Fras-le releases brake pad catalogs

Fras-le North America Inc. has released its new full-line and medium-duty brake pad product catalogs for the North American aftermarket that include more than 300 new part numbers.

The company's full product line catalog contains more than 1,000 part numbers, providing more than 96% coverage for all Class 1-7 vehicles on the road today.

Fras-le's new catalogs provide detailed line drawings of each D-Plate reference. "While most competitors only provide drawings of the backing plate, our system includes details about the friction," says Randy Mordue, Fras-le’s director of sales and marketing, North American commercial and light vehicle aftermarket. "Plus, as applicable to the vehicle, it includes details about accessories, chamfers and slots. We want to provide our customers with all the information they need to make their job easier."

In addition, Fras-le's electronic catalog (eCat) has been completely revised for easy look-up by year, make and model, part number and interchange numbers. In a cooperative effort, Fras-le can customize its catalog for a customer based on their specialized product or language needs.

Fras-le brake pads and linings are available in the North American OE and aftermarket, as well as in more than 80 other countries. All of the company's North American friction products are comprised of application specific formulations, are made from top-quality raw materials and are asbestos-free, the company notes.

Fras-le’s North American offering includes OE and aftermarket brake pads, linings and shoes for light, medium and heavy-duty vehicles. The company's aftermarket brake pad line for light and medium-duty vehicles is comprised of three different series' with application specific formulations developed to meet the performance requirements of each product line. They include: Extreme Service, Magnum Pro and Ceramaxx.

For more information, see the company’s Web site at www.fras-le.com/nabrakes.

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