The new part numbers cover a wide range of domestic and import passenger vehicles, trucks and SUVs up to 2021.
Recommending a complete aftermarket control-arm assembly can help your DIFM customer get the job done faster.
The kits offer convenience, streamlined ordering and savings on inventory and labor costs, according to the company.
The parts include automotive CV axles, ATV CV axles, driveshafts and CV intermediate shafts.
The limited-time offer runs now through Sept. 30.
A humming sound coming from one of the wheels is a telltale sign of a failing bearing.
The part introductions expand coverage of hub-bearing assemblies under the BXT and TITAN-XF brands and premium chassis brands Mevotech Supreme and TTX: Terrain Tough Xtreme.
Monroe now offers 10 additional Quick-Strut assemblies, one new OESpectrum shock absorber and a Monroe suspension conversion kit that together cover more than 370,000 registered passenger vehicles across the United States and Canada, according to the company.
For O’Reilly Automotive, the first three months are the most volatile time period of the year, and the first quarter of 2019 was no exception.
“When I hear people say that no one manufactures parts in the U.S. anymore, I can’t help but remind them that we continue to grow, decade after decade, with operations based right here in Elgin, Illinois,” said Elgin Industries President Bill Skok.
Independent rear suspensions have many advantages over solid (beam) axle designs, including ride quality, handling and adjustability of alignment angles.
The catalog’s new format gives the aftermarket customer easy access to information and images for Mevotech suspension and chassis parts, according to the company.