Toyota Utility Track T-Nut (4-Pack)
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$12.99 - Free US shipping.
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Easy to use and designed specifically for the Toyota utility track

Need to bolt something to your Toyota's utility track? Then you need these T-nuts. These T-nuts are CNC machined out of 6061 aluminum and clear anodized for durabiltiy. They're easy to use thanks to their insert-and-twist geometry. No need to slide them down the entire track, just insert sideways and rotate 90 degrees to tighten. Designed for use with a 5/16-18 bolt (not included). Sold in packs of 4.

Product Specifications
  • Machined form 6061 aluminum and clear anodized
  • Works with Toyota bed-side utility track
  • M8 x 1.25mm thread
  • Sold in packs of 4 T-nuts
Review the Toyota Utility Track T-Nut (4-Pack)

By Steve on May 18, 2018

As advertised! These shipped quickly and were in my hands before I even knew what I was going to do with them. Last night I used four to make some custom brackets for securely mounting a tool box. All nuts were perfectly finished with nicely cut threads. After one project with them I’m full of other ideas. Will be ordering more shortly!


By Mike on March 24, 2018

Excellent product, great fit and finish.  Worth the money.


By Isaac on March 04, 2018

These T-slot nuts are the bee’s knees. For light or medium duty fastening, they can’t be beat. They are appropriately sized for quick installation and removal. Pair them with some stainless thumb screws, washers, and Quick Fist clamps and you will have your seasonal and/or trail tools within easy reach. At four for $12, there is no better value.

I bought them to replace black oxide steel T-slot nuts that have began to rust in the North-Eastern winter. Those nuts cost $20 for a four pack and have a 3/8-16 threaded hole, which is considerably larger than what I need to hold tools in my bed. And, the steel T-slot nuts are larger, which means that I have to remove them via the end of the utility track. I wish I would have found these first…