Centric Parts, a North American manufacturer and supplier of aftermarket brake components and systems, has released its 2014 medium duty brake systems catalog and a supplmental medium duty brake systems program guide.
The catalog details brake, clutch hydraulic, wheel bearing, hub and seal components for medium duty truck applications through 2014. Brake system components listed include:
* brake pads and shoes;
* rotors and drums;
* hydraulic cylinders;
* remanufactured loaded and semi-loaded calipers;
* caliper kits, wheel cylinder kits and hardware kits; and
* adjusters, brake hoses, hubs, bearings and seals.
(The company says Centric Power Brake boosters are in the brake booster catalog.)
The catalog includes medium duty application listings for Chevrolet, Dodge, Ford, Freightliner, GMC, Hino, IHC/Navistar, Isuzu, Iveco, Mercedes, Mitsubishi Fuso, and UD vehicles.
The catalog also features diagrams, images and specifications for brake pads, brake shoes, brake rotors and drums, as well as photos of wheel cylinders, master cylinders, calipers, hubs, bearings and seals.
“This catalog not only details our complete range of brake components for medium duty truck applications,” says Don Orrell, director of sales and marketing, medium duty, “but it also includes diagrams, photos and specifications to help technicians and counterworkers choose the correct part."
The program guide highlights Centric’s range of product lines, research and development and manufacturing processes. "The program guide even includes a decision tree to help fleet managers and buyers make the proper part selection for the job,” says Orell.
Centric Parts manufactures and supplies aftermarket brake components and systems for passenger vehicles, light- and medium-duty trucks, and high performance and racing vehicles under the Centric, C-Tek, PosiQuiet and StopTech labels.
The company was founded in 2000 in Southern California. Today the company operates warehouse and manufacturing facilities totaling over 650,000 square feet and employs over 500 workers.
For more information visit www.centricparts.com.
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