By Katie Carson
During the 2018 HRIA Education Days, 12 manufacturers in the hot-rod segment will give hour-long presentations on their product lines, and tips and tricks for your own projects and builds.
The 2018 Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Education Days will return to the National Street Rod Association (NSRA) Nationals, August 2–3, in Louisville, Kentucky. Twelve manufacturers in the hot-rod segment will give hour-long presentations on their product lines, and tips and tricks for attendees’ own projects and builds.
“These seminars are a great opportunity for Street Rod Nationals participants and spectators to learn product and installation techniques directly from the manufacturers,” said Rick Love of Vintage Air, who will present on the basics of air conditioning.
The sessions will take place Thursday–Friday, August 2–3, with sessions beginning at 9:15 a.m., and the last session concluding at 4:30 p.m. These valuable sessions are open to all attendees of the NSRA Nationals. This is a popular event and seats are limited.
Here is a sneak peek at the manufacturers and the discussion topics taking place at the 2018 event:
American Autowire – “Wiring Solutions”
Presenter: Scott Hughes
Borgeson – “Power Steering Conversions”
Presenter: Jeff Grantmeyer
Classic Instruments – “Instrumentation for Your Dash”
Presenter: John McLeod
Edelbrock – “Edelbrock Has Your Fuel System Solutions”
Presenter: Cary Redman
FAST EFI – “Understanding EFI”
Presenter: Matt Maxwell
FATMAN Fabrications – “Chassis Design”
Presenter: Brent VanDervort
Lokar – “Being Prepared for the NSRA Safety 23”
Presenters: Howard Cook and Jeff McClure
Painless Performance – “Dos and Don’ts of Wire Harness Installations”
Presenter: Dennis Overholser
Steele Rubber Products – “Pros Tips on Weather Strips”
Presenters: Danny Agosta and Matt Agosta
Total Cost Involved – “Basics of Modern Suspensions”
Presenter: Evan Dalley
Vintage Air – “Basics of Air Conditioning”
Presenter: Rick Love
Wilwood Disc Brakes – “Understanding Brake Systems”
Presenter: Bob Roese
For questions, contact Jim Skelly at 909-978-6690 or firstname.lastname@example.org.