NOW AVAILABLE: The third release of the collectable series is available when you buy two Fireflex truck shock absorbers.
NOW AVAILABLE: The third release of the collectable series is available when you buy two Fireflex truck shock absorbers.

Third series Fireflex trucks out

FOR all the Fireflex truck collectors out there, the third in the series is now available.

Following the success of the first two Fireflex model truck giveaways with record sales in Fireflex truck shock absorbers, the third release of the collectable series is now available, simply by purchasing two Fireflex truck shocks.

This again is to commemorate the Fireflex truck shock absorber that has been pounding Australian roads for the past five years.

This new Fireflex truck and trailer is modelled on the Mercedes Actros truck, with a single drive axle, pulling a tautliner trailer.

This new model in the series comes with chrome detailed wheels, a blue diecast cab and front grille detail pulling a Fireflex tautliner trailer.

Want to know more about Fireflex shocks?

The Fireflex shock absorber range is designed and developed in Australia at a facility in Wacol, Brisbane. The research and development facility has the latest equipment in shock absorber dyno testing and leaf spring-load rating equipment.

The department works closely with Fireflex customers and major fleet operators, enabling it to refine and improve its truck shock range, offering a high-quality shock absorber, backed by a 12 month, 250,000km warranty.

So, if you are in the market for a new truck or trailer shock, give a Fireflex distributor a call on 1300 660 601.

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