TrueTrac Toggle Clamps

Sale price Price $ 49.99 Regular price $ 59.99 Unit price  per 

-- Sold By The Pair, Maximum 1" Mat'l Thickness --
The TrueTrac Toggle Clamps are designed to go on the underside of your TrueTrac guide rail system, and are available for use in situations where the non-skid material on the anti-chip edging is not enough to keep the guide rail secured to the workpiece.
We recommended these small toggle clamps for use when routing, cutting bowed or warped lumber, when cutting material with a slick surface finish, or when added confidence is needed with expensive materials.
Includes two adapted guide rail Toggle Clamps, pre-assembled and ready to go.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
James Evans
Great clamps

There quick and easy to use on all the truetrac track, saves time.

Jim Sherman
useful clamps

As a new user of my TrueTrac I was unsure how well the guide track would stay in place. Especially when ripping 8 ft pieces, I have additional confidence when I use the clamps. They also help me place the guide in the exact right place as they will hold one end when I adjust the other. I was puzzled by the fact that they seemed to get out of adjustment (tightness of clamp) after a few uses, but then found out the bolts holding them to the base were loosening. After tightening them, they held their adjustment. I'm glad I spent the money to have them when I need them.

Jean Griffard
What Handy Gadgets!

These clamps are amazing. Even tho the TrueTrac guides have grip to them, the boards we were using were somewhat warped, and it was great to be able to easily clamp the guide down to ensure that nothing slipped. They install and remove easily. Great product!

Carl Foltz Jr
True Trac toggle clamps

I ordered a pair of the toggle clamps. The first time I used them I had a problem. The first clamp slid right into the slot in the underside of the track just as it was designed to do and clamped onto the support surface. That was really nice. When I went to slip the 2nd clamp into the slot, it only went half way in and would not budge. I pulled it out and tried again. Same problem. It would only go half way in. I used a little oil to make things slide better but no change. I repositioned the work and the track so I could use the clamp in this position and made the saw cut. When i had a chance I worked with the clamp more. By comparing it to the good clamp I noticed a physical difference between the two. The good clamp had a raised ridge all the way down the center of the black body piece. this ridge acted as a spacer to stand the clamp body away from the metal tongue and track, giving it clearance. The bad clamp did not have the ridge. There was no clearance between the clamp body and the tongue and track. Once I saw the problem, I disassembles the clamp, added 2 metal spacers between the clamp body and the metal tongue that slides into the track slot. This did the trick. The re-engineered clamp works just as well as the good clamp. It appears that there was a manufacturing defect in the bad clamp.

Brian Lindell
Toggle Clamps

Although the anti-slip strips work well, I wanted the extra clamping power of the clamps. The clamps are easy to use and move to different configurations of the True Trac System. On long 8’+ rips on expensive plywood, the extra assurance of the Trac not moving was worth the price of the clamps to me. You invested in the True Trac System, invest in the clamps and accurately rip your sheet goods for many years to come!

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207 reviews
well built

Works great at refining rough cut lumber into flat and usable boards.

Take caution on setup

The first time I used the true track, it wasn't straight. Seem you need to double check with a long straight edge to make sure the two pieces are straight. Just butting up the joint doesn't guarantee a straight edge cut.

Hi Larry!

It’s exceedingly rare to have any misalignment issues when joining our tracks. Id say less than 1:100 units have an issue and it’s easily solved. Take a trusted 90 degree square and see if the cross cut on the aluminum track itself is off on one of the tracks.

If it’s hard to tell an alternative method to check is to leave a business card gap between the tracks rather than butting them tightly together. If this provides an automatic straight joint with no fiddling, one of the faces is not exactly 90 degrees. If you can pin it down to an extrusion we’ll replace it for free!

If the two faces are pressed tightly together and both are not exactly 90 degrees then they will override the dovetail connectors and misalignment is the result.

Thank you for the honest feedback and I wish you would have reached out as soon as the issue came up so we could resolve it!

Excellent product

Have a lot of slabs to flatten and decided I needed a good way. Did a bunch of research and decided on the Truetrack system. Built the frame and mounted the rails and went to work. I was really surprised at how easy it was with beautiful results.

Fantastic system for transforming your circular saw!

After installing the saw base on my DeWalt circular saw (along with a new blade), I have primarily used my TrueTrac for small projects so far. In fact, it is getting much more use than I expected! The main reason I purchased it was to rip long boards cleanly to build skin on frame canoes. I was hoping it would give better results and be less dangerous than using the table saw. This has exceeded my expectations--each cut is perfect! I purchased the 12ft kit as well as an additional 2ft section of track, and this is now my go to saw when I need precision.

Thank you! Well worth every penny.

Love my TrueTrac!

Nothing to say. Exactly as advertised. Great customer service and follow up.