Originally Posted by LegacyDrive
The normal FR supplied rail system attaches to the ramp and when closed the rails protrude about four inches or less into the trailer. You can get all the attaching hardware that bolts on the ramp from Lippert but it's going to be hard to find the rails (the ones with the screen webbing).
There's a new rail system on current units which attaches inside the trailer and rolls and unfolds onto the deck. It needs about six or so inches and not available for sale except with a new unit. But, it's a really nice setup...much better than the older system.
I looked at some pix of your unit and noticed a fire extinguisher between the aft right couch and the door. If it can fit then I'm pretty sure you can install the rails. Maybe a call to Sandstorm would help.
Thanks for the info and detailed response. My concern would be that the couches attach directly to the side walls. So with them being attached there, they would be in the way of the railing sliding in and out from the sides, right?
I think you're right that calling manufacturer would be a good idea.
I was hoping that maybe I could install some kind of "track" or maybe come up with some kind of DIY way to use the railings without having them hooked into the trailer itself. I could just lock them (or some other type of gate/railing system) into place as needed.