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Raybestos brand brake pads, rotors added for late model applications

Thursday, August 1, 2013 - 14:51
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Raybestos® brand brake parts, a member of Brake Parts Inc., has begun adding listings for the 2014 model year, with coverage for nine makes and thirteen 2014 models.

In addition, the following late model import rotor and brake pad part numbers have been added to the Raybestos brand brake catalog:

2010-2013 BMW X5 and 2011-2013 BMW X6

• P/N PGD1429M, Front Brake Pads

2012-2013 Lincoln MKS; 2012-2013 Ford Explorer,

Flex and Taurus

• P/N PGD1611C, Front Brake Pads

2013-2014 Jeep Compass and Patriot

• P/N PGD1285C, Front Brake Pads

2013 Jeep Compass and Patriot

• P/N PGD1037C, Rear Brake Pads

2013 Mazda CX 5

• P/N PGD1623C, Front Brake Pads

2013 Subaru Impreza

• P/N 980360 and 980356, Front Rotors

• P/N 980634 and 980682, Rear Rotors

Raybestos Professional Grade® Ceramic brake pads use ceramic friction material that matches or improves on the OE ceramic formulation to provide maximum stopping power and safety. These pads achieve strong and silent braking with low dusting, improved pedal feel and enhanced responsiveness.

Raybestos Professional Grade® OE-Matched brake pads are engineered to restore factory performance and use semi-metallic applications that match or improve upon OE.

The premium attached shims and application specific slots and chamfers ensure a smooth, quiet ride.

Raybestos Professional Grade rotors include many problem solver applications and provide the highest level of dependability, safety and performance. The OE-based designs provide the most complete application-specific line on the market.

For more information on Raybestos brand brake parts, visit www.RaybestosBrakes.com or call 800-323-0354.


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