Beck/Arnley’s new stabilizer links come with attaching hardware for easier installation. Elastic stop nuts are used for most applications, but if a standard castle nut is used, a new cotter pin is supplied. This is because old nuts are often rusted and threads strip during removal.
“At Beck/Arnley, we always have the technician in mind and work to constantly deliver products that go beyond form, fit and function,” said Tom Fritsche, director of product management.
Beck/Arnley is exclusively dedicated to supporting its distribution partners who service the foreign nameplate repair market. Founded in 1914, Beck/Arnley’s broad product offering is organized into six modules: Brake & Chassis, Electrical, Clutch & Driveline, Engine Management, Engine Parts & Filtration, and Cooling Systems.
For more information, visit www.beckarnley.com.