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Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring - 2" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - 1,200 lbs

Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring - 2" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - 1,200 lbs

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Erickson E-Track - E59143

  • E-Track Anchor
  • 1200 lbs
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E-Track D-Ring

  • 2" x 6" Strap
  • Maximum Capacity: 3,500 lbs
  • Safe Working Load Limit: 1,200 lbs.
  • D-Ring: 2" Wide x 1-1/2" Tall

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59143 ETrack 2" D-Ring, 3.5K





Video of Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring - 2" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - 1,200 lbs

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




Video Transcript for Erickson E-Track Tie-Off with D-Ring Review

Speaker 1: Today we're gonna be taking a look at the Erickson E-Track tie-off with D-ring. It's 8 1/4 inches long by 2 inches wide, and offers a 1200 pound safe working load limit. Part number is E59143.Now this D-ring connection point is really gonna give you tons of adaptability with your E-Track system. You see it's designed just to clip right in. Gives us an 8 1/4 inch by 2 inch wide strap. Has full polyester webbing on it, so it's very similar to a seatbelt or a regular ratchet strap kind of material.You're gonna pull your lever down, you can see how that kinda opens that gate up.

It goes up in the track, bottom goes down. And it's just a matter of sliding It straight down. See, that's gonna give us a good fixed point. Allow us to attach our straps to with hooks, or even loop ropes through, that way we can get our items secured that way.Here's just one example of many different options you're gonna have on how to use your tie-outs. What we're gonna do is just place it in the E-Track, we're gonna secure a UTV here.

It's gonna be placed just in front of our tire. Of course it's gonna be very easy to get our hook connected there.Then we've got our strap connected to one here on the back side of the tire, just bringing it right up over the center to the front. Makes it really easy to get everything nice and secure. See, nice and taut. We get the rest of our tires done that same way, we'll be ready to head down the road.Now we've got a few different examples of tie-outs here, and we want to go over the differences between them, kinda give you an idea, compare a couple of them together.This is the one we've been looking at from Erickson, and you can see we've got almost a carbon copy of it here, this is from Titan.

Now I like the Titan stitching. You can see it's got that really nice diamond cross pattern, whereas with your Erickson, diamond pattern not quite as much stitching. The Erickson does have a little bit more room here for the D-ring to move. You don't see that with the Titan.But definitely the ring on the Erickson is more heavy duty than what we have with that Titan. The Erickson has a higher weight capacity, so that definitely makes a difference, that ring size being just a little bit larger in diameter.Next tie out we'll compare to is just gonna be the basic Erickson quick clip.

It's gonna secure the same way. This is the plate style, where they just kinda stack the plates together. The lever for the top's a little bit larger on this one than what we have on the Erickson. But you lose a little bit of flexibility. This is just gonna be pretty much fixed in this point. That's where your connection point's gonna be.Whereas with your Erickson, if you've got something that's rounded, or a little bit more contoured, you can see with those straps, really helps to get around items like that, to give us a little bit more flexibility.And that's gonna complete our look at the Erickson E-Track tie off with D-ring, part number E59143.


Customer Reviews

Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring - 2" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - 1,200 lbs - E59143

Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (634 Customer Reviews)


- E59143
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This E-Track (and E-Track straps) was installed on the wall of my box trailer to secure a rolling took chest. It has performed flawlessly. Thanks again etrailer, for a great product.



- E59143
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I purchased 6 of the above e-track extensions to complete my gear for my motorcycle trailer. This now allows me along with all my other gear to appropriately secure my motorcycles when transporting them across town or across country. I am very happy with this equipment. I will continue to check out entrails line of equipment and gear as needed. The complete process from ordering, paying and receiving product was painless.


Comments
Absolutely great. I still use them weekly hauling motorcycles, furniture and even a huge gun safe. They work just as designed and I’m glad I purchased 6 of them.
Rhys - 06/19/2021


- E59143
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Provides flexibility in securing cargo inside trailer. Well made product. Good value.



- E59143
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I picked up 2 of these just for extra tie-points for our gear. Didn't really need this heavy duty. great prices and service from etrailer, fast shipping and well-packed boxes.



- E59143
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Decent price with excellent options for replacement parts.



- E59143
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my first time to install and use E-track and accessories and am very happy with the quality of the product. our cargo trailer is used for hauling mostly antiques and furniture we intend to use this tie off ring to connect our existing straps which do not have the required end track fittings. the picture shows using new straps also purchased.


