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Raybestos Offers New Commercial Vehicle Application Catalog

Posted on July 31, 2017
Raybestos’ new guide provides part numbers and spec information for the brake supplier’s complete commercial vehicle line.
Raybestos’ new guide provides part numbers and spec information for the brake supplier’s complete commercial vehicle line.

MCHENRY, Ill. — Brake supplier Raybestos recently released its new Commercial Vehicle Application Catalog and Specification Guide (BPI-CV17) to help fleet managers and professional service technicians meet the demands of commercial vehicles.

“Our new Raybestos application catalog and specification guide is a valuable resource for those who work on commercial vehicles for a living,” said Rob Miles, national sales manager for commercial vehicles at Brake Parts Inc., parent company of the Raybestos brand. “The guide delivers part number and spec information about the complete Raybestos commercial vehicle line in an accurate and easy-to-use format.”

For disc brake service from Class 1 hydraulics to Class 8 air disc, the Raybestos commercial vehicle product line includes truck and school bus friction, premium rotors, friction-ready calipers, hydraulics, hardware, and hoses.

Copies of the new Commercial Vehicle Application Catalog and Specification Guide are available through local Raybestos sales representatives. For more information on Raybestos brake products, go to www.raybestos.com.

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