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Centric releases 2014 brake guide for fleets

Posted on July 29, 2014
Centric Parts has released its 2014 brake component guide for its Fleet Performance program. 

Centric Parts has released its 2014 brake component guide for its Fleet Performance program. 

Centric Parts, a North American manufacturer and supplier of aftermarket brake components and systems, has begun delivering its Centric Parts 2014 Fleet Performance Brake Component Application Guide.

The company says the updated catalog (FPBC2014) details its complete range of Fleet Performance brake components, which includes rotors, drums, pads, shoes, calipers, sensor wires and wheel cylinders for a wide range of fleet vehicles through model year 2014, as well as certain 2015 applications.

Centric says Fleet Performance brake components are designed and manufactured to meet the demands of today’s working vehicles. Each brake component has been specially engineered and tested to maximize braking performance in a variety of driving conditions including high-mileage and pursuit driving situations.

“Whether it’s first responders, delivery drivers or taxicabs, drivers using Centric Fleet Performance components can rest assured that their brakes will reliably perform the way they need them to, whether they’re driving involves high speeds, high loads or high mileage,” says Dan Lelchuk, CEO and president of Centric Parts.

Products featured in this latest catalog include Centric’s Fleet Performance and PosiQuiet calipers, Centric High Carbon Alloy 125-series performance rotors, updated PosiQuiet and Fleet Performance brake friction listings, as well as listings for sensor wires, drums and wheel cylinders.

For more information on the full line of Centric Parts brake and clutch components and systems, visit http://www.centricparts.comor call 800-758-3004.

Related Topics: Centric Parts Fleet Component Brake Guide, Dan Lelchuk

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