Mevotech Releases More Than 500 New Part Numbers For Control Arms And Chassis

Mevotech Releases More Than 500 New Part Numbers For Control Arms And Chassis

Mevotech has announced the release of more than 500 new part numbers for control arms and chassis. According to the company, these latest numbers meet and exceed OE specifications, and many of the parts released have been engineered with Mevotech XFactor features, which include greaseable ball joints, sintered metal-to-metal bearings, knurled housing, corrosion resistant coatings and enlarged ball studs for reduced contact pressure.

Mevotech has announced the release of more than 500 new part numbers for control arms and chassis. According to the company, these latest numbers meet and exceed OE specifications, and many of the parts released have been engineered with Mevotech XFactor features, which include greaseable ball joints, sintered metal-to-metal bearings, knurled housing, corrosion resistant coatings and enlarged ball studs for reduced contact pressure.

Mevotech’s latest release offers a wide selection of control arm and ball joint assemblies with Labor Saver benefits, allowing the installation process to be quicker and more convenient. This includes, control arm assemblies that have an included and installed bushings, included hardware necessary for installation, and press through ball joints with dust boots allowing quicker and safer installation.

The release features parts for applications such as the 2009-2011 Dodge Ram 1500, the 2011-2014 Chevrolet Caprice, the 2007-2012 Chevrolet Equinox and many more applications that include XFactor features.

For more information about Mevotech go to www.mevotech.com, or to learn more about Mevotech’s leading coverage, go to www.partsonline.mevotech.com.

 

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