Stabilus Launches Customer Road Tour

Stabilus Launches Customer Road Tour

Stabilus, a designer and manufacturer of gas springs and hydraulic vibration dampers, launched its customer road tour in August 2005. Featuring a Ford F-150 truck retrofitted with Stabilus products, the tour will visit major cities around the United States, Canada and Mexico on an extensive 18-month schedule.

Stabilus, a designer and manufacturer of gas springs and hydraulic vibration dampers, launched its customer road tour in August 2005. Featuring a Ford F-150 truck retrofitted with Stabilus products, the tour will visit major cities around the United States, Canada and Mexico on an extensive 18-month schedule. The road tour provides a unique opportunity for customers to learn more about Stabilus’ product lines through application demonstrations.

The F-150 truck is retrofitted with a variety of Stabilus’ gas springs and dampers, specifically designed for the automotive accessory industry including its LIFT-O-MAT INOX, KOMBI-LIFT, BLOC-O-LIFT-T, INTER-STOP and DORSTOP gas springs, as well as the new drop-gate damper EZDOWN.

Gas springs are a proven and reliable method of counterbalancing large covers and objects. They offer ideal capabilities for safely lifting, lowering and positioning heavy or cumbersome objects. More versatile than mechanical springs, gas springs offer the advantages of speed-controlled dampening, cushioned end motion, simple mounting, compact size, flat force curve and a wide range of available forces.

For more information on Stabilus’ customer road tour, including the locations of truck stops, contact Stabilus at 1201 Tulip Drive, Gastonia, NC 28052 or call (800) 247-2860; e-mail [email protected] or visit www.stabilus.com.

You May Also Like

Mitchell 1, ASE Present 2022 Technician of the Future Award

Nathanial “Nate” Nie of Mission Viejo, California, was named the 2022 Mitchell 1 / National Institute for ASE Technician of the Future.

Nathanial “Nate” Nie of Mission Viejo, California, was named the 2022 Mitchell 1 / National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Technician of the Future during the ASE Board of Governors Meeting and Technician Awards banquet held recently in San Diego, California.

“We congratulate Nate on being named the 2022 Technician of the Future,” said Nick DiVerde, senior marketing director, Mitchell 1. “His accomplishments thus far have demonstrated his commitment to excelling as an automotive technician and we know he will continue to be successful as he journeys down his career path.”

Schaeffler Group Releases Series of LuK TSBs

In conjunction with its REPXPERT service brand, Schaeffler provides technical tips and service information for LuK products.

GB Remanufacturing Releases 2022 Year in Review

The GB Reman 2022 Year in Review is available for download.

Survey Shows Greater Trust in Service Professionals

More than 70% reported increased levels of trust in repair shops and/or service technicians.

SMP Closes the Year with 214 New Part Numbers

SMP says it is committed to providing replacement parts for hybrids and EVs through its Standard and Four Seasons brands.

Other Posts

NRS Brakes Adds 18 New Part Numbers for Multiple Models

According to NRS, these additions cover around 11.7 million vehicles.

ASE Offering Options for Testing and Recertification

ASE offers three testing options for service pros – in-person testing; the ASE renewal app; and ProProctor remote testing.

Bosch Releases Hydro-Boost Power Brake Assemblies

Hydro-Boost Power Brake Assembly now available to independent repair shops and DIY’ers.

Akebono Expands EURO Ultra-Premium Disc Brake Pad Kits

Company increases coverage by over 640,000 vehicles.