Mileage on the trailer far exceeds time on the track. Any seasoned
racer will tell you that more damage happens in the trailer than on the
track, this applies to all types of race cars.
dragsters are particularly difficult to tie down. Long, flexible
chassis can cycle up and down in the trailer, causing premature metal
fatigue and big tires with sloppy sidewalls tend to slip sideways in
transit. Suspended cars are also subjected to similar punishment
including increased wear on the suspension and shocks.
Chassis Stabilizer inflates under a strong cross-member near the center
of gravity to reduce a car's bounce in transit. And our L-Shaped wheel
chocks work well with most tires to keep the rear of the car from moving
out of place. Use only the highest quality tie downs with these
important devices to ensure safe transport.
Get the products that get your car to the track in the same shape it left your garage. It makes sense to tie down correctly.