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Old 01-17-2020, 02:28 PM   #1
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wheelchair track and hardware?

Hi

Ive been de-flooring and have removed some wheelchair(i assume) hold-down connectors. I intent to use them (for attaching or holding down heavy stuff temporarily) on my build if i can figure out how they work and get the requisite parts/straps.

here is a pic of a floor connector and soome wall track.

how does this stuff work, can i get mating parts and straps?

does anyone have a pic of a wheelchair or anything else secured using these?

thanks

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Old 01-17-2020, 03:28 PM   #2
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Do a search in Amazon or YouTube for L Track accessories and you'll find all sorts of things. They are plenty strong and have all sorts of attachment options from studs to rings, etc. The attachment points aren't expensive, but the L Track itself is!

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Thanks guys. so "L" track is what it is... I'll be good to go from here, i just had no idea what it was called. i can say in my case it was easily removed, not to rub it in
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i just had no idea what it was called. i can say in my case it was easily removed, not to rub it in
I'm glad this wasn't posted when I was in the middle of removing mine!

Glad yours came out easily, really!

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