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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old Feb 18th, 13, 4:28 PM Thread Starter
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New Flaming River Products

We've expanded our operations and opened a powder coating facility at our headquarters in Berea, Ohio.

Powder coating services are available for customers looking to customize a Flaming River product they have purchased for their specific project or build. Popular products available for powder coating include steering columns, rack and pinions, steering boxes, and steering column accessories like mounts and wheel adapters.

We have a wide array of colors and shades to complement your vehicle's interior or exterior. Click the link below to learn more about the powder coating process and see what colors we have available.


We've expanded our line of Keyless Ignition Systems to include a new “Hands Free” programmable unit that uses RFID proximity technology to automatically authorize your vehicle to start.

The system can stand alone in any vehicle, or be integrated into any of our tilt columns in a paintable, black powder coat, or polished finish. This new system is fully programmable to allow you to use your keyless entry / trunk release system, door poppers, or other popular remotely controlled accessories. A single fob can even be programmed to operate multiple vehicles.


We're excited to announce a new addition to our steering column line. We've taken our popular Roadster stye steering columns and added the modern convenience of 5 position tilt.

With only 5-1/2" from the bottom of the dish to the top of the column's shroud, you get a compact space-saving column, with a nostalgic look and tilt functionality. This new roadster style tilt column will allow for an additional 2" of clearance in the driver's seat versus a standard tilt column.

This column will come with a 1-3/4" tube diameter and will be available in a variety of lengths and finishes including paintable mill, polished, and black or custom powder coat. Each column will come with a GM 4-1/4" wiring connector, turn signal arm, tilt lever, and hazard knob. All Flaming River steering columns are proudly Made in the USA.

We now offer a complete line of dual adjustable aluminum shocks, springs, and complete coil over systems.

Dual Adjustable Shocks:

Lightweight, aluminum twin-tube design with a sleek clear anodized finish.
19 positions of compression and 19 positions of rebound can be adjusted individually for 361 unique valving combinations.
Advanced three-step sealing process.
Variety of custom or stock mount styles available.
Each shock is factory Dyno tested and serialized.
Made in the USA.
Lightweight High Travel Springs:

Ultra-lightweight, high travel springs are engineered with an expanded body diameter for unsurpassed performance.
Up to 25% weight savings over similar springs on the market.
4" - 14" lengths available in a wide variety of spring rates.
Lifetime guaranteed to remain within 2" of original free height and rate.
Made in the USA.
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Re: New Flaming River Products

Heres a coil over photo.
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