FCS Introduces 62 New Part Numbers

FCS Introduces 62 New Part Numbers

All of the new units are in stock and ready to ship.

FCS Automotive announced the release of 62 new part numbers, including 21 complete strut assemblies and 41 bare shock and strut assemblies.

All of the new units are in stock and ready to ship.

“FCS remains committed to be first to market with new numbers, while providing the most comprehensive market coverage in North America – well beyond our nearest competitor,” the company said in a news release. “Many of these numbers are not available from the competition.”

The new numbers cover some of the most popular applications on the road today, including the Buick Envision, Cadillac CTS, Dodge Durango, Ford Mustang, Honda Ridgeline, Jeep Wrangler, Mazda CX-9, Mercedes Benz GLE Series, Nissan Titan Toyota 4Runner and more.

As a global supplier in more than 40 countries, FCS products are always produced to meet strict OE quality processes backed by extensive in-house testing and IATF16949 and ISO14001 certifications.

For more information about FCS products, call 866-708-4554 or visit the FCS website.

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