Centric Parts Releases Latest Chassis Program Guide

Centric Parts' new chassis program guide details features and benefits of the company's steering and suspension components.
<p>Centric Parts' new chassis program guide details features and benefits of the company's steering and suspension components.</p>

Centric Parts’ latest chassis program guide is now available.

The company's 12-page Steering and Suspension Systems Guide covers major suspension and steering product groups: control arms, tie rods, ball joints, stabilizer bar links, idler and pitman arms, and bushings.

“This new Steering and Suspension Guide is a remarkable tool,” says Charlie Kirkland, vice president of traditional aftermarket sales. “It provides distributors and technicians with an in-depth look at the features and benefits of our chassis program, highlighting Centric’s dedication to engineering and supplying an ‘O.E. by Design’ part.”

The Steering and Suspension Systems Guide also introduces a new slogan: “O.E. by Design.” Centric says the slogan builds on its “Lab to Lift” philosophy and emphasizes the great lengths the company goes through to ensure that all premium chassis components are built understanding O.E. designs and materials. Centric says replacing like-for-like components is the only way to restore true original vehicle performance and feel.

Also available is the Centric Parts Steering and Suspension Components Catalog, with detailed listings of all Centric Premium and C-Tek control arms; ball joints; tie rod ends and adjusting sleeves; idler and pitman arms; suspension bushings and bumpers; steering bushings; sway bar links and link kits; king pin sets; spring mounts, insulators, shackles; steering rack bellows; suspension links, arms, bars and brackets; center links and drag links; alignment kits, steering and suspension tools; and coil springs.

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