Affinia Under Vehicle Group Introduces the Raybestos Brand Brakes 2007 Medium Duty Catalog

Affinia Under Vehicle Group Introduces the Raybestos Brand Brakes 2007 Medium Duty Catalog

Affinia Under Vehicle Group recently announced the distribution and general availability of the first edition 2007 Raybestos brand brakes Medium Duty Catalog. The catalog indexes every medium duty Raybestos brand brake product from 1980 through 2006.

Affinia Under Vehicle Group recently announced the distribution and general availability of the first edition 2007 Raybestos brand brakes Medium Duty Catalog. The catalog indexes every medium duty Raybestos brand brake product from 1980 through 2006.

“The new catalog supports Raybestos’ commitment to the highest level of customer support,” said Ken Myers, marketing manager of branded products. “The new Raybestos brand brakes Medium Duty Catalog features for the first time in one publication photographs and detailed line drawings of every part, organized in a new user-friendly format to ensure part specialists can easily select the best materials for the job.”

The 2007 Raybestos brand brakes Medium Duty Catalog – part number BPC-MD1 – contains an index of every Raybestos brand brake product from 1980 through 2006 for both import and domestic trucks (class four through class seven) equipped with hydraulic brakes and select class two and three fleet applications.

Based on customer input, highlights of the first edition Raybestos Brand brakes Medium Duty Catalog include:
• New user-friendly format allows part specialists to find replacement part numbers for a given application through simple dimensional check(s) of the old part.
• Photographs or line drawings of every part.
• Additional part details, including casting numbers, bore size and length, along with a friction selection process ensure the best materials for the application.
• New brake rotors and disc pads for the popular Dodge and Freightliner Sprinter vans.
• Expanded disc pad coverage for Mitsubishi Fuso, Sterling, International and Isuzu applications, and Blue Bird and Thomas Built school buses.

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

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