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Trico Introduces Universal Rear Wiper Blades Program

Trico Products Corp. has released a line of universal rear wiper blades to fit both beam and integral wiper arms.

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Mahle Adds Behr Hella Service Products to Portfolio

Mahle Group’s acquisition of Behr Hella Service GmbH (BHS) is set to be completed on Jan. 1, 2020. The transaction will add BHS brand thermal management products to the Mahle Aftermarket portfolio.

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VDO Power Window Lift Assemblies Are Ready to Install

VDO OE-quality Power Window Lift Assemblies come complete with motor and regulator, ready to use right out of the box for a fast and hassle-free installation.

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Rancho Has New 3-Inch Suspension System for Ford F-150

The Rancho brand performance suspension lineup now includes a new 3-inch suspension system (Part no. RS66507R9) for 2014-2020 Ford F-150 pickup trucks.

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Automotive Lift Institute Celebrates 75 Years

The Automotive Lift Institute "will continue to explore new concepts and approaches to promote the safe design, construction, installation, inspection and use of automotive lifts."

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AAPEXedu Panel to Discuss How to Spearhead Change

The Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) educational sessions (AAPEXedu) will include a panel of leading women in the automotive aftermarket who will discuss how to innovate and spearhead change.

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Fuse5 Automotive Software to Become Rev Parts Management Software

Fuse5 Automotive Software LLC (FAS) is transitioning into the Rev Parts Management Software group.

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Icahn Automotive to Split into Two Aftermarket Parts and Service Companies

Icahn Automotive Group LLC, an Icahn Enterprises L.P. company, announced that a process to separate the company into two independent aftermarket parts and service companies is underway.

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FordParts.com Offers 5% Discount

Now through Sept. 30, 2019, registered FordParts.com customers will save 5% on Motorcraft brakes, suspension, climate control and engine cooling parts.

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A Stroll in the Park

Ford has recalled certain 2017-2018 F-150 trucks built from October 2016 to March 2018 and equipped with a 10-speed automatic transmission.

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