Performance & Hotrod Business - Mar. '15

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March 2015 n Performance & Hotrod Business n 17 Hydraulic Ride Height System JRi Shocks, Mooresville, North Carolina, introduces its new, patent- pending Hydraulic Ride Height System. The 100-percent hydraulic system works directly upon the coilover spring. The system features up to 3 inches of ride height adjustment while retaining the ride and performance benefits of a coilover shock. It uses a non-, single- or double-adjustable coilover spring with a hydraulic weight jacker to raise or lower the vehicle instantly by way of a hydraulic pump, combining ride height control and performance. 2015 Ford F-150 Lift Kits Skyjacker, West Monroe, Louisiana, introduces a new 2-inch Leveling Kit and 4.5- and 6-inch Lift Kits for the 2015 Ford F-150. The 2-inch leveling kit features front metal strut spacers and a pre-loaded spacer. The two-piece design minimizes stress on the upper ball joint and can be used with OEM wheels. The new lift kits are constructed using high-clearance, laser-cut and CNC- formed crossmembers and highly engineered strut spacers. Heavy-duty steering knuckles retain the larger 2015 OEM ball joint to help maintain OEM alignment specifications. Stainless Brake Line Kit Stainless Steel Brakes Corp. (SSBC), Clarence, New York, presents its All Stainless 3/16-inch Brake Line Kit. The kit includes six of each brake line (8 to 60 inches), a wall display and a customized single-page flyer. Tubing comes complete with SAE 45-degree, double-inverted flares and stainless steel fittings. SSBC uses double-bright annealed tubing to allow ease of flaring and bending, using either tubing benders or simply by hand. They feature CNC- machined stainless steel fittings, and the brake line is also available in 25-foot coils. Suspension Components Centric Parts, Compton, California, introduces a complete line of premium Chassis Components, including suspension and steering products. Engineered to restore OE performance and designed to provide smooth steering and precise control, available suspension parts include: ball joints and control arm assemblies; control arm bushings and shaft kits; radius arm and strut rod bushing kits; sway bar links and mount bushings; axle pivot, spring and miscellaneous bushings; coil springs; and kingpins. • No tools • No stripping • No over-tightening • No forgetting to tighten fittings 888-605-7788 All the benefits of Quick-Connect technology, without the valves

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