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Martins Standard Pickup Cage holds 50 tires

Posted on July 7, 2014
The Martins Standard Pickup Tire Cage is designed, tested and manufactured to transport tires of all sizes.

The Martins Standard Pickup Tire Cage is designed, tested and manufactured to transport tires of all sizes.

Martins Industries has announced its latest addition to its portfolio of tire handling equipment, the Standard Pickup Tire Cage (MSPUTC) designed, tested and manufactured to transport tires of all sizes.

'The MSPUTC allows for the transport of tires safely and on all types of pickups that have an eight-foot box (Ford, GMC, Chevy and Dodge). The MSPUTC can hold on average 50 17-inch diameter tires, says Martins.

The MSPUTC is a heavy-duty cage, loaded latch type and stainless steel hardware to prevent rust. The truck tire cage has a lifetime warranty against rust. It is outside of the tubes, making it rust-proof and long-lasting, notes Martins.

For more information, visit https://martinsindustries.com/en/cat/pick.

Related Topics: Martins Industries, Martins Standard Pickup Tire Cage, Tire Cages

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