Ive seen a couple conversations on whether properly securing your equipment should be done or not. ive seen even fewer posts about how they actually go about securing things. I always secure my machines with tie downs/ratchet straps with S hooks. I dont want them walking all over the trailer. My biggest thing is that up until last week, I never put anything on the floor to make me park in the same place twice so i was always modifying my anchoring points and positions. one trip i would be anchoring back towards a point on the frame, and the next trip i might be reaching forward to the next closest point. i spent alot of time fooling with anchoring between jobs but i just recently installed 2x4's for my rear tires to rest in for my ZTR. Then i used 2x2' front and rear of the wheels on my walk behind/commercial push to keep it from rolling. i toss a strap over it to keep it from hopping and I think ive got it licked. Now im thinking maybe E tracks would be ideal. they are almost flush so tripping over them wouldnt be an issue. i could park virtually anywhere and have an ideal anchor point. I could reconfigure my trailer if I need to add or take away machines. Does anyone have any experience with E track? any pics of setups preferably on open utility trailers. thanks for the help in advance.