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Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16
Race Ramps 16

Race Ramps 16" Supercar Flatstoppers

$649.95
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Pickup available at Avid Group. Usually ready in 4 hours.

Set of 4.

You're pulling your super car out of storage for the first time this year and see flat spots on your expensive extra-wide tyres. Don't let that happen again! Supercar FlatStoppers are the solution you need.

FlatStoppers have been saving thousands of tyres worldwide while they're stuck in winter or long-term storage, and they are more affordable than the cost of replacing your tires. When you're parking your car for 30 days or more, simply drive onto our best-selling 28-inch (71cm) long FlatStoppers and your tyres will settle into the concave depression of the pads to evenly disperse the weight of the car across the increased contact patch and prevent flat spots. This set of four 16-inch (40cm) wide Supercar FlatStoppers can accommodate monster tires up to 14 inches wide and has a total weight capacity of 2717kg (each FlatStopper supports up to 680kg). After the 8.9-degree approach incline, the depression follows the natural shape of your tire to keep it in great condition until the next time you drive, and repositioning the ramps is easy.

FlatStoppers are manufactured using an exclusive, patented process. They are constructed of 100% solid, high-density foam with a rugged anti-slip coating that results in a lightweight tire storage solution that is strong, yet durable. They won't slide, scratch, or damage your floors, and won't conduct heat or cold from the surface to your tires, making them a versatile solution in hot or cold weather applications.

Usage:

Use on a level, flat surface. Ensure that the bottom of each FlatStopper makes full contact with the ground. You may notice indentations in the FlatStopper after you remove the car. This is normal as the FlatStopper is conforming to the tyre.