ZF Services Releases 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Kit and Components Catalog for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks

ZF Services Releases 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Kit and Components Catalog for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks

ZF Services announces the release of the 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Kit and Components Catalog for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks. In total, 618 new part numbers have been added to the 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Catalog. These new additions fit a total of 74,067 applications on top of the catalog's existing coverage.

ZF Services – the strategic aftermarket business unit of ZF Friedrichshafen AG – announces the release of the 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Kit and Components Catalog for Passenger Cars and Light Trucks.   

Built off the success the 2008 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Catalog, the 2010 version continues the legacy of offering clutch professionals the best products and coverage for Asian, Domestic and European vehicles.

In total, 618 new part numbers have been added to the 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Catalog. These new additions fit a total of 74,067 applications on top of the catalog’s existing coverage.

In addition to popular SACHS SuperSet Clutch Kits, the catalog includes covers, discs, bearings, flywheels, forks, cables, master and slave cylinders and pre-filled clutch hydraulics.

As part of an OE manufacturer, ZF Services is also able to offer exclusive parts not available by any other supplier.

Jack McGrail, Director of Product Management at ZF Services North America, said of the 2010 SACHS Clutch Catalog, “Our team went to great lengths to make this the best possible source for clutch kits and related products available to the aftermarket. The new catalog will enable clutch professionals to order products from the most comprehensive source, reducing time and increasing bay turns.”

For a copy of the 2010 SACHS SuperSet Clutch Catalog, contact your SACHS distributor or send a request to [email protected].

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