New-to-range items cover 156 vehicle applications.
Lesjöfors Springs has intensified its new to range introductions with the recent addition of 56 new coil springs.
Covering 156 vehicle applications, new front and rear coil spring references cover the following vehicle makes and models: Audi A1, BMW i3, Fiat 500, Ford C-Max and Transit, Mercedes-Benz CLA, Subaru Impreza, Toyota Camry and Volvo V40.
Lesjöfors coil springs are produced using superior grade spring steel at the company’s own factories, which ensures high quality standards and full control over availability.
The company offers both parallel wire (constant thickness) and tapered wire spring designs, offering more choice to the vehicle technician.
Besides superior grade spring steel, and carefully controlled heat treatment, Lesjofors Springs are put through an advanced multi stage zinc phosphate treatment, and then coated with a highly durable epoxy powder paint to minimise corrosion.
This provides a highly durable OE quality product and peace of mind for installers.
The new references can be found on MAM Software and TecDoc cataloguing systems.
As an A-Rated ‘Certified Supplier’ by both systems, customers can be assured that all Lesjöfors product data is both accurate and up-to-date.
Also new are eight gas springs covering Audi S1 Quattro, S5 Cabriolet Quattro and Volkswagen Polo Cross.
Gas spring failures are more common during winter months (as lower temperatures expose underlying deterioration) and Lesjöfors boasts the widest range available in the automotive industry, bringing a ‘dealership-perceived’ product to the aftermarket.
All springs are supplied complete with end fittings for ease of installation and there are more than 1600 part numbers available covering a wide variety of European and Asian applications.
Finally, for Lesjöfors OE-quality leaf spring range for 4WD and LCVs, four new leaf springs have been introduced covering popular Ford Ranger, Toyota Hilux and Volkswagen Amarok applications.
To find out more, click here.
|Visit the Auto Torque blog to catch-up on the latest industry news.|