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HOW TO

Thank you for your interest and purchase of our WORKREADY Unique Cargo Solutions. The following information will provide you with Installation and How To instructions on Core’s Products.

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Placing Load Bar in place:

  1. Pack load flush against bulkhead of vehicle cargo area (Truck/Trailer, Truck bed, Van, etc.).
  2. Position Load Bar against end of load and hold horizontal at a level even with a reinforced section of the vehicle (i.e., bed sides).
  3. Be sure to place Load Bar at the level/balance of the load.
  4. Push down on handle and depress lock release lever. Lift handle until gear releases.
  5. Extend Load Bar until end pads reach end-to-end (just touching walls), back away from wall about one inch.
  6. Lower handle until desired tension is achieved, then push handle down to lock and secure Load Bar.


CAUTION:
DO NOT over tighten Cargo Bar or use on single skinned walls as this may result in DAMAGE to vehicle.

Removal:

  1. Push down on handle and depress lock release lever. Lift handle until gear releases
  2. The Load Bar can now be loosened or removed.


NOTE: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads, or off road).

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

  1. Attach both S-hooks to secure anchoring points/tie downs. Note: Hooks, hardware and webbing strap should be in-line for maximum performance.
  2. Pull on strap (loop end) until desired tension has been achieved.
  3. To release, press “Easy-Grip thumb tab” to release Camlock and loosen strap for adjusting and removal.


NOTES:
NEVER use leverage tools to further tighten beyond hand tightening. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads, or off road). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Attaching the Cargo Safety Cover™:

  1. Unfold the Cargo Safety Cover™/Net and place it in the truck bed or cargo area so that the adjusting CAM buckle is located to the rear left (driver’s side) of the vehicle.
  2. Connect the front fasteners to tie downs at the front/bulkhead of the truck bed (just behind the cab).
  3. Now connect the rear fasteners to tie downs at the rear of the truck bed (near the tailgate).
  4. Straighten any twisted/folded areas of the netting or perimeter strap and adjust the perimeter strap as necessary.


NOTE:
Loosen the strap at CAM buckle to facilitate installation. You may need to reposition the strap end clip to allow additional adjustment.

To use the Cargo Safety Cover™:

  1. Once installed, adjust perimeter strap tension as necessary.
  2. For taller cargo loads, loosen the perimeter strap at the rear buckle.


NOTES: As the strap loosens the height capacity of the Cargo Safety Cover™ increases. The Cargo Safety Cover™ can remain on the vehicle at all times or be removed after use. If additional tie down straps are used on the cargo cover, connect them to the perimeter strap rather than the netting. This cargo cover is designed to stop the “airplane” effect of objects carried within the vehicle and is not intended to be used as a tie down or to prevent shifting of heavy objects. Avoid sharp objects in connection with Cargo Safety Cover™ as they may cut or damage Cover. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure. Always secure heavy objects within the cargo area before attaching Cargo Safety Cover. Use protective covering over upholstered surfaces.

For larger loads, Extension Straps can be used in combination with the Cargo Safety Cover™.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Attaching the Cargo Sports Bag™:

  1. Before attaching the Cargo Sports Bag™ to the vehicle, make sure there are no twists in top perimeter strap or the net.
  2. Loosen the strap at CAM buckle to desired width for easy installation. You may need to reposition the strap end clip to allow additional adjustment.
  3. With CAM buckle facing you, connect each fastener to a tie down point on the vehicle.
  4. If no tie downs can be found; you can utilize the d-rings provided free with the Cargo Sports Bag™ by following the instructions provided.


To use the Cargo Sport Bag™:

  1. Release the CAM buckle to loosen the top perimeter strap, opening the top of the bag.
  2. Load items through the top of the bag and distribute as evenly as possible.
  3. Once you have finished loading the cargo bag, adjust the top strap as necessary.


NOTES: Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/ bumpy roads or inclement weather). The Cargo Sports Bag™ can remain on the vehicle at all times or be removed after use. It can also be unhooked (at the fasteners) and removed from the vehicle with contents inside and taken with you!

