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

The new part numbers complement the 235 part numbers that were launched in 2017.

“Omnicraft prides itself on offering a wide range of applications,” says Drew Laird, Ford North American brake product manager. “With this introduction, we now provide coverage for many popular vehicle lines, including late-model Chevrolet Silverado, Toyota Camry, Hyundai Santa Fe and Nissan NV200.”

The company says Omnicraft rotors and drums feature a GG15HC formulated high-carbon casting which provides:

  • enhanced heat dissipation and extended brake life;
  • high resistance to thermal cracking and fade; and
  • low noise propensity and resistance to brake judder.

In addition, the coating provides:

  • corrosion prevention and increased rust resistance; and
  • clean appearance for open wheels.

As with all Omnicraft parts, each component is backed by a limited lifetime warranty with unlimited mileage, labor included and no commercial exceptions.

Omnicraft is part of the Ford lineup of parts brands: Ford, Motorcraft and Omnicraft. Omnicraft is the exclusive non-Ford/Lincoln parts brand of aftermarket parts. For more information, visit www.omnicraftautoparts.com.

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