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Old 01-21-2015, 11:28 AM   #11
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Re: What kind of mounting strip is this?

I've got no clue what the PO used the L-track for, but here are the pics.

There's a long strip on the front bumper (above).

There's a strip along the back of the bench seat.


There's one on top of each interior wheel well.




There's a triangle of three of them on the center rear floor near the rear doors. Pic is below because there's a limit of three in a single post.
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Old 01-21-2015, 11:29 AM   #12
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Three on rear floor.
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Old 01-21-2015, 11:35 AM   #13
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Re: What kind of mounting strip is this?

The one on the bumper might have been used to tie down something on top (canoe?). The ones in the interior are nice if you have anything that needs to be secured. I had to add some tie down points on the interior of my van as well.

Are they just screwed in, or is there a washer and a nut on the back side?
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Old 01-21-2015, 12:11 PM   #14
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Re: What kind of mounting strip is this?

There are some great attachments for L-Track, not just tie-down rings. You can quick-attach rattle free threaded studs for removable cabinetry, for example. Very flexible for wishy-washy types like me who like to regularly change the furniture.
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Old 01-21-2015, 12:19 PM   #15
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Re: What kind of mounting strip is this?

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There are some great attachments for L-Track, not just tie-down rings. You can quick-attach rattle free threaded studs for removable cabinetry, for example. Very flexible for wishy-washy types like me who like to regularly change the furniture.
Hmmm, where would I find that sort of thing? I've been checking out the attachments available, but I haven't seen those.
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There are some great attachments for L-Track, not just tie-down rings. You can quick-attach rattle free threaded studs for removable cabinetry, for example. Very flexible for wishy-washy types like me who like to regularly change the furniture.
Hmmm, where would I find that sort of thing? I've been checking out the attachments available, but I haven't seen those.
I think I got some here:

https://www.macscustomtiedowns.com/cate ... Connectors

I got the actual tracks elsewhere. These guys brand their stuff "Versa Tie" or something but the studs and knobs work great on my standard L-Track.
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There are some great attachments for L-Track, not just tie-down rings. You can quick-attach rattle free threaded studs for removable cabinetry, for example. Very flexible for wishy-washy types like me who like to regularly change the furniture.
Hmmm, where would I find that sort of thing? I've been checking out the attachments available, but I haven't seen those.
I think I got some here:

https://www.macscustomtiedowns.com/cate ... Connectors

I got the actual tracks elsewhere. These guys brand their stuff "Versa Tie" or something but the studs and knobs work great on my standard L-Track.
Very cool - thank you!
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Pic is below because there's a limit of three in a single post.
Dia: There is a 3 picture limit per post if you browse and pick them directly off of your computer. If you add them to your gallery (as I see you have already done for some pics) you can copy the link below the image in the gallery and paste into a post. Using this method, you are not limited to 3 pictures per post.
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