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COVERCRAFT® INDUSTRIES SUPPORTS BREAST CANCER RESEARCH, TREATMENT AND PREVENTION WITH THE COVERS FOR CAUSES PROJECT
Pauls Valley, Okla. – October 2, 2014 – With October comes national Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Covercraft renews support for its Covers for Causes project. Launched in 2012, the company has created a special line of products to help raise awareness and vital funding for breast cancer research, education, treatment and prevention.
Each pink, custom fit Covers for Causes car cover has been manufactured in the U.S.A. using Kimberly-Clark’s unique NOAH® fabric. This revolutionary fabric weighs only 4.75 ounces per square yard, yet it creates a breathable barrier that resists water while allowing condensation beneath the cover to evaporate. Each cover is silkscreened with the unique Covers for Causes logo that includes the universal pink ribbon to encourage breast cancer awareness. And, each cover carries an amazing four-year warranty. To create a stylish and functional set, Covercraft also offers the custom, pink, UVS100® Sunscreens with the Covers for Causes logo.
Kalamazoo, MI – October 24th, 2014
Borroughs Corporation, a leader in the steel storage & shelving industry, will be featuring their line of modular drawer cabinets at the 2014 SEMA Show – booth 10245. Modular drawer cabinets are a perfect fit for this manufacturer, known for their quality steel storage products throughout several industries including: automotive, material handling, and various industrial applications.
“Our modular drawers are a great solution for businesses who need to store small to medium parts or products in an efficient and organized way,” commented Dale Voelz, Director of Engineering at Borroughs Corporation.
Modular drawers are predominantly used where space is at a premium or businesses need to improve security or parts retrieval times. With the ability to reduce your storage footprint by up to 60%, and the flexibility to attach these cabinets side to side, back-to-back or even stacked on top of each other, they truly are a sound investment.
Lakeville, MN [October 23, 2014] - QA1 is excited to add a bolt-in rear coil-over conversion kit for 1978-1988 GM G-Body vehicles to its line of Pro Coil Systems.
The Rear Pro Coil Systems for GM G-bodies include specially designed mounting brackets, single or double adjustable aluminum shocks, springs and all necessary hardware. The single adjustable shocks provide 18 positions of simultaneous rebound and compression adjustment while QA1’s double adjustable shocks provide 18 positions of compression adjustment and 18 positions of rebound adjustment, for a total of 324 possible valving combinations. These shocks also have a threaded body allowing for ride height adjustability from stock to -1.5 inches. Multiple spring rate options are also available to choose from for casual street driving to hard core race applications.
Lakeville, MN [October 23, 2014] – QA1 has teamed with the legendary Troy Ladd of Hollywood Hot Rods® to release traditional-looking, adjustable shocks for street rods.
QA1 President, Melissa Scoles is excited about the team-up, “Troy has been great to work with. His expertise as an award-winning street rod builder has been invaluable as we worked together to design this new series of shocks.”
Lakeville, MN [July 29, 2014] – QA1 Precision Products, Inc., a leader in performance shocks, suspension components and rod ends, is excited to release the Quad Adjust Shock, a 4-way adjustable shock for the street performance and racing market.
This 4-way adjustable shock features independent rebound and compression adjustments at both low and high shock speeds. These adjustments allow you to fine tune your suspension for low shock speed situations, such as corner entry and exit, and high shock speed situations, such as hitting bumps or curbs. These adjustments give you maximum tunability, keep the tires on the ground and improve control.
Lakeville, MN [October 28, 2014] – QA1 is proud to introduce the new Mopar Rear Suspension Conversion System, a bolt-in conversion from leaf springs to coil-overs.
Available for 1967-1979 Mopar A-body vehicles with an 8 3/4” rear axle assembly, this revolutionary system replaces leaf springs with a 6 link suspension. The 6 links replicate the geometry of the tried and true 4 link, while still mounting to the existing locations on the chassis.
“This system provides an easy, bolt-in option to replace your leaf springs without having to do any cutting, welding or fabricating,” said Karl Hacken, QA1’s VP of Engineering. “Now you can get the performance that comes with coil-over shocks without taking a torch to your Mopar.”
Lakeville, MN [October 23, 2014] – QA1 is proud to introduce its line of carbon fiber driveshafts for street performance vehicles. Available for GM and Ford applications, these driveshafts are lighter, stiffer, stronger and safer than aluminum and steel driveshafts.
Currently, QA1’s street performance driveshafts are designed for street use only and are offered in a 3.2” diameter with a variety of lengths and slip yoke options to fit the most popular Ford and GM applications. Driveshafts for drag racing and higher horse powered vehicles are also in development. Because every vehicle is different based on driveline, engine and other upgrades, QA1 is also able to design application-specific driveshafts in their Lakeville, Minnesota facility.
Lakeville, MN [October 23, 2014] – QA1 is proud to introduce its line of carbon fiber driveshafts for dirt late models. Available in all popular lengths with U-joints and an optional slip yoke, these driveshafts are lighter, stiffer, stronger and safer than aluminum and steel driveshafts.
QA1 is redefining industry standards by performing the filament winding in-house, in Lakeville, Minnesota facility. “Being able to control how the carbon fiber is made is critical,” said Travis Gorsuch, QA1’s Director of Advanced Materials. “We are able to make our products specifically for each application. Instead of just cutting a premade tube to length, we are able to customize the length, wall thickness and weave pattern of our driveshafts to meet each application’s specific needs.”
Lakeville, MN [October 23, 2014] – QA1 is expanding its line of Stocker Star shocks to include options for several GM, Ford and Mopar light trucks.
“The light truck performance market is huge and still growing,” said Dave Kass, QA1’s Customer Service Manager. “These shocks are perfect for the guy who wants a simple way to improve his truck’s performance.”
The new and updated shocks are made for the following 2 wheel drive applications: 1967-1987 Chevy C-10, 1988-2000 Chevy C-1500, 1982-2003 Chevy S-10, 1999-2007 Chevy Silverado 1500, 1980-2004 Ford F-150, 1987-2004 Dodge Dakota and 1994-2008 Dodge Ram 1500.
QA1’s Stocker Star shocks are bolt-in stock replacements that offer increased performance. With the ability to choose between double, single, Drag “R” Series, or non-adjustable options, these shocks allow you to get the performance you need for any driving style.
Aviation inspired storage trunks and drawers for trucks, SUV's and Jeeps. Diabolical gear is manufactured to high standards, similar to the aviation industry. The owner, Alan Huggett, was inspired to build a product that would hold up to tough military specs as well as aviation dimensional and integrity standards. Alan has experience in both--he spent several years in the Air Force and then transitioned his skills to the aviation market, working for a leader in that market.