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CRASH PAD - Reduce Spinal Injury Risk in Crashes

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#1 Dave802


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Posted 29 November 2013 - 07:56 AM

CRASH PAD - . Now is the time to learn more and start thinking about The CRASH PAD insert for your seat for next season. Add at least 1 1/2" or more to the seat calculation to add space between your butt and the rigid seat bottom to Reduce your Risk of Compression Fractures, Broken Back or Broken Neck. www.802solutions.comAttached File  CrashPad_Lumbar_2in_tm_sm.jpg   82.01KB   1 downloads
Last season these injuries happened from Champions to Rookies, Cup Cars to Micros, in hot laps, heats and features. Stuff happens, you get caught up in someone else's problem or the hole closes... whatever the cause, a wheels down landing can end your season or worse.

Put the Right Stuff in your seat with the CRASH PAD. Now is the time to think about adding a CRASH PAD to your seat for next year. Get one now or add it to your Christmas List so that you can adjust as needed to make room for the compressible space needed to Reduce the Risk of Spinal Injury. The thicker the Pad the better.

There must be Compressible Space under your butt with the Right Resistance to absorb impact and slow your downward motion in a crash. There is no short cut.... It's the Law (of physics).

The CRASH PAD has the Right Stuff that tested best by the US Military. Don't be fooled by other stuff they are calling shock absorbing foam or material. Some of what we've seen in seats is actually foam rubber and can be worse than nothing in the seat at all. See our website for cautions about using foam rubber.

We wanted to let you know that a price increase will occur on January 1, 2014 due to increases from our suppliers. Buy your CRASH PAD now and save some $$.

Find more information at www.802solutions.com. Order online or find a dealer near you. Spread the word and send this link to your racing friends.


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