Q: What is the track system? How do I know if I have that?
A: This is another name for a cargo management system. It is a secondary rail that runs along the inside of a truck bed and underneath the bed rails, from the bulkhead to the tailgate. It is generally a factory upgrade and is used primarily for managing, tying down, and securing cargo. Our tonneau (truck-bed cover) manufacturers make special clamps to work with truck beds equipped with cargo-management systems, ultimately (in most cases) providing customer two options: "with" or "without" cargo-management rails. If your truck is upgraded with a cargo-management rail system you will want to choose "with" cargo management. If it is not, please choose the "without" cargo management option.
Different manufacturers use different names for the cargo-management system. For example:
Dodge − Utility Rail System
Nissan − Utili-Track System
Toyota − Deck Rail System
Chevy − Track System