Built by Americans, for Americans
If you spend enough time at a SEMA show you start wondering about where all these aftermarket parts come from, who builds them, where the profit goes, and so on. Over the last couple of years I think "Made In The USA" has become more important, not only in the automotive aftermarket, but in every aspect of our lives. We all know someone (or lots of people) who lost a job to a struggling economy in a country littered with products shipped in from other places. So I got to talking with a couple of industry friends last night over dinner about who actually builds their 4x4 parts in the USA. Today, at the 2013 SEMA show I paid special attention to that, and I even compiled a small gallery of a few companies proudly rocking the "Made In USA" logo. What other companies offer products made in the USA?