Amanda Products Introduces Suspension Concept at SEMA 2015

LAS VEGAS, NV: Amanda Products’ unique suspension concept marks another innovative idea for the off-road space. Attendees can see a working demonstration of its 16″ of useable wheel travel; the suspension is designed to maintain OEM track width and vehicle ride height.
Similar to the benefits of the twin I-beam, this design offsets the front differential, allowing the engine to sit lower in the chassis and lowering the vehicle’s center of gravity. Unlike twin I-beam design, floating differential suspension (FDS) design does not produce undesirable positive camber throughout its range of motion.

While standard four length suspension and tire position increase roll probability, this concept’s custom A-arm suspension and tire position decrease roll probability. It’s adaptable to existing OEM chassis platforms, as well as aftermarket.

SEMA attendees can find the suspension display at Amanda Products Booth #37149; it’s in the Trucks, SUVs & Off-Road area of South Hall Upper. (Lower middle of this floor plan.)

The SEMA Show runs through Friday, November 6 at:

The Las Vegas Convention Center
3150 Paradise Road
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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SpeedHook™ and TrailHammer™ product lines are designed by Amanda Products and manufactured by Amanda Manufacturing in Logan, Ohio. Both companies are divisions of the Deshler Group. Based in the Detroit area, Deshler offers global solutions, from IT, supply chain management, manufacture and assembly to storage, packaging, distribution and transport.

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