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National strengthens aftermarket grip with new brake hose range


11 Sep 2019

Category: Articles, Press Releases, Product News

National Auto Parts has announced the launch of its new brake hose range, as it responds to aftermarket demand and continues its commitment to keeping its clutch and brake offering up to date.

This initial launch consists of a range of 100 part numbers, covering the top selling hoses within the UK and Ireland, and vehicle applications covering some of the world’s most popular makes and models. Each brake hose is precision engineered to ensure exact fitting, either meeting or exceeding DOT, Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS 106) and SAE J1401 standards. Brackets, grommets, moulded plastic guards, wire clips, and protective sleeves are also included as required.

All tubing is manufactured from high grade steel and electroplated with a zinc coating, delivering superior corrosion and rust resistance against elements such as high humidity, road salt, water, and grime. The range also includes brake hoses featuring banjo end fittings that come with new copper washers to ensure proper sealing. Every brake hose is subjected to a high-pressure quality assurance test before leaving the factory.

National has built its reputation by providing the aftermarket with high quality products combined with a huge depth of range and outstanding product availability, positioning the company as number one choice for motor factors and independent garages.

The new brake hose range was unveiled for the very first time by National at Automechanika Birmingham in June, alongside two other new product groups of brake shoes and wheel cylinders.

David Houlden, National Auto Parts Managing Director, said: “National is on an upwards trajectory as far as range expansion, business growth and new products are concerned, and there are no signs of us stopping as market demand increases.”

Find out more

The new brake hose parts are listed in the online catalogue which can be found on the website at www.national-auto.co.uk, or via MAM Software’s AutoCat cataloguing system or TecDoc.

Fast facts: National’s new brake hose range

•           Initial launch range of 100 references

•           2 Year / 20,000 mile “no quibble” guarantee

•           Trouble-free installation

•           Fully catalogued on TecDoc and MAM

•           Large stockholding

•           Ongoing development

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