Source: Raybestos release
MCHENRY, Ill. –The Raybestos® website at www.raybestos.com offers training resources that repair professionals and auto enthusiasts can access free-of-charge, including how-to videos, technical bulletins, braking news and tech tips to expand the knowledge needed to perform the textbook brake job.
“Raybestos has been known as the best in brakes for over 100 years for a reason,” said Kristin Grons, marketing manager, Brake Parts Inc. “In addition to supplying top-quality brake products, we focus on ways to provide extra value to our customers. The resources section of the Raybestos website is frequently updated and always available. Customers can visit when it’s most convenient for them to learn about product advancements, learn brake repair techniques and view technical bulletins.”
With more than 75 videos available, technicians can watch brief how-to sessions with company trainers from a wide variety of topics, including “How Electronic Parking Brakes Work,” “How to Repair a Brake Hose” and “Adjusting Parking Brakes,” just to name a few. The full selection of videos can be viewed at www.brakepartsinc.com/raybestos/how-to-videos.
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The company offers technical bulletins that cover various brake conditions that are known to occur in vehicles. These bulletins can help technicians troubleshoot a problem when a vehicle is in their shop and find a solution. Each technical bulletin contains the vehicle involved, the condition and the repair procedure.
Braking News covers brake industry topics to assist technicians in their day-to-day job routine, while tech tips provide general brake repair topics that every technician should know. The frequently asked questions come from technicians on a regular basis and can be used as a resource when performing a brake job.
Raybestos® has been known as the best in brakes for over 100 years. With a demonstrated commitment to research, development and testing, Raybestos is widely recognized for quality brake components, including friction, rotors, drums, calipers and hydraulic products. The brand was the first to introduce Enhanced Hybrid Technology (EHT®) with its Element3® brake pads, delivering the best attributes of ceramic and semi-metallic for optimal performance, improved pad wear and durability, and increased stopping power during aggressive braking. Raybestos is the licensed flagship brand of Brake Parts Inc, a global supplier to major auto parts organizations. To learn more, visit www.raybestos.com.