First Line to provide technicians with unique layout diagrams

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First Line to provide technicians with unique layout diagrams
First Line Ltd releases easy to identify engine mounting layout diagrams.

First Line believes that it doesn’t matter how great a company’s products are if you can’t accurately link them to the application, which is why it invests heavily in ensuring that the research and data mapping is carried out to a consistently high standard.

When it comes to engine mountings, product identification can be quite challenging, with 39 different positions for both ‘in line’ and ‘transverse’ layouts.

To enable the accurate lookup of an engine mounting, First Line has released easy to identify layout diagrams for every single part number.

Available via the First Line WebCat, MAM and shortly, TecDoc, the diagrams also help the supplier’s customers make sure they are buying the correct product for their specific needs, therefore saving them time and money.

With more than 900 part numbers in its comprehensive engine mount range, First Line Ltd covers in excess of 20,000 individual applications but is constantly updating the programme to ensure its customers have access to the best possible vehicle parc coverage.

This policy is evident with the addition of more than 60 new part numbers during 2016 and the fact that the range includes rubber, hydraulic and, with the most recent addition, electronically controlled hydro engine mountings.

This latest part number added to the range – FEM4242 – fits Audi A4, A5 and Q5 models with TDI engines.

The parts specialist is renowned for consistently updating its product ranges to reflect the adoption of new and innovative technology in vehicle design, and this development is in keeping with the company’s desire to provide the independent aftermarket with what they need, when they need it.

For more information on the products available from First Line Ltd, please call the sales team on 01869 248484 or follow the ‘more details’ link below.

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