TrafFix Devices featured in latest Ken Block video

We here at TrafFix Devices are excited to show how some of our products have been used in the latest video from Ken Block! Not only is this an awesome way to show off our products, it’s extremely entertaining as well!

Description from DC Shoes YouTube Channel: “DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FIVE: Ultimate Urban Playground; San Francisco. Shot on the actual streets of San Francisco, California, GYM5 features a focus on fast, raw and precise driving action. Filmed over four days, director Ben Conrad and his team are back to work on their second Gymkhana production and delivered the entire city of San Francisco as Ken Block’s personal gymkhana playground. DC Shoes also provided fellow DC athlete and longtime Ken Block friend, Travis Pastrana, to make a cameo appearance on his dirtbike, and S.F. resident Jake Phelps of Thrasher Magazine fame also makes a cameo as Block hoons S.F. in his most incredible Gymkhana yet.”


Featured Products:
Channelizer Drums

Comments for "TrafFix Devices featured in latest Ken Block video"

  1. Jules Bartow

    I recently started driving shadow trucks with Scorpions.
    A couple things suck about them.
    1. Why do I have to hold the button to raise/lower? Don’t you know what a limit switch/sensor is? I need one hand on the steering wheel and the other hand for radio, turning strobe lights on and most importantly to drink coffee. How about a missile fire switch similar with a red cover so it can’t be accidentally lowered/raised?
    2. How do I tell where the TMA ends when I’m backing? There is no spring mounted brightly colored/lit fiberglass stick that I can see in the mirror like I have on small trailers narrower than the truck. I use these on plows and other attachments too. Is this lack of visibility intended to increase sales of brake light assembly replacement parts? Why do you hide the TMA from the driver???? I’ll be sending you my excess urine from pee tests cause I can’t see your TrafFIX device.
    As an engineer I just started working for one of the largest traffic sign companies in Virginia and became a member of IMSA. Apparently none of your engineers have actually used a TMA on the highway with traffic whizzing by at 75 MPH to back up while paying attention to upstream traffic, number of skip lines, guardrails, cones, and the downstream crew while listening to radio and taking a call from supervisor on bluetooth.

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