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Install using Utility Lock™ (threaded stud) onto Core Trax™ System (ALLOWS FOR FLEXIBILITY TO RELOCATE STRAP)

  1. Determine a suitable location on your Core Trax™ System based upon your load.
  2. Follow instructions 1-4 under Utility Lock™ attachment.
  3. Place Cobra™ Retractable Strap base onto the threaded stud using the .50” mounting hole.
  4. Thread the locking nut onto the threaded stud, securing the Cobra™ Retractable Strap.

Install using standard bolt, washer, and nut (mounting hardware not included) (PERMANENT PLACEMENT)

  1. Choosing the location to mount the Cobra™ Retractable Strap is your discretion based upon your needs. Select a location which provides structural support for mounting and will meet your overall tie down needs. You will need access to the back/under side of the mounting surface to allow for bolt-through installation to secure Retractable Strap with bolt, washer, and lock nut. CAUTION: Check the back/under side of mounting surface to be certain you will not damage anything when drilling through the mounting surface. NOTE: The overall strength of the Cobra™ Retractable Strap is subject to the integrity of the mounting surface therefore it is recommended you choose a suitable structural surface.
  2. Drill through the mounting surface.
  3. Place Cobra™ Retractable Strap over the hole you just drilled (aligning mounting hole in base of Retractable Strap with hole in mounting surface)
  4. Insert machine screw through the Retractable Strap base and mounting surface. Place a washer and lock nut on the screw and tighten.


NOTES:
MOUNTING HARDWARE NOT INCLUDED WITH COBRA™ RETRACTABLE STRAP. Recommended hardware is Grade 10 (or stronger), 7/16” Machine Screw, washer and locking nut. No less than 3/8” hardware should be used.

Use of Cobra™ Retractable Strap:

  1. Squeeze release handle and raise to 90 degrees, locking the handle in up position (allowing the strap to extend and retract freely).
  2. Pull out the S-hook strap and connect to secure anchoring points/tie downs.
  3. Return to mounted retractable strap and lower handle.
  4. Using main handle, pump up and down until desired tension on strap is achieved.
  5. Lower Ratchet handle down flat (closed position) for transit.
  6. Squeeze release handle and raise to 90 degrees, locking the handle in up position to loosen strap for adjusting/removal with its easy retract feature.


CAUTION: DO NOT ALLOW STRAP AND S-HOOK TO RETRACT WITHOUT GUIDANCE AS DOING SO CAN CAUSE INJURY OR  DAMAGE BY FAST MOVING STRAP AND HARDWARE.

NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Placing Cargo Bar in place:

  1. Pack load flush against bulkhead of vehicle cargo area (Truck/Trailer, Truck bed, Van, etc.).
  2. Position Cargo Bar against end of load and hold horizontal at a level even with a reinforced section of the vehicle (i.e., truck bed sides).
  3. Be sure to place Cargo Bar at the level/balance of the load.
  4. Depress quick release lever and lift ratchet handle to unlock.
  5. Pull/slide end foot until the Cargo-Bar reaches end-to-end (touching walls), back foot away from wall about one/two inches; lift handle and begin ratcheting process.


CAUTION: DO NOT over tighten Cargo Bar or use on single skinned walls as this may result in DAMAGE to vehicle. 6. Return the handle to the down position until locked.

Removal:

  1. Depress quick release lever and lift ratchet handle to unlock/remove.
  2. The Cargo Bar can now be loosened and removed.


NOTE: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads, or off road).

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Accessory Mat for the Coreganizer™. Necessary ONLY in areas where looped fiber/fabric surface is not available!

  1. Place the mat on the floor of the trunk or cargo area, of the vehicle. Its non-skid backing will help keep it in place.
  2. Attach Coreganizer™ to looped carpet on CORE Mat surface to secure your cargo.


Cleaning instructions: The CORE Mat can be cleaned by spraying off with mild soap and water, then hang to dry.

NOTE: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather).

