Comments ON 2012 December 6
How easy is to install a Mojave heater from Flex-a-lite®? You can do it on location at an off-roadding event! We met Phil Novold of Max-Bilt at the Moab Easter Jeep Safari, and he looked awfully cold in his '53 Dodge M-37. So we grabbed our video camera and caught on film how he added heat to his cool 4x4 in just a few hours. Continue reading
Comments ON 2012 March 15
Flex-a-lite® is hitting the road during the summer of 2012 to celebrate 50 years of makin' it in the USA! The Flex-a-lite 50th Anniversary Tour will span 50 days with stops at automotive enthusiast events and major product distributors throughout the Midwest.
The tour will be marked by a specially prepared motor home, trailer and 2010 Camaro. The Camaro will feature two of the latest Flex-a-lite products: the Flex-a-fit® direct-fit radiator and direct-fit transmission cooler. The rolling display will be a combination of historical milestones from the company's legacy and its newest products that demonstrate the commitment to performance cooling. Continue reading
Comments ON 2012 February 2
Flex-a-lite recently announced three installation kits for its popular Mojave heater as well as slim-profile plenum, and now all of these accessories are ready to ship! These new products make it even easier for customers to add a powerful heater in compact spaces.
The Mojave installation kits include "Y" tubing connections, a shut-off valve, hose, clamps and grommets. Flex-a-lite offers three variations of the installation kit that make it easier to install the Mojave in place of a failed factory heater core, in a new installation where there wasn't any heater previously installed and in UTVs that use smaller diameter connectors. Continue reading
2 Comments 2010 January 15
Flex-a-lite® may not jump into your mind when you think about heaters, but we produce one of the most compact and flexible heaters available for automotive applications. It's not just limited to use in cars and trucks, though. Our customers have used them in everything from home-built airplanes to UTVs like the Polaris Ranger. If you think it's cold in your street rod or older Jeep in January, think about the temperature at 150mph at 10,000 feet!
Our heater is called the Mojave, and it makes adding heat to your specialty vehicle easy for a more comfortable ride, no matter how close or far you are from the ground. Continue reading