KYB Americas Corp. Announces Expanded MonoMax Shock Coverage

KYB Americas Corp. Announces Expanded MonoMax Shock Coverage

KYB Americas Corp. has expanded coverage for its truck and SUV MonoMax shock absorber lineup. New part numbers for this release cover nearly 12 million pickup trucks and SUVs on the road today, including the most popular late-model Ford, GM and Dodge applications.

KYB Americas Corp. has expanded coverage for its truck and SUV MonoMax shock absorber lineup. New part numbers for this release cover nearly 12 million pickup trucks and SUVs on the road today, including the most popular late-model Ford, GM and Dodge applications.

KYB MonoMax are heavy-duty, large bore monotube shock absorbers built to handle the demands of working trucks, vans and SUVs. MonoMax are also popular in the off-road vehicles market, according to KYB.

“In large part, the release of these new MonoMax part numbers were driven by the demand of our customers,” said KYB Americas Product Manager Tim Oldiges. “Our entire product, engineering and sales teams worked quickly to get these new MonoMax part numbers introduced. We feel strongly that our customers will benefit greatly by this new coverage.”

 

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