The original wheel immobilization device.
Yes, The Denver Boot Comes From Denver, Colorado. Read about it from Colorado Public Radio.
The standard denver boot is designed
to fit vehicles that have a flat rim face. The difference between
the standard boot and the 4x4 boot is the amount of height inside
the hub. The standard boot will fit the majority of the vehicles
on the road.
On the right is the hub that comes with the
standard denver boot. The purpose of the hub is to prevent access
to the lug nuts for removal of the entire tire.
The 4x4 denver boot is designed to fit
vehicles with a 4x4 hub. Both the 4x4 denver boot and the standard
denver boot use the same clamp and arm. The only difference between
the two is the hub cover.
On the left is the hub that comes with the 4x4
- Easy to install
- Easy to store
- Easy to adjust and position
- Easy to purchase
- Weight: 14 pounds
- Finish: Aluminum
- Optional OSHA orange
- Protective rubber gasket
- Accessory: 4x4 hub cove
Installation: Less than 1 minute
The important things to know are that it is light weight
at 14 pounds (half the weight of most other boots), it does not rust
or require paint and it is easy to install.
The boot is a three piece assembly: wheelclamp, hub (lug nut) cover,
and arm. The arm has two pockets which allow for an adjustment for wheel
size (larger or smaller). The three piece assembly allows for a compact
device and is very easy to transport in multiples. The Denver Boot is
made primarily for street worthy vehicles. It will fit most cars, pickup
trucks and vans. A special hub cover can be used with 4 wheel drive
vehicles with extended hubs. When paint is requested, the hub cover
and arm are painted for "higher visibility" purpose. As the
boot does not rust, the paint is not required for protection. This is
a cosmetic and often desired requirement.
Please read this Expo1000.com
interview with Liz Wolfson at
Clancy Systems about the History of The Denver Boot. -Oct 2002
A rubber gasket around the rim of the hub cover protects
the vehicle from scratches.
Please call, fax, or email for pricing information.
Order's can be placed by sending a
fax with your purchase order, shipping information and credit card
number to (303) 759-4681. We accept Visa and Mastercharge. You may
also order by email to email@example.com
Provide the above information
Clancy Systems International,
2149 So. Grape St.
Denver, CO 80224
(303) 753-0197 fax (303) 759-4681 http://www.denverboot.com