Centric Parts Releases New Chassis Program Guide

Centric Parts Releases New Chassis Program Guide

The guide details the features and benefits of Centric steering and suspension components.

Centric Parts, a leading North American manufacturer and supplier of OE and aftermarket brake and chassis components, has released the Centric Parts Steering and Suspension Systems Guide. This 12-page guide details the features and benefits of the Centric Parts chassis program, covering major suspension and steering product groups: control arms, tie rods, ball joints, stabilizer bar links, idler and pitman arms and bushings.

“This new Steering and Suspension Guide is a remarkable tool,” said Charlie Kirkland, Centric Parts vice president of traditional aftermarket sales. “It provides distributors and technicians with an in-depth look at the features and benefits of our chassis program, highlighting Centric’s dedication to engineering and supplying an ‘OE by Design’ part.”

The Steering and Suspension Systems Guide also introduces a new slogan for Centric Parts: “OE by Design.” This new slogan builds upon Centric’s “Lab to Lift” philosophy, which details Centric’s extensive research and development efforts as well as the company’s attention to detail in manufacturing and materials; its application, program and product group coverage; and the company’s award-winning service and technical resources. Centric says the slogan emphasizes the great lengths the company goes through to ensure that all premium chassis components are built understanding OE designs and materials. Centric knows that replacing like-for-like components is the only way to restore true original vehicle performance and feel.

Also available is the Centric Parts Steering and Suspension Components Catalog, with detailed listings of all Centric Premium and C-Tek control arms; ball joints; tie rod ends and adjusting sleeves; idler and pitman arms; suspension bushings and bumpers; steering bushings; sway bar links and link kits; king pin sets; spring mounts, insulators, shackles; steering rack bellows; suspension links, arms, bars and brackets; center links and drag links; alignment kits, steering and suspension tools; and coil springs.

You May Also Like

FCS Introduces 42 New Numbers in May

Complete strut assemblies, shock absorbers, shock absorber assembly kits and suspension struts for popular VIO applications are included.

FCS Automotive announced the release of 42 new numbers in May, including:

8 Complete Strut Assemblies (936,389 vehicles in operation)

6 Shock Absorber Assembly Kits (2,696,801vehicles in operation)

16 Shock Absorbers (6,245,071 vehicles in operation)

12 Suspension Struts (2,135,974 vehicles in operation)

Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 LED Lightbar Line Expands

Lumileds has expanded the Philips Ultinon Drive 5000 series to include eight models.

DMA Adds New BrakeMaster Coverage

New coverage for Ford and Chevy includes popular pickup trucks and SUVs.

Akebono Expands Severe Duty Disc Brake Pad Kits

Akebono said it expanded its severe-duty ultra-premium disc brake pad line by 14 new part numbers.

GSP Releases New CV Axle Part Numbers

GSP said 14 new CV axle part numbers are in stock and ready to ship.

Other Posts

BCA Bearings Unveils 2024 Endless Summer Promotion

The Endless Summer promotion runs from May 1 through June 30, 2024.

PRT Launches 30 New Complete Strut Assemblies

The new items represent more than 10 million vehicles in new coverage, PRT said.

RNR Tire Express Hosts Mother’s Day Giveaway

The eighth-annual event promises $100,000 in prizes, as well as a brand new 2024 Buick Encore for one select nominee.

Brand Refresh for Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires Plus Begins

Logo updates include a single-color tire mark; a logo palette comprised of Tires Plus yellow, black and red; and refined typefaces.