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Collapsible tire stand

This innovative and foldable tire rack features a sleek structure composed of two U-shaped members. Each of these members has a robust base segment from which support arms extend perpendicularly at each end. Ingeniously designed, nesting tracks are situated between each pair of support arms, providing a secure location for positioning tires. These tracks are thoughtfully arranged in two pairs: one near the distal end of the support arms for maximum stability, and another closer to the base segment, ensuring that the secured tires remain close to the ground for increased accessibility and stability.

The thoughtful design of this tire rack not only optimizes storage space by allowing for a compact arrangement of tires but also ensures ease of access and handling. Whether for personal use in a garage or in a professional setting such as a repair shop, this rack combines functionality and efficiency, offering a secure and space-saving storage solution.

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A leader in invention protection in Quebec since 2001, Inventarium was founded by Daniel Paquette, inventor of the school bus remote arm and holder of several other successful inventions, to enable inventors in Quebec and across Canada to protect and patent their invention ideas at a fraction of the cost of patent agencies.


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Leader en protection d'inventions au Québec depuis 2001, Inventarium a été fondée par Daniel Paquette