Rein Automotive Expands Anti-Vibration and Suspension Parts for Late-Model Europeans

Rein Automotive Expands Anti-Vibration and Suspension Parts for Late-Model Europeans

The Rein Automotive Undercar program has expanded its coverage of high quality, genuine OE anti-vibration and suspension replacement parts with more than 120 new SKUs for late-model European vehicles. Rein Automotive now offers more than 1,000 SKUs and is first to market with many new Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Porsche and VW applications.

The Rein Automotive Undercar program has expanded its coverage of high quality, genuine OE anti-vibration and suspension replacement parts with more than 120 new SKUs for late-model European vehicles. Rein Automotive now offers more than 1,000 SKUs and is first to market with many new Audi, BMW, Mercedes Benz, Mini, Porsche and VW applications.

Rein anti-vibration parts include motor, transmission and strut mounts, and bushings, as well as the newer hydraulic mounts and bushings. The suspension program features camber struts, control arms, sway bar links and tie rods, with vehicle coverage starting from 1985.

Rein Automotive genuine replacement undercar parts are quality built for OE fit, form and function to ensure consistent performance and reliability. Every Rein Automotive OE-quality part is guaranteed to fit right, the first time.

In addition to excellent coverage, Rein Automotive also provides training seminars and materials for shops and technicians.

For more information, go to www.reinautomotive.com or visit CRP Automotive at AAPEX booth # 2071.

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