Friday, October 23, 2009

Jeep Suspension Systems Tested In Tough Terrain

Trail Master's Jeep suspension systems are designed by enthusiasts...for enthusiasts. Each system is installed on one of Performance Automotive Group's project vehicles, and is tested on some of the toughest areas including the Rubicon Trail and Moab. Trail testing allows the Performance Automotive Group to find the vehicle's weak points and give our research and development department the information they need to find solutions that can improve the performance and reliability of these vehicles, through the use of better off-road components and accessories.

Being on the trail also allows members of the Performance Automotive Group, to talk to other Jeep owners, who give us feedback on what they'd like to see in high-quality and affordable Jeep products. It also allows consumers to get a first-hand look at what Trail Master and OR-Fab products can do in a real-world environment.  

Performance Automotive Group's project vehicles go through some difficult trails and they don't stay pristine for very long. But it's the only way to truly test Trail Master's suspension systems and OR-Fab Jeep products to ensure they provide the best performance and reliability that Jeep owners are looking for.
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Trail Master Jeep JK in Moab,
Utah testing the 5-inch
suspension lift kit.    

Chris Faustman of PAG's Research
And Development department 
uses his Jeep XJ to test the OR-Fab
Rock Slider rear bumper.                           

1 comment:

  1. There are two main categories for lifts that you can use on your truck or SUV. These are body lifts and Jeep Suspension lift Kits. The body lift is applied to the existing suspension of the vehicle and raises it but while doing so does not provide extra travel. Body lift gives the frame a certain lift at rest, but lower lift and clearance when the Jeep is travelling.