New Raybestos Brand Brake and Chassis Parts Released for Popular 2013 Foreign and Domestic Nameplates

Mar 29, 2012

More than 1,200 Listings Added to Catalog for 2013 Models

Every time you’re at the wheel, Raybestos® brand chassis parts – a member of the Affinia family of brands – are prepared to be “Your Complete Undercar Solution”… always delivering the Aftermarket’s best design for the application.

Continuing first to market dominance… brake pads, brake rotors, brake calipers, hoses, master cylinders and electronic wear sensors have been added to the Raybestos brakes catalog for the following 2013 Audi, Ford, Lexus and VW models:

• Audi A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, R8, S4, S5, TT, Q5 and Q7
• Ford Mustang, Taurus and Edge
• Lexus GS250, GS350 and GS450h
• VW Beetle, Eos, Golf, GTI, Passat and Tiguan

Chassis coverage is also amplified for the above makes and models. Ball joints, sway bar links, strut mounts, tie rod ends, control arms and bushings have been added to the Raybestos chassis catalog.

For more information on Raybestos brand brake or chassis parts, visit www.raybestoschassis.com or call 800-323-0354.

Raybestos® brand brake parts are produced by affiliated companies in Affinia’s Global Brake & Chassis Group, the leading manufacturer of braking systems in the transportation industry. The Raybestos brakes product line includes everything from brake drums to rotors, pads, shoes, calipers and hydraulic parts. Raybestos brand racing brakes are used by premier teams such as Joe Gibbs Racing, Roush Fenway Racing and Richard Petty Motorsports in NASCAR® competition. For more information about Raybestos brakes, visit Raybestos.com.

Affinia Group Inc. is an innovative global leader in the design, manufacture, distribution and marketing of industrial grade products and services, including extensive offerings of aftermarket parts for automotive and heavy-duty vehicles. With approximately $2.0 billion in annual revenue, Affinia has operations in North and South America, Europe and Asia. For more information, visit www.affiniagroup.com.

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6 thoughts on “New Raybestos Brand Brake and Chassis Parts Released for Popular 2013 Foreign and Domestic Nameplates

  1. fktheworld2:ok guys i just changed my rear pads and roorts and i took out the brake line for both of them as i had to twist the calipper piston in order for it to push down .so when i was done, i tried pumping my brakes and when the car is off it pumps a little and doesnt sink all the way but when i turn the car on the brake pedal sinks all the way down and brakes dont work at all .what is wrong do i have to bleed the brakes cuz i didnt? and how come no brake works at all its like failed brakes

    • The threads have to line up prttey much exact to get it brake line to screw in. If it looks a little crooked bend the line just a little and it should start. If there is no room to bend it you can take a box end wrench and put on the nut and bend it putting leverage on the wrench. Good luck.

    • There are a few types of threads for brake lines. I ssguegt you compare your original fitting to the new one. There is not much difference,so be careful not to force a wrong fitting into your wheel cylinder or else it may leak. I hope this answers your question.

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    • I had a similar prelbom on the front axle of my ’90 ranger. It turned out that the flare on the end of the brake line was wrong. I had a bubble flare and it needed to be a double flare. The bubble flare looks like a bubble on the end of the line while the double flare is flatter. If you still have your old line compare the ends to be sure they are the same.

    • There are a few types of threads for brake lines. I segugst you compare your original fitting to the new one. There is not much difference,so be careful not to force a wrong fitting into your wheel cylinder or else it may leak. I hope this answers your question.

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