Raybestos Brand Adds 70 Part Numbers to ABS Control Module Coverage

Raybestos Brand Adds 70 Part Numbers to ABS Control Module Coverage

With the new Raybestos brand ABS control module part number announcement, technicians now have access to one of the most comprehensive offerings of these important vehicle parts. This recent addition is part of a larger plan for the Raybestos brand to expand its first-to-market action plan.

With the new Raybestos brand ABS control module part number announcement, technicians now have access to one of the most comprehensive offerings of these important vehicle parts. This recent addition is part of a larger plan for the Raybestos brand to expand its first-to-market action plan.

“This is a very important product category as we move forward” said Gary Barla, director of hydraulic product management for Affinia Under Vehicle Group. “As systems evolve in vehicle ABS in conjunction with stability control/traction control and vehicle dynamics, ABS becomes more critical. It’s important the Raybestos brand continues to be at the forefront of releasing products the customer needs, both now and in the future.”

A total of 270 new part numbers will be released, both in the hydraulic and computer control module lines. The total roll-out will occur by March of 2008. A full listing of these new part numbers can be found by calling on your local distributor or by using our electronic catalog system — eSelect.

Raybestos brand brakes are produced by the Affinia Under Vehicle Group, a leading manufacturer of braking systems and components for the automotive industry. The line includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes and hydraulic parts. Affinia Under Vehicle Group is at the forefront of research and development in brake technology and operates manufacturing and distribution facilities throughout North America.

Raybestos brand brakes are the official brakes of NASCAR, and the NASCAR relationship also includes the Raybestos Rookie of the Year Award, which is presented to the top rookie in each of the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup, Busch and Craftsman Truck racing series.

For more information about Raybestos brand brakes, visit www.raybestos.com.

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