New brake pad coverage is available for late-model passenger and transport vehicles, and representatives will also be conducting on-site technical and product training
McHenry, Ill.—First Brands Group has released a new Raybestos product online catalog that will be available on a USB drive for those attending the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), Nov. 1-3, in Las Vegas.
In addition, Raybestos has released 32 new part numbers covering over 11 million vehicles in operation (VIO). New brake pad coverage is available for late-model passenger and transport vehicles, including Buick Enclave, Cadillac CT4 and CT5, Ford F-150 and Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
“We look forward to participating in Joe’s Garage at AAPEX this year and having the opportunity to talk with show attendees about our updated Raybestos catalog and the new coverage that’s been added to ensure that we are continuously meeting the needs of our customers,” said Lou Kafantaris, director of marketing, braking, First Brands Group. “Be sure your AAPEX plans include a visit to our Booth A3638 and stop by Joe’s Garage to be one of the first to get a copy of the new catalog.”
Raybestos representatives will also be conducting on-site technical and product training at the Joe’s Garage booth. Brake clinic topics include “Today’s Rotor Technology,” “Preventing Costly Brake Comebacks” and “Tips and Tricks Diagnosing Brake Issues,” to name a few. Product training sessions include “Pick the Right Friction for Your Vehicle” and “Rotors — the Foundation Brake Component.” The brake clinics run 30 minutes in length while the training sessions are 10 minutes. Visit Raybestos in Joe’s Garage to see the complete training schedule.
First Brands Group will exhibit at AAPEX in the Venetian Expo, Level 2, booth #A3638 and in Joe’s Garage, Level 1, Bay 1. To obtain the Raybestos USB drive, visit First Brands Group in Joe’s Garage.
The complete family of Raybestos brake products include disc pads and shoes, drums and rotors, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, calipers, hoses and hardware. To learn more about new part numbers and their applications, customers should contact their First Brands Group representative.