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Raybestos Brakes Adds More Than 500 New Part Numbers

Element3 with Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT) combines the best attributes of ceramic and semi-metallic all in one pad, according to the company.

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MCHENRY, Ill. — Raybestos recently added more than 500 new part numbers to its line of premium quality brake products. The new part numbers include:

  • Brake Pad Sets: 427
  • Pad Electronic Wear Sensor: 24
  • Brake Calipers: 22
  • Brake Cables: 22
  • Brake Hose: 11

“Because we are committed to helping our customers grow their brake business, we are continuously adding new part numbers to our line of premium quality brake products,” said Bruce Tartaglione, senior vice president of global sales and marketing of Brake Parts Inc. “In addition to premium quality Element3 brake pads, we have added a broad range of coverage for our new mid-grade friction line, Reliant. Together, Element3 and Reliant provide the best of both worlds from the best in brakes.”

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Element3 with Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT) combines the best attributes of ceramic and semi-metallic all in one pad, according to the company. This innovative engineering breakthrough ensures optimal performance, improves pad wear and durability, and delivers unsurpassed stopping power and vehicle control, even under the most aggressive braking conditions, the company says. Reliant brake pads feature ceramic or semi-metallic materials consistent with original equipment specifications, a premium noise damping layered shim, and are chamfered and slotted where OE. Hardware is included on both lines, making installation quicker and easier.

For more information on the complete family of Raybestos brake products, including disc pads and shoes, drums and rotors, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, calipers, hoses and hardware, visit www.RelyOnRaybestos.com.

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