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I forget the name. It's in the manual, they are "lock nuts". You would use the wrench (also in the box?) to fasten these to the end of the channels to make it harder for somebody to swipe the cleats or other bed trays etc..etc.
 

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geece1 said:
I forget the name. It's in the manual, they are "lock nuts". You would use the wrench (also in the box?) to fasten these to the end of the channels to make it harder for somebody to swipe the cleats or other bed trays etc..etc.

thank you so much for the quick reply. it is much appreciated.
 

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I actually would still recommend taking the tie-down cleats off when not in use. The stoppers do not prevent people from stealing them which has happened to some people according to some of the posts I read awhile back.
 

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pistonpete said:
I actually would still recommend taking the tie-down cleats off when not in use. The stoppers do not prevent people from stealing them which has happened to some people according to some of the posts I read awhile back.
Thats what i was thinking too. It says they are for keeping things on the track from sliding around or off the track? Gimme a break.
I don't find much use for them personally, b/c when i use the tie-down cleats and happen to leave them on the tracks for a few days, they are tight enough where they won't slide off the track!
 
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