Truck tire folding rack

Product number: MTFR
  • Transport
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    • FLAT-RATE PER ORDER: flat rates are available for any orders regardless of the quantity.

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    • Flat rate & free shipping are applicable for lower 48 states. Excluding NYC.
  • Delivery time
    2-10 business days
    • Northeast: 4 to 7 business days
    • South Atlantic: 2 to 4 business days
    • Midwest: 4 to 7 business days
    • South Central: 2 to 4 business days
    • Mountain: 4 to 7 business days
    • Pacific: 7 to 10 business days
    • Made-to-order: 10 to 12 weeks

Features and benefits

  • Store your heavy truck, bus and OTR tires in the sturdiest stackable racks.
  • Modular rack that can hold 8 tires up to 44" OD. 
  • 45˚ angle beams to properly position your tires in the rack.
  • Easy to move with its fork guides on all sides.

Stackable, foldable and modular, the Truck tire folding rack will optimize your tire warehouse or tire distribution center. Its heavy-duty steel structure allows it to stack up to 4 racks loaded with 2400 lb each while its foldable sides make it compact enough to stack up to 20 racks high. Designed to store tires on tread, the Truck tire folding rack makes it easier to handle tires compared to barrel stacked tires.

Specifications

Specifications
Features Stackable, Portable, Foldable/removable sides
Tire type Truck & bus tires, OTR tire
Tire storage method On the Tread
Tire capacity 8
Overall tire diameter - max. (inches) 44
Load capacity (lb) 2400
Stackable - max. quantity (open) 4
Stackable - max. quantity (closed) 20
Net weight (lb) 197
Product dimensions - LxWxH (inches) 93 1/2 x 40 x 55 1/2
Materials Steel
Finish Powder coated paint UV resistant - Never loses is luster
Warranty 1 year
Color Orange

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FAQ

  • Is the load capacity per unit or for the total stacked units?
    The load capacity is per unit. Each unit can support its own load capacity plus the weight and load capacity of the stacked racks above. Example: You can stack 4 units all containing 1 100 kg (2 400 lb) each.