DMA Launches New RideMaster Product Line 

DMA Launches New RideMaster Product Line 

The line encompasses air struts, springs and shocks, coil springs, control arms and small chassis components.

DMA Industries announced the introduction of its latest product line, RideMaster.

The RideMaster Control and Suspension line encompasses a range of products, including air struts, springs and shocks, coil springs, control arms, and small chassis components.

New Product Highlights, according to DMA, include:

Air Struts, Springs, and Shocks
·  Active and Passive Options
·  Match OE Part Dampening and Performance

Coil Springs
·  OE Grade Cold Rolled
·  Higher Tensile Strength

Control Arms
·  OE or Better Metallurgy
·  Anti-Corrosion Coating

Small Chassis
·  Surface Hardened Fonts and Pins
·  Top Grade Rubber Boots
·  High-Performance Grease

DMA said its in-house engineers and product specialists work closely with their factory partners to ensure that every product meets or exceeds industry benchmarks. “RideMaster products are proudly manufactured in a tariff-free zone, allowing DMA to provide exceptional value without compromising quality. This commitment to cost-effectiveness underscores DMA’s dedication to offering premium automotive solutions that exceed customer expectations,” the company added.

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