Comments
everything is fine tie downs have worked well
Bill H - 12/11/2017



- E59143
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fast delivery



- E59143
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Modified this cargo trailer to haul RC airplanes(too big to fit in my pickup) and remove the upper deck to make it useful for hauling other items. This makes a truly utility cargo trailer. Numerous tie downs with Etrack is really great. I have other pics if your interested. I just purchased an enclosed car hauler and I plan on installing Etrack in it. Thanks for making great products !



- E59143
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Decked out my new cargo trailer with this e-track. Looks sweet! Heavy gauge construction. Easy installation. Along with the Erickson E-Track straps now I'm ready to haul just about anything safely and securely. Thanks etrailer!



- E59143
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pretty sweet man put a good dip in and crack a cold one



- E59143
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Etrailer supplied the equipment I needed at a great price and shipped the the northwest coast with on days from when I placed the order. All the e-track hardware and equipment was in stock and arrived packaged very well with no shipping damage. The e-track is heavy duty, much more than I had expected and it was easy to install. Looking forward to upgrading my trailer even more from etrailer. Thanks again!



- E59143
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great product


Comments
great
Mike - 11/01/2020


- E59143
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Excellent product! I bought 2 of the 4-ft e-tracks. These are heavier duty than I thought they would be. They are extremely practical for my 10' wood floored utility trailer. If you are like me, there aren't many good tie down points on wood bottomed trailers. These are an easy fix for a host of applications. They work great for having multiple points to tie down my 4-wheeler or lawnmower. I will definitely recommend! The only better would have been free shipping.



- E59143
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These track tie offs exceeded my expectations. I have use a flimsier type on the past but when we installed these yesterday into our bands trailer, replacing the old tie offs, you can immediately see the difference in quality of both the stitching of the cloth and the weight of the metal. I'm ordering more today



- E59143
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Great quality and workmanship. Love the e-track system and all of the versatile ways it can be used. Exceptional customer service is the standard here. I will always go to etrailer.com for my trailer needs!



- E59143
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Solid construction and strong as h*ll. I use these on everything I want to tie down on any of the tracks I have in place.



- E59143
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Very nice for being able to use normal store brand tie down straps with the Etrack system. Everything seems really well built and more than capable of handling its load rating.



- E59143
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etrack and d'rings arrived 2 days before schedule...a very welcome surprise! Products were shipped as advertised and are perfect for securing cargo. Will order again from etailer!



- E59143
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This strap is made of quality material and is easy to install in the e-track. The strap is a must with the e-track and worked fine to secure my cargo.



- E59143
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E-track "D" rings are exactly as advertised. Good quality and work wonderfully.



- E59143
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E-Track is very well engineered, small yet strong and works anywhere along the horizontal E Track system.



- E59143
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Excellent quality. Durable. Tough.


Comments
Performing excellently
Gene - 05/25/2020


- E59143
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works great used for to Harleys etrack and tie downs highly recommend both products.



- E59143
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The trailer locks are all I hoped they would be. I am very happy with my order. This was the first time I have ordered from you but it will not be the last. Thank you.



- E59143
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Great product, easy to use and holds tightly. If you have a cargo trailer, these are a must with the track system.


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Ask the Experts about this Erickson E-Track

