TireBlocks eliminate flat tires

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TireBlocks are hand-cut wedges of dense foam that replace most of the air in your ATV or UTV tires. — TireBlocks photo

With technology advancing in the performance and horsepower of ORVs, flat tires have become a constant area of concern. To address this problem, TireBlocks have come to the rescue!

TireBlocks are an innovative, patented, run-flat insert engineered to prevent flat tires even in the harshest of terrain. Tested over thousands of miles, without air in the tires, TireBlocks have proven to be a viable solution for many who push their tires to the max. Popularity amongst off-road racers grew and gradually word spread to a wide demographic of riders who frequent gnarly, rocky terrain.

TireBlocks are offered for a variety of tire sizes and tire applications, from 18-inch MX bikes all the way up to 32-inch side-by-sides. 

Whether you are a dedicated off-road racer or recreational rider, or are using an ORV for a commercial/industrial application or farming, Tireblocks will keep you rolling without the worry or hassle of a flat tire. 

For more information, visit the website.


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