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TOPIC : brake rotors

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Raybestos Expands Line of Element3 Coated Rotors

Raybestos has increased coverage of its ultra-premium Element3 Coated Rotors with the  addition of 46 new part numbers.

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Federal-Mogul Brings Jurid and Ferodo Brake Rotors to North America

Federal-Mogul Motorparts has introduced Jurid and Ferodo brake rotors to the North American market. The new line of rotors entail 53 SKUs and complement the 89 Jurid and Ferodo brake pads currently available in North America.

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Continental Offers ATE Brand Brake Pads and Rotors for European Vehicles

Continental Commercial Vehicles & Aftermarket offers a comprehensive line of ATE Original Brake Pads and Rotors for European applications.

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Ford Adds Coverage for Motorcraft Brake Pads, Coated Rotors and Drums

Ford Motor Co. has added 36 brake pads and 20 coated brake rotors and drums to its Motorcraft product line.

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Ford Adds Part Numbers to Omnicraft Coated Brake Rotors and Drums

Ford Motor Co. has added 136 part numbers to its Omnicraft brand of coated brake rotors and drums for non-Ford/Lincoln vehicle repairs.

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Centric Catalog Features Innovations in Brake System Technology

Centric Parts, a division of APC Automotive Technologies, has released its 2018 Brake Systems catalog featuring the latest innovations in brake technology for applications on domestic and import vehicles.

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Thump, Thump, Complain, Complain

This bulletin applies to 2012 Dodge Durango vehicles built after April 9, 2012, and before June 3, 2012. A thumping noise may be heard from the front wheels while braking.

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Suspension Inspection: Tips on Checking a Variety of Suspension Components

Let’s take a look at various suspension parts inspections, including ball joints, wheel bearings, wheel hub units, control arm bushings and more.

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Busted Wheel Stud on Milan

Some 2010-2011 Mercury Milan vehicles built between 12/1/2009 and 10/26/2010 may exhibit a single rear wheel stud fracture. A small number of rear brake rotors may have been manufactured with a wheel mounting face that is not flat, potentially resulting in a stud fracture.

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Luxury Car and High Performance Brakes

Premium-priced high-performance luxury cars tend to push the envelope in terms of braking system performance. While a disc/drum or disc/disc system found on any production vehicle is designed to provide safe and reliable braking, luxury performance cars tend to be outfitted with “spirited” driving in mind. As engine power increases, accompanied by the potential for higher speed operation, there’s more demand on the brake system, requiring the system to meet these challenges.

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