  • Recommended E-Track Rings and Tie-Down Straps for Harley-Davidson in Toy Hauler
    For your Harley-Davidson, I understand the desire to properly secure it as I would want peace of mind when transporting mine as well. Either the Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring - 2" Wide x 8-1/4" Long - 1,200 lbs # E59143 or the Erickson E-Track Tie Down Ring - 2,000 lbs # 59147 will work fine. You will not have anywhere near the weight capacity on the rings so it really can depend on your personal preference. I'd go with the # 59147 so there is no twist at the connection. For...
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  • D-Ring Recommendation for E-Track for Securing Harleys to Trailer
    That will depend on the weight of your Harley's and how many D-rings you plan to use to secure each bike. Basically you would need to take the weight of each bike and divide that by how many straps you plan to use. That would be the total amount of capacity you would need for each D-ring. The E-Track D-Ring part # E59143 has a 3.5k capacity which would be way more than you would need. I attached a demo video for this product for you to check out as well.
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  • Tire Tie Downs for E-Track in an Enclosed Trailer for a Sports Car
    For your trailer the tracks have openings that go front to back. To secure vehicle tires you would need the openings to run left to right like # E19148. Then you could use # 77314 which has e-track fittings. But we can make it work by using a couple of tie downs, # E59143, and ratchet straps such as # EM34416. If a vehicle has smaller or larger tires you would just place the tie downs in the appropriate spots on the tracks. Vehicles that are wider or narrower may still work on the same...
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  • Recommended Tie-Downs to Secure Newer Mustangs with Limited Wheel Well Clearance to Trailer
    To safely secure your 2018 Mustang Saleen and GT500 I recommend using the Erickson E-Track Wheel Tie-Down Strap # EM58523. This ratcheting tire strap is a perfect solution for your application since it will only touch the tread on the tire and the ratchet can be positioned out of the way from the vehicle on the E-track. To use the ratchet straps you will just need to install some E-tracks like the 5 Foot Long # E19148. These are available in shorter and longer lengths as well so I have...
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  • Mounting E-Track for Hauling Motorcycle on 8 x 5 Trailer
    That's a great question. I believe your installation method for the Erickson Horizontal E-Track # EM59150 sounds like a great plan as long as you have the tracks facing the direction of travel. Basically the E-Track was designed around this and that is the most safe way to secure cargo. To secure your 900 lb bike you can either use the Erickson E-Track Tie-Off w/ D-Ring # E59143 with your current ratchet straps or you can update to the Erickson E-Track Strap with Ratchet # EM59136 which...
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  • How Much E-Track Should be Used to Secure a Harley Davidson Motorcycle in 16 Foot Enclosed Trailer
    If you need the track the entire length of the trailer then going with 6 of the 5 foot sections, # E19148, would be the way to go. But if you only need part of the trailer equipped then I would put one track on each side of the bike. When installing the E-track to the trailer floors or walls you will want to use the appropriate hardware for the material you are attaching to. Also it may be necessary to put a backing plate # BPEZ on the other side of the floor or wall for extra support....
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  • Recommended Erickson E-Track System for Transporting Motorcycle in Enclosed Trailer
    Installing the Erickson Horizontal E-Track # E19148 in your enclosed trailer is an excellent idea. Along with securing your motorcycle into place, the E-Tracks will provide great versatility to tie down various other cargo items in your trailer. For your motorcycle, I recommend installing the tracks on either side of the motorcycle to provide multiple tie-down points in order to keep it secure. Then you can use the Erickson E-Track Tie Down Rings # 59131 along with D-Ring Straps # E59143...
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  • Can self-Tapping Screws Be Used To Install E-Track In Toy Hauler With No Under Bed Access
    If you are using self-tapping screws and attaching the part # E19148 5-foot rails to metal, you would be okay. If you are installing this into wood I would recommend making sure you have the right size fasteners for the 1/4 inch mounting holes, and that you have at least 3/4 inch depth for the screws to be fastened to. You should also use as many mounting holes as possible to attain the maximum strength needed. Wood screws will work better than self-tapping metal screws unless your...
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  • Installing E-Track on an Enclosed Trailer For Securing a Grizzly 660
    You would want the E-tracks like part # E19148 to be directly underneath the wheels of your ATV so that it would be easier to secure it with straps directly over the center of the tire. To secure the track I would recommend using the backing plate part # BPEZ. I attached an install video that details how to use the backing plates to install E-tracks on the floor of a trailer. For D-rings to use for tie-downs you would want the part # E59143. Then for tie-downs the ratchet straps part...
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  • Optimal Direction of Pull When Using E Track
