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News   August 19, 2003   by Auto Service World

Brake Friction Application Update Announced By Raybestos Brand Supplier


Brake Parts Inc., manufacturer of Raybestos brand brakes, has announced late model availability of PG Plus brake pads for several late model light trucks and SUVs.
In what the company says is a "first-to-market" announcement, Raybestos PG Plus brake pads are now available for popular 2003 vehicle models such as the Chevy S10, GMC Sonoma, Jeep Liberty, Dodge Durango, Jeep Wrangler, Nissan Murano, Dodge Dakota and the Kia Sorento, according to Jerry Forystek, director of friction product development.
"Raybestos brand brakes takes its first-to-market claims very seriously and makes this announcement only when it can guarantee that the products are on the shelves in the distribution centres and available to customers," said Forystek. "When Raybestos claims first-to-market, you may be assured that research conducted verifies this claim as factual."
All Raybestos brake pads are consistent with original equipment design and incorporate the appropriate shims, slots, chamfers and sensors. The PG Plus line is D3EA (Dual Dynamometer Differential Effectiveness Analysis) certified to be consistent with U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard, equivalent to Canadian standards, for new vehicles.


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