Bendix Adds Value-Added Components To Brake Pad Box

Bendix Adds Value-Added Components To Brake Pad Box

The value-added enhancements that are featured in both the brand’s ceramic and semi-metallic brake pad lines include shims, hardware, wire wear sensors and product protection.

TROY, Mich. — To help get consumers in and out of the bays faster, the Bendix team is including all value-added components (where required or applicable) like hardware, sensors and clips right in the box.

This sweeping effort across all of the premium Bendix brake pad lines was carried out to help technicians get the job done right the first time, build consumer satisfaction and reduce comebacks.   

“Technicians can rest assured that when they use premium Bendix brake pads, they will be provided with everything they need in the box. No need to place any special orders,” said Jim Kelley, director of sales, Americas for Friction Materials LLC. “Over the last year, we’ve made extensive changes to our product line-up to make installation easier than ever. Our goal is to support the professional technician in any way we can.”

The value-added enhancements that are featured in both the brand’s ceramic and semi-metallic brake pad lines include shims, hardware, wire wear sensors and product protection.

Distributors interested in learning more about the enhanced Bendix product offering should contact their Friction Materials sales representative or email [email protected].

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