2010 FAG Hub and Wheel Bearing Catalog Now Available

2010 FAG Hub and Wheel Bearing Catalog Now Available

More than 90 new part numbers have been added to the premium-quality line that includes a full range of components from tapered bearings to fully-integrated hub units.

Schaeffler Group USA Inc. announces the release of its 2010 FAG Hub and Wheel Bearing Catalog. More than 90 new part numbers have been added to the premium-quality line that includes a full range of components from tapered bearings to fully-integrated hub units.

The FAG program now includes more than 700 SKUs covering 95% of the North American vehicle population. The catalog features a unique buyer’s guide section that consolidates product images and specifications for quick and accurate product identification.

Built to the same exacting standards as FAG original-equipment products, these premium-quality wheel end components deliver everything you’d expect from the industry leader:

• Premium-quality materials and manufacturing
• Original-equipment fit and performance
• Integrated sensors (where applicable)
• Fully-integrated rolling units

"We are pleased with the success the FAG program has realized in the North American aftermarket and our product team has done a great job of identifying new applications that will become popular in the years to come," said Bill Hanvey, Schaeffler Group Automotive Director of Business Development.  "As a leading OE supplier, FAG sets the standard for durability and performance and our aftermarket group has extended that expertise with our application coverage," Hanvey continued.  

Contact your distributor for a printed or CD version of the 2010 FAG Hub and Wheel Bearing Catalog or send a request to [email protected]. Complete application listings and detailed product specifications are available online at www.replaceyourbearings.com.

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