Recognizing the global shift in momentum from traditional internal combustion towards hybrid and electric powertrains, Dayco is significantly growing its chassis system offering, with the launch of a comprehensive range of more than 3,300 original equipment equivalent steering and suspension components, which include axle joints, tie rod ends/assemblies and steering boots, as well as track control arms, ball joints, stabilizer links and bushes.

The range has been manufactured to OE equivalent standards for both performance and durability and has therefore been tested and verified during its production to stringent certified quality control protocols. Additional product testing to check for material fatigue and dimensional accuracy issupplemented by the application of an environmentally friendly electrophoretic coating, for long lasting protection against salt spray and other chemicals, as well as impacts and scratches, which all contribute to ensure that the program adheres to Dayco’s demanding brand requirements.

In accordance with the company’s consistent brand identity, the steering and suspension program is powerfully presented in robust packaging, resplendent in Dayco’s distinctive corporate imagery, which again further endorses the professional approach it takes to every aspect of its aftermarket business and in support of its valued customers.

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