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

(UNI TRAX 1000™ & MAXX TRAX 2000™)

  1. Choosing the location to mount the UNI Trax 1000™/MAXX Trax 2000™ is your discretion based upon your needs. Select a location which provides structural support for Trax and will meet your overall tie down needs. You will need access to the back/under side of the mounting surface to allow for bolt-through installation to secure system with washer and nylon lock nut.
  2. Place track in desired locations and fasten (temporarily) with clamps or other holding tool. CAUTION: Check the back/under side of mounting surface to be certain you will not damage anything (i.e.: wiring, outer vehicle body/skin, etc.) when drilling through the mounting surface. NOTE: The overall strength of the Trax system is subject to the integrity of the mounting surface, therefore it is recommended you choose a suitable structural surface in order to take full advantage of the strength of Trax tie down system.
  3. FOR THIS STEP, YOU WILL USE EITHER a 3/16″ drill bit or 1/4″ drill bit, depending on which hardware you will be using to install your Trax. If you are using SHEET METAL SCREWS, YOU WILL USE 3/16″ DRILL BIT. If you are using MACHINE SCREWS WITH WASHERS AND LOCKING NUTS, YOU WILL USE a 1/4” drill bit. Drill through the mounting surface at each of the base through-holes on the track.
  4. Insert 1/4” machine screw through the track and mounting surface. Place a washer and lock nut on the screw and tighten (using a Phillips screwdriver and wrench). If you are using SHEET METAL SCREWS to install, screw each SHEET METAL SCREW in place and tighten.
  5. Repeat this step until each drill-through mounting has been secured.


NOTES: Lubricate threads before assembly. If using a power driver be sure to place it on low speed to avoid thread binding. For even greater strength, or when installing on wooden substrate, you may choose to use steel backing plates (in lieu of supplied washers); distributing load stress over a larger area. (Steel backing plates not included.) Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

OPTIONAL CORE TRAX™ INSTALL METHOD: An optional method of installing Core Trax™ can be used when there is no ability for accessing the opposite end of the bolt to thread the nut and washer.

There is a product called “Nutsert and/or Jack Nut” (pictures below), whereby you drill a hole and slip the Nutsert into the hole. Depending on what type of Nutsert/Jack Nut is used, you either use a “rivet” type gun to compress the Nutsert or with other types you are able to bolt in place.

In all cases, it is the flaring of the back side of the Nutsert/Jack Nut (like a butterfly nut) that provides a threaded port to bolt into.

This method would typically provide you with adequate strength of the bolt, nut & washer dependent on the strength of the substrate.

Nutserts/Jack Nuts can be purchased at most hardware stores or online.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

All product components meet or exceed U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard #302 Flammability Requirements.

Placing Coreganizer™ in place:

  1. With hook side down, bend, form, mold or leave straight and press unit into place on looped fiber/fabric surface.


Removal:

  1. Simply pull up on either end and lift up on the unit.


Cleaning instructions: The Coreganizer’s durable water repellant fabric resists many messy spills. If you chose, however, the Coreganizer™ can be easily cleaned with a damp cloth.

NOTE: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather).

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Duo Lock Cleat™ in Trax:

  1. Place bottom “flat” surface of Duo Lock Cleat™ on top of Trax surface.
  2. Line up the TWO rounded contours on the Duo Lock Cleat™ with TWO round openings on the Trax.
  3. Pushing down gently, slide the Duo Lock Cleat™ forward or backward until the Duo Lock Cleat™ drops into the Trax.


NOTES: Make sure the “spring” slide on the Duo Lock Cleat™ is depressed into the round opening on the Trax and the Duo Lock Cleat™ is securely locked into place on Trax. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

Move or Remove Duo Lock Cleat™:

  1. Using your thumb and fingers, grip the “spring” slide and pull upwards.
  2. Slide the Duo Lock Cleat™ forward or backward to unlock and lift the Duo Lock Cleat™ off the Trax.


WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Attaching the Extension Straps:

For Larger/Taller Loads

  1. Connect/attach the Carabineer on the Cargo Safety Cover™ to the D-ring at the end of the Extension Strap.
  2. Attach the Carabineer at the opposite end of the Extension Strap to a secure tie down/anchor point.
  3. Follow the instructions on the Cargo Safety Cover™ to adjust height.


