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CARDONE Launches Modulus Premium Steering Solutions


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Modulus, a new brand of CARDONE Industries Inc., has announced its debut as “the absolute solution for premium power-steering replacement products.”

Offering precisely engineered, brand-new components in custom packaging, Modulus represents a new approach to meet the changing demands of the steering aftermarket, the company said.

“As automotive technology evolves, the complexities within each system become more pronounced,” said Mark Mooberry, vice president, product management & business development. “In the case of power steering, we set out to blend job-in-a-box efficiency with a premium, brand-new product that simplifies the replacement process and offers peace of mind over the long haul.”

During research and development, Modulus engineers focused on streamlining the installation process by developing high-performance products that include the critical components needed to complete the job. From pre-installed pulleys, pipes and reservoirs to application-specific inline filters, Modulus premium steering products save time and money versus sourcing components individually or reusing worn components.

As for the components themselves, specific attention is taken to determine whether it’s best to pre-install them on the unit or simply include them in the box, according to CARDONE. This is all decided at the application level, so product configurations are based on the specific make, model and year of the vehicle the part is designed to fit.

“As a former shop owner, I am really excited about Modulus,” said Joseph End, manager, customer experience & tech services. “In addition to providing critical installation components, the inline filters we supply are guaranteed to fit each application without any modifications needed. Whether it’s a professional technician or DIYer installing our product, their time is just as important to us as it is to them.”

Modulus offers new power-steering pumps, rack-and-pinion units and power-steering gears with a 10-year, 100,000-mile warranty. It also offers a technical service hotline manned by experienced ASE-certified technicians. For more information on Modulus products, visit

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