Shocks and struts are subjected to dirt, extreme temperature shifts, moisture, salt and other chemicals, in addition to the wear and tear of bumps and potholes.
A weak spring can cause problems with the vehicle’s steering and handling, and the electronic stability control.
TecDoc serves as a unique reference guide for up-to-date and comprehensive repair.
The 108,000-square-foot facility boasts 20 docks and six-level shelves.
The portfolio additions in the North American market cover more than 50 million vehicles in operation.
PRT is a brand of the ADD USA group, one of the largest exporters of complete strut assemblies in the world.
PRT’s campaign aims to help distributors, shops and end users identify the PRT parts for the vehicles being repaired.
The new products represent more than 8 million vehicles in new coverage for North America.
The new products cover more than 6 million vehicles in operation.
The wear patterns on tires are visual representations of how the vehicle is performing and how owners are maintaining their vehicles.
PRT is a new name in ride-control products, but its parent company has been an OE manufacturer for 30 years.
Arnott’s new Volvo struts, AS-3343 and AS-3344, feature premium Eibach dampers tuned to provide an OE-like ride.