Grote line surges
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Grote, already one of the most diverse suppliers serving the trucking industry, has added several new products to its already fully stocked shelves.
These include a number of mirrors and mirror assemblies and the company says it’s pleased to announce more exciting additions to its line of mirror products.
The latest of these new products are 16 new mirror head and bracket additions.
These products were necessary additions to the Grote mirror line to keep up with competitive offerings and consumer demand for mirror products, explains Jeff Leroux, national marketing coordinator, Grote Industries Canada.
An additional offering – a 7 x 16 inch, pyramid-style, back West Coast mirror – has been common in the heavy truck market for years. This has created a significant replacement business for this style of mirror.
“We expect these mirrors to be solid, instant sellers for any distributor or jobber that serves the heavy truck market,” says Leroux.
As well the company has rolled out new hood-mounted, convex mirror assemblies. A popular replacement and aftermarket add-on item, this product is essentially ‘universal’ in its application, he adds.
Recognizing the push to economize without sacrificing quality, Grote has also delivered the economy U.S. 60 Series stop/tail/turn lamp.
Featuring female pin termination, the 60 Series interchanges with competitive units, works with existing grommets and pigtails and is available in both red and amber.
As well, the 45 Series rectangular stop/tail/turn lamps have been unveiled for use on car haulers, van and custom truck bodies and other miscellaneous applications.
Several new LED lamp kits for the four-in., 10-diode design lamp, can be ordered using a single part number rather than buying several components individually.
The company’s newest LED product, the four-in., grommet-mounted rear-turn lamp, capitalizes on the advances in diode output resulting in a lower diode count.
Grote is also pleased to announce its new seven-in., LED stop/tail/turn lamp product line, which should be popular on school and transit buses, as well as many refuse applications.
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