Press Release

El Camino Truck Tech episodes now airing and celebratory sales underway

Farmington Hills, Mich. – Gabriel® (Ride Control, LLC), the inventor and industry leader in automotive ride control technology, announces the El Camino Truck Tech TV episodes for their HiJackers® 50th anniversary truck build on PowerNation TV, and the sweepstakes for the give-away of the HiJackers El Camino. The series will run throughout the summer and the sweepstakes will remain open until August 30th.

“We are pleased to see the amount of enthusiasm for HiJackers and the El Camino project,” says Jonathon Gore, Director of Marketing at Gabriel North America. “The sweepstakes is off to a great start and it is exciting to see the representation of the last 50 years come together as this custom truck is built piece by piece.”

The El Camino Truck Tech TV episodes are now fully scheduled and currently airing. To celebrate this phase of the sweepstakes, the HiJackers clock is now on sale at the Gabriel online store, the home for Gabriel merchandise and commemorative items.

Jeremy Bumpus and Lawrence “LT” Tolman, co-hosts of PowerNation TV’s Truck Tech show, are in the process of building the completely custom retro HiJackers El Camino. The truck features a 6-liter LS that rides on Gabriel’s HiJacker Shocks, and the one-of-a-kind vehicle build can be seen only on Truck Tech episodes. The sweepstakes to win this unique vehicle is currently open and all sweepstakes submissions must be received by August 30th.

To enter for a chance to win, see the official rules at
For information on Truck Tech air dates and times, visit
To visit the Gabriel online store, go to

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; and Queretaro, Mexico. For additional information, please visit

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