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Old 09-07-11, 10:05   #1
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Woodcraft Dual Temp Tire Warmers have several unique features that were developed with the racer and trackday rider in mind. They’re designed to work on as little as 1,000W per pair and provide an even heat distribution thanks to tightly aligned coils that provide consistent thermal coverage. This coverage is aided by side curtains sewn into the warmer elements which help increase each warmer’s efficiency and aids in warming up the rims. In this way, tires can soak heat from the rims as you line up on the grid, providing a little more grip when the green flag drops. Reliable Velcro straps secure the warmers to the wheels and each unit is clearly labeled either front or rear, so there’s no confusion when getting them on your bike. The benefits of using tire warmers are many, from reducing the risk of crashes on the first few laps out on the track to increased tire life – both of which result in less money coming out of your pocket. If you’re serious about your time at the track, consider investing in Woodcraft Dual Temp Tire Warmers.

For more information, call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 or send an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with WOODCRAFT DUAL TEMP TIRE WARMERS and we’ll get back to you right away. MSRP $379.99

All Woodcraft tire warmers come with clear instructions that explain exactly how to use and care for them.


Woodcraft Dual Temp Tire Warmers come with this convenient duffel bag to keep them stored safely when they’re not in use.


Heat intensity is selectable between 130-140 F (warm) to 170-180 F (hot) settings.


An indicator light is located where the power cord makes its way into the warmer element. It will shine red as the tires are coming up to temperature and green when they’re ready.


Heating coils are tightly spaced to provide even temperatures throughout the tire carcass. This prevents hot spots from forming and increases tire life.


To prevent burn through as the result of forgetting to turn off the warmers when you head out onto the track, Woodcraft tire warms have a safety plug built-in to the front and rear warmers. By virtue of completing the circuit, this must plugged in for the warmers to provide heat. In this way, damage to the tire warmers is easily avoided since they must be disconnected before removing them from your tires.
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TJ, can you shoot me a price on a set when you get a chance? Thanks!
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Woodcraft warmers are $379.99. We can offer them on the forum at $341.99.
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Woodcraft warmers are $379.99. We can offer them on the forum at $341.99.
Great, thanks TJ!
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