First Brands Group recently expanded its line of premium quality Raybestos brake components by adding new part numbers for late model passenger vehicles and last mile delivery (LMD) vehicles in categories such as brake pads, rotors, cables, master cylinders and wheel cylinders.
Over 100 new Raybestos part numbers are available for economy to luxury vehicle applications including Audi, BMW, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, GMC, Honda, Hyundai, Infiniti, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Subaru, Toyota and Volkswagen.
“The latest part number additions to the Raybestos line expands the coverage of popular late model vehicles, and new numbers for last mile delivery vehicles have also been added,” said Kristin Grons, senior marketing manager, First Brands Group. “Brake service has become more important for these essential, stop-and-go vehicles as consumers have come to rely on LMD carriers to deliver vital goods and services. We will continue to review and add coverage to ensure that we meet the needs of our customers.”
The complete family of Raybestos brake products include disc pads and shoes, drums and rotors, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, calipers, hubs, hoses and hardware. New part numbers and their applications can be downloaded in a PDF format by visiting the new and obsolete parts section of the Raybestos website at www.raybestos.com.
About First Brands Group:First Brands Group™ is a global automotive parts company that develops, markets and sells premium products through a portfolio of nine market-leading brands: Raybestos® complete brake solutions, Centric® Parts replacement brake components, FRAM® filtration products, LuberFiner® filtration products, TRICO® wiper blades, ANCO® wiper blades, Carter® fuel and water pumps, Autolite® spark plugs, and StrongArm® lift supports. 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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