Newly introduced products include ride control technology for a range of makes and models, including Ford, Peterbilt, Freightliner, and more
Farmington Hills, Mich. – Gabriel® (Ride Control, LLC), the inventor and industry leader in automotive ride control technology, announces that it has introduced new Fleetline® ride control products for a wide range of heavy-duty vehicle makes and models, including Ford, Peterbilt, Freightliner and more. In total, Gabriel is announcing sixteen New Product Introductions, including multiple that are first-to-market.
FleetLine shocks are designed as a direct replacement for commercial OE shocks, and are built to meet or exceed OE specifications and quality standards. They feature valving rates that compensate for initial truck suspension softening to deliver top performance, as well as a pre-loaded piston ring that compensates for wear.
The recently updated FleetLine product line will soon feature an improved anti-corrosion coating and a drastically improved misting reduction seal, thereby reducing maintenance downtime and extending service life. With Gabriel’s improved misting reduction seal technology, oil loss will be reduced by 70% over time, leading to improved performance as compared to competing technologies.
For more information about the newly released products, visit www.gabriel.com/answerman/new-coverage-bulletins/heavy-duty/
About Ride Control, LLC
Ride Control, LLC operates in both the aftermarket and original equipment manufacturer (commercial, industrial and recreational vehicle) segments under the brand names Gabriel® (U.S. and Canada) and GRC® (Mexico). The company offered the world’s first automotive shock absorber, “The Snubber,” in 1907, and continues to be a leader in the design, engineering, development and production of ride control technology in North America today.
Ride Control, LLC has approximately 1,500 employees in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. The company maintains engineering, design, manufacturing, warehouse, sales and management offices throughout North America including Farmington Hills, Michigan; Chickasha, Oklahoma; Brentwood, Tennessee; and Queretaro, Mexico. For additional information, please visit www.gabriel.com.