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PRT Presenting Full Line Of Ride-Control Products At AAPEX


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Performance Ride Technology (PRT) will be exhibiting its full line of shocks, struts and complete strut assemblies at AAPEX 2022.

The display will include a new product line and various first-to-market applications, according to the company. Some of the product launches apply to brand-new vehicles such as the 2022 Honda CR-V and 2022 Jeep Cherokee.

The new product line, PRT air shocks, is an OEM-quality replacement for air-suspension systems, “providing the luxury and comfort of a smooth ride at an affordable price,” the company said. The PRT air shocks and packaging also will be featured in the AAPEX Showcase.

In addition, the company will be presenting an extensive portfolio of heavy-duty applications. The PRT heavy-duty program offers coverage of more than 4,600 OEM references with 100% gas-charged shocks for trucks, trailers, buses, commercial vehicles, cement mixers, motorhomes and more.

PRT will be exhibiting in Booth A2261 at AAPEX, which is scheduled for Nov. 1-3 in Las Vegas.

PRT is a brand of ADD USA group, one of the largest manufacturers of shocks, struts and complete strut assemblies in the world.

“We are very excited to present the PRT air shocks and all these new applications to our clients,” said Bruno Bello, director of global category and marketing at PRT. “As an OEM supplier, we are continually investing in research and development of new products and technology, which allows us to bring the latest innovations to our clients at AAPEX.”

As a global presence brand, PRT also will exhibiting at Automechanika Dubai 2022.

For more information, call 770-238-1611 or visit

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