Gabriel adds to shock coverage for 2013

Gabriel adds to shock coverage for 2013

Gabriel said its truck, trailer and bus shocks product line now covers more than 3,000 OEM part numbers and more than 2,000 competitors' aftermarket part numbers - exceeding the nearest competitor's listed offerings by more than 50%.

The Gabriel (Ride Control LLC) truck, trailer and bus shocks product line now covers more than 3,000 OEM part numbers and more than 2,000 competitors’ aftermarket part numbers. According to the company, this exceeds the nearest competitor’s listed offerings by more than 50%. Gabriel heavy-duty shocks are available form the company and through aftermarket suppliers and distributors.

The Gabriel line includes Fleetline series 83000 for Class 3-6 trucks; Fleetline series 85000 for Class 6-8 trucks, trailers and buses; Fleetline Cab shocks; and GasSLX, an adjustable shock for Class 7-8 trucks and buses. The complete line is detailed in the company’s new 2013 HD catalog, and on its website, where customers can search for Gabriel commercial/HD aftermarket parts by make or OEM, Gabriel or competitor part number. The search also can be accessed from most smart phones, the company added.

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