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Meyle Offers New Porsche Control Arm Repair Kit

Meyle says the Meyle Original brand control arm kit includes all mounting parts required for professional control arm replacement.
<p>Meyle says the Meyle Original brand control arm kit includes all mounting parts required for professional control arm replacement.</p>

New Meyle Original brand control arm kits for Porsche models include a full set of mounting parts.

Hamburg-based manufacturer Meyle AG says it is currently the only aftermarket supplier to offer full-service kits for the Porsche control arm repair.

Featuring bolts and nuts carefully matched to one another, the new kits provide repair professionals with every component required for spare part assembly from a single box.

Catering to the Porsche 911, Boxster and Cayman models, the all-in-one control arm kit allows workshops to offer swifter repair services by eliminating idle time caused by mounting parts being sold separately.

Meyle says the exceptional levels of driving dynamics and engine output, which are the hallmark of Porsche models, also put the vehicles' control arms under considerable strain. Functional reliability and stability of the control arm is paramount to ensure overall system safety and driving comfort. In order to help repair shops offer prompt repair services to professional standards, Meyle now offers newly designed Meyle-Original control arms for Porsche models including a full set of mounting bolts and nuts. Technicians profit from significant time savings with all components required for assembly conveniently on hand and the customer benefits from not being kept waiting unnecessarily.

The new Meyle-Original control arms with mounting parts to fit Porsche models are as of now available under the Meyle part numbers 416 050 0000/S, 416 050 0004/S, 416 050 0005/S and 416 050 0008/S.

Meyle workshop advice: Typical symptoms signaling that a control arm is due for replacement include rumbling and knocking noise, indirect steering, loss of tracking stability and steering play. The fastening bolt needs to be replaced along with the control arm.

For more information, visit http://www.meyle.com/en/.

 

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