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TRW Aftermarket publishes two new braking catalogues

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TRW Aftermarket has published two new catalogues to support its market leading braking programmes across Europe; one for its range of friction parts and one for TRW branded calipers, Brake & Superkits and ABS sensors. The catalogues contain parts for passenger cars (PC) and light commercial vehicles (LCV).

Stefan von Linden, Data Controller for TRW Aftermarket, explained: “We constantly update the content and design of our catalogues to meet the needs of our ever changing customer base.

“In our position as a leading global braking supplier and at the specific request of our customers, we have paid particular attention to generic identification. As a direct result of this, these publications offer an enhanced service in terms of language translation and images.”

Friction catalogue – part number XDD910F - contains information on more than 4800 part numbers for: brake pads; brake shoes; Brake Kits & Superkits; brake discs; brake drums; Fitting Kits and wear indicators. Easy to navigate, it is divided into four parts. The applications section features TRW’s double page design of part information on the left and images on the right. Another section has an overview table of TRW’s programme of DTEC (less dust, premium performance) brake pads. The information section contains a detailed vehicle manufacturer (VM) model overview; as well as country specific models and a translation table in 22 languages for page numbers and icon abbreviations. The final section contains all WVA numbers for brake pads (i).

Calipers (and accessories), Brake & Superkits and Anti-lock braking (ABS) sensors – part number XDB930A - includes information for more than 3300 part numbers. The five key sections are: an applications section; a buyer’s guide; a section offering more than 9,700 Original Equipment (OE) cross references; a section containing pictures and measurements – with the images portrayed in the same way as on Tecdoc for uniform identification, and lastly a section for language specific model names and page indicators.

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(i) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WVA_number

TRW Aftermarket has published two new catalogues to support its market leading braking programmes across Europe; one for its range of friction parts and one for TRW branded calipers, Brake & Superkits and ABS sensors. The catalogues contain parts for passenger cars (PC) and light commercial vehicles (LCV).

Stefan von Linden, Data Controller for TRW Aftermarket, explained: “We constantly update the content and design of our catalogues to meet the needs of our ever changing customer base.

“In our position as a leading global braking supplier and at the specific request of our customers, we have paid particular attention to generic identification. As a direct result of this, these publications offer an enhanced service in terms of language translation and images.”

Friction catalogue – part number XDD910F - contains information on more than 4800 part numbers for: brake pads; brake shoes; Brake Kits & Superkits; brake discs; brake drums; Fitting Kits and wear indicators. Easy to navigate, it is divided into four parts. The applications section features TRW’s double page design of part information on the left and images on the right. Another section has an overview table of TRW’s programme of DTEC (less dust, premium performance) brake pads. The information section contains a detailed vehicle manufacturer (VM) model overview; as well as country specific models and a translation table in 22 languages for page numbers and icon abbreviations. The final section contains all WVA numbers for brake pads (i).

Calipers (and accessories), Brake & Superkits and Anti-lock braking (ABS) sensors – part number XDB930A - includes information for more than 3300 part numbers. The five key sections are: an applications section; a buyer’s guide; a section offering more than 9,700 Original Equipment (OE) cross references; a section containing pictures and measurements – with the images portrayed in the same way as on Tecdoc for uniform identification, and lastly a section for language specific model names and page indicators.

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(i) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WVA_number

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