short sections, they could be very handy.ilovehotshot,
I'm including a link to the different types of Q-Straint flooring attachments, below. These are designed for wheelchairs, but can be used for just about anything. There are 3 different types of "L" track design (regular, flange and surface mount) that you can look at along with smaller 3-4" ones that you can place anywhere you want without having to buy long pieces of "L" Track.
You might find something you like.
Thanks USMC Vet. I looked at those at a mobility upfitter. Since I am so unsure as to what I am ultimately going to want to carry or tie down, I am trying to cover all my bases. Right now I have a bunk bed cot and motorcycles, but mom's mobility is not good so a wheelchair is in her future and I want her to be able to ride in the wagon. Hince the roof track and a hammock might be fun also. I also serve as the family mover so lots of tie downs are better for me.
Hi,I'm getting ready to order L-Track. I noticed that some use airplane L track and some have just used L-track or did not specify. Which is best and where is the best (cheapest) place to order it from? Thanks, Shawn
Hi,I'm not holding seating down. Others have said it is better than E-track. I will be strapping stuff down. Lightweight electric motorcycles and crap. I would like to be have to hang a hammock or something similar. If you have a better suggestion, I am totally open to ideas.
I used through bolt with nuts for all of my L-track, floor and walls. I used 1/4-20 SS flat head allen bolts with SS nylock nuts with SS washers. I was able to reach most of the holes in the walls pretty well but for a few I had to get real clever and made a flexible wrench extension to reach up into some areas.Sorry to revive an old thread, but can anyone give specs on the type of bolt/screw used to mount the l track on the sides? What was used? A sheet metal coarse thread? Eine blind hole how was it done? Many thanks, l track on the way...