Built by Jeremy and LT in the Truck Tech shop, one lucky winner will receive a custom 1967 El Camino!
Entry level shocks or the originals from the factory will not last nearly as long as a high end, more expensive shock like Bilstein.
The company offered the worlds first automotive shock absorber, The Snubber, in 1907, and continues to be a leader in the design, engineering, development and production of ride control technology in North America today.
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About Ride Control, LLC, ride Control, LLC operates in both the aftermarket and original equipment manufacturer (commercial, industrial and recreational vehicle) segments under the brand names Gabriel (U.S.The El Camino project brings both aspects of the HiJackers 50-year history together in one vehicle.Ride Control, LLC has approximately 1,500 employees in the.S., Canada and Mexico.February 1, 2017, rTM, a Raycom Media Company and producers of the PowerNation automotive television program, announced its Gabriel HiJackers 50th Anniversary El Camino sweepstakes today.
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If you had to put a number on it, many professionals recommend changing out your factory shocks around 50,000 miles.
For more information visit m, post Categories, want to read more articles like this?This more than rewards login sweepstakes is an opportunity for Gabriel to partner with PowerNation and engage with their viewers.Viewers have until the end of August to enter the 2017 sweepstakes.There are many variables and there is no set number on how many miles you should get out of a shock absorber.The El Camino is a complete custom build and there wont be another one like it since it will come straight from the work done in the Truck Tech shop in to the hands of the winner.