New Raybestos Chassis Parts Released For Late Model Toyota Trucks

New Raybestos Chassis Parts Released For Late Model Toyota Trucks

Raybestos brand chassis parts - a member of the Affinia family of brands - has added listings for 221 makes and 49 models that cover the 2013 model year.

Raybestos brand chassis parts – a member of the Affinia family of brands – has added listings for 221 makes and 49 models that cover the 2013 model year.

Sway bar links and tie rod ends have been added to the Raybestos chassis catalog for the following models:

2013 Sequoia and 2013 Tundra
• P/N 545-1714, Left Front Sway Bar Link
• P/N 545-1715, Right Front Sway Bar Link
• P/N 401-2268, Inner Tie Rod End
• P/N 401-2256, Outer Left Tie Rod End
• P/N 401-2257, Outer Right Rod End

Raybestos sway bar links use performance-enhancing, low-friction designs and are cold forged for superior strength and stability, according to Affinia. The full ball stud maximizes performance surface area.

Raybestos tie rod ends specifically match the ball and socket design for built-in strength and lasting durability, the company states. High strength steel forgings provide maximum stability, safety and service life, and according to Affinia, come with "the best parts and labor guarantee in the industry."

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