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Ron Jenkins

Chief Executive Officer

Magnum Force Inc

HQ Phone:  (408) 559-6633

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Magnum Force Inc

1436 White Oaks Rd #7

Campbell, California,95008

United States

Company Description

Magnum Force Suspension, Brake kits, headers for Dodge Plymouth Mopars...more

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Mopar's Infamous Hemi - Hemi and Mopar News

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"We are anticipating that the MagChargR will create quite a buzz and are looking forward to getting the product out to consumers," said Ron Jenkins, CEO of Magnumforce.
"We will be selling and supporting the product, so consumers are encouraged to contact us with any questions they might have." About Magnumforce and Ron Jenkins. Magnumforce manufactures and markets a broad line of racing and high performance products for Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth vehicles through multiple points of distribution. Ron Jenkins has been featured on TLC's "Wrecks to Riches" three times, on the popular TV show "Monster Garage," as well as "American Hot Rod" and "Rides" on the Discovery Channel. He has been featured in many car enthusiast publications and is also a regular feature in Mopar(TM) Collector's Guide magazine. For more information on Ron Jenkins and Magnumforce visit their website (www.magnumforce.com). About Save The World Air, Inc.


STWA MagChargR(TM) Available for Purchase on Magnumforce.com

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"We are anticipating that the MagChargR will create quite a buzz and are looking forward to getting the product out to consumers," said Ron Jenkins, CEO of Magnumforce.
"We will be selling and supporting the product, so consumers are encouraged to contact us with any questions they might have." About Magnumforce and Ron Jenkins. Magnumforce manufactures and markets a broad line of racing and high performance products for Dodge, Chrysler and Plymouth vehicles through multiple points of distribution. Ron Jenkins has been featured on TLC's "Wrecks to Riches" three times, on the popular TV show "Monster Garage," as well as "American Hot Rod" and "Rides" on the Discovery Channel. He has been featured in many car enthusiast publications and is also a regular feature in Mopar(TM) Collector's Guide magazine. For more information on Ron Jenkins and Magnumforce visit their website ( www.magnumforce.com).


Richmond Gear Photo Contest

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I chose another Mopar gear head , named Ron Jenkins , owner of Magnumforce Racecar Fabrication as the chassis builder for the SV HEMI.I had always assumed that sooner or later I'd sell the old 440 and switch over to the HEMI after I got my NHRA license.Ironically enough , just the opposite has occurred.People find this a little hard to believe , but while HEMIs are always cool , it's actually a little boring to drive.Magnumforce did such a great job building a very straight chassis with a strut front end and 4-link , that the car just sits back and goes without much fanfare.The old 440 however , due to its weight ( 3500 lbs ) , higher center of gravity , much lower first gear , and lower rear gearing , lifts up the wheels , bounces a little at the shift and is just - how do I put it - a ball to drive.To stabilize Susanne's launches , Ron also suggested throwing out the leaf springs and going with a set of ladder bars , which of course he built , and a pair of dual adjustable coil over shocks from Aldan..And while it started to look like a real race car I always disliked the old Chrysler K-Member and torsion bar setup.Ron Jenkins showed me a new chromoly , bolt in , K-Member replacement that used rack and pinion steering that he was about to bring to the market.This piece matched up well with his tubular upper and lower control arms.My old K-Member was toast from years of being beat on to get pan clearance and I know how hard it is to find good Mopar K-Members these days , so the new K-Member/Control Arm/Coil-Over front end seemed like a message from Heaven.You wouldn't believe the weight and space that combo saves.Along with discarding the heavy steel K-Member goes the torsion bars , steering box , ties rods and everything related.And there's a secondary benefit - the rack and pinion steering mounts up front so there's no more hole through the oil pan for the steering tie rod.Now I can get the pan off the motor while it's in the car without having to dismember the beast.My guess is , I tossed between 100 and 200 pounds in the trash.


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