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WABCO launches aftermarket shock absorbers

WABCO a producer of electronic braking, stability, suspension and transmission control systems, announced the launch of a new range of chassis and cabin shock absorbers covering a broad range of truck-, trailer-, and bus-applications worldwide, including integrated pneumatic cabin suspensions and the latest commercial vehicle ranges.

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WABCO a producer of electronic braking, stability, suspension and transmission control systems, announced the launch of a new range of chassis and cabin shock absorbers covering a broad range of truck-, trailer-, and bus-applications worldwide, including integrated pneumatic cabin suspensions and the latest commercial vehicle ranges.

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By offering WABCO products for more than 400 chassis and cabin shock absorber applications, the company said it can provide customers with a one-stop-solution.

The new shock absorbers feature long product lifetime and simple installation achieved through a high durability bushing, the company said. In addition to reduced wear and maintenance costs, drivers should experience improved driving safety and comfort.

A special sealing system and hydraulic fluids that are temperature resistant allow for a better absorbing reaction and more consistent damping over a temperature range from -40 C to 80 C.

For more information, visit http://www.wabco-auto.com/.

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