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MilSpray Introduces Spot Shot for Vehicle Paint Damage

May 31, 2013
MilSpray has introduced its single component CARC Spot Shot spray bottle to touch up scratches and repair other minor paint damage on police vehicles, according to the company.

Kussmaul Introduces Battery Charger

October 19, 2012
The lightweight, low-profile charger arrives with a selector switch for two charging modes: float only or three-step charging. The clean output poses no interference with radios and other mobile devices, according to the company.

PureForge Introduces Ford CVPI Brake Rotor

October 5, 2012
The company also announced plans to introduce additional rotors for the new crop of patrol cars including the Dodge Charger, Ford Police Interceptor, Chevrolet Caprice, and Chevrolet Tahoe in early 2013.

PureForge To Introduce Ford Crown Vic Brake Rotors

June 11, 2012
PureForge plans to debut aftermarket brake rotors for the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor in late 2012.

Police-Specific Brake System

September 18, 2009
The new Raybestos police-specific brake system is a complete brake system designed specifically for law enforcement. With pursuit-proven pads, rotors, and calipers, this system is intended to lower overall cost per mile while maintaining peak performance levels at extreme temperatures.

Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generator

October 1, 2005
Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generators allow agencies to fill their vehicles’ tires with nitrogen gas instead of compressed air. This practice can help maintain proper inflation pressure and prevent one of the major causes of tire failures. Dry nitrogen gas provides more consistent tire pressure and reduces the need to check tire pressures.
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