Omnicraft announces 114 new brake pad and shoe part numbers to cover a greater number of high-volume cars and trucks. This expansion covers many popular vehicle lines, such as Chevrolet Silverado, Dodge Ram and Caravan, Honda Accord and Civic, and Hyundai Santa Fe.
Omnicraft coated brake rotors and drums are now available with 136 additional part numbers, which will complement the first 235 part numbers that were launched in 2017.
New to the Omnicraft line, OE-quality oxygen (O2) sensors are built with attention to detail and continuity testing that is approved and backed by Ford Motor Company.
The new master cylinders are created from 100-percent new components for long life and are available now.
Ford’s line of replacement parts for non-Ford vehicles is launching 17 additional product lines this year.
Beginning with a phased approach in January 2017, Omnicraft launched with oil filters, brake pads and rotors, loaded struts, coated calipers, starters and alternators.
Ford dealers now have access to a complete family of parts to sell and to service all makes of vehicles as the Ford Customer Service Division (FCSD) launches its new Omnicraft brand.