First Line Adds 30 References

BANBURY, U.K. — All-makes aftermarket specialist First Line Ltd. has introduced 30 new references, in the latest range expansion of its popular First Line and Borg & Beck product lines.

The company constantly develops new products to offer aftermarket products for a wider selection of vehicles than ever before and meet the demands of the expanding vehicle parc.

The 30 new parts include new additions to various product lines, including 22 new references in First Line Ltd.’s popular steering and suspension range, with further additions to the wheel bearings, braking, cables and filters ranges.

In the Borg & Beck Braking range, a new Front Brake Pad Set BBP2926 is available for Honda E 2019> cars, and BBS6539, a new brake shoe set is introduced for Suzuki Ignis 2016> vehicles.

In First Line Ltd.’s steering and suspension range, a new front lower ball joint, part FBJ5790/BBJ5790 (LH/RH), is available for 1.6-litre engine Hyundai Tucson 2020> models. New references FCA7913/BCA7913 (LH) and FCA7914/BCA7914 (RH) offers new suspension arms for 2.0-litre and 2.0-litre diesel Volvo V60 2018>, V90 2016>, XC60 2017> and XC90 2015> cars.

Further new introductions to the steering and suspension range include part numbers FCA7922/BCA7922 (LH) and FCA7923/BCA7923 (RH), rear upper suspension arm for BMW X3 2017> and X4 2018> models. New references FTR6244/BTR6244 (LH) and FTR6245/BTR6245 (RH) provide a new tie rod end for Citroen C4 2020> 1.2-litre and 1.5-litre diesel cars.

All of the company’s new-to-range products can be found in the online catalogue WebCat, allowing distributors access to the brand’s impressive portfolio of components.

Motor factors and their garage customers can stay up to date with the company’s latest new-to-range parts by subscribing to email updates at

Mike Geylin
Mike Geylin

Mike Geylin is the Editor-in-Chief at Hagman Media. Geylin has been in automotive communications for five decades working in all aspects of the industry from OEM to supplier to motorsports as well as reporting for both newspapers and magazines on the industry.