For Smaller/Shorter Loads

  1. Connect/attach the Carabineer on the Cargo Safety Cover™ to the D-ring at the end of the Extension Strap.
  2. Grasp the D-ring in the center of the Extension Strap and connect it to the Carabineer on the Cargo Safety Cover™ (as in step 1). NOTE: This secures the strap and keeps the excess length from flapping around.
  3. Attach the Carabineer at the opposite end of the Extension Strap to a secure tie down/anchor point.
  4. Follow the instructions on the Cargo Safety Cover™ to adjust height.


NOTES: For higher bed loads, four Extension Straps may be needed. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Install Filler Strip in Trax (Two Options):

  1. Slide/Feed in the filler strip from one end of Trax to desired point.
  2. Thumb feed by sliding one side first, then pressing down the other side until flush. NOTE: To aid install; you can spray/wipe a very light soap mixture onto the Filler Strip, which will make install or removal easier.


Remove Filler Strip:

  1. Same as the above step(s).
  1. Attach the Stretch Net by connecting the molded plastic hooks to tie down points or other suitable points where the molded hooks can be attached.
  2. Stretch Net across cargo and secure remaining hooks on all four sides.
  3. After all hooks are secured, adjust hooks if needed for proper stretch and holding.


NOTE: Cover must be stretched in order to properly apply tension to hooks and secure goods, however, DO NOT overstretch as doing so may cause injury/damage.

CAUTION: DO NOT ALLOW COVER/MOLDED HOOKS TO SPRING BACK AS DOING SO CAN CAUSE INJURY OR DAMAGE BY FAST MOVING STRETCH NET AND HARDWARE.

NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

  1. Choosing the location to mount the D Ring is your discretion based upon your needs. Select a location which provides structural support for the D Ring and will meet your Cargo Sport Bag pulling needs.
  2. Place the D Ring in your designated location. With marking device, mark the placement of the hole.
  3. Be sure to measure both sides and make sure that they are in-line with each other before drilling.
  4. Using a 1/8” drill bit, drill into the metal.
  5. Insert screw through D Ring mount plate, then through interior trim (if applicable), into the metal surface; tighten using a Phillips screwdriver or power driver. Caution: Check the back side of mounting surface to be certain not to damage wiring or other vital equipment, or screws will not go through exterior skin/metal when drilling/screwing into surface.


CAUTION: CHECK THE BACK SIDE OF MOUNTING SURFACE TO BE CERTAIN NOT TO DAMAGE WIRING OR OTHER VITAL EQUIPMENT, OR SCREWS WILL NOT GO THROUGH EXTERIOR SKIN/METAL WHEN DRILLING/SCREWING INTO SURFACE.

NOTES: If you are drilling through interior, be sure to take special care in protecting the material surface before drilling to avoid damage. The screws provided are self-drilling therefore if using a power driver you can elect not to pre-drill the holes. Overall strength of the D Ring, subject to the integrity of the mounting surface

Standard Glass/Nylon Retainer, Stainless Steel Pin or Aluminum Retainer Load Lock™

Lock LOAD LOCK™ in Trax:

  1. Place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ and place thumb on the top of the pin.
  2. Push down on the pin (like a syringe).
  3. Place Load Lock™ in any round opening on the trax.
  4. Then slide the Load Lock™ to the narrow point (between two round openings) and release the wings.


NOTES: Be sure the Load Lock™ sits flat against the Trax and is locked in place parallel to the Trax. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

Move or Remove Load Lock™:

  1. Place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ and place thumb on the top of the pin.
  2. Pull upward with your fingers on the wings (like a syringe).
  3. Slide the Load Lock™ to the round opening on either side and lift the Load Lock™ off of the trax.


WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

The Maxx Cap slides into the end of the MAXX TRAX 2000 Series lengths and has a locking Allen screw for a secure fit.

  1. Place notched end of the Maxx Cap into the (female) matching profile of the MAXX TRAX 2000 Series end, with the flat surface down and the Allen screw facing up.
  2. Slide Uni Cap into the trax until it butts up firmly against the flat end of the trax.
  3. Using the supplied Allen wrench, tighten down on the Allen screw to secure it in place on the Uni Trax.

Placement is essential. DO NOT install or use this product in a place or manner that will allow your pet (size dependent) to become suspended by this product (without a solid support surface under it). DO NOT install in a manner that would allow you pets paws to reach the bed walls or reach ends of flatbed. Follow all safety and transportation regulations when using this product.

CAUTION: Pet cable should NEVER BE USED with a standard or chocker collar. Pet cable should ONLY be used with proper vehicle travel full chest pet harness.

Lock Pet Safety Cable™ in Trax:

  1. Place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ and place thumb on the top of the pin.
  2. Push down on the pin (like a syringe).
  3. Place Load Lock™ in any round opening on the trax.
  4. Then slide the Load Lock™ to the narrow point (between two round openings) and release the wings. BE SURE THE LOAD LOCK™ SITS FLAT AGAINST THE TRAX AND IS LOCKED IN PLACE PARALLEL TO THE TRAX.
  5. Attach the swivel clasp at the opposite end of the Pet Safety Cable™ to your pet’s chest harness.


Move or Remove Pet Safety Cable™:

  1. Place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ and place thumb on the top of the pin.
  2. Pull upward with your fingers on the wings (like a syringe).
  3. Slide the Load Lock™ to the round opening on either side and lift the Load Lock™ off of the trax.


NOTE:
Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

  1. Partially thread the wing nut onto the 3/8” stud (with wings pointed upward).
  2. Squeeze wings together and place into stake pocket or other opening.
  3. Line up black rectangular base with stake pocket or opening.
  4. With one hand on the tie down and another on the plate; begin turning the tie down (top) clockwise until snug. Place a rod or screwdriver through eye of tie down and complete tightening/cinching down; being sure not to over tighten. Check tie down installation by pulling on the tie down to be sure shifting has not occurred. If tie down has shifted, loosen (by turning counterclockwise) and re-installing.


NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

  1. Attach both S-hooks to secure anchoring points/tie downs. Note: Hooks, hardware and webbing strap should be in-line for maximum performance.
  2. Pull on strap (loop end) until most of the slack is removed.
  3. Pump ratchet handle until desired tension on strap is achieved. Wind three or more layers of webbing strap around reel to secure.
  4. After cargo is secure, move Ratchet handle down flat (closed position) for transit.
  5. To release, press “Easy-Grip thumb tab” and lift Ratchet handle (open position) 180 degrees to loosen strap for adjusting and removal.


NOTES: Webbing strap jam will occur if Ratchet is used to take up excess slack. If this happens simply unwind strap from around Ratchet reel and start procedure over, first removing most of the slack from strap (step 2). Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads, or off road). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

  1. Choosing the location to mount the Recessed Anchor is your discretion based upon your needs. Select a location which provides structural support for mounting and will meet your overall tie down needs. You will need access to the back/under side of the mounting surface to allow for bolt-through installation to secure Recessed Anchor with bolt, washer, and lock nut. NOTES: Remember these are “recessed anchors” therefore they are designed to be placed into a “well/cutout”. The overall strength of the Recessed Anchor is subject to the integrity of the mounting surface therefore it is recommended you choose a suitable structural surface. CAUTION: Check the back/under side of mounting surface to be certain you will not damage anything when drilling through the mounting surface.
  2. If a WELL is not available, make a pattern from the Recessed Anchor for your cutout. CAUTION: Well/cutout should only be the size, depth, shape and angle of recessed portion of Anchor.
  3. Once you have made your cutout, place the Recessed Anchor over the opening and align the Anchor.
  4. Based on the mounting hardware you are using, drill through the mounting holes in your Anchor and through your substrate.
  5. Complete your installation based upon your hardware/backing plate purchased.


NOTES: MOUNTING HARDWARE AND BACKING PLATE NOT INCLUDED WITH RECESSED ANCHORS as there are many variations in install substrates. Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/ bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Lock TuGGer™ Rope Ratchet in Trax:

  1. Gripping the molded ratchet housing in the palm of your hand, place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ while using your palm or thumb as leverage against the housing.
  2. Pull up on the wings of the Load Lock™.
  3. Place Load Lock™ Ratchet in any round opening on the trax.
  4. Then slide the Load Lock™ Ratchet to the narrow point (between two round openings) and release the wings. NOTE: Be sure the Load Lock™ sits flat against the Trax and is locked in place parallel to the Trax.
  5. Attach the S-hook at the end of the rope to a secure anchoring point/tie down. Note: Hook, hardware and rope should be in-line for maximum performance.
  6. Pull on rope (loose end coming out of molded ratchet housing) until desired tension has been achieved.
  7. To release tension on TuGGer™ Rope Ratchet, pull slightly on lose end of the rope and press “Easy-Release tab” (located above pin on Load Lock™) to loosen rope for adjusting and removal.


Move or Remove TuGGer™ Rope Ratchet:

  1. Gripping the molded ratchet housing in the palm of your hand, place second and third fingers under the wings of the Load Lock™ while using your palm or thumb as leverage against the housing.
  2. Pull up on the wings of the Load Lock™.
  3. Slide the Load Lock™ Ratchet to the round opening on either side and lift the TuGGer™ Rope Ratchet off of the trax.


NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

The Uni Cap slides into the end of the UNI TRAX 1000 Series lengths and has a locking Allen screw for a secure fit.

  1. Place notched end of the Uni Cap into the (female) matching profile of the UNI TRAX 1000 Series end, with the flat surface down and the Allen screw facing up.
  2. Slide Uni Cap into the trax until it butts up firmly against the flat end of the trax.
  3. Using the supplied Allen wrench, tighten down on the Allen screw to secure it in place on the Uni Trax.

The Uni Cap slides into the end of the UNI TRAX 1200 Recessed Series lengths and has a locking Allen screw for a secure fit.

  1. Place notched end of the Uni Cap into the (female) matching profile of the UNI TRAX 1200 Recessed Series end, with the flat surface down and the Allen screw facing up.
  2. Slide Uni Cap into the trax until it butts up firmly against the flat end of the trax.
  3. Using the supplied Allen wrench, tighten down on the Allen screw to secure it in place on the Recessed Mount Uni Trax.
  1. Install Utility Lock™ (threaded stud) following instructions 1-4 under Utility
  2. Lock™. 2. Thread the locking knob onto the threaded stud, securing your item.


Example:
Place wheel chock bracket (with hole) onto the threaded stud, then thread the locking knob onto the threaded stud, securing the wheel chock to CORE-Trax.

NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose. NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

Attaching the Utility Lock™:

The Utility Lock™ consists of four main components.

  • Threaded Stud
  • Retainer Plate
  • Threaded Retaining Washer
  • Locking Nut (or optional Knob)
  1. Place the threaded stud (note the squared off area at the base of stud) into any round opening on the trax, then slide the stud to the narrow point (between two round openings).
  2. Slide the retainer plate down over the top of the stud (the Core logo should be facing up); the rectangular shape should be inline with the trax. The plate ends should drop down into the round openings just under the top surface of the trax.
  3. Thread the threaded retaining washer onto the threaded stud until its tight, locking the Utility Lock™ in place onto the trax.
  4. Place item to be secured onto the threaded stud.
  5. Thread the locking nut (or optional locking knob) onto the threaded stud, securing your item.


Example: Place wheel chock bracket (with hole) onto the threaded stud, then thread the locking nut or locking knob onto the threaded stud, securing the wheel chock to CORE-Trax.

Removal: Reverse steps 1 – 4 (above) to release/remove Utility Lock™.

NOTES: Loads shift & settle; inspect after 10 miles; then every 40/50 miles thereafter (inspect in shorter intervals if on rough/bumpy roads or inclement weather). Make sure all connecting points on vehicle are secure.

WARNING: Inspect product before each use. DO NOT USE: If product is deformed, worn, damaged, rusted or not securely installed. Avoid contact with sharp objects, flame or chemicals that may damage or weaken product, as these conditions may result in severe DAMAGE to persons or property. Product is NOT designed nor to be used as a personal restraint, or towing device. USER assumes full responsible for determining product’s safe condition and suitability for a particular purpose.

NOTICE TO PURCHASER: Core Products USA is not responsible for damage or injury caused by improper use of products.

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