PRT Launches North American Heavy-Duty Program

PRT Launches North American Heavy-Duty Program

The company says PRT heavy-duty shocks are produced under strict OE-quality processes required by truck makers.

PRT has officially launched the PRT Heavy Duty Program, with 100% gas-charged shocks and a two-year/200,000-mile warranty, covering more than 3,700 OEM references for trucks, trailers and buses.

The company says PRT heavy-duty shocks are produced under the strictest OE-quality processes required by truck makers.

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