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Bulldog products featured on Motorhead Garage

Bulldog products featured on Motorhead Garage
From left: John Gardner. Cequen Engineering Manager Jamie Dobrowolski, and Brian Lohns.

PLYMOUTH, Mich. — Bulldog today announced that it will be featured on an upcoming episode of Motorhead Garage.

The mechanic hosts of the well-known show — John Gardner, tech garage star, and Brian Lohns, the voice of the National Hot Rod Association – will replace an old hand-crank jack with a 4,000-pound powered A-frame jack on a Jayco Jay Flight travel trailer.

“Participating in this show is a great way for us to showcase the features and benefits of one of our popular, new products,” said Todd Walstrom, trailer division vice president and general manager.

The episode will air on Velocity Aug. 7  from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Eastern time. During the spot, Gardner and Lohns will explain the features of the jack and show the ease of installation.

This episode of Motorhead Garage, featuring the Bulldog A-Frame Jack, will also be shown Sept. 9 at 1:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on MAV-TV.

For more information about Bulldog products, visit www.bulldogproducts.net.

SOURCE: Cequent Performance Products press release

From left: John Gardner. Cequen Engineering Manager Jamie Dobrowolski, and Brian Lohns.

From left: John Gardner. Cequen Engineering Manager Jamie Dobrowolski, and Brian Lohns.

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