New Raybestos Brand Brake Pad Applications Added For Late-Model Imports

New Raybestos Brand Brake Pad Applications Added For Late-Model Imports

Raybestos brand brake parts - a member of Brake Parts Inc. - has added listings for 58 makes and 341 models that cover the 2013 model year.

Raybestos brand brake parts – a member of Brake Parts Inc. – has added listings for 58 makes and 341 models that cover the 2013 model year.

The following late-model import part numbers have been added to the Raybestos brand brake catalog:

2013 Honda Fit
• P/N PGD948C, Front Brake Pads
• P/N 913PG, Rear Brake Shoe

2013 Subaru Outback
• P/N PGD1078C, Front Brake Pads
• P/N PGD1124C, Rear Brake Pads

Raybestos Professional Grade Ceramic brake pads use ceramic friction material that matches or improves on the OE ceramic formulation to provide maximum stopping power and safety, according to Brake Parts Inc. These pads achieve strong and silent braking with low dusting, improved pedal feel and enhanced responsiveness, the company says.

Raybestos Professional Grade shoes have the highest sheer strength for the best possible bond integrity, and they are contour or cam ground to ensure the best contact between the shoe and drum, BPI points out. Application-specific materials provide exceptional performance and stable, balanced braking, the company says, and all required levers and hardware are included for an easy and complete installation.

For more information on Raybestos brand brake parts, visit www.RaybestosBrakes.com or call 800-323-0354.

 

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