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Wagner ThermoQuiet & SevereDuty Break Pad Sets

Federal-Mogul Motorparts

August 12, 2015 - Products

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The Wagner Brake brand from Federal-Mogul Motorparts has expanded its replacement brake pad coverage with the addition of several new premium pad sets available for more than 1.1 million late-model vehicles, including 2015 Ford Transit vans. 

“Wagner Brake continues to deliver leading-edge brake pad technologies for virtually every popular late-model vehicle. Automotive service professionals demand industry-leading products to help keep their customers safe, and we are meeting this need through a continued, strong investment in new coverage,” said Christopher Battershell, director of brake product management, North America, Federal-Mogul Motorparts.

New premium Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT brake pads now available include:

•     QC1736 - 2015 Nissan Rogue (front)

•     QC1707 - 2014-2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 (rear); 2014-2015 GMC Sierra 1500 (rear)

Each of the new Wagner ThermoQuiet CeramicNXT pad sets features one of the brand’s  OE21 low-copper friction formulations.

Wagner also has introduced two SevereDuty semi-metallic disc pad sets – SX1767 (front) and SX1766 (rear) – for 2014-2015 Dodge Charger Pursuit police vehicles.

Additionally, the following Wagner ThermoQuiet semi-metallic brake pad sets are now available:

•     MX1774 - 2015 Ford Transit-150 (front); 2015 Ford Transit-250 (front); 2015 Ford Transit-350 (front); 2015 Ford Transit-350 HD (front)

•     MX1775 - 2015 Ford Transit (rear); 2015 Ford Transit-250 (rear); 2015 Ford Transit-350 (rear); 2015 Ford Transit-350 HD (rear)

To learn more about these and other Wagner Brake products, please contact your brake parts provider and/or visit www.WagnerBrake.com.

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