Win a trip to NRL final
Autolign, the country’s largest steering and suspension parts specialist, is offering the chance to win one of five VIP trips to the NRL Grand Final in October.
Hosted by Autolign, this allinclusive prize includes flights, accommodation, hospitality functions and a premium gold class experience at one of Australasia’s greatest sporting events.
Every Monroe shock absorber purchased through an Autolign trade account from June 1 to August 31 is a ticket in the draw. There will also be a bonus winner drawn from every $100 of Nolathane bushes purchased. Simply contact your nearest branch to register.
Monroe is a global manufacturer of both original equipment and aftermarket ride control products, and is in fact the world’s largest. Its quality is recognised by having Block Exemption status under European Union regulations, which means its products are recognised as qualified replacement parts under vehicle manufacturer warranties.
Nolathane is arguably the most prominent name in the area of ride control solutions through its extensive range of replacement and enhanced urethane bushing products.
With unique advantages over original bonded rubber and steel components, Nolathane has over the years significantly improved its formulas, technology and design resulting in greater vehicle handling, performance, component longevity and customer satisfaction.
Autolign has been a supplier to the automotive aftermarket for more than 50 years and is well known as New Zealand’s largest importer and distributor of shock absorbers and other steering and suspension components.
The company’s range of products is extensive due to the sheer number of brands it sells – no fewer than seven different brands of shock absorber, six brands of steering parts, three brands of coils springs, not to mention both polyurethane and rubber bushes, sway bars, wheel alignment parts – virtually anything concerning ride control, handling and steering.
Sourcing from multiple suppliers all over the globe ensures the most comprehensive range in the market for NZ’s diverse vehicle fleet.
In addition to Autolign‘s 10 branches nationwide there is a performance division – Racelign, which specialises in custom-made urethane bushes, and reconditioning and manufacture of custom made shocks to suit a wide range of hard- to-find applications.
Stadium Australia in Sydney. Picture Pierre Roudier/Wikipedia.