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Cardone's Latest Release Includes Calipers, Turbochargers and Axles

Cardone says the parts released in the fall of 2017 highlight upgrades and innovative designs.
<p>Cardone says the parts released in the fall of 2017 highlight upgrades and innovative designs.</p>

Cardone Industries Inc. has released more than 200 new parts this fall. The release features enhanced calipers, climate control modules, turbochargers, axles and air suspension valve blocks.

“We are especially excited about our interior electronics release with the climate control modules,” says Jason Volpe, innovation product manager. “Replacing these units will often significantly refresh the interior while restoring functionality.”

The A1 Cardone Climate Control Modules are direct-fit and 100% functionally tested for performance and reliability. This new set of modules addresses the need for worn and deteriorated climate control bulbs, knobs and dials to restore the functionality and aesthetics of older vehicles. Features include:

  • 100% of the backlight bulbs are replaced to ensure long-lasting gauge illumination;
  • electronic repair components are upgraded to meet or exceed O.E. design;
  • plug-and-play installation with no programming required; ;and
  • unit face is restored to O.E. appearance and functionality.

Descriptions of other Cardone parts released this fall follow.

Ultra Premium calipers

Cardone has expanded coverage with more than 100 new applications/parts in this release. These calipers come with an exclusive weather-proof silver powder coating to preserve the appearance and functionality while preventing rust and other water damage. Other features include:

  • full installation kit for efficient plug-and-play;
  • pressure tested to guarantee proper braking function; and
  • 100% SAE specific rubber seals to ensure like-new performance.

“The incredibly expansive range of applications we’ve added to our Premium Calipers this fall shows our continued commitment to providing industry leading coverage,” says Joe Delorme, braking and suspension product manager.

Select turbochargers

Cardone’s latest turbochargers come fully ready to install. Every turbocharger is engineered and tested in the U.S., which guarantees that they fit and function exactly like O.E. turbos. Other features include:

  • pre-lube oil syringe for easy installation;
  • full installation kit with all necessary installation and mounting hardware; ;and
  • support for several models of Volkswagen compact vehicles such as the Beetle, Golf and Jetta.

A1 Cardone drive axles

From the constant velocity drive axle to the drive axle assembly, Cardone has several new axle products this fall. All axle parts are tested to ensure the highest caliber reman products are available to technicians.

Constant velocity drive axle features include:

  • 100% Neoprene boots that ensure excellent ozone resistance and eliminate cracking, a leading cause of boot failure;
  • pneumatically-crimped boot clamps to create a perfect seal between the boot and housing; and
  • splines and threads are chased 100% to ensure proper fit of axle, which eliminates installation hassles.

Drive axle assembly features include:

  • powder-coated housing for maximum corrosion protection that further enhances on-car performance;
  • new O.E. ring and pinion gears are inspected for correct backlash and wear patterns; and
  • units are remanufactured using O.E. quality bearings, dust shields, seals and gaskets.

Air suspension valve blocks

Cardone says the 100% new solenoid air suspension valve blocks match original equipment form, fit and function perfectly to meet the industry’s rigorous performance standards. O-rings can dry rot and leak air over time.

Cardone’s solenoid valve blocks are electronically-controlled modules designed to work with the air suspension system to fill and vent each bag, intended to enhance effectiveness and longevity. Other features include premium O-rings and electrical components that guarantee reliable performance.

For more information, visit www.cardone.com.

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