2013 SACHS Shocks & Struts Catalog Offers Coverage For European And Asian Nameplates

2013 SACHS Shocks & Struts Catalog Offers Coverage For European And Asian Nameplates

New in 2013, SACHS is offering a fully assembled premium strut and spring Assembly program for the automotive aftermarket, covering more than 80 percent of the demand for fully assembled struts, said the company.

ZF Services LLC, the strategic aftermarket business unit of ZF Friedrichshafen AG, has announced the publication of its all-new 2013 SACHS Shocks and Struts catalog.

This year, SACHS has come to market with a fully updated catalog that has expanded domestic coverage for light trucks and late-model vehicles, the company says. SACHS continues to offer solid European coverage that has made SACHS the aftermarket’s first choice for European nameplates and also continues to grow the product line to offer even more coverage for the Asian import market. The new and improved 2013 SACHS Shocks and Struts catalog now includes 2,198 part numbers.

New in 2013, SACHS is offering a fully assembled premium strut and spring Assembly program for the automotive aftermarket, covering more than 80 percent of the demand for fully assembled struts. SACHS uses the same OE technology, quality and performance as in the company’s premium Super Touring line. The technician can be confident with the ease and safety of installation while offering the customer expert ride control solutions, the company says.

The all-new SACHS Value Line shocks are an economical choice to complement the SACHS premium offering, according to ZF. SACHS now has 60 part numbers covering many of the most popular ageing vehicles. The quality and performance of the SACHS Value Line is an easy solution for the budget conscience consumer, ZF says.

“The release of the 2013 SACHS Shocks and Struts catalog demonstrates the continual dedication of ZF Services toward creating a program further revolving around the SACHS OE experience in our product heritage and development, offering quality and performance to the aftermarket,” said Eric Banas, product marketing manager.

The new 2013 SACHS Shocks and Struts catalog is available in print and electronic formats through a SACHS authorized distributor or the customer service department.

For more information, visit www.zf.com.

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