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KYB Americas expands Strut-Plus coverage

Posted on August 5, 2014

KYB Americas Corp. announced the release of expanded coverage for its complete strut assembly lineup Strut-Plus. With the addition of these new part numbers, Strut-Plus now covers over 70 million vehicles on the road today, including the most popular late-model Toyota, Ford, Honda, GM and Chrysler applications.

First introduced in 2008, KYB says Strut-Plus is widely recognized as the highest quality performance-restoring complete strut assembly available anywhere in the world. Since its launch, the Strut-Plus lineup has grown significantly by adding vehicle and corner-specific part numbers that help restore original equipment designed performance.

“With all the various components involved in manufacturing complete assemblies, it was even more important for us to integrate the same OE procedures and processes we apply to our traditional products into our complete assemblies,” said KYB Americas Product Manager Tim Oldiges.

“Our entire product team is dedicated to making sure we manufacture the highest quality ride control products our customers can go to market with. The success of this Strut-Plus lineup expansion is a direct reflection of that.”

For more information, log onto www.kyb.com.

Related Topics: KYB Americas Corp., Strut-Plus, struts, Tim Oldiges

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