E-Track in the back?

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Mean_Green

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I have 4 triangular shaped tie downs in the rear cargo section. I can see a use for them, but I'm wondering about replacing them with sections of E-Track rails and a few associated clamp in tie downs. Is this something anyone has done?

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I removed the heavy unused powered third row from thethirdtwin and made a deck plate to allow flexibility for securing stuff.

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Got it set. Removing all of the clip in adapters leaves a reasonably smooth floor.

I can set the 2x4s just about anywhere to adjust for compartment size to hold boxes or containers. Cooler can be strapped down for grocery runs since stores are so far away.

The whole thing is on a piece of plywood and can be removed in one piece.

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