Load Lock Bars

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3000167
$29.95

4×4 Rubber Foot Pads

Adjusts from: 91” – 107”

3000359
$24.95

2×4 Rubber Foot Pads

Adjusts from: 89” – 104”

A76163BPT-C
$29.95

50”-65” to fit most compact trucks
1.5” Steel Tube makes this a sturdy bar

3000166
$29.95

59”-73” to fit most full size pickup trucks
1.5” Steel Tube makes this a sturdy bar

A76163B-112
$32.95

4×4 Rubber Foot Pads

Adjusts from: 96” – 112”

A76163HDPT-C
$32.95

50”-65” to fit most compact trucks
1.5” Heavy Duty Steel Tube

3000281
$32.95

59”-73” to fit most full size trucks
1.5” Heavy Duty Steel Tube

3000115
$34.95

46”-74” to fit most compact and full-size trucks

3000345
$32.75

4×4 Rubber Foot Pads

Adjusts from: 91” – 107”

3000346
$36.75

4×4 Rubber Foot Pads

Adjusts from: 96” -112”

A76183
$13.95

Outside Diameter : 1 1/8”

predrilled holes for foot and cargo bar mechanism

3000256
$10.95

works with 1 1/8” diameter tube

Steel construction

20016BF
$4.95

Small stud pad for 1 1/8” tube

Large stud pad for 1 1/2” tube

20013BF
$4.95

Small stud pad for 1 1/8” tube

Large stud pad for 1 1/2” tube

3000193
$4.95

This foot replaces the weld-on foot of any 4×4 weld-on foot cargo bar.

Load Lock Bars for Load Securement


Load Lock Bars are one of the most widely used tools in the cargo control industry for load stabilization. Load Locks can be used in many different scenarios such as keeping a load locked into place or helping to prevent pallets from tipping over when opening dry van doors. Load Lock Bars are great inside semi-trailer dry vans as they can be used to prevent load shifts during transit, as well as help to separate the cargo into manageable safe sections so the cargo can arrive in one piece.

Load shifts during transit can become an extremely dangerous situation when opening the doors to the dry-van trailer as you could be faced with potentially hundreds or thousands of pounds of cargo tipping over and out of the truck. Our Load Lock Bars are made with heavy-duty strength to help reduce the chances of cargo moving or falling over during travel.

The Different Types of Load Lock Bars


Load Lock Bars come in 3 different variations: Aluminum, Steel, and Heavy Duty Grade Steel. Load Bars are unable to have a working load limit rating as outside factors such as different trailer manufacturers’ wall strength can greatly vary in strength from trailer to trailer or truck.

Load Bars can be made in many different options such as metal material, rubber feet size, and length of the bar itself to accommodate almost any truck, trailer, pickup truck bed, enclosed trailer, or dry van. As well as lever load bars, ratchet load bars, and e-track beams that go directly into e-track rails that are installed along the walls.

Load Bars are only as strong as the wall that it is being propped up against and this is why you should be extremely cautious when securing Load Lock Bars. Lodi Metals is the only cargo bar manufacturer in the United States and we take this title extremely seriously and work hard to ensure each product that leaves our shop is the highest quality possible.

Safety is our main concern when manufacturing our load bars because we truly care about our customers and want to provide great safety and strength. If you have any questions about any of our load bars feel free to give our cargo bar experts a call at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website.

Receive a FREE quote today by giving our sales team a call at 800-807-5634 or by using our online contact us form located at the top of the website. We look forward to helping you with all of your load securement needs.

Frequently Asked Load Bar Questions


How Many Load Bars Should You Use? – We recommend our customers always use load lock bars in pairs with one being toward the bottom of the securement and one being toward the top. This helps to create a barrier to lock the cargo in place, as well as preventing a fail-safe in case one of the bars were to ever fail.

Load Bars rarely fail but in some circumstances, they may bend from holding too much weight in place. By using multiple load bars you can help prevent load bars from bending by spreading out the weight of the cargo or pallet.

Are Bolt-on Hoop Kits for Load Bars needed? – Ultimately, it will depend on the type of cargo you are securing. If you are securing tall pallets or skids that are prone to tipping over it may be a good idea to use them to provide more surface area to prevent areas from becoming shifting during transit. Bolt-on Hoop kits may not be needed for every application but it won’t hurt you by having them, especially as an added safety layer.

Is 4×4 Bolt on Feet or 2×4 Bolt on Feet Better? – This usually comes down to personal preference but 4×4 feet tend to provide a larger surface area which can result in more grip and better securement. 2×4 feet are easier to store and secure with a very similar amount of grip.

Both are great options for anyone who is going to be securing cargo in enclosed trailers. Rubber Foot Pads can greatly help reduce the bars from moving out of place or sliding in various different elements.

Why are there two measurements for each cargo bar? – The shorter length on the bar is the compacted size of the bar and the longer length is the fully extended size of the load bar. You can adjust the bars to any dimension between the bars safely to fit your specific cargo securement needs.

Load Lock Bars