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King Engine Bearings Relocates to SEMA Show in 2016

King Engine Bearings moves from AAPEX to the SEMA in Las Vegas, November 1-4. King’s new bearing designs and materials will be positioned front and center in its booth at SEMA. Additionally, King will display bearings featuring new coating technology that provides more than just surface protection.

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King Engine Bearings moves from AAPEX to the SEMA in Las Vegas, November 14. King’s new bearing designs and materials will be positioned front and center in its booth at SEMA. Additionally, King will display bearings featuring new coating technology that provides more than just surface protection. This industry changing polymer coating plays an important role in preventing seizure and reducing wear of highly loaded bearings.

“Our growth in the performance and racing markets has been so rapid that we felt the SEMA Show was the perfect venue to help us keep that momentum going,” said Limor Neeman Karpatkin, VP of Sales & Marketing, King Engine Bearings. “The SEMA Show is also the ideal place to showcase our new coating technology that allows for a more uniform and effective distribution of performance additives within the polymer coating matrix.”

King’s SEMA booth will feature a scratch-off game and raffle with prizes for all visitors, including a grand prize for two to the Exotic Driving Experience at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.

King Engine Bearings has a long history of developing industry leading engine bearings for the replacement and racing markets. You can visit King Engine Bearings at the 2016 SEMA Show, performance pavilion, booth #50227.

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For more information: www.kingbearings.com and www.kingracebearings.com.

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