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KONI FSD Now Available for Ford E Series RV Chassis

NEW PRODUCT RELEASE:

KONI FSD Technology for Ford E350 and E450 RV/ Utility Chassis

Hebron, KY-- 1/10/14- KONI America introduces FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) shock absorbers for the 1992-2014 Ford E350 and E450 RV and Utility chassis. KONI FSD patented technology special valving system automatically adjusts to and filters out harsh road impacts to give a smooth ride over expansion joints and road imperfections, while controlling larger body motions like pitching and swaying for added safety and driving pleasure. FSD works great with an original equipment (OE) suspension or when matched with other performance upgrades in light trucks, SUVs, motorhomes, and service vehicles.

KONI FSD carries a lifetime warranty; as with most KONI products. For additional warranty information, please go to: http://www.koni-na.com/warranty.cfm.

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As a part of ITT Motion Technologies, KONI develops, manufactures and markets high performance shock absorbers for many types of private and commercial vehicles including street and racing cars, trucks, buses, RVs and military vehicles as well as railway rolling stock. ITT Motion Technologies is the world leader in the development and production of brake pads and friction materials for the transport and automobile industry. www.koni.com
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