First Brands Group has added 82 new part numbers to its Raybestos braking portfolio of friction, rotors and hydraulics that cover over 25 million vehicles in operation (VIO).
New brake pad coverage is now available for late-model domestic and foreign nameplate passenger and transport vehicles, including Ford Bronco, Escape, Maverick and Transit 150-350; Hyundai Palisade and Santa Fe; Kia Telluride; Lincoln Corsair; and Nissan Kicks and Versa.
“As we celebrate the 120th anniversary of Raybestos this year, we remain steadfast to our commitment to adding new coverage to our product lines to support our installer customers and help them grow their brake businesses,” said Lou Kafantaris, director of marketing, braking, First Brands Group. “Our Raybestos product engineering team works tirelessly to ensure that each product that they design matches OE form, fit and function. Products are extensively tested at our newly expanded R&D facility in McHenry, Illinois to ensure we continuously strive to provide the highest quality brake products in the industry.”
The complete family of Raybestos brake products include disc pads and shoes, drums and rotors, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, calipers, hoses and hardware. To learn more about new part numbers and their applications, customers should contact their First Brands Group representative.
About First Brands Group:
First Brands Group is a global automotive parts company that develops, markets, and sells premium products through a portfolio of market-leading brands including: Raybestos complete brake solutions, Centric Parts replacement brake components, FRAM filtration products, Luber-finer filtration products, TRICO wiper blades, ANCO wiper blades, Carter fuel and water pumps, Autolite spark plugs, StrongArm lift supports, and StopTech performance brakes. The First Brands Group portfolio of world-class brands offers best-in-class technology, industry-leading engineering capabilities and superior customer service.
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