Power Sports & Utility Vehicles

Crank your stereo and lights all night long

SUMNER, Wash., — Torklift International released a product allowing customers to have spare battery power whether they want to run their speakers all night or they need to run their lights for some after hours work.
The HiddenPower is a battery mount that attaches underneath the truck body in order to house a spare battery. The battery is tied into the vehicle’s charging system to ensure the driver has a fully charged spare battery at all times.
“Auxiliary batteries were a huge add-on in truck accessory shops in the 60s, 70s and 80s back when it was easy to place an extra battery under the hood of your truck,” said Torklift International VP of Operations Jack Kay. “But as technology expanded for vehicles, more factory-installed products were placed under the hood of the truck resulting in less and less space. Now, there is no space under the hood. The space for the extra battery went away, but the need for the extra battery didn’t go away.”

Torklift International releases Hero hitch

SUMNER Wash., — Torklift International now makes the strongest receiver hitch available for half-ton trucks.
The SuperHitch Hero is rated at 1,500 pounds tongue weight and 15,000 pounds pull when used with weight distribution.
“It’s a dual receiver system which means a couple things,” said Torklift International General Manager Jay Taylor. “It can be used with a dual extension and allows customers to haul in the top receiver and tow in the bottom receiver at the same time.”
Most applications do not require drilling because they attach to the truck frame using pre-drilled holes done at the factory. There are fits for Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge and Toyota.

Torklift International releases Hero hitch

SUMNER Wash., — Torklift International now makes the strongest receiver hitch available for half-ton trucks.
The SuperHitch Hero is rated at 1,500 pounds tongue weight and 15,000 pounds pull when used with weight distribution.
“It’s a dual receiver system which means a couple things,” said Torklift International General Manager Jay Taylor. “It can be used with a dual extension and allows customers to haul in the top receiver and tow in the bottom receiver at the same time.”
Most applications do not require drilling because they attach to the truck frame using pre-drilled holes done at the factory. There are fits for Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge and Toyota.

BEUMER to Preview Fully Automated Green Tire Handling System at SEMA

BEUMER’s Tire Tray System is designed to automate the gentle handling of tires using a minimum amount of contact points throughout every part of the production process

October 31, 2013 - Somerset, NJ (USA) (www.beumergroup.com)— BEUMER Corporation, a leading global supplier of automated material handling systems, will preview a new automated system, customized specifically for the tire production industry, at the SEMA show in booth #50109.

Zendex Tool Corporation, Manufacturer of GoJak®, Introduces New Products and Proven Ssolutions at SEMA

NEW GATOR™ POWER JAKS Lift Super Fast:
Gator flat-nosed, low-profile pneumatic jack is virtually maintenance-free and designed to last: its heavy-duty air spring can cycle thousands upon thousands of times to lift loads with just a touch of its advanced, feather valve. A mechanical gravity safety lock releases conveniently at the control valve. The main load wheels are solid machined steel with bronze, oil-impregnated bushings. Gator’s frame is made from heavy duty, all-welded steel plate. Super heavy-duty phenolic wheels, powder-coating, feather air control and certified over-pressure
valve provide long life and safe operation.

Gator is available in two models: Model 2117 starts in the lowered position from 2-3/4” to a raised height of 17” and lifts 2,100 lbs. Model 3621 starts from 3-3/4” to a raised height of 21” and lifts 3,600 lbs. Both units operate with pressure @ 110 psi.

NEW GOJAK® COMBINATION JACK/DOLLY MODELS with Greater Lifting Capacities:

Meet "The Count" Danny Koker at Cloud-Rider Designs Booth 37139 Thursday 2 to 4

Come by Booth #37139 Cloud-Rider Design on Thursday Nov 7th from 2 to 4 and meet Danny "The Count" Koker and his partner Kevin Mack. See all the great stuff Cloud-Rider Designs manufactures, the originator and patent holder of Stainless Steel Grill Inserts along with other great and new products.

Check us out at

www.cloud-rider.com

or see us on facebook at
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SEE MORE!!

Edelbrock LLC to Present Vic Edelbrock Sr. Scholarship Award to WyoTech Student on Thursday, Nov. 7 at 10:00am in Edelbrock booth #22643

Torrance, CA – Vic Edelbrock and Edelbrock LLC is proud to announce the presentation of the Vic Edelbrock Sr. Scholarship Award to Scott Brown, a WyoTech automotive student from the Blairsville, Pa campus.

“With a 4.0 GPA and a strong work ethic, Scott was our #1 choice for the $5,000 scholarship in honor of my Father,” said Vic Edelbrock, Chairman of Edelbrock LLC. “Scott’s integrity and passion for performance was evident throughout his interview. We’re also pleased to welcome he and his guest to the SEMA Show as first time attendees.”

After serving four years in the Army, Brown made the decision to attend WyoTech Blairsville in order to learn the skills he needed to achieve his goal of opening his own shop.

ChannelAdvisor to Exhibit in Booth 31229 at 2013 SEMA Auto Show, November 5-8

E-commerce software company announces partnership with OrderPigeon

Research Triangle Park, NC- October 30, 2013- ChannelAdvisor (NYSE:ECOM), a leading provider of cloud-based e-commerce solutions that enable retailers and manufacturers to increase global sales, today announced its participation at the 2013 SEMA Auto Show taking place on November 5- 8 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. ChannelAdvisor’s e-commerce experts will be available in booth 31229 to connect with automotive retailers on the benefits of an advanced e-commerce platform for online success. ChannelAdvisor will be available to discuss their recently formalized partnership with OrderPigeon®, which provides technology focused on the regulation of inventory, order and shipping data between retailers and wholesale distributors.

2013 SEMA DEBUT: LINE-X® PROTECTIVE COATINGS TO DEBUT ALL-NEW RETAIL EXPERIENCE AND CUSTOM TRUCK DIVISION WITH UPCOMING LIMITED EDITION VEHICLE

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., (Oct. 30, 2013) - LINE-X Protective Coatings, the nation’s leading developer and provider of high performance protective coatings now celebrating its 20th anniversary, will be making several company announcements during their attendance at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show (SEMA), Nov. 5-8, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nev. LINE-X will officially be announcing their all-new custom truck division as well as an enhanced consumer retail experience. To accompany the announcement of the all-new custom truck division, LINE-X has teamed with Willie Robertson, CEO of Duck Commander, to develop their latest project vehicle. LINE-X will be releasing the full details of the project vehicle and company announcements in the LINE-X booth Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013 at 1:30pm located in the South Hall, Upper Level, # 34123.

Magic Bullet Fuel Treatments - New product and first time attending SEMA

Everyone knows the world needs to change and with this in mind we at Global Lubricants NI have developed our range of ECO friendly products. Magic Bullet Fuel Treatment™ is 100% hydrocarbon based, non-hazardous, non-toxic, non-flammable and chemical free.
 
Powerful decoking agents remove carbon deposits which build up over time, ensuring injectors and fuel lines are cleaned to nearly showroom standard. It is this cleaning action that allows the engine to extract up to 15% more power from the fuel therefore making it more economical.
 
A cleaner engine will ensure optimisation of it’s performance, whilst reducing smoke and emissions making it better for the environment. With continuous use your emissions and therefore environmental impact are reduced by up to 25%. We are very proud of our ECO friendly products which help reduce greenhouse gases produced from driving by up to 25%.
 

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