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I have roughly about 19,000 square feet of suspended modular flooring. I used about 1000 sqft for parking vehicles on and have no use for the rest.
 
I am selling them at
 
•••$0.75 a tile•••  OR LESS
 
•••$0.25 a tile•••  OR LESS
 
(New they are $4.17 a tile)
 
If you bundle and buy more than 1000sqft, I will greatly reduce the price.
 
The Tiles are LIGHT BLUE in color.
 
—-DATA—
190'x100'
19,000 square feet
27360 tiles
 
294120 oz of tile
or
18,382.5lbs of tile
 
Pack of 24 tiles is $100
Total cost NEW: $114,000
 
SnapSports ReActive® suspended modular flooring – Solid top design
9.8425" x 9.8425" x 3/4" (250mm x 250mm x 19mm)
High impact PP (polypropylene) suspended floor tile with 841 individual support legs.
Weight: 10.75 oz. (304.79g)
 
PRODUCT TEST RESULTS • Flame Spread Index (ASTM E 84): 90 • Smoke Generation (ASTM E 84): 90 • Friction (ASTM C 1028): Dry – 0.74, Wet – 0.53 • Compression vs. Crush (ASTM D 3998): No Break • Noise Reduction Coefficient (ASTM C 423): 5 - 10% • Rolling Load (DIN 18032-02): Pass • Force Reduction (ASTM F2772): Class 1 • Standard Deformation (DIN 18032-02): 0.9mm • Ball Rebound (DIN 18032-02): 98% • Load Bearing Capacity (DIN 18032-02): >200 psi • R-Value: x<1 • Flatness: 0.0mm • Lateral Movement: 0.00" – 0.035" SANITARY INFORMATION • Fungus Resistance (ASTM G 21): No Growth • Resistant to the following: – Bacteria and Mildew – Staphylococcus – Klebseilla Pnuemoniae – Pink Staining Organism – STV Reticulum • Tested and Certified by the NSF (National Sanitation Foundation) 
 
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You'd most likely have to use something under a jack/stand to protect the point loads from cracking the floor, i.e. piece of plywood or sheet metal.

@Jdesign I'm still in. I have to do some maths to see what I need and how big of a pile that will be for me to pickup, but around 500 tiles.

FYI for everyone, I talked to the rep for Wisconsin (Chase) from the company that makes these and they will sell small amounts of the ramp edges to anyone. They are $2/piece and are 2"x 9.8425" available in grey or black. 

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20 minutes ago, straight6pwr said:

You'd most likely have to use something under a jack/stand to protect the point loads from cracking the floor, i.e. piece of plywood or sheet metal.

Would pulling into a garage and backing in and out turning the wheels on these cause them to shift or move at all? One of our garage stalls will eventually be a little tricky to get into and would require some maneuvering. 

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2 hours ago, josepilove said:

Where are these located? 

Cottage Grove, Wisconsin

1 hour ago, gilber33 said:

The pictures aren't working for me. Are they for anyone else? 

Also, are these just for parking cars on? I assume with them being plastic you couldn't use a jack or jackstands on these? 

You can use jack stands, floor jacks, etc. they are strong.

24 minutes ago, straight6pwr said:

You'd most likely have to use something under a jack/stand to protect the point loads from cracking the floor, i.e. piece of plywood or sheet metal.

@Jdesign I'm still in. I have to do some maths to see what I need and how big of a pile that will be for me to pickup, but around 500 tiles.

FYI for everyone, I talked to the rep for Wisconsin (Chase) from the company that makes these and they will sell small amounts of the ramp edges to anyone. They are $2/piece and are 2"x 9.8425" available in grey or black. 

I will save you some! Can you send me Chases info? I would love to get some ramp edges.

3 minutes ago, gilber33 said:

Would pulling into a garage and backing in and out turning the wheels on these cause them to shift or move at all? One of our garage stalls will eventually be a little tricky to get into and would require some maneuvering. 

Yes and no. typically these should have an underlayment, but I have then down with just concrete under them. you can turn on them just fine but obviously the bigger the area the less likely you will see shifting. 

** Note that my E36 has a welded diff and I tried turning on them with the rear tires near an edge of about 1200sqft and it just twisted a few tiles apart. I had to get out and snap them back together.**

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3 hours ago, straight6pwr said:

doing my maths...are these a 10" nominal tile?

For the most part, yes. 

9.8425" x 9.8425" x 3/4" (250mm x 250mm x 19mm)

They are metric. 

But I can give you a bunch extra, just get the rough area.

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