TrueTrac - The Better Track Saw System

TrueTrac Carrying & Storage Case

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If you're looking for a perfect way to store or move your TrueTrac Saw system easily, this custom carrying case is the way to go!

We manufacture this track saw guide rail case 100% in-house with two layers of 600 Denier PVC backed fabric, similar to suitcase material, sandwiching 1/4" thickness pleated foam for all-round protection. The interior has footer-style pockets to slide the track into along with hook-and-loop straps to hold the tracks in place.

The front embroidered pocket is 30 inches in length and can hold the 24 inch Cross-Cut track or other accessory items, except the Dado Jig due to the alignment tab that sticks out. Case also includes an adjustable shoulder strap, main carrying handle, #8 YKK zipper, and metal hardware.

The TrueTrac storage case is capable of storing up to 4 pieces of track when closed - For example, the 12ft kit (one 57", two 48" tracks) in the main compartment along with the 2ft Cross-Cut in the front pocket, or four full length tracks in the main compartment.

We manufacture 2-3 TrueTrac Saw guide rail cases per day, so if there is a back-order status please be aware that it may take a while to receive the case - Feel free to email or call to check if we have some on the shelf!

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Great product

Very Nice quality product. In the future just add a pocket for the toggle clamps an Allen wrench. Very nice Embroidery.

TrueTrac Carrying & Storage Case is EXCELLENT

After finding the True Trac has become my go-to tool I decided to upgrade from the original cardboard packaging that I used for protection to the fancy black case. I cannot express how happy I am with all True Trac's products and customer service and have been driving my friends and co-workers crazy with my enthusiasm.



A Great Trac Saw System!

I had never owned a trac saw but had read enough to know they were considered a great addition, particularly for sheet goods break down. It sounded like a great idea, especially given that I have lower back issues and a surgery once already and have to be careful about how much weight I maneuver around. And sometimes, it's not the sheer weight so much as it is the awkwardness-- like trying to handle 4'x8' sheets of 3/4" plywood on a table saw myself. I recently completed the construction of a new work shop, 30'x30' and decided it was time to take the plunge, but spending so much money for a limited use tool seemed like a bad idea. I'd heard about True-Trac and decided to give them a try. I have found it to be an absolute game changer, increasing speed and safety as well as accuracy and ease. The set-up was easy, although it would have been easier if I'd read the instructions all the way through first. In any case, I highly recommend True-Trac. They also seem to be great people to work with, which is a sweet bonus. The shop cabinets you see in the photo were built with the TrueTrac, and it got done in about 35% less time than similar work done in the past without the True-Trac.

True Trac Carrying and Storage Case

The True Trac carrying case is a sturdy very well-made padded case. It easily holds my 24”, 48” and 57”, tracks, some extra anti-chip strips and toggle clamps. I ordered the case on a Monday and received it on Thursday. This case makes transporting the True Trac system so much easier I only wish I had seen it sooner. I highly recommend this case.

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Just what I needed

Ripping down plywood on sawhorses or a table saw has always been awkward even with another person assisting. The expandable table was easy to set up and feels solid when cutting large or small pieces of wood. No more need for assistance. Breaks down easily and stores completely out of the way.

Finally able to use

I purchased my TruTrac system a few months ago and was finally able to use it. I bought a dedicated saw for it and set everything up when I got the system. I finally used it today and I am very pleased. I had to cut some plywood down and what a difference. After squaring an end, I was able to make the cuts I needed in less than half the time it would have taken. Precision is built in and no more variation due to the user. If I can use it, it must be idiot proof. Thanks for a great system. I’ll be calling when I wear this one out.

Dust Collector

Does it make a difference on how far the saw blade is forward into the zero clearance dust chute? I centered the sole plate of my Makita saw on your track guide so the sole is just over a inch back from the front of the guide. My saw curf is about 1 inch long on the top of the dust chute.


Honestly, kind of - If the saw blade isn’t cutting into the nozzle it won’t be as effective, as the concept is trying to keep the dust creation point inside the actual vacuum nozzle itself so all of the fine dust is extracted.

That being said as long as the blade has cut into the nozzle it should function just fine!

TrueTrac Pro-Series 4' Starter Kit

Love my router sled!

My sled kit with the threaded rod insert has been amazing. I love how few moving parts there are, and how sturdy the rails are!