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Dayton Parts launches ADB application guide for replacement parts

Jan. 27, 2022
The 30-page easy-to-use visual guide makes it simple for aftermarket distributors and vehicle operators to identify the correct replacement components on all major original equipment air disc brake models.

Dayton Parts, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dorman Products, Inc., announced during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week ’22 (HDAW), the