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74 • RV PRO • August 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS RUNNING BOARDS Luverne, Eau Claire, Wis., presents SlimGrip 5-inch running boards, designed to be the ultimate combination of sleek, aggres- sive style and fleet-grade safety. They feature a narrowed width and angular end caps to give them an aggressive look that is both rugged and stylish – perfect for the off-road truck. Simul- taneously, their expanded metal treads offer unparalleled safety, even in wet, muddy conditions. SlimGrip running boards also feature powder-coated aluminum construction and are made in the U.S.A. www.luvernetruck.com INVERTER/GENERATORS Meyer Distributing, Jasper, Ind., offers Firman Inverter/Gen- erators 3300/3000-watts full-featured inverter/ generator with remote electric start. These units are able to be paralleled and double power with 50-amp and 30-amp output capabilities. The Whisper Series muffler keeps the W03083 running at a quiet 58 decibels and provides emergency power in the event of a power failure. It can safely run electronics in RVs which include CPAP machines, computers, televisions and air condi- tioners. Includes fuel economy mode and features a three-year limited warranty for noncommercial use. www.meyerdistributing.com RV SWAY BARS Hellwig Products, Visalia, Calif., introduces a line of RV sway bars that gives the driver more confidence when behind the wheel and greatly improves cornering traction for safer driving and improved cornering abilities. It also enables motorhome drivers to better handle wind, passing trucks, winding roads and everyday driving with more confidence, control and stability. www.hellwigproducts.com CORRECTIVE SUSPENSION RV Improvement Systems, Elkhart, Ind., presents the All American Super Suspension. Independent testing conducted at the famous, Navistar Proving Grounds documented energy transfer reduction data from 50 percent to as much as 94 per- cent over six different pavement challenges. Overall average was an astounding 82 percent. The suspension features align- ment correction, hydraulic control of spring compression and rebound with independent axle operation. Users report improved travel comfort, braking, cross wind operation and trailer contents control. www.rvimprovementsystems.com

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