    In order to achieve the full capacity of the ratchet straps and the track, the direction of the pull should be parallel to the direction that the e track is running. How much the capacity would be diminished by pulling 90 degrees to the side will depend on the weight of the load. If the load is close to the capacity of the straps, pulling out 90 degrees could damage the clip that locks the strap into the track or possibly damage the track itself. You may also be interested in purchasing...
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  • E-Track Recommendations For 7 By 14 Enclosed Trailer To Carry Classic Motorcycles
    With cargo like your two classic Harleys you will want to make sure they are really well secured to prevent any damage. I recommend securing the E-Tracks to something more stable than just wood. If you are attaching the tracks to the floor I recommend you make sure they are secured either to the metal structure of the trailer or use metal plates like the E-Track Backing Plate, part # BPEZ, to make it as secure as possible. If the interior floor and walls are 7 ft long I recommend 5...
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  • Where to Install E-Tracks in Enclosed Trailer Carrying Polaris ATV and Motorcycles
    Since you will be using your E-Track system, part # E19148, for transporting more than one type of vehicle, you will want to try to find mounting locations that will work for all of them. The main consideration for deciding where to mount the E-Tracks is to select locations that provide access to structural components, such as wall studs and floor supports. These structural elements of your trailer will serve as the backbone of your E-Track system. It is important that the tracks mount...
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  • Should the Tires Sit on Top of the E-Track System When Installed in a Trailer
    The E-track system can install any way you would like on your trailer. It is common to install the E-Tracks so the wheels of a vehicle are on top of the E-track. This allows you to use wheel nets, like part # EM58523, that attach directly to the E-track system. Many wheel nets typically have only one hook in front of the tire and one hook behind the tire. Installing the E-track system so the wheels are on top of the track rather than on the side provides more stability when transporting...
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  • What is the Working Load Limit for the E-Track System
    The working load limit for the E-Track system like the part # E19148 that you referenced is 2,000 lbs. There isn't a set method required for tightening a load to the E-Track. Basically you would want to use a properly rated strap for the weight of the item and use your discretion to secure it in whatever manner works best. For a way to secure a strap to the E-Track you would want the E-Track D-Ring part # E59143. Depending on how the E-Tracks were attached to the wall and the material...
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  • How to Install E-Track Cargo Control on Plywood Floor in Cargo Van
    Erickson E-Track Trailer Cargo Control tracks come in various lengths, such as the 5-foot horizontal track, part # E19148. We also offer a 2-foot length, part # EM59150. To install them in your cargo van on its plywood floor you can use either galvanized or stainless steel nuts and bolts to avoid issues with rust. The plywood layer on the floor of your van by itself may not be strong enough to hold the E-Tracks. To be safe you need to find points in the van floor where you can safely...
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  • Backing Plate Recommendation for E-Track for Securing Track to Wood Floor Trailer
    The E-Track like part # E19148 that you referenced has a capacity of 2,000 lbs so it would do well securing a 2,500 lb trailer at 4 points as each track would have 1/2 the weight. I would recommend you use backing plates below the floor of your trailer like part # BPEZ since your tractor is pretty heavy and the floor of your trailer is wood. For D-Rings to install in the track you would want the part # E59143 so that you could use a ratchet strap like the # EM01314.
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  • Best Versatile Tie-Down Options for a Cargo Trailer
    I am not sure how many of the Erickson E-Track systems you have seen but it really is your best bet when it comes to versatility and functionality. Not only do they have the Horizontal E-Track, like part # E19148, but they also have Vertical E-Track like part # E19146. You could install both types of track on your cargo trailer (if it is enclosed) and then move the attachment points around by either using the Erickson E-Track Strap # EM59136 or using the Tie-Off w/ D-Ring # E59143 along...
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  • How Far Apart Should E Tracks Be Installed On a Motorcycle Trailer
    There's not a set distance that the E-Tracks like part # E19148 should be apart when installing in a one bike trailer. That will depend on the trailer dimensions, the weight of the trailer and where the best mounting locations are in your trailer. Are you planning on installing them on the floor or the walls? I am assuming it's a motorcycle trailer. If you have a wheel chock like the # MT70075 I would recommend putting the E-Tracks a couple feet on either side if possible. You don't need...
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  • Can the Erikson E-Track System Be Used In An Aluminum Utility Trailer
    The Erickson E-Track system will work great in your aluminum utility trailer, but you will want to put a layer between the E-Track and the aluminum of your trailer. This layer will help prevent corrosion cause by contact of dissimilar metals. This layer can consist of almost any material, such as wood, rubber, or plastic. When installing the E-Track system in a trailer, one thing to keep in mind is to select locations that provide structural components, such as wall studs and floor...
