Gabriel Ride Control Introduces 125 New Products

Gabriel Ride Control Introduces 125 New Products

The company has added items to 11 different product lines for 62 different vehicle models.

FARMINGTON HILLS, Michigan –Ride Control, maker of Gabriel-brand products, announced the introduction of 125 new products.

The company has added items to 11 different product lines for 62 different vehicle models.

This year, Gabriel is adding new models to its ReadyMount fully loaded struts, Max Control shocks, ProGuard shocks, Load Carrier shocks and top mounts.

In addition, Gabriel is adding new models to four of its Ultra lines: Ultra struts, Ultra shocks, Ultra cartridges and Ultra spring seats. Following the recent 50th anniversary, the HiJackers shocks also are getting expanded coverage.

“We are always looking for ways to expand our line and coverage,” said Jon Gore, director of marketing at Gabriel North America. “We aim for as much availability as we can by adding new products and improving old ones. And of course, each new and old design is fit- and ride-tested to the highest standard.”

Gabriel has been inventing and manufacturing ride control products for more than 100 years, and currently cover more than 96 percent of North American vehicles. For more information, visit: http://gabriel.com/.

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