Core Trax Systems Customer Reviews
21 Customer Reviews
Don’t just stand there with your rope in your hand. Get the Core-Trax System and eliminate the frustration of finding a spot to secure ropes and straps for your cargo. Instead of tying-off to your vehicle’s flimsy side rails or greasy undercarriage, the Core-Trax System provides infinitely adjustable points of attachment.
Core-Trax can be mounted vertically, horizontally and anywhere you need a secure tie-down—truck, camper, trailer, toy hauler, even your garage. Kit includes 2 tracks in your choice of 5”, 36” and 48” lengths, 4 Load Locks (2 Load Locks in 5" kit) and all mounting hardware. For custom coverage, combine kits to create different lengths by mounting tracks end-to-end.
The flush-mount tracks feature a low-profile design that rises up less than half an inch. They’re made from aerospace-grade aluminum and available in your choice of silver or black. And, the included Load Locks are crafted from stainless steel to support a whopping 500 lbs. Plus, your Core-Trax System is backed by a 1-year warranty.
21 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David C (Orangeburg, SC) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford F-150 — Dec 21, 2012 2:19 AM
Hauling & securing trash cans or anything at the back of the pickup bed were annoying until this system was installed. Now a simple adjustment to the cleats and securing cargo is a breeze. Installation was a simple 15 minute Jatakas with a few tools. It helps to have another pair of hands to hold the system in place while marking and fastening it.
Reviewed by Jerome C (Bentleyville, PA) Reviewed for a 2005 Dodge Dakota — Jun 03, 2012 4:42 PM
Purchased this Core Trax system for a 05 Dakota truck I just purchased. The only good tie down points on the bed rails were at the back tailgate area. If you needed to tie down something at the cab end of the bed you had to use points that were cut into the bed floor and hard to get J hooks into. These Trax are similar to ones I saw on a new Dakota that were factory installed. Installation was easy but took time drilling the holes needed to mount the trax system. I used the nut/bolt system and had 2 holes on both sides that were hard to get the nuts started but that was because of the truck design, not the trax system. I am well satisfied with the overall look and strength of this load system.
Reviewed by Shane K (Portland, OR) Reviewed for a 2000 Jeep Wrangler — May 20, 2012 11:49 AM
I put two pairs of the core trax short 5" cargo holders in the back of my jeep 2000 sport TJ, love it! Really holds and is better than the factory tie downs for larger items. Thanks again!
Reviewed by Kim L (Mount Shasta, CA) — Dec 07, 2011 1:07 PM
Things jest get easier when you have the right equipment. I transport animals for a Humane Soceity and had just purchased a Sprinter. We installed the Trax inside for keepin the animal crates secure and motionless. They work great. Easy to install easy to use. I like the ability to adujust as needed
Reviewed by Joe S (Santa Fe, NM) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — Nov 04, 2011 4:15 PM
The Core Trax System looks real neat on my Tacoma,it seems to be very strong. The first time I installed it I used self tapping screws for ease of installation, but I found away to get behind the bed wall and used machine screws with nylon nuts. It is very secure.
Reviewed by Art D (Vancouver, WA) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Colorado — May 20, 2011 9:01 PM
I have a 2011 Black V8 Chevy Colorado ext cab. Installation of the (2) 36 inch Trax's was as easy as drilling 14 1/4 inch holes. Since I have a Black truck I purchased the Black Trax system and I have had people not even notice that they were there even when I tried to point them out, yet they have lashed down everything I have ask of them. I keep the eye bolts stored in the cab. They are very easy to install or remove on the Tracks. This product looks good and works great.
Reviewed by william c. g (Ruston, LA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tundra — Apr 26, 2011 9:30 AM
I must have received a system not designed for my vehicle. The holes did not match my vehicle, cosequently I had to drill new holes to match the vehicle pre-drilled holes. The screws also were not the correct size which caused me to have to buy the correct size. These problems caused the installation to take five times more than it should have. The system,on the other hand, works well.
Reviewed by Richard K (Stilwell, OK) — Apr 15, 2011 9:32 AM
When relocating one of the ATM's I own I've faced the dilemma of how to secure them upright in the bed of a pickup truck. After purchasing two 5" Core Trax Sytems my problem with solved quickly, easily and effectively. I mounted them 30" above the bed on the vertical portion of the cab that rises on both sides of the rear window. Two straps are used as follows: one is looped from a Trax mount, around the machine and back to the mount and tightened. Repeat on the other side and that ATM is only going where I want it to go! Thanks Auto Anything for offering such a fine item at a fair price. Your solutions are great!
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