First Brands Group Adds New Raybestos Coverage for Late Model Vehicles

First Brands Group Adds New Raybestos Coverage

The just-released parts include Raybestos Police brake pad coverage for 2021 and 2022 Ford Explorer and Police Interceptor utility vehicles.

First Brands Group has introduced new part numbers to its premium quality Raybestos line in the categories of brake friction, rotors, calipers, master cylinders, and brake cables. 

Over 100 new Raybestos part numbers are now available for domestic and international nameplate late-model and luxury vehicles, including 2020, 2021, and 2022 coverage for Buick, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Jaguar, Jeep, Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Ram, Scion, and Toyota.  

The just-released parts include Raybestos Police brake pad coverage for 2021 and 2022 Ford Explorer and Police Interceptor utility vehicles, as well as new coated rotor numbers for popular 2022 truck, SUV and passenger car applications, including Ford F-150, Nissan Sentra, and Honda CR-V.

“We are always proud to introduce new part numbers and this time is no exception,” said Kristin Grons, director of marketing, First Brands Group. “With the introduction of specialty brake pads for in-demand police vehicles, coated rotor coverage for newer passenger vehicles, and a wide range of carry-up coverage, our customers will have the Raybestos parts they need for more late model vehicle repairs.”

The complete family of Raybestos brake products include disc pads and shoes, drums and rotors, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, calipers, hubs, hoses, and hardware. To learn more about new part numbers and their applications, customers should contact their First Brands Group representative.

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