Hurst Driveline Conversions (HDC) is starting off the new year with a fully redesigned website, offering a greatly improved customer experience for the automotive enthusiast. Expanded content is laid out in easy to maneuver tech, product and media sections to make choosing a transmission upgrade simple and stress-free.
“The Hurst Driveline team is excited about the launch of our new website (www.hurst-drivelines.com),” says HDC Sales Manager, Scott Lindquist. “Visitors to the website will enjoy new and improved navigational features plus pages featuring our custom kits for the Magnum T-56 transmissions along with our exclusive Hurst Sidewinder II shifters for Corvette and Mopar applications.”
Hurst Driveline Conversions specializes in Tremec 5-speed and 6-speed transmission conversion kits for classic GM, Mopar and Ford cars and late model Ford Mustang Tremec transmission upgrades. HDC designed the website to make choosing and purchasing a TKO or T56 Transmission conversion kit and related transmission installation parts straightforward for shops and consumers.
The new HDC website features tech articles, photo galleries, install videos, quick quote options and links to authorized install centers. The site is organized to provide quick and direct access to all of these resources, and a site-wide search engine can bring make and model specific articles, videos and products up on one easily accessed page.
Other new features include useful reference tools such as RPM calculators and driveshaft measurement templates, image galleries of customer cars and model specific technical trouble shooting advice. The site redesign aims to make choosing and installing an HDC Tremec transmission kit in a classic or modern car as easy and pleasant as shifting it will be afterwards.
The new site comes as part of a reintroduction of all the B&M Automotive Group brands for 2012. HDC joins B&M Shifters, Hurst and Flowmaster in introducing new products for classic and modern muscle and racecars along with improved customer services online.