Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) April 10, 2012
Leading auto parts company, AIM Industries recently released several additions to its industry leading line of customizable body parts, including vehicle lowering and leveling kits.
AIM Industries has debuted a new series of coils spring lowering kits for both cars and trucks, as well as expanded its widespread selection of leveling kit.
“AIM Industries is very excited about our recent additions,” said AIM Industries President, Joe Morrow. “AIM Industries conducted widespread market research and learned that vehicle lowering and leveling kits is what our customers wanted, so we took the knowledge to our factories and within little time we introduced these recent additions.”
AIM Industries’ coil spring lowering kits are specially designed to lower the stance of a car or track without negatively affecting its performance. The latest additions join an existing product line including lowering block kits, lowering hangers, lowering leaf springs, shock extenders and more. The products are customizable to Mazda, Dodge, Chevrolet, Toyota and Ford trucks, as well as cars manufactured by Subaru, Volkswagen, Ford, Hyundai, Chrysler, BMW, Mercury and numerous other vehicle makers.
“AIM designers, engineers and manufactures really worked hard on creating these new, superior kits,” Morrow said.
AIM Industries, originator of the AirBagIt and Chassis Tech brands, sits in Mesa, Arizona. The auto-parts company has been in existence for nearly 24 years.
“Constant reinvention and dedication to our customers needs– that’s how you stay on top,” Morrow said.
The latest lowering and leveling kits are just some of the newest innovations to be introduced by AIM Industries over the recent years.
For more information on AIM Industries call (800) 842-8789.
About AIM Industries
AIM industries, originator of the AirBagIt and Chassis Tech brands, sits in Mesa, Arizona. The company has been in existence for 24 years and offers a widespread product line of vehicle lowering and leveling kits. AIM Industries recently released numerous coil spring lowering kits for both trucks and cars. The company is focused on providing superior customer service to its customers, who mostly are do-it-yourself car enthusiasts and novice mechanics.