Strapping Down your RUSH SR

We have found the most secure way to strap down the RUSH SR is to use over-the-wheel straps. This has proved to be very secure tested over thousands of miles of hauling.

We use a 24' Enclosed trailer with E-track along the entire length of the trailer at approx 54", the perfect width for the RUSH SR. With this system we can strap down 2 cars easily without any worry they will move in the trailer.

I have attached a number of pics as a reference, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
 

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cbacejr

Rush SR Owner
Jan 1, 2023
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Sebring / 34113
We have found the most secure way to strap down the RUSH SR is to use over-the-wheel straps. This has proved to be very secure tested over thousands of miles of hauling.

We use a 24' Enclosed trailer with E-track along the entire length of the trailer at approx 54", the perfect width for the RUSH SR. With this system we can strap down 2 cars easily without any worry they will move in the trailer.

I have attached a number of pics as a reference, if you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

What fasteners did you use to attach the track to the floor?
 

Bret DiGiacomo

Rush SR Owner
Dec 21, 2022
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Jacksonville, FL
I know the E-track is the preferred method (my previous method) but with my new toy hauler, that wont be an option.

Anyone that straps down to D-Rings- please share any tips and tricks as to how you tie yours down. Pics and details are greatly appreciated
 

Edwinwyatt

Rush SR Owner
Dec 16, 2022
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Sarasota, FL 34233
I know the E-track is the preferred method (my previous method) but with my new toy hauler, that wont be an option.

Anyone that straps down to D-Rings- please share any tips and tricks as to how you tie yours down. Pics and details are greatly appreciated
I have the d-rings also. I use a total of eight straps. Four going from the ring straight to each wheel and then the other four criss-crossing to the wheels. Back right ring to back left wheel and so forth.

When tightened down well the car doesn’t move.
 

Glenn Conser

Rush SR Owner
Feb 2, 2023
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Aurora, CO 80018
I'm not thinking we will be able to strap our cars in the trailer this way. we will only have a few inches between each car in our trailer.
I have the same issue. I'm thinking that instead of having the ratchets ON the E-track and in front of and behind the car, I will put some dedicated floor mounts on each side of the car so the ratchets will be pulling the front rearward and the rear frontward, at a slight angle to the E-track.
 

John H

Rush SR Owner
Jan 1, 2023
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De Leon Springs, FL 32130
Make some of these, in the front just go straight through the wheel bearing. In the rear you could probably thread straight onto the extra axle threads, should be plenty if you use a not without the extra 10mm or so of unthreaded collar meant to be punched into a groove.



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