ZF Aftermarket Expands Product Line with 36 New Parts

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ZF Aftermarket has announced the addition of 36 new part numbers to its extensive range of braking, transmission, and suspension components for the U.S. and Canadian markets. This includes ten new SACHS Continuous Damping Control (CDC) shock absorbers, enhancing the company’s portfolio of high-quality, OE-engineered parts designed to improve vehicle performance and safety.

Key Highlights

  • Introduction of 36 new part numbers for braking, transmission, and suspension components.
  • SACHS Continuous Damping Control (CDC) shocks: 10 new part numbers providing advanced damping technology.
  • 185 new products launched in 2024 under ZF, LEMFÖRDER, SACHS, TRW, and WABCO brands.
  • Expansion of TRW brake boosters and master cylinders with 12 new part numbers.

ZF Aftermarket’s continuous innovation and expansion have led to the introduction of 185 new products in 2024 across their various brands, including ZF, LEMFÖRDER, SACHS, TRW, and WABCO. This latest release brings the total number of new SACHS CDC shock absorbers to 60 for the year.

“Our customers are looking for competitive advantage, whether distributors or independent jobbers, and ZF Aftermarket is delivering that advantage with high quality, OE-engineered parts,” said Mark Cali, Head of Independent Aftermarket, USC for ZF Aftermarket. “Across all our brands, ZF Aftermarket is making it easier for vehicle technicians and owners to choose parts that help ensure repairs are right the first time.”

SACHS CDC shocks are designed to provide superior damping in various driving conditions. This cutting-edge technology continuously records variables affecting ride control and adjusts the damping force accordingly. The system considers road conditions, payload weight, and vehicle handling to ensure better stability and reduced stopping distances, resulting in a safer and more comfortable ride.

The TRW brake boosters and master cylinders line is the most extensive in the market, offering new (not remanufactured) original equipment brake boosters for European cars in the U.S. and Canadian aftermarket. These components are available in steel, aluminum, or cast iron, catering to diverse customer needs.

These newly introduced products are accessible through ZF distributors and online platforms such as Amazon and eBay, making it easier for technicians and vehicle owners to source reliable and high-quality parts.

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