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I figured I would hit this up early way before the season is upon us again.

This last winter season I kept my car completely off the ground with 2 pairs of jackpoint jackstands.

Although this works fantastic, some members have brought up the point that it's probably not great to have the wheel hanging like this for an extended duration.

I know some get away with carpet scraps and over-inflating the tires, I would like to go (to me) the safer route of the race ramps flatstoppers.

If anyone has some of these that you don't use and would like to sell please let me know.

I'm looking for either the
RR-FS (12" wide tires) or
RR-FS-16-SC (14" wide tires).
https://raceramps.com/car-ramps/car-storage-ramps/flatstoppers/#product-comparison

If I end up purchasing them new, I might as well go the extra $30 and get the widest ones...

Depending on condition, I may be willing to trade 1 (of my 2) pr. of my Jackpoint Jackstands for them.
https://shop.jackpointjackstands.com/Jackpoint-Jackstands-Matte-Finish-with-Recessed-Pads-JSRPMF.htm
 

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Or you could do what FCA does. They inflate all tires to around 50psi to prevent flat spotting as they know cars can be sitting in one place for extended periods of time until sold. Dealers are supposed to drop pressures down 32-35 during prep. after a sale but seldom do.
 

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Thanks, SunnyS. I never considered ebay. I was able to buy TR8's for 20.00 off and free shipping.
 
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