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Old 10-31-2011, 03:00 PM   #1
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Default Pic Request: How you transport your Tires?Tool box trailers

Just need some idea's on how you guys transport your tires/and tools for your autocrossing days.

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Would love to see some of your guys setups.
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Old 10-31-2011, 03:04 PM   #2
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Default Re: Pic Request: How you transport your Tires?Tool box trailers

STOP!!!! go back and search this was soooooooooooo covered, and there are tons of ideas of on how people transport equipment and parts.
When you find it you'll see there are some seriously great ideas in the thread
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Old 10-31-2011, 03:14 PM   #3
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Im feeling generous today.
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might find something here???

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:42 PM   #4
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Add Civic with roll cage and tools and tires in the trunk.

I dont do cones though.

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Default Re: Pic Request: How you transport your Tires?Tool box trailers

I just throw all my tools in my tool box. And since I'm in ST I usually just put my wheels/tires on the night before and drive out to the event. With R tires I usually put some sort of towel down in the back and throw them back in the rear seat.
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For anyone who drives their car to track and takes wheels inside your car in your back seats you should really strap them down. I saw one person under braking have the wheel roll right from the back seat up the middle onto the dash
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Straps around the trunk is how I roll
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If you have a rollbar, it also can double as the best tire holder ever invented... (I have a bar connecting the two rear strut towers)

and when having wide tires.. 3 fit behind the rollbar, and the 4th fits in the spare tire spot...and the rubber makes a good cushon for the toolbox to sit on and be tied down to the rear cross bar. (and makes room on one side to slide in an EZ-Up tent)... I love how I can pack my garage into the rear of the teg and drive 30minutes up the road to Waterford :-D

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For the record, it had enough room for tires on the two bare rims...not blocking sight-lines; bringing the total to 4 - 275/45-17s & 4- 205/55-16s. Plenty of room for a autox toolset in the front...

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