Schaeffler says its LuK, INA and FAG brands deliver genuine original equipment (OE) quality and reliability, and the addition of a recently launched range of steering & suspension components now means that the entire chassis system can be serviced by FAG repair solutions.
“What professional technicians are looking for is a complete repair solution, and that’s exactly what they get from FAG. We have taken three popular models across three vehicle segments – the Opel/Vauxhall Corsa IV, Ford Focus II and BMW 320D (F30,F80) – to demonstrate how you can use an FAG solution to replace almost every component on the chassis system,” says Andy Walters, Schaeffler REPXPERT and northern sales & key accounts manager.
“Our latest FAG Focus factsheet highlights the popular wear parts such as stabiliser rods, track control arms, tie rod ends, top strut mounts, control arm bushes and of course, wheel bearings, that are all now included in the comprehensive FAG chassis programme.
“Whether it’s down to wear and tear caused from driving on roads strewn with potholes, speed humps and width restrictions, or even accident damage, being able to carry out a complete repair using one trusted brand not only helps installers, who benefit from an OE quality solution that comes complete with all the ancillary parts they will need, but it also makes life easier for the factors supplying them.
“To back up our products, technicians get free access to the REPXPERT portal via our easy-to-use app. They can simply scan the label on any Schaeffler carton to find all the fitting instructions and technical data they need to carry out a complete, safe and professional repair.”
Information on Schaeffler products and systems, fitting instructions, labour times and much more can be found on the REPXPERT workshop portal at www.repxpert.co.uk – or by using the REPXPERT app, which is a free download for all iOS and Android devices.
Schaeffler will be exhibiting at next year’s Auto Trade EXPO, which takes place from May 7-8, 2022 at Citywest Exhibition Centre in Dublin.