The First Line Group (FLG) has introduced 251 new-to-range (NTR) additions to its Borg & Beck braking programme in 2014, taking the range to more than 4,000 ‘live’ part numbers.
Among the 2014 NTR introductions are part numbers for several newer applications, which FLG believes are not readily available from other braking suppliers. These include front brake pads for the Vauxhall Adam 10/12 > (BBP2388), Renault Clio IV 11/12 > (BBP2407) and Ford Transit Custom 2.2TD 12/12 > (BBP2414); rear brake pads for the VW Golf VII 11/12 > (BBP2402); front brake discs for the Vauxhall Mokka 06/12 > (BBD5314) and Ford B-Max 10/12 > (BBD5316); rear brake discs for the Fiat 500L 09/12 > (BBD5312) and Hyundai i30 11/11 > (BBD5327).
In addition, FLG’s in-house cables expertise has allowed it to solve one of the aftermarket’s most complicated riddles: that of the brake cables for Ford’s Mk.V and VI Transits.
FLG has issued a product bulletin that clarifies the correct front, intermediate and rear cables fitted to all variations of these popular vans. The document details how the cables can vary depending on the vehicle’s wheelbase, the month it was manufactured, if it has single or twin rear wheels or if it is fitted with rear discs or drum brakes. There are a total of 38 different part numbers used on Mk.V & VI Transit models, so the correct identification of these parts is critical for product selection.
FLG say strength of the Borg & Beck brand coupled with the high specification of the product and particular focus on being first to market with latest applications, gives customers the confidence they are using premium components. The range is supported by a comprehensive print and online catalogue.
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