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DMA Announces New MasterSeries Brand


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This year, DMA is celebrating not only its anniversary but also a record sales year that has allowed the company to take its new OE MasterSeries line “to new heights of innovation.”

MasterSeries encompasses the new RideMaster line, featuring top-quality coil springs, air-suspension components, control arms and light chassis, as well as the new BrakeMaster line, which includes precision brake rotors and advanced brake-wear sensors.

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will showcase the additions to its product lineup at AAPEX 2023 in Las Vegas. The company’s 20-by-40-foot booth will highlight DMA’s:

  • Sensen shocks and struts 
  • Speedy Strut complete strut assemblies
  • RideMaster coil springs, air shocks, electronic suspension, control arms and small chassis
  • BrakeMaster brake rotors and brake-wear sensors 
  • Bulldog HD heavy-duty shocks, steering dampers and cab shocks

“We’re thrilled to connect with our loyal customers who’ve been an integral part of our journey and equally excited to forge new relationships within the industry while presenting our new MasterSeries line and product,” said John Treece, DMA president and CEO.

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