Cargo bars are one of the most popular items to secure the cargo inside enclosed trailer. They are cost effective and easy to be used. You can choose between steel and aluminum construction. The major difference is the weight of the cargo bar. Aluminum cargo bars are lighter and for heavy duty application. Rubber feet grip firmly to the trailer walls. Because cargo bars have rubber feet, they do not have to used from left to right. They can use in vertical orientation, which makes them usable in both direction. F track cargo bars must be inserted to the F track and can be used left to right only unless the tracks are installed top and bottom. Handle in the middle triggers easily even when you have your gloves on.
Cargo bars come in different types. F shoring bars, Jack Bars, and Saf-T-Lok Bar. F shoring bars require f tracks to be installed inside the trailer. Jack bars are constructed with heavy duty steel to be used in most heavy duty application. Saf-T-Lok Bars, often called "load locks", are the most popular items and are available in aluminum and steel construction.
Cargo Control Store cargo bars have been used in many fleets with multiple trailers. We have a proven tracked record on how satisfied people are using our cargo bars. Handle, rubber foot, and the type of tubing we use are carefully chosen with our long years of research and experience. Look no further when it comes to cargo bars.