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Offline BJM9818

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Securing a Sys-cart to the inside of a Trailer
« on: October 15, 2016, 11:32 PM »
I am looking to mount 2-3 Sys-carts that will have approximately 4' high worth of systainers on top of them inside a enclosed trailer.  I just purchased a new gutter machine for my one business and I want to keep all the small installation pieces organized on carts that can be wheeled outside the trailer during installations. 

I also need to keep the isles around the machine fairly clear to allow for servicing and constant conversions from 5"-6" gutter. 

I was thinking eye/circle hooks on the walls for bungee cords to keep the stacks from falling over but I am also looing for a minimalistic floor anchors so I don't keep tripping on them.   


Offline KescoNY

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Re: Securing a Sys-cart to the inside of a Trailer
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2016, 02:42 PM »
i do the same thing on one of my vans. 2 carts stacked with systainers and the only reliable way that works for me is 6 small d rings mounted to the wall with a strap on top and a strap on the bottom of each stack.

 I do have a spacer behind each cart handle so when they are strapped, they don't get pulled back too much. They stay pretty level
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