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Turn 14 Adds Spyder Auto Into Its Lineup

Move puts performance parts distributor in the aftermarket lighting biz.

Feb 24, 2016

Turn 14 Distribution boasts a very broad list of brands it carries and supplies to retailers and shops all over North America – if you didn’t know that, now you know. With its latest addition, it enters into the aftermarket lighting space; Spyder Auto and its range of automotive illumination products are just the latest to join the T14 lineup, accompanying the likes of KW, Sparco, Brian Crower, SPEC Clutch, and many other brands.

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Spyder’s product offerings cover many bases, including projector headlights, crystal headlights, taillights, and fog lights. The product line offers direct replacement installation for OE components, and many of the products make use of Philips Lumiled or Osram Sylvania LED products where applicable for improved appearance, longevity, and enhanced brightness over factory components. Spyder Auto manufactures its lighting products to meet or exceed OE quality and fitment and its manufacturing processes adhere to ISO-9001 and ISO-9002 standards; these specifications ensure quality from the beginning to the end of the manufacturing process.

If you are a shop or retailer and interested in Spyder Auto or any of the brands Turn 14 Distribution carries, head over to the T14 website at Turn14.com for more info.

Bob Hernandez
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