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NAPA Rayloc Upgrades Friction Formulations For All Replacement Brake Pads

NAPA Rayloc announced that it has upgraded the friction on all of its replacement disc brake pads with what the company calls “the most modern, advanced formulas.”

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NAPA Rayloc announced that it has upgraded the friction on all of its replacement disc brake pads with what the company calls "the most modern, advanced formulas."

“Cars today are more technologically advanced and last longer than ever before,” says Mike Gaffney, vice president, sales and marketing, NAPA Rayloc. “Our aftermarket friction formulations are ideal for today’s vehicles, by providing superior, long-lasting stopping power along with little to no noise and vibration – at a variety of price points.

“With this newly upgraded family, we are offering truly differentiated lines of brake pads, with superior friction, shims and hardware, plus OE-matched features for virtually every vehicle on the road today,” Gaffney says, noting that product packaging has also been upgraded to help installers match the perfect pad to each customer.

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NAPA Rayloc says it offers a wide array of “good-better-best” options to meet virtually every vehicle and driving condition. Upgraded formulations are available for the Adaptive One, NAPA Ultra-Premium, NAPA Premium and Proformer lines.

“We want to give stores and service providers all the tools they need to build relationships with their customers based on trust and open knowledge,” Gaffney adds. “Our differentiated product line, intuitive packaging and the field support provided by NAPA Rayloc make that possible.”

NAPA also has included hardware kits in hundreds of additional disc brake pad sets across all its brands to ensure customers have everything needed to complete the "Perfect Brake Job."      

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“Worn hardware may look fine, but can cause heat damage, premature wear, reduced gas mileage and potential brake failure,” Gaffney says. “A small investment in fresh hardware can maintain optimal brake performance and maximize service life.”

For more information, visit www.napaonline.com.

 

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