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ZF Services Expands Late Model And Foreign Nameplate Coverage

ZF Services North America has announced the release of its new 2013 Sachs Clutch Catalog with expanded coverage for late-model vehicles and foreign nameplates.

ZF Services North America has announced the release of its new 2013 Sachs Clutch Catalog with expanded coverage for late-model vehicles and foreign nameplates.

Since the release of the 2010 Sachs Clutch Catalog, ZF Services has added 126 new parts, including 83 new clutch kits. With the newly added clutch kits, the Sachs-branded program provides OE-quality replacement clutch solutions for more than 95 percent of foreign and domestic vehicles in the U.S. through model year 2009, according to the company.

Sachs also has increased its solid and dual-mass flywheel coverage with 26 new part numbers, representing a 17 percent expansion over the previous catalog’s offering.

“Our 2013 Sachs clutch catalog represents a program that uses our OE expertise and offers the aftermarket quality and real-world solutions shop owners demand for labor-intensive clutch installations,” said Mark Cali, product management and marketing manager, ZF Services North America LLC.

The new catalog is available in print and electronic formats through a Sachs authorized distributor or the customer service department.

 

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