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August 24, 2017 - Products

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DICA

DICA, known for its unbreakable, engineered outrigger pad products for construction and utility applications, announced a new jack pad product line for the commercial trucking market.

DICA’s RoadWarrior Jack Pads are made of a solid engineered thermoplastic material that is easy to use and provides 100% unbreakable support for hydraulic jacks, slide-out stabilizers, scissor jacks, and other stabilizers found on fifth-wheel semi-trailers.

Models include 12-, 15-, and 18-inch diameter options with rated capacities from 25,000 to 50,000 pounds. RoadWarrior jack pads safely spread the load out over the ground, preventing damage to paved surfaces, preventing jacks from sinking into soft ground. The 12-inch model also features an anti-skid wheel/jack pocket to safely contain a tongue jack or wheel.

Because they are waterproof and chemical resistant, RoadWarrior jack pads won’t absorb moisture, crack, or splinter like wood blocks or jack pads. Comfortable TuffGrip Handles and light weight construction make them easy to handle and store. Plus, they are non-conductive.

Pricing starts at $39.99 for the 12-inch pad, $49.99 for 15-inch models, and $69.99 for the 18-inch model. 

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