Cardone Industries announced the release of more than 125 parts recently. The additions include drive axel drive axle assemblies, DEF pumps, constant velocity drive axles, camshaft phasers, suspension conversion kits, hybrid safety plugs and more.
Cardone Industries released more than 125 new parts recently. Featured parts and upgrades include drive axle assemblies, DEF pumps, constant velocity drive axles, camshaft phasers, suspension conversion kits, hybrid safety plugs and more.
“The new drive axle assemblies we’re rolling out support our already expansive rear drive axle applications, which gives our customers uniquely effective solutions that save time and cut down on cost,” said Joseph Camacho, innovation product manager at Cardone.
The new drive axle assemblies aim to ease the servicing process for the rear differential/axle by replacing the whole unit to save time and costs. Features include: powder-coating for maximum corrosion protection and on-car performance enhancement; new OE ring and pinion gears inspected for correct backlash and wear patterns; OE quality bearings, dust shields, seals and gaskets; and pre-filled with oil.
The A1 Cardone diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) pumps are designed to support environmental regulations. These come with all necessary installation hardware included. Features include: direct plug-and-play design; quiet operation; real-world tested for functionality and performance.
The Cardone Select constant velocity drive axle is designed to ensure proper fit for ideal wear to withstand stress and cracking that can occur. Each boot clamp is pneumatically crimped and formed to meet or exceed OE parts. Features include: 100 per cent Neoprene boots designed with additional bellows for stress and ozone cracking resistance; new axle nut supplied with every unit for hassle-free installation; every axle measured after assembly to ensure proper fit; high quality grease that withstands high temperature and high torque demands; precision rolled splines and threads to ensure proper fit of axle during installation; transmission seal diameter that is precision-machined after head treatment for correct surface finish.