what is the difference between vertical and horizontal e track? Dimensions?
asked by: Tim
The main difference between the horizontal and vertical E-tracks is which way the slots on the bar run.
The horizontal E-track cargo control like part # E19148 can be mounted horizontally on the wall or floor in an enclosed cargo or open trailer. It also creates several tie down points to secure loads. It is 5 feet long and has a overall width of 5-inches. The slots each have a length of 2.45-inches and a width of .58 inches. See diagram to the right. Additional lengths we offer are 2 feet # EM59150 and 8 feet # E19135.
The vertical E-track part # E19146 is currently available and will come in 4 foot pieces and can be mounted on the floor or wall. The overall width is 3-1/2 inches. The slots each have a length of 2.41-inches and a width of .55 inches. See diagram to the right.
The E-track wood beam socket # 59149 can be used with horizontal, vertical and single E-tracks. These brackets part # 59149 will allow you to attach a 2-inch board to an E-track anchor on your trailer. You can create adjustable and removable shelves, beds, and dividers in your truck, trailer, or toy hauler.
I have included a couple videos and I also recommend viewing the multiple customer photos on the product page.