Dynotech Engineering Services has launched a Facebook page for customers and enthusiasts to share project vehicle ideas, ask questions and learn more about the driveshaft manufacturer.
“The value of social media and our Facebook page is undeniable, as it not only allows our team to communicate with current and potential customers, but it also gives end users a way to share photos of their exciting projects using our custom driveshafts,” said Steve Raymond, general manager, Dynotech Engineering Services.
Dynotech’s Facebook page currently features an overview on the company’s automated welding process as well as photos of customer projects from street rod and off-road vehicles to muscle cars, circle track and even off-shore boating. It is available to “Like” by visiting www.Facebook.com and searching “Dynotech Driveshafts.”
With more than 80 years of balancing experience, Dynotech has built custom steel, aluminum and carbon fiber driveshafts for OEM support and replacement, as well as for racing, muscle car, hot rod, four-wheel drive and specialty applications. All Dynotech driveshafts are hand assembled, computer welded and high-speed balanced to the highest standards in the industry.
In addition to Facebook, enthusiasts can check out videos at Dynotech’s YouTube channel www.youtube.com/DynotechSteve and visit the Dynotech website for an overview of the driveshaft options and materials available. The company provides answers to commonly asked technical questions and complete order forms with measuring instructions for customers.
Dynotech also outlines their shipping policy at the site, which includes free FedEx Ground shipping on all orders within the contiguous United States. Fans can even purchase Dynotech apparel. To learn more, visit www.dynotecheng.com.