NAPA CHASSIS Now Offers Hard-to-Find O.E. Replacement Cam Guide Pins

NAPA CHASSIS Now Offers Hard-to-Find O.E. Replacement Cam Guide Pins

NAPA CHASSIS has announced it is first-to-market with OE replacement cam guide pins that meet a variety of vehicle applications. Proper alignment is critical for any vehicle and, in some cases, can hinge on the performance and durability of a very small piece of equipment. For instance, a vehicle's cam guide pins.

NAPA CHASSIS has announced it is first-to-market with OE replacement cam guide pins that meet a variety of vehicle applications.

Proper alignment is critical for any vehicle and, in some cases, can hinge on the performance and durability of a very small piece of equipment. For instance, a vehicle’s cam guide pins.

Cam guide pins allow for the adjustment of camber and caster alignment. These alignment pins ride on pins that are pressed into the frame of the vehicle.

When a factory cam guide pin breaks, the factory cam guide has nothing to ride on, leaving the vehicle without an alignment adjustment for camber or caster and robbing your vehicle of proper alignment.

Until now, an OE replacement was not available in the event of breakage or wear. NAPA CHASSIS is the exclusive supplier of these OE replacement cam guide pins to the industry.

NAPA CHASSIS cam guide pins fit a variety of vehicles and applications, including: Escalade/Escalade EXT/Escalade ESV (2002-05); CHEVROLET TRUCK – Avalanche 1500 & 2500 (2002-05), Express Van 1/2 & 3/4 ton (2003-05), Silverado 1/2 ton w/ forged arm 2WD & 4WD (1999-2005), Silverado 1/2 ton w/ welded arm 2WD & 4WD (1999-2005), Silverado 3/4 ton 2WD & 4WD (1999-2005), Silverado 1 ton 2WD & 4WD (2001-05); Suburban 1500 & Tahoe (2000-05); GMC TRUCK – Savanna Van 1/2 & 3/4 ton (2003-05), Sierra 1/2 ton w/ forged arm 2WD & 4WD (1999-2004), Sierra 1/2 ton w/ welded arm 2WD & 4WD (1999-2005), Sierra 3/4 ton 2WD & 4WD (1999-2005), Sierra 1 ton 2WD & 4WD (2001-05); Yukon/Yukon Denali/Yukon XL (2000-05); HUMMER – H2 (2003-05).

“We’re extremely proud to once again beat the competition and be first-to-market with our cam guide pins,” said Jesus Rico, NAPA CHASSIS marketing manager. “This serves as yet another example of NAPA CHASSIS solving problems — no matter how big or small — for our customers.”

Replacement cam guide pins from NAPA CHASSIS install quickly and easily. When a cam guide pin is broken or needs to be replaced, it can be removed with a small hammer and punch. Installation does not require special tools, and is typically done using a Vice-Grip and small socket wrench.

For a complete listing of all first-to-market products, contact your NAPA AUTO PARTS Store or NAPA sales representative.

NAPA CHASSIS is a leading supplier of chassis system components supplying the automotive Aftermarket. The brand is available at the more than 6,000 NAPA AUTO PARTS Stores nationwide.

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