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  • Recommended Attachment Method for E-Track in a Trailer with 1/8 inch Thick Steel Floor
    For installing the E-track like part # EM59150 that you referenced I would use self tapping screws in every other hole of the track. This is a 2 foot section of the E-track. If you needed a 5 foot section you would also want the part # E19148. For a D-ring that is designed to fit the E-track you would want the part # E59143.
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  • How to Secure a Vespa Scooter with 12 Inch Wheels and Tires in an Enclosed Cargo Carrier
    The MaxxTow wheel chock # MT70271 should only be used with 15 to 22 inch wheels. A 12 inch wheel on a scooter could be a problem because the brakes and other suspension components will also be lower compared to a 15 inch or larger wheel and that interference would cause the scooter to not fit. I checked our similar wheel chocks and I am not confident that any of them would be suitable for a 12 inch wheel but I do have a possible solution for you. To secure the scooter I recommend...
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  • How Far Apart Should E-Track be Mounted to Secure a Harley Ultra
    There is no set distance apart that the E-Track, such as # E19148, has to be mounted. If it were me I would place them so that they are about an E-track's width apart wider than the widest part of the bike on each side. So for example if the bike 36 inches wide and the E-Track is 5-1/8 inches wide I would place the E-Track so there is 46-1/4 inches between them. I also recommend picking up several tie-downs, # E59143, to secure straps such as # EM34416 to the E-Track.
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  • Recommendations for Securing a 900 Pound Harley-Davidson Motorcycle to a Trailer
    There are probably some sort of fancy anchors that you could get from a hardware store but I have a better, more secure and safe option for you. You can install some E-track such as # E19148 using numerous fasteners which will better distribute the weight. Then you would just need some D-rings for the tie downs, # E59143, and straps to secure to the handle bars # 06303 (to avoid any scuffs to the chrome). Then it is just a matter of using ratchet straps such as # EM05710 is you need some.
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  • Securing a Jeep Wrangler with 35 Inch Tall, 12-1/2 Inch Wide Tires to E-Track
    The E-track tire strap # EM58523 is 12 feet long so it would fit. You could also use an E-track D-ring # E59143 witch an axle strap, # 58505, and ratchet strap # 58503. The D-Ring will attach to the E-track. The axle strap will loop around the Jeep axle, and the ratchet strap will hook to the D-Ring and the loops on the axle strap.
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  • Keeping Cargo from Moving and Shifting in Enclosed Trailer
    Adding trailer suspension enhancement such as # TTRA1702 can definitely help with ride quality but I think the best solution to keep loads on the pallet is some cargo control devices. You could start with a cargo net, I have included a link to the various sizes we carry. A cargo net is a simple solution to secure a large group of items with one device. You can also get some E-Track, # E19148, and attach them to the sides of the trailer. Then use some D-Ring tie downs, # E59143, and...
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  • E-Track Spacing Recommendation for Securing a Harley To a Utility Trailer
    If you can get your tie down straps around 45 degrees or slightly higher when securing your Harley you would be setup pretty good. This number is more of a guideline than a rule though. Your best bet would be to mock up everything first and then make sure everything would fit properly. Put your bike in the trailer and then determine where they best place to locate the tracks would be. For D-rings to use with the E-track you would want the part # E59143, for backing plates for installing...
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  • Anchor Recommendation for E-Track for Securing ATV
    For an anchor for an E-Track setup you would want the part # 59147 as it has a high capacity. Using a strap mounted setup like the part # E59143 is an additional option but they have lower capacities and since you want to pull at an angle the O anchor would be a better option.
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  • Hardware Recommendation for Securing E Tracks to Plywood Trailer Floor
    Securing the Erickson E-Track # E19148 to 3/4 inch plywood should be sufficient. To secure the track to the plywood, you can use screws, or rivets. Using 1/2 inch screws would be a good length with 3/4 inch plywood. You will want to attach screws at least every other mounting hole. For tie downs and straps I would recommend either the E-Track Tie-Off Ring # 59131, or E-Track 2 inch D-Ring, part # E59143. Also available is the Erickson E-Track Strap with Ratchet, part # EM59136.
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  • Recommended Vertical E-Track System For Enclosed Trailer Walls
    We offer a Vertical E-Track System that may be just what you are looking for. This is a 4 ft long track designed to install on the walls of your enclosed trailer. This system is made of 12-gauge zinc coated steel and measures 4 ft long x 3-1/2 inches wide. It has a maximum load capacity of 6,000 lbs. To order this system you will need part # E19146. The D-Ring for the system I recommend is part # E59143. This is a 2 inch x 6 inch strap with a D-ring attached. This has a maximum...
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