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recycled rubber with virgin rubber overlay - overlay protects recycled crumb rubber from wear. End caps are sold sparately

Plasticade Speed Bump

Plasticade Speed Bump

:: Specifications

  • Molded-in stripes of yellow road marking tape
  • Designed for up to 15 mph
  • conforms to surface contour
  • Dual bottom channels for drainage - protects wire, hose, or pipe to 3/4" dia.
  • Asphalt or concrete installation
  • Cut with a utility knife if necessary
  • Sold in 6 foot lengths with three yellow stripes, 60 lbs.
  • SB72-S, 6' Speed Bump only, no hardware
  • SB72-SASPHALT, 6' Speed Bump with rebar spikes for asphalt installation (includes Part # XASPHALT, see below)
  • SB72-SASPHALT-EC, 6' Speed Bump with rebar spikes for asphalt installation with two end caps (includes two of Part # XASPHALT, see below)
  • SB72-SCONCRETE, 6' Speed Bump with hardware kit for concrete installation (includes Part # XCONCRETE, see below)
  • SB72-SCONCRETE-EC, 6' Speed Bump with hardware kit for concrete installation with two end caps (includes two of Part # XCONCRETE, see below)
  • SBEC, End cap for speed bumps
  • ST-6Y, 6' Parking Stop only, no hardware
  • ST-6YASPHALT, 6' Parking Stop with rebar spikes for asphalt installation (includes Part # XASPHALT, see below)
  • ST-6YCONCRETE, 6' Parking Stop with hardware kit for concrete installation (includes Part # XCONCRET-ST, see below)
  • XASPHALT, Rebar spikes for speed bumps and parking stops, includes 4 pieces each of 14" x 1/2" rebar spikes and washers for asphalt installation
  • XCONCRETE, Speed Bump Hardware Kit, includes four pieces of 4 1/2" lag (screw, washer, and shield) for concrete installation
  • XCONCRETE-ST, Parking Stop Hardware Kit, includes four pieces of 6" lag (screw, washer, shield) for concrete installation

:: Features

  • conforms to surface contour
  • asphalt or concrete installation

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