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February 2008 Off-Road Products - New Products

Piaa Shock Lamp
Jerrod Jones | Writer
Posted February 1, 2008

Your project is nearly complete but you are still wondering who to call to replace your tired and worn-out factory grille. LMC Truck has just released its new Special Edition Grille, which is a blend of OEM and custom design to achieve unique and timeless styling for the '73-'87 Chevy/GMC truck. The rugged, automotive-grade-thermoplastic, all-chrome grille is injection-molded so there are no longer worries associated with traditional aluminum billet grilles. No bent or warped bars, no dull finish, and no cumbersome brackets or mounting hardware. Go from stock to style in minutes with this unique, easy-to-install grille assembly. Bolts onto stock locations on most applications; comes with mounting instructions and new mounting hardware. Finish off the look with a polished billet bow-tie emblem. Chevrolet and GMC emblems are available, sold separately.

For more information, contact: LMC Truck, (800) 562-8782, www.lmctruck.com.

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Shocking product advances are rare in automotive lighting these days, but the new PIAA Shock Lamp - an ultradurable, integrated HID lamp for off-road and racing applications - surely qualifies as just such an advance. The PIAA RS800 HID Shock Lamp promises to change the way off-road racers think about HID lighting, as it offers advanced PIAA HID technology - proven at international motorsports events such as the Rolex Daytona 24-Hour Sports Car Race and the World Rally circuit - in a unique, virtually indestructible package. The new lamp features a housing made of a high-impact polyamide material, with additional glass-fiber reinforcement at the mounting base. The hard clearcoated lens is formed from unbreakable polycarbonate. Inside, the long-range HID firepower comes via a PIAA 12-volt D2S 35W HID bulb enhanced by a computer-designed, HID multisurface reflector.

For more information, contact: PIAA Corp., (503) 489-6666, www.piaa.com.

Hydraulic bumpstops have taken the off-road world by storm over the past few years. One of the companies at the forefront of this new technology is Light Racing. Light Racing's JounceShock is a patent-pending new form of bump shock that will maximize the capacity and performance of your suspension. This nitrogen-charged secondary shock adds unlimited compression damping and controlled rebound to your vehicle's suspension. The JounceShock is 6 inches long by 3-1/4 inches in diameter, which allows for installation in relatively tight spots, and it will work with both stock and lifted suspensions. The JounceShock is also available in custom applications and offers the same features such as being externally adjustable for compression and rebound, fully rebuildable, and nitrogen- and oil-fill adjustable, and it includes everything you need for installation.

For more information, contact: Light Racing, (209) 966-4172, www.lightracing.com.

A great deal of off-road enthusiasts use their off-road vehicle for hunting and trekking into the unknown. There are many times when you need a secure, lockable compartment to keep firearms and other personal belongings safe. The Security Box from Truckaccessoryguy.com is a great choice for carrying these items in your vehicle, RV, toy hauler, or any place you need to secure something worth keeping. Originally designed around concealed firearm carrying laws, this lockbox is one of the most secure methods of transportable storage available on the market. The main box is completely lockable and secured outside of the mounting sleeve. The mounting sleeve was designed to fit either under a seat or in the console of most trucks, cars, and SUVs. When out riding your ATV in the woods or in the desert, lock your wallet, jewelry, or anything you value in the box in your truck, toy hauler, or trailer's toolbox. The box is 10 inches long, 8-1/2 inches wide, and 3 inches tall.

For more information, contact:Truck Accessory Guy, (866) 798-8400, www.truckaccessoryguy.com.

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