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News   November 2, 2010   by Auto Service World

AAIW Daily: Tenneco Extending Monroe Quick-Strut Coverage


Tenneco Inc. is building on the success of its Monroe Quick-Strut product line with 22 new part numbers covering dozens of popular late-model domestic and foreign-nameplate applications.
The Quick-Strut is a complete, ready-to-install strut replacement solution.
The 22 new part numbers, available in January, will cover a variety of popular Acura, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Honda, Mazda, Nissan, Pontiac, and Volkswagen models.
Each Monroe Quick-Strut assembly represents careful attention to detail in the form of a premium, application-engineered Monroe Sensa-Trac, Reflex, or the new OESpectrum strut; precisely calibrated coil spring; robust bearing plate; and other high quality parts designed specifically for the vehicle. By relying on this breakthrough solution, technicians have been able to reduce the time needed for a complete strut replacement by up to 50 percent. Each component is selected by Tenneco engineers to help restore the vehicle’s original ride and handling characteristics, and every premium Quick-Strut assembly is backed by the company’s popular limited lifetime warranty.
“The timesaving benefits of Quick-Strut assemblies helped make them an immediate success, but their quality and performance have been the primary reasons for record demand year after year,” said Richard Alameddine, vice president, marketing and engineering, Tenneco. “Doing the job fast is important, but doing it right is the only way to protect your reputation and grow your business. Thousands of automotive professionals across North America trust Monroe to help them do the job right the first time.”
For additional information regarding Monroe Quick-Strut assemblies and other premium ride control products from Tenneco, please contact your Tenneco supplier, visit the company’s exhibit (#1426) at the 2010 AAPEX Show, log on to www.monroe.com, or call (734) 384-7846.

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