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TMI Products Pro-Series Seats Giveaway

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TMI Products

2021-10-15

TMI Products Pro-Series Seats Giveaway

When building a custom vehicle, it is difficult to find a starting point. A great big list is usually drawn up with the various point of the build put into major categories. Once a roadmap, of sorts, is roughed out then the real work can begin, and depending on both time and budget a starting point is determined.

As anyone who has built a custom vehicle can attest to the starting point is the hardest thing to determine when trying to factor in the timeline. Should the paint and bodywork be started first? That way the project starts on a clean slate. But the time outlay for paint and body is unknown and can balloon well past budget. Do you start with the motor, transmission, and suspension? That way any cutting or welding can start to reposition motor mounts, maybe cut out a transmission tunnel, or do some frame notching if altitude adjustments are called for.

Either direction a vehicle is started, it is often a difficult dance to keep track of and keep on schedule. If one element takes too long, the other areas get pushed back and you risk annoying your engine builder or losing your spot at the body shop. One way to alleviate some of the headaches is to stockpile parts to have on hand so that when a certain point in the build comes up, you are not waiting for the delivery gods to keep their word about when your shocks are supposed to show up. Better yet, you can do some horsetrading for free parts to get that rear end that has been sitting unused in your neighbor's garage.

Even better than that is if someone is kind enough to give you some free parts. And that is where TMI Products comes in. Currently, we are running our Pro-Series Giveaway, which would award one lucky winner two brand new seats in either Highback, Lowback, or Pro-Classic in our Sport pattern. The Pro-Series Giveaway runs from 10/15/2021 to 10/24/2021 and TMI will announce the winner on 10/26/2021. Of course, there are going to be some rules so click on the link right HERE to read them all.

Best part is the TMI Products Pro-Series Seats Giveaway is it’s No Purchase Necessary so this would be a great way to get a jumpstart on that build that has stalled for whatever reason. Or add it to a preexisting build. Or build a frame for it and have the nicest set of garage chairs on the block!

The idea of free stuff is tantalizing to anyone, but when that stuff could actually benefit you greatly then it becomes way more valuable. A free burger coupon, or getting a free charger with a phone purchase is certainly nice, but the TMI Pro-Series Giveaway is so much more than that. Getting two free seats puts that money right back in your pocket, that much is for sure, but the real savings is time. Knowing that a box with two completed seats (well, it’s actually two boxes, one for each seat) is going to show up at your door also frees you up to plan for the next stage of your build. At whatever stage you plan for the interior, a huge chunk of it just got figured out.

The takeaway here is not only could you win a cool set of seats for your project, but you could plan for your custom build to get further completed now that a step has been taken out of the equation. We here at TMI definitely want you to finish that project and get it on the road.

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