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Wagner Launches OEx Brake Pads For US Passenger Cars

This new line contains more than 100 SKUs and covers greater than 90% of passenger car vehicles 2005 and newer, or more than 150,000,000 domestic, European and Asian vehicles in operation in North America, according to the company.

Tennessee Auto Parts Warehouse Holding Absolute Auction on Nov. 29

The current ownership has decided to retire and sell more than $700,000 of parts inventory.

Free Weekend Getaway, Other Prizes Available Through Wagner Brake Things Worth Braking For Contest

In celebration of the special summertime moments, Federal-Mogul Motorparts’ Wagner Brake brand has announced the “Things Worth Braking For” contest.

Wagner’s Updated 2017 Catalog Features New Line Of Brake Pads, Rotors And More

Wagner recently launched its updated 2017 printed catalog (WC101), replacing the 2012 catalog and containing thousands of new parts and new lines.

Wagner Brake 2017 catalog
Wagner Brake Expands Brake, Rotor And Hydraulic Lines

Wagner Brake, a Federal-Mogul Motorparts brand, recently announced that it added 926 brake, rotor and hydraulic part numbers.

Wagner Brake Introduces Replacement Brake Pads For 2014 Acura RLX Sedan

New Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT front pads feature exclusive Wagner OE21 low-copper formulation.   SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Federal-Mogul’s Wagner Brake brand has introduced the aftermarket’s first replacement brake pads for the 2014 Acura RLX sedan. These Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT front disc brake pads (No. QC1697) feature one of the exclusive 2021-compliant Wagner OE21 low-copper friction formulations,

Wagner Brake Helps Consumers And Installers Recognize Certification Markings On Low-Copper Brake Pad Packaging

“LeafMark” symbol indicates compliance with impending low-copper requirement.   SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Federal-Mogul’s Wagner Brake brand is reaching out to automotive parts distributors and service providers to increase awareness of the new packaging “LeafMark” designation covering “low copper” compliant brake pads. Recent legislation in California and Washington has mandated the dramatic reduction of copper and other