MCHENRY, Ill. Affinia Global Brake and Chassis with its Raybestos brakes brand a member of the Affinia family of brands says it is hoping to make it easier for technicians to locate today’s most frequently used part numbers with the introduction of its new Quick Reference Guide. Affinia says the guide is a time-saving identification tool for technicians servicing 2000-2011 vehicles.
The Quick Reference Guide includes expanded foreign nameplate coverage and lists part numbers for Raybestos brand disc brake pads, brake shoes, disc brake rotors and brake drums. Described by Affinia as leading the way in first-to-market coverage, this guide includes:
1,453 brake pad listings for model year 2011
692 brake rotor listings for model year 2011
26 brake drum listings for model year 2011
83 brake shoe listings for model year 2011
Each new Raybestos Brakes Professional Grade replacement brake component is rigorously researched, extensively tested and fleet proven to match OE safety criteria, according to Affinia. The company says the Raybestos brand is the only aftermarket brand to provide “Safety First Engineering.” Import and domestic brake systems are constantly researched to ensure OE fit, form and function.
The company explains that all designs and materials are tested at the factory and then again on dynamometers at the R&D lab in Winchester, Ky. The parts are then put to the test in the real world on racetracks, police cruisers and vehicle fleets to guarantee premium performance and maximized safety.
To order a copy of the new Quick Reference Guide (catalog No. RQR-11), contact your local Raybestos brand sales representative.
For more information on Raybestos brake or chassis parts, visit www.raybestos.com.