92" Adjustable Steel Shoring Beam - Extends to 103"

92" Adjustable Steel Shoring Beam - Extends to 103"!

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92" Adjustable Steel Shoring Beam - Extends to 103"

92" Adjustable Steel Shoring Beam - Extends to 103"!

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  • Length: 92"
  • Overall length: 103"
  • Working load limit: 1,500 lbs.
  • Product weight: 26.2 lbs.


High-Strength Steel Load Bars

Steel shoring beams are made of high strength steel and offer adjustable, easy-release E-fitting ends. These decking beams are adjustable from 92" to 103" and offer superb strength with extreme ease in application.

Heavy-Duty Decking Bars

If you need extra storage space in your enclosed trailer, these shoring beams are perfect for decking applications. Just attach two beams at the same height at different points along your trailer using E-track, then cover them with plywood or another flat surface to create your second level. This improves your transport capacity and even allows for better cargo organization.

Learn more about load bar decking on our blog!

Comprehensive Logistic Bar Options

For stronger solutions, try our aluminum shoring beams. If you are looking for a more economical way to shore up your cargo, try our wood end sockets which work in conjunction with 2x lumber. We also carry a full line of E-track, E-track straps, and hardware in our E-Track Straps & Tie-Downs category.

Adjustable Steel Shoring/Decking Beam 92" - 103"Please call for accurate shipping rates on orders of 15 beams or more

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Gary Park
Solid strong beam.

I bought just one steel beam to compare to the aluminum ones. One negative is the width is much more narrow than the aluminum, so less contact area for whatever the load is. I like the steel to be able to weld brackets or drill holes for attaching angle iron support panels. The material is thick enough to allow for welding and rivet type threaded inserts. The smooth top surface is better for carrying steel or tubing because the aluminum ones have a ribbed top that could either be damaged by steel stock, or could itself damage the surface of things like pvc pipe, though you could easily pad it. Anyway, good product!

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