So, I'm out of South Jersey and so is BSRM, Inc., which is the company that manufactures Hosspad jack pads as well as isolation pads for machinery and equipment. Coincidentally, their office is just a mile from my office, and their factory not far from my childhood home.
BSRM makes products through recycling of old tires, and a great thing over having them entombed in a landfill IMO! Recently, a friend of mine has joined BSRM and I had opportunity to visit the factory and see their process. My specific application at this time is for their isolation pads, but I'm going to try out some Hosspads this season. Specifically under the stabilizer feet and and carry a couple mega-sized ones for soft ground/Anderson leveler use. I'm also going to use a section of isolation pad under my FW pump to curb the vibration better, but that's another story...
I would like to get feedback here of what fellow campers think of them, especially compared to lumber and various plastic pads to share with them directly. Please make your vote and share any comments.