SUPPLIER UPDATE: PRIVATE LABEL BRAKE RANGE IN AT EAG

Component distributor EAG has announced exclusive distribution of ‘Celect’ branded brake pads and discs in the UK.

‘Celect’ label pads

The range comprises of pads made from three very specific materials, where many other brands will offer only one. Covering European, Japanese and Asian models, the Celect brake pads have been developed to provide the best performance, while still emitting a minimum amount of noise, reduced brake dust and low disc wear.

READ: EXCEL AUTOMOTIVE GROUP ACQUIRED BY AUTOELECTRO BOSS

The Celect brake pad range is manufactured in line with original equipment (OE) requirements, holds ECE R90 approval and is fitted with the RSR (Rubber Steel Rubber) shims – slotted and chamfered. The range also comes complete with a full accessory kit within the box, which includes wear sensors (where applicable), caliper bolts, abutment clips and rubber caps.

The newcomers add to EAG’s range, which also includes steering and suspension components, transmission and engine parts, Monroe shock absorbers and coil springs, Suplex coil springs, Champion wiper blades, and performance stock in the form of Brembo brake pads and discs.

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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