Where are Auto Metal Direct parts made?

Where are Auto Metal Direct parts made?

facility in Gainesville, GA to help us handle our additional growth plans.

Where are AMD bumpers made?

AMD Bumpers (front and rear) AMD products are known for imperfections and poor quality control (they’re made in China); however, it has been my experience that if you are ok with one to three returns, eventually you will get a quality product.

What are the different types of bumpers for cars?

5 Different Types of Bumpers to Consider

  • Standard Bumper. A standard bumper is a simple, below-the-grille bumper that stretches from the front left of a truck to the front right.
  • Cowboy/Deep Drop Bumper.
  • Tube Bumper.
  • Roll Pan Bumper.
  • Step Bumper.

Where is AMD metal located?

Sacramento, CA
Company Description: AMD Metal Works, Inc. is located in Sacramento, CA, United States and is part of the Building Finishing Contractors Industry.

Why are the bumpers fenders of cars not made of metal any more *?

The use of bumpers in car is to absorb the shock or impact at less velocity. Metals have the ability to transfer the applied load to the other end of the body whereas plastics has the ability to absorb the load. So bumbers are made of plastics.

How do impact absorbing bumpers work?

When a car hits something at a low speed, the bumper will press backward to use the crumple zone to soften the impact as the foam and fenders absorb the energy. The crumpling of the bumper, fender, and foam limits the amount of damage that can happen to the car and the people inside of it.

Are steel bumpers worth it?

They also provide secure mounting points for a winch, recovery points, and other accessories like LED lights and CB antennas. Most reputable brands include parking sensors and airbag compatibility. So in essence the answer is yes, steel off-road bumpers are well worth their weight in gold.

Are steel bumpers heavy?

Weight. Steel bumpers weigh more than aluminum and plastic bumpers and may change the handling of your truck. If you’re using your truck for off-roading, this can help you as it increases your truck’s center of gravity.

Why did they stop making chrome bumpers?

From the 1950s through the early 1970s, chrome bumpers went from mild to wild, then back to mild again before government regulations affected their function and form. The demise of chrome bumpers began in 1968 when that year’s Pontiac GTO featured a plastic nose cap doubling as an impact-absorbing bumper.