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Utili-Track Install?

I've been searching for someone that has installed the rails after buying the track, but have had no luck. Specifically I'm looking for what the part #'s are on the spacer, weld nut, and plastic keeper....
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Re: Utili-Track Install?

An alternative:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/RIVNU...spagenameZWDVW
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Re: Utili-Track Install?

Is that the specific set I'm looking for and could use in the install?
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Re: Utili-Track Install?

I think they were using 8mm X 1.25 but you would need to measure first and count how many. That set is just an example. You would need a tool and the correct number and size of pieces. Maybe this:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/NUTSE...8774QQtcZphoto

Of course it would be better to borrow the tool off somebody as I don't think you would be using it much.
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Re: Utili-Track Install?

2 things:
First, most riv-nuts are not flush with surface they are set in, unless you can find counter-sunk ones(very hard to find)
Second, the bed is actually different with the uni-trak option...

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