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How To: Change the Brake Pads and Rotors On A 2010 to 2014 Subaru Outback
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ADVICS is expanding its line of brake rotors by adding approximately 28 million to its vehicle-in-operation (VIO) axle coverage.
Each of the 67 brake rotors are certified high-carbon and fully coated, offering premium protection against rust and corrosion.
“We are always excited to broaden the coverage for our customers, allowing them to service more vehicles with ultra-premium quality parts,” said Gil Pulliam, senior manager of the Aftermarket Department for ADVICS. “These certified high-carbon brake rotors provide better fade resistance, optimal performance and power, and we can’t wait for shops to start servicing customer vehicles with this incredible product.”
As a member of the AISIN Group of companies, ADVICS aftermarket products are sold through AISIN World Corp. of America, located in Torrance, California. All new part numbers from the product-line expansion are currently in stock at AISIN warehouses in the United States and are available for immediate purchase.
This expanded brake-rotor coverage will be one of several topics presented at the AISIN/ADVICS booth No. A4657 at AAPEX, scheduled for Nov. 1-3 in Las Vegas.
In addition to brake rotors, ADVICS offers an extensive portfolio of ultra-premium brake-system components that have been designed, engineered and manufactured to work together. The current comprehensive ADVICS product offerings consist of ultra-premium disc brake pads, rotors, calipers, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, boosters and all-new DOT 3 and DOT 4 LV brake-fluid formulas.
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