It’s showtime, baby! From Nov. 1-4, the 2022 SEMA Show was in full swing. Whether you walked the aisles of the Lower South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center or watched the show unfold from your computer screen, you know we came across a slew of souped-up vehicles–whether they’re low-riders or off-road rigs– that will make your jaw drop to the floor. Especially in the Global Tire Expo this year, manufacturers have also debuted a ton of new products or highlighted a few from their current product lines.
In addition to the custom rides, we were out and about attending Tire Industry Association, AAPEX and manufacturer events, where industry leaders were honored for their work and dedication to our beloved industry. You can find our coverage of all SEMA events here.
Take a look below at some of the sights and sounds we’ve seen as we’ve dove into this year’s Industry Eeek.
DMA recently introduced a new product line. The RideMaster control and suspension line encompasses a range of products, including air struts, springs and shocks, coil springs, control arms and small chassis components. DMA said its in-house engineers and product specialists work closely with its factory partners to ensure that every product meets or exceeds industry benchmarks. RideMaster products are manufactured in a tariff-free zone, allowing DMA to provide value without compromising quality, it said.