Flatbed coil racks. As a flatbed truck driver you can cover your coil loads with rectangular or square tarps just as previous generations of truck drivers have done for decades. Our racks are heavy duty. For a job like this Ratchet Straps alone will not do the job so truckers use Coil Racks for securing the large steel coils. Both models have a black lacquer finish. Heavy Duty Style Coil Rack. For heavy duty applications try our heavy duty coil rack or click the following link to shop our full line of equipment for flatbed trailers.
The round shape of these coils means that they can easily roll and move around the truck if not secured correctly. Coil racks for flatbed trailers are to be used with Grade 70 transport chain and transport flatbed equipment. Ad Find Deals on Products in Car Accessories on Amazon. Thats what I have 4 sets. Ad Find Deals on Products in Car Accessories on Amazon. Many times you need real 4x4s and not those landscaping timbers. This coil rack is forged from 10 gauge galvanized steel for maximum durability and strength.
A stop surface extends upwardly and perpendicularly from the base to prevent the payload from rolling. This coil rack is forged from 10 gauge galvanized steel for maximum durability and strength. Our coil racks for flatbed trailers are of one-piece construction for extra support handling both heavy and light duty applications. Typically pairs of coil racks 20 are used on a flatbed trailer 22 as shown in FIG. Some coils wont sit properly without real 4x4s.
They are used with wood blocks to provide a cradle for the coil to be secured with the appropriate chains and straps. That also means you need to have 8 4x4x8s. This heavy duty coil racks are great for extra support in handling heavy duty and light duty applications. Coil Racks are also known as coil chocks or coil bunks. All coil racks 20 that are located on one side of the payload 32 are coupled to a common I-beam 24 in an identical manner as discussed above.