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2012 LuK RepSet Clutch Catalog Available in Print and Online

Schaeffler Group USA Inc. has announced the release of the 2012 LuK RepSet Clutch Catalog. The company says it has added more than 400 new part numbers in the latest edition of the catalog. The additional part numbers have grown LuK's application coverage to greater than 95 percent of the U.S. vehicle population.

Schaeffler Group USA Inc. has announced the release of the 2012 LuK RepSet Clutch Catalog. The company says it has added more than 400 new part numbers in the latest edition of the catalog. The additional part numbers have grown LuK’s application coverage to greater than 95 percent of the U.S. vehicle population. The 2012 edition is a resource for clutch professionals to find the information and parts they need for a complete repair and includes:  

• LuK RepSet clutch sets, which come complete with a premium-quality LuK clutch, disc and release bearing, and a pilot bearing or bushings (as required by application).

• Conventional, dual mass and aluminum performance flywheels.

• Master and slave cylinders.

•  Hydraulic clutch release systems.

• Clutch cables, forks and specialty tools.

• Trilingual technical bulletins and up-to-date information from LuK on special applications and procedures, including flywheel step and cup dimensions.

• The 2012 catalog features an expanded diagnostic and technical information section highlighting the top 5 causes of clutch failure, as well as a medium duty truck section with increased coverage.

Bill Hanvey, vice president of sales and marketing for the Schaeffler Group USA  said of the 2012 catalog, “We view the catalog as an important tool, not only to build sales and introduce new part numbers, but to reduce unnecessary returns and bay-time by providing information the ultimate consumer needs to do the job right.  Our techline is continually monitored to identify helpful application information for inclusion in future catalogs and our website for the purpose of ultimately increasing customer satisfaction.”

Contact your LuK distributor for a copy of the 2012 LuK RepSet Catalog or send a request to [email protected].  Visit www.Schaeffler-Aftermarket.us to receive the most up-to-date catalog updates and product information including diagnostic and installation tips.

 

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