The Original Gabriel To Display At HDAW 2013

The Original Gabriel To Display At HDAW 2013

The Original Gabriel (Ride Control, LLC), originator of the world's first automotive shock absorber in 1907 and a leading full-line supplier of light vehicle and heavy-duty OE and aftermarket shocks and struts, recently announced it will display its heavy-duty products and a new competitive program at 2013 Heavy-Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW).

The Original Gabriel  (Ride Control, LLC), originator of the world’s first automotive shock absorber in 1907 and a leading full-line supplier of light vehicle and heavy-duty OE and aftermarket shocks and struts, recently announced it will display its heavy-duty products and a new competitive program at 2013 Heavy-Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) in its own booth, number 1105.
 
Gabriel heavy-duty products include Fleetline shocks for class 3-8 trucks, buses and trailers, Fleetline cab shocks, and GasSLX, an adjustable shock for class 7-8 trucks and buses. Gabriel OE replacement coverage is second to none in the heavy-duty marketplace today, said the company.
 
The company invites attendees to “Get reacquainted with Gabriel” and its full line of heavy-duty aftermarket products for trucks, buses and trailers, at the upcoming HDAW show in Las Vegas, January 21 – 24, 2013. To schedule an appointment to meet with Gabriel, call Jo Piland at 615-221-7426.
 
Independent Spirit of Gabriel – Gabriel rebranded itself as ‘The Original Gabriel – Ride the Independent Spirit” in 2010. Gabriel invented the first shock absorber for automotive use and is the oldest continuous supplier of shocks in the marketplace. It is that rich heritage and entrepreneurial, independent spirit that has brought Gabriel back to HDAW in 2013.

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