Bosch Releases Hydro-Boost Power Brake Assembly Program to the Automotive Aftermarket

Bosch Releases Hydro-Boost Power Brake Assemblies

Hydro-Boost Power Brake Assembly now available to independent repair shops and DIY’ers.

Bosch, a leading global supplier of technology and services, announced today its Hydro-Boost assemblies are now available in the automotive aftermarket. Customers now have access to new Bosch Hydro-Boost assemblies, covering millions of medium and heavy-duty trucks including popular Ford and General Motors models. Bosch Hydro-Boost parts are originally manufactured in the United States and provide original equipment manufacturer quality and performance.

“It’s important to us that independent repair shops and DIY’ers are supported and have access to the highest quality parts, so they can provide the best service possible to their customers,” said Jonathan Wong, Bosch Product Manager. “Opening up the Hydro-Boost Brake Assembly Program to the automotive aftermarket will give shop owners, technicians, and DIY’ers access to a 100% new product manufactured using Original Equipment quality materials.”

Medium and Heavy-Duty Applications: The Bosch Hydro-Boost program offers 21-part numbers and covers 21 million vehicles across truck and SUV applications in popular Ford, GM and Dodge brands. These include the Ford F-250 / F-350, GMC Sierra 2500 / 3500, the Ram 2500 / 3500 and more.

Meticulously Tested to meet OE specification: Hydro-Boost are designed to provide optimal brake system performance to vehicles up to 8.7 tons. Bosch manufactured these systems to exceed 500,000 strokes to ensure OE quality and performance, increasing safety and peace of mind.

The Bosch Hydro-Boost® Program is a part of the company’s more than 90 years of braking expertise, and the program’s inclusion to the aftermarket is the latest milestone. Bosch produced the first vacuum brake boost system in 1927 and continued to innovate throughout the 20th century – extending to today. Bosch’s braking systems are utilized in millions of vehicles around the world, providing quality and reliable performance.

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