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IDIDIT LLC Purchases Schroeder Steering

Schroeder Steering is a California-based manufacturer of quick release steering hubs and steering boxes. The acquisition included all inventory, machines, castings, molds, prints, specifications and original tooling owned by Schroeder – along with 75 years of manufacturing knowledge to be implemented at IDIDIT LLC’s Tecumseh, Michigan, facility.

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IDIDIT LLC, a manufacturer providing aftermarket steering solutions, has purchased Schroeder Steering as it positions itself for another record-breaking sales year in 2019.

IDIDIT has been in business for 30 years. Schroeder Steering is a California-based manufacturer of quick release steering hubs and steering boxes. The acquisition included all inventory, machines, castings, molds, prints, specifications and original tooling owned by Schroeder – along with 75 years of manufacturing knowledge to be implemented at IDIDIT LLC’s Tecumseh, Michigan, facility. IDIDIT was also given immediate full and exclusive authorization to continue the production of the quick release and steering box products by Gary Schroeder, founder of Schroeder Steering.

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New SFI-certified IDIDIT Performance Quick Release Steering Hubs are already in production and available through IDIDIT. The company is now beginning production of the new IDIDIT Performance Steering Box – based on the proven engineering of Schroeder’s original design. They are expected to be available for purchase in the second quarter of 2019.

Customers who have already purchased the Schroeder Steering box can contact IDIDIT for technical questions and assistance.

“Since we have the inventory and tooling in-house, we are able to tear down, inspect and repair any original Schroeder steering box,” said IDIDIT’s Trever Cornwell.

If a customer owns a Schroeder steering box that has been involved in a collision, or is suspected of having damage, they can send the steering box to IDIDIT for inspection. For an inspection fee of $100, the IDIDIT team will tear it down and check for damage. If a repair is needed an estimate will be provided. If the customer authorizes the repair, the inspection fee will be applied to those repair costs. If no repairs are necessary, the fee will cover costs of reassembly and shipping back to the customer.

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For more information, visit ididit.com.

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