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E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide - Qty 1

E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide - Qty 1

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This backing plate reinforces and improves the tie-down support of your E-track system (sold separately). The zinc-plated steel plate bolts onto your trailer or other mounting surface on the side opposite the E-track. Hardware not included. Call 800-298-8924 to order Brophy accessories and parts part number BPEZ or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Brophy products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide - Qty 1. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Brophy Accessories and Parts - BPEZ

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This backing plate reinforces and improves the tie-down support of your E-track system (sold separately). The zinc-plated steel plate bolts onto your trailer or other mounting surface on the side opposite the E-track. Hardware not included.


Features:

  • Backing plate reinforces the surface where E-track (sold separately) is mounted and improves tie-down support
  • Compatible with most horizontal or vertical E-track
  • Zinc-plated steel resists rust and corrosion
  • Simple, bolt-on installation
    • Plate attaches directly under E-track and on the opposite side of the mounting surface
    • Hardware not included


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 6-1/2" long x 6" wide x 1/8" thick
  • Quantity: 1 backing plate
  • Limited 1-year warranty


Product Dimensions



BP12 Brophy E Track Reinforcement Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2 Inches Long x 6 Inches Wide - Qty 1





Video of E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide - Qty 1

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for Brophy Zinc Plated E-Track Backing Plate Installation

Today we are going to be taking a look at the E-Trak Backing Plate. Part number BPEZ. As you can see, it definitely gives us more surface area under here, instead of just at each bolt location, you have got a whole plate that 4 different bolts go through here, to tie down the E-Trak. These plates are 6 inches by 6 1/2 inches and they are an eighth of an inch thick. They are zinc plated steel so that they are nice and strong, but they will also resist rust and corrosion. Depending on your application, it does have some additional holes as well, depending on how you need to mount it. These, with that extra surface area they provide, especially under things like a plywood floor here, it is going to give you that extra strength for when that 6,000 pound capacity of the E-Trak is being put into place. If it is just pulling up on single bolts that are small in diameter, they are more likely to pull through than a plate that is 6 inches by 6 1/2 inches. From the top of the E-Trak you see the heads of the bolt's here, and that is the only thing that you can see that goes through to that plate underneath.

It helps maintain a nice clean look for your E-Trak. Having those plates underneath also makes sure that that E-Trak feels nice and secure. On this 2 foot section of E-Trak right here, I have already got either end attached to the frame rail here and here. Now, take our backing plate. I am going to put two of them in, we will put one where these holes, these two outer holes line up with these two holes, on either side. Then the other one, I am going to put right here, to where these holes line up with these holes here.

Now that I know which holes I am going to use, I am going to take a drill bit and drill these out. The holes in the E-Trak itself are 1/4 inch, but the holes in the backing plate are 5/16 of an inch. Throughout this trailer we have used 5/16 inch bolts. In order to do that, what I am going to do is take my 5/16 drill bit and I am going to drill these holes out just a little bit bigger. In the process, I will also be able to drill out the hole through the plywood. Now that I have got those drilled out, I am just going to clean this us and then I will be able to put my bolts through.

Once I am all done pushing these through, we can head underneath and get ready to mount our plates up. Now that we are underneath, we can see all 8 of our bolts poking through here. I am just going to takes some of these little wood chips that we're chipping away from drilling out our holes. I will just pull them off and out of the way. With that area cleaned up, I can get ready to start putting our plates up into place. Where we have got these 4 holes in a line, those are going to be straight down the center here.

We will get these lined up. I am just going to put a lock washer and nut on one of these to start, just to help hold it up there. I have got these two coming through here, the other ones are just ever so slightly off. Now lets check the fitment on our other one here. Put my lock washer and nut on this one, it is sticking all the way through. I am just going to snug these up by hand to help hold the plate in place when we try and push those other bolts back down through. Just take a hammer and tap down. If it doesn't want to go down all the way, you can also take your 1/2 inch or 13mm socket and just kind of run it down. It should grip just enough on the sides of the bracket, the hole of the bracket underneath to pull it down through. We can get the rest of our lock washers and nuts started. Once we have got them all started, we can go around and tighten them up. These are again going to be 1/2 inch or 13mm socket on the underside here. When you are tightening these up, they don't need to be super tight, but you want to make sure that they are run down all the way, and nice and secure. If they do want to spin on you when you are getting them almost all the way tight, you can have somebody else hold a wrench on the top side at the head of the bolt while you tighten it up the rest of the way. That is going to complete our look at the E-Trak backing plate. Part number BPEZ.


Customer Reviews

E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide - Qty 1 - BPEZ

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (93 Customer Reviews)

This backing plate reinforces and improves the tie-down support of your E-track system (sold separately). The zinc-plated steel plate bolts onto your trailer or other mounting surface on the side opposite the E-track. Hardware not included.

- BPEZ
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First time I used these plates. They are thicker and stronger than I imagined they would be. Looks like they will do the job. 210275


Comments
Great. Still holding.
Danny B - 07/07/2016

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- BPEZ
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Etrailer has fast shipping and excellent products. I've ordered and installed E-Track with backers for my enclosed trailer. Just ordered my parts. Great company! 543632


Comments
No issues and a great company, fast shipping too!
James - 08/16/2019

60107

- BPEZ
by:

I'm very happy with the products. I had purchased from etrailer in the past and was very satisfied then, which is the reason I returned when I needed tie down equipment. I was not disappointed. The service, products and advice was great. I installed the e-tract without any difficulty. I'm also happy to say that it secured my antique fire hose cart in a manner that protected it and kept it from moving while traveling. Thanks to all. When I need anything else you can be sure I will come back. 270356



- BPEZ
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Good item as far as construction goes, check spacing before ordering though... side to side spacing is 4-5/8" center to center as shown on the site in one place and 4-1/2" CtoC further down the page. The spacing shown for the e-track itself is 4-1/2" CtoC. The spacing on the e-track I have on hand (previous purchase elsewhere) is only 4-3/8" CtoC . Of course I got the 4-5/8" CtoC pieces so ended up having to re-drill to make them work. 129340



- BPEZ
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Item is great for reinforcing the track mounting areas. 583757



- BPEZ
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Installed the e-track on my flatbed trailer yesterday using these plates as intended. CAUTION ....... these plates DO NOT line up with the vertical e-track despite the description stating "most horizontal and vertical" e-track. It wasn't a huge issue for me only because my friend has a fully equipped workshop and garage which included a drill press. We were able to bolt them together in 3 separate stacks and drill them to accommodate the holes in the track. If you do not have that luxury then it will be quite a job, depending on how many plates you are using. In my case it was 18. Once drilled they installed easily using a 1/4" impact wrench which expedited the installation quite nicely. This is a 2 person job without a doubt. It would be very difficult for 1 person to do this on their own. My setup is used for hauling 2 motorcycles, 4 wheeler, Kubota RTV, a 15,000 watt generator, and other miscellaneous equipment (not all at the same time). I am satisfied with the product to include the e-track, as well as the customer service provided by etrailer.com. I have ordered numerous items from them over the last several years and have always had a good experience. I am attaching several photos for review. Thank you etrailer.com. 591238



- BPEZ
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Back plate for Erickson ATV E-track Ti e-Down. 901595



- BPEZ
by: 09/17/2020

Strong and rust free a year after insta llation. 882345



- BPEZ
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This is a great product and high quality. The only issue that I had was the holes didn't exactly match up on the EM09160 Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ Ratchet Straps and Wheel Chocks. On each plate I had to drill two holes . If it wasn't for that I would have given 5 stars 882086



- BPEZ
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This will hold down the track quite well 857953



- BPEZ
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Could be a little longer to incorporate the Aluma support beams. 791069



- BPEZ
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Excellent service. Very fast shipping. Would definitely order from again. I recommend 787115



- BPEZ
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Awesome! Fast shipping ! Excellent prod uct!! 785895



- BPEZ
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Exactly as described! 768166



- BPEZ
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Worked great!! Nice quality 765464



- BPEZ
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Product and service was great! 739777



- BPEZ
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Only fit the Erickson ATV tie downs with 2 of the multiple holes available. After drilling 2 additional holes are you able to use 4 holes max of the 6 that are on the ATV mounting chocks/tie downs. Nice solid plate though. 683472



- BPEZ
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Worked great and matched up perfectly to the E-track rail. 604897



- BPEZ
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Ordered my last four backing plates, these will run the entire length of the track except where I bolted it to the frame rails. Good heavy duty and should keep my hot rod safe and secure. 580853



- BPEZ
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These plates are very heavy duty. Depending on what you are using them for, you may need to drill different holes. I had to on some of them due to where the metal cross members were under my trailer. These are very seriously strong metal plates and after a year they are holding up perfectly. 561680



- BPEZ
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Excellent customer service. Received expedited shipping services at no extra cost. I have E-track from two different sources, the backing plate fits only one. Before you order I suggest that you measure your E-track to make sure that the mounting holes will align with the holes on the backing plate. I have a drill press so I drilled additional or enlarged existing holes as required. 538537



- BPEZ
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Good 520565



- BPEZ
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I ordered these but I am not sure I really needed them for my installation. I was able to tie in the e-tracks to my metal subframe. I used these to reinforce the front and end of each track. 499261



- BPEZ
by:

Nice product. 496238



- BPEZ
by:

etrailer is the best place to buy things for your trailer and your truck. and everyone that I run into that has a trailer a truck or an RV I recommend etrailer. keep up the good work and I'll be buying more products from you shortly. thank you. 495559


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Ask the Experts about this Brophy Accessories and Parts

  • Backing Plate for Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ Ratchet Straps and Wheel Chocks # EM09160
    You could use the E-track backing plate part # BPEZ for when you install the Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ Ratchet Straps and Wheel Chocks # EM09160. These were designed for use with E-Tracks so the dimensions match perfectly.
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  • Can E-Tracks Attach to Trailer's Mesh Floor
    Yes, you could use E-Track on a trailer with a steel mesh with the proper backing plate under the mesh and/or by securing it to the support beams on the underside of the trailer. You can use backing plate # BPEZ and carriage bolt hardware kit part # SLHCBDS-P and you'd be set.
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  • Backing Plate Recommendation for Wood Floor E-Track Trailer Installation
    To use E-track on your aluminum framed, wood-floored trailer I would recommend using the backing plate part # BPEZ. This will mount underneath the wood and then would give the E-track like part # E19148 (5 foot section) a secure attachment.
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  • Recommended Number of Backing Plates for 10 Foot Sections of E-Track
    For 10 feet of track I recommend using at least 4 of the E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ. Put one at each end and two evenly spaced to the the middle. If you will be securing larger loads, then you will want to use more. The flooring already present in your trailer will make a big difference as to how many you may choose to use as well. You can use up to three for each 2 foot section if desired.
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  • Will Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit Work With Brophy E-Track
    Depending on what your plan on bolting the Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit and Wheel Chocks # EM09160 to you may not need the backing plate # BPEZ. I have a picture attached where it's bolted to a truck bed with no plate. However, if you want to use the Brophy E-track backing plate # BPEZ with the Erickson ATV E-Track Tie-Down Kit and Wheel Chocks # EM09160, they will work with each other but may need some adjustments. Please note you will supply appropriate installation hardware...
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  • Recommended Backing Plates For 8 Foot Sections Of E-Track On Pressure Treated Floor
    I recommend using 2 to 3 E-Track Backing Plate - Zinc Plated Steel - 6-1/2" Long x 6" Wide, # BPEZ for a 5 foot section of Erickson Horizontal E-Track # E19148. Depending on the thickness of your pressure treated floor would determine if I'd use 2 or 3. If it is a sturdy floor, you can use 2 with one on each end. If you want maximum support, I'd use 3 and put one in the center of the track as well.
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  • Securing Various Vehicles in Car Hauler Using E-Track
    Since the vehicles will be of varying widths and weights, the best way to go would be to run the two parallel lengths so they's be a few inches inboard from the wheels of the narrowest vehicle and use a ratchet/axle strap type setup to secure them. For each vehicle, you'd need 4 e-track anchors, part # 59147 and 4 of the Car Tie-Down kits, part # 08504-05. The kit includes ratchet and axle straps and will work if the individual weight of each vehicle is less than 8000 lbs (which it...
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  • Spacing the Tracks When Installing E-Track to Metal Floor of Car Hauler
    If you are planning on using an E-track wheel strap like the part # EM58523 (which would be your best and easiest option for securing the vehicle), you would want to space the E-track sections the exact same width as the tires on your vehicle. Right down the middle like in the picture I attached would be ideal. The ratings for the tracks is the amount of weight they can secure. So part # EM19147 can secure up to 6,000 lbs.
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  • How Many Backing Plates Should be Used to Secure an 8 Foot Length of E-Track
    It really depends. At the very least I would say that you would need 3 backing plates # BPEZ per E-Track section; one at each end and one in the middle. Five spaced evenly apart would probably be better. When attaching things to the E-track I recommend securing them at the locations along the track that are attached to the backing plates because that is where it would be the strongest. As far as how many fasteners to use Erickson says to use 2 per linear foot of track.
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  • What is the longest Section of E-Track Available
    The longest section of E-Track that we carry is a 5-foot long section, # E19148. To get to 10 feet you would also need a 2 on each side.
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  • Installing E-Track on an Aluminum Trailer
    If it were my trailer I would fasten the E-Track to the support beams under the trailer, either the side to side one or front to back ones, by going all the way through those support beams. E-Track like # E19148 is zinc-coated steel and since the trailer is aluminum you would want to paint the bottom of the E-Track. Otherwise the dissimilar metals can cause corrosion to start. Be sure to also consider the fasteners used. Zinc-coated fasteners could be used but you will want to spray...
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  • BPEZ Mounting Intervals for 8 Foot Long Section of E-Track
    For an 8 foot long section of E-Track I'd go with 3 of the # BPEZ per rail. One at each end and one in the middle. I attached an install video for this for you to check out as well.
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  • Backing Plates to Use With E-Track System on V-Nose Enclosed Trailer
    You're on the right track- the Brophy E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ is what you'll want to use as a support plate under your E-track system like the Brophy # ET05 or Erickson # E19135. You'll want to use a backing plate at each end of the track and in the middle for the maximum support. Additionally, if the underside of your trailer is aluminum, you'll want to use a coat of paint or some other sort of insulating material to prevent galvanic corrosion between the two metals.
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  • Can E-Track be Mounted to a Trailer with a Steel Mesh Floor
    Yes, you could use E-Track on a trailer with a steel mesh with the proper backing plate under the mesh and/or by securing it to the support beams on the underside of the trailer. You can use backing plate # BPEZ.
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  • Can E-Tracks Be Installed On a Trailer With Expanded Metal Floor
    In order to install a set of e-tracks like the Erickson Horizontal E-Track part # E19148 on a trailer with expanded metal floor you would need to install several backing plates like the E-Track Backing Plate part # BPEZ under the floor for support. The number of backing plates needed will vary depending on the length of the e-track and the amount of weight you have secured to it so you will just need to use your best judgement. I have attached a list of different e-track lengths for...
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  • Hole Spacing of Brophy # BPEZ E-Track Backing Plate
    The spacing isn't a perfect match, but it could be made to work very easily. There will be a 1/8 inch difference between the hole spacing of the # BPEZ backer plate and the spacing of your Kinedyn track system. It would be pretty easy to use a rotary tool or a file to slot the holes a little bit so they'd work.
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  • Will E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ Fit PowerTye E-Tracks
    Yes, the backing plate part # BPEZ is compatible with the PowerTye E-Track that you mentioned. They are made to the same dimensions as what the # BPEZ is designed to fit.
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  • E Track Mounting Recommendations
    Absolutely, you can mount E track just about anywhere it will fit. We had a customer send in a picture of his E track mounted sided to side on his trailer so the pressure is across all the decking instead of just one board. You can check out the pictured I linked. I recommend using E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ when installing E track. The backing plate reinforces and improves the tie-down support of your E-track system by mounting to the opposite side of the E track (essentially sandwiching...
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  • Backing Plate Recommendation When Installing E-Track on Trailer Floor
    You'd want to use a backing plate like part # BPEZ when installing the e-track like the part # E19148 and there isn't a crossmember you can attach to.
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  • Can E-Track be Installed in Car Hauler for Multiple Car Widths
    You can install the Erickson Horizontal E-Track # E19148 in any manner you like, so for a car hauler that has cars of different widths you can place E-track side-by-side, as you can see one of our customers did in the accompanying photo. This E-track is only 5-1/8" wide so you can install numerous different tracks to meet as many widths as possible. For additional support I do recommend using the E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ during your install. This would be the best option and then...
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  • What Does Working Load Limit Mean for E-Track
    Good question and the 2,000 lb working load limit (WLL) of the Erickson Horizontal E-Track such as the 5 foot # E19148 is the safe limit for the weight of the cargo the track is helping secure. To simplify, it is the cargo capacity that the track can safely handle so you do not want to exceed it. However, the 2,000 lb limit is per track, so that means if you put down two tracks horizontally, your WLL would go up to 4,000 lbs. This track cannot actually be welded on, it needs to be secured...
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  • Backing Plates and Wheel Nets for E-Track System
    I have a solution for you, but the CargoSmart X-Track Cargo Organizer Pro Bundle # 3481788-P does not come with any backing plates, but you can add them with the E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ. You will need to drill new holes in this backing plate in order to make it compatible with the CargoSmart X-Tracks, but this is the only option we have available. While there aren't any wheel straps like the Pro Grip # 317-18900 that fit in the E-Track rails, you can use the Erickson E-Track Tie-Down...
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  • How Does Smart Fortwo Get Secured to Aluma Trailer Using E-Tracks
    I attached the picture I believe you were referencing for securing a Smart car too a Aluma trailer using E-track. The straps used in the picture are the Erickson Adjustable Wheel Net with E-Track Fittings # 77314 which basically just snap into place into the slots of the E-tracks and then the ratchet tightens the straps to the tires. I also attached a second picture that shows a closer angle for you to check out to see more. We also have wheel chocks that fit into e-track as well that would...
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  • What Hardware Should I Use to Install Erickson E-Tracks
    Yes. A 304 or 18-8 bolt (which have the same makeup) will be sufficient to mount the Erickson E-Tracks # E19135 and carry your 1700-lbs UTV. I would also recommend using a the E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ to add strength and improve tie-down support. If you also need some wheel chocks that fit in these E-tracks, the Erickson E-Chock Wheel Chock # EM09162-2 make a great addition to your new E-track setup since they fit directly into the Erickson E-tracks and provide a solution to eliminate...
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  • Erickson E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ Ratchet Straps # EM58523-09162 Recommendation for Car Hauler
    For securing a vehicle to a trailer the Erickson E-Track Tie-Down Kit w/ Ratchet Straps # EM58523-09162 that you referenced is a great choice. It's very easy to use and works well. It also gives flexibility in how the vehicle will attach to the floor since the different slots can easily be selected. It will require you to install E-tracks on the floor of you trailer though like the # EM19147 for 4 foot long sections. For a backing plate to install on the bottom of the trailer we have the...
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  • Can the Erickson Horizontal E-Tracks Be Used on a Car Trailer
    So long as the wooden planks are securely attached to the steel cross beams I see no reason as to why the Erickson Horizontal E-Track part # EM59150 with the Erickson Adjustable Wheel Net part # 77314 would not work for you. However, if you are concerned with strength then you can always add a backing plate to the back of the planks with the E-Track Backing Plate part # BPEZ. I have attached review videos for you as well.
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  • Wheel Chock Recommendation for a Honda Goldwing 1800
    It looks like the front tire on your Goldwing is a 130 width meaning it is just a little bit over 5 inches wide. That would be just slightly too large for the MaxxTow Adjustable, Self-Locking Wheel Chock # MT70271 which accepts tires 3 to 5 inches wide. There is a similar option for wider tires, # MTMWC-01R, which will take a tire up to 7-1/8 inches wide. There isn't a backing plate that comes with it or a specific one designed for it but I do recommend using one such as # BPEZ since...
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  • E-Track Parts to Secure Rock Crawler on Deck Trailer
    It is best to have E-Tracks like # E19148 installed in the direction of travel for securing a vehicle. The previous owner of the trailer may have had a specialized cargo application that required left-to-right positioning of the tracks. That's fine for tool boxes and equipment but for a 2-1/2-ton vehicle with a high center of gravity it is safer to have the wheel nets like # 77314 installed without twists or lateral tension. It's no big deal to make the minor modification needed. You...
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  • Do I Need To Use Backing Plates For Installation of E-Track in Ford Transit Cargo Van
    If you cannot secure the Erickson Horizontal E-Track # E19148 to the frame of the vehicle, you will need to use a backing plate like the E-Track Backing Plate # BPEZ to help provide a more secure connection to the wall of your Ford Transit cargo van. Since the wall of the van is likely aluminum and these tracks and backing plate are made of steel, you will either need to paint both mating surfaces, as well as the hardware that you're using to secure them to the floor. You can also use...
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