Trying to decide whether L-Track or E-Track is the better choice for your tie down needs? It depends on where you'll be installing it. Whether you're a truck owner, a logistics professional, or someone in the shipping industry, choosing the right cargo securement system is paramount.
Read more below on the differences between these two popular tracks and determine which one - E-Track or L-Track - is best for your needs.
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If you want added versatility for lightweight applications, then you need L-Track. The track contains pre-drilled holes for easy installation anywhere along your truck bed or trailer, and its modular design allows you to reconfigure and customize your tie down setup as needed. This makes it super convenient to adapt to different cargo sizes.
US Cargo Control provides many different styles of L-Track to suit your specifications. All L-Track rails are made with an aluminum or black painted finish for durable protection against the outdoor elements. The lengths of these rails range from 6" to 96" long.
L-Track products are available in four different types:
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Which One Should You Choose?
Choosing between L-Track and E-Track depends on your tie down needs and your truck or trailer setup. Both L-Track and E-Track are incredibly strong and versatile. However, E-Track tends to work better for heavier-duty cargo with the added benefit of securing tall or stacked cargo items to trailer walls. L-Track, on the other hand, had better versatility and allows you more options to create custom tie down setups.
No matter which option you choose, E-Track and L-Track from US Cargo Control are both high-quality tie down trails guaranteed to keep your cargo safe and secure. For more information on these tie down systems, read our additional articles and resources listed below!