You take great pride in your truck, and After Effect takes great pride in their work. After Effect may be a new name, but the company has been in the automotive and trucking industry for decades. The parent company of After Effect, Lincoln Industries, has over 60 years of metal finishing experience.
The quality process and production standards at After Effect are unique and unmatched, which is reflected through their customers: Harley-Davidson, Polaris, Peterbilt, and Kenworth, among other OEM providers. The After Effect business was inspired by the passion and experience of its owners in the class 8 semi-truck
industry with the brand Lincoln Chrome.
After Effect begins creation of your step bars with flawless materials that meet a standard twice that of ASTM specifications, and their expert, multi-step polishing process creates a smooth surface. From there, their products receive a multiple-pass cleaning treatment, three layers of nickel plating for improved adhesion and corrosion resistance, and finally, a layer of chrome. This process allows After Effect to stand behind their workmanship 100 percent. Vertical Integration – After Effect takes a start-to-finish approach to manufacturing tubular products and accessories, that begins with 20-foot lengths of tube. The bending, polishing, chrome plating and distribution are all handled under one roof to ensure the highest quality and consistency. Reliability – To be a successful supplier to the heavy-duty pick-up market, a manufacturer needs to consistently offer three things: quality products, excellent customer service, and on-time delivery. After Effect take great pride in providing their customers with all three. Step bars, also called nerf bars, can say a lot about you and your truck.
After Effect is ready to help you make the statement that you want to make. After Effect step bars are available in 5 inch, 6 inch, and 7 inch diameters and can be finished in chrome or black.All of these products are manufactured from start to finish in the After Effect facility located in Lincoln, Nebraska.