SRT plates were created and developed to allow you to safely tackle any type of path.this page is a brief summary of the paths taken during the development and testing of our protections.The goal is to protect without hindering the path.
Bumpy pier paths, where the rocks present hit the bottom, the resistance to these impacts is as fundamental as the ability to slide forward without getting stuck
ROCKY BED RIVER
The river beds are very treacherous, alternating sections with compact rocks at sections where the wheels sink into the gravel, in these paths it is not uncommon to travel sections where the bottom of the vehicle is constantly in contact with the ground, here too resistance and ease of sliding they are the key to getting out unscathed
These stretches of the route see the vehicles sink following the furrows left by those in front of us, here it is essential to preserve ground clearance, SRT has studied its own plates in order not to protrude from the source and have angled edges that act as a slide to avoid to create friction which could block you in these paths
EART AND SAND
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Frozen snow sometimes has furrows from those who have passed previously, in these paths the risk is to remain with the bottom resting on the icy surface thus losing traction, and the impact resistance of ice as hard as rock is fundamental, as the ground clearance of the vehicle.
with soft snow the fundamental cores are the ground clearance and a bottom suitable for sliding.
as you can see in the photo, the snow has no ruts left by the vehicle with the SRT plates, this is because the bottom has no protruding parts while preserving its height from the ground
ROCKY BED RIVER
FLAT LINE OF THE BOTTOM