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1/18/2018 12:00:00 AM

Diversified Machine Inc. Sweeps The 32nd Annual Chili Bowl Nationals

Mandee Pauch Relations – January 18, 2018 - Coming off of a career season where Christopher Bell began his year with his first Chili Bowl win and ended it with the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series championship, Bell turned heads once again by opening 2018 in similar fashion at the most prestigious dirt midget race in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Equipped with a Baby Bulldog rear, the Oklahoma native bested 344 other drivers over a long and ultimately fruitful week that had the best of the best competing to make the top 24 spots. Bell’s victory gave car owner, Keith Kunz, his seventh Chili Bowl Nationals win as a car owner and fourth consecutive since 2015. “Keith makes sure to have our stuff in all of his cars,” said DMI’s sales manager, Dave Ely. “We’re very fortunate that the best teams seek out the best components.” Not only did DMI and Bulldog collect one of the most prestigious victories known to dirt midget racing but also swept the entire week; visiting victory lane Tuesday through Saturday. “The Baby Bulldog was born in the middle of the Swindell Chili Bowl dominance,” added Ely. “They immediately switched and I think since that time we’ve only lost maybe two or three prelim night features they’ve had at the Expo Center and we’ve won every Saturday night finale.” The prelim features went to Bulldog drivers Kyle Larson, Rico Abreu, Christopher Bell and Justin Grant. “We’re very thankful for the success we’ve experienced in all types of racing,” Ely said. “We’re really grateful for the way the midget racer’s embraced the Baby Bulldog. Last weeks results show how dominant we are not just on their biggest stage but year round, race after race, the top racers win with Baby Bulldogs. We’ll keep doing what we do to ensure that doesn’t change.” Saturday night’s main event saw eight out of the top ten cars with Baby Bulldog rears. “My goal is still to have 100% of the Saturday night A-Main,” he said. “We’ve been really close and one of these years it’s going to happen!” For more information, visit DMI at Follow DMI on twitter at, and like them on Facebook at

11/27/2017 12:00:00 AM

This Blog was made for Walking: A Guide to the 2017 PRI Trade Show

The PRI Trade Show is just around the corner. In fact, it’s almost time to start packing. We want you to have the best time possible, so we’ve made a list of things to do before you jump onto a plane to Indiana. Follow these guidelines to get your trip started on the right foot. Or left. It doesn’t matter, because you’re going to be using both of your feet quite a bit while you’re there. First things first: Download the app. We’re not sure how we ever navigated PRI without the app. There’s a map, a list of exhibitors and a schedule of seminars. You can even create your ‘must see’ list of exhibitors. Know how to go. There are a ton of transportation options to get to the show. It’s not too hard to figure out which is the best from wherever you’re staying, so make a plan before you walk out of your door. Leave the steel toes at home. You’re going to walk. And walk. And walk. Wear shoes that make it feel like you’re walking on clouds instead of like you’ve strapped cast iron skillets to your feet. Trust us on this one. Bring your business cards. Seriously. Don’t forget them. Review the floorplan. You probably couldn’t visit every vendor at PRI if you tried. And why would you? You need to hit the booths that are relevant to you and your needs. So take a look at the map and familiarize yourself with the locations of the vendors you need to see. (And for easy, back-pocket access, make sure you snag a printed map in addition to downloading the app.) Create an agenda. Maybe you’re a planner and you would have done this without needing a suggestion. For everyone else, trust us - make some kind of plan. If you just show up, you could easily become overwhelmed and wind up missing something that could benefit you. If nothing else, make a list of the top booths you want to visit and the top seminars you want to attend. Find more tips and tricks. This list is a good start, but head on over to the PRI site for even more helpful directions ( Stop by and say hello. We’re in Booth 3431. We look forward to seeing you there!

9/25/2017 12:00:00 AM

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9/13/2017 12:00:00 AM

Ultimate SmartTube Hub

DMI’s SmartTube style large bearing 5 on 5 hub and tube offers the ultimate in weight savings, strength, function and performance. SmartTube style tubes save 5lbs. over conventional 2.5” GN. The billet steel hub features an inverted drive flange resulting in the use of 2” shorter axles and further reducing weight. Easy start studs make installing lug nuts a snap. THE ULTIMATE HUB FOR YOUR MODIFIED.

7/5/2017 12:00:00 AM

DMI Aquires New Machine for Better Production

Diversified Machine Inc. is excited to announce a new machine they recently acquired in an effort to better help their productivity. The new DMG Mori NLX 2000 is the fifth live tool lathe to be placed on the shop floor in Lancaster, P.A. It’s the company’s 15th CNC machine. DMI currently houses seven CNC lathes, seven CNC mills and one wire EDM Machine. The new lathe offers full turning and milling capabilities. When the DMI product line was released in July of 2001, the company had three CNC mills and only two CNC lathes. DMI’s Sales Manager, Dave Ely, stated, “We’re always trying to better serve our customers,” Ely said. “We have been so busy the past few years that keeping up with product demand has been an issue. We put another mill on the floor in March and added the new live tool lathe a few weeks ago. Hopefully the addition of two machines will help us keep up with demand a little better.” As always, DMI invites anyone to stop by their facility for a tour. They love showcasing the attention to detail and precision machining they incorporate in all their American Made Racing Components. For more information, visit DMI at Follow DMI on twitter at, and like them on Facebook at