Plews & Edelmann Introduces 49 New Power Steering Hoses

Plews & Edelmann Introduces 49 New Power Steering Hoses

Plews, Inc., dba Plews & Edelmann recently introduced 49 new power steering hoses to its category of power steering hoses and repair kits. These new power steering hoses bring coverage to an additional nine million registered vehicles on the road today.

Plews, Inc., dba Plews & Edelmann recently introduced 49 new power steering hoses to its category of power steering hoses and repair kits.

Led by flagship brands of Edelmann, Omega and Powercraft, these new hoses bring coverage to an additional nine million registered vehicles on the road today.

“Our goal is to give our customers the widest range of product available to service as many vehicles as possible,” said Andy Walls, senior project manager at Plews & Edelmann. “With this addition, we are working to strengthen our reputation as a highly valued supplier to new and existing customers.”

These new hoses are designed for over 200 specific year, make, model and engine import and domestic passenger cars and light trucks. Comprised of both pressure and return lines, these new parts complement an already unparalleled offering of power steering pressure and return lines as well as power steering repair kits, said the company. 


For more information, call 1-800-770-4639 or search the online parts locator at www.plews-edelmann.com.

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