Taylor Made Products Introduces
Replacement Gas Shocks
Taylor Made Products has introduced replacement gas shocks for hatches,
doors and covers.
Similar to the expanding rods used in the automotive industry, these
replacement shocks have a gas cylinder and piston assembly that allows the
rod to expand as doors or hatches open, and collapse as they close. The gas
cylinders of shocks installed on new boats typically have a life of about
five years. After that, there is no more “spring” left in the rod and
boatowners are forced to manually lift and prop open covers. Taylor Made’s
new line of gas shocks are intended to replace the installed rods once the
viability of the gas cylinders on the original shocks have expired.
Taylor Made’s replacement shocks are available in standard black and
stainless steel. The standard black shocks incorporate a tough annealed
steel rod with a protective coating for added corrosion resistance. Ideal
for a high-salinity marine environment, the stainless steel shocks are
constructed from 316 stainless steel and have been specially treated to
protect against rust and corrosion.
Taylor Made Products is one of the largest and most innovative suppliers of
marine aftermarket products, including buoys, fenders, boat covers, bimini
tops, dock products, flags, pennants and hardware.
The Taylor Made Group, Inc. has nearly 100 years of experience as one of the
recreational marine industry’s largest, most diversified suppliers to
boatbuilders and the aftermarket. The Taylor Made Group includes Taylor Made
Products, Taylor Made Systems, Taylorbrite LLC and Trend Marine. The Group
operates 12 facilities in the United States, the Republic of Ireland,
England, Australia, New Zealand and Mexico. Employing more than 1,300
associates, its products are distributed through a worldwide distribution
Contact Taylor Made Products by phone, +1 518 773 9400, or by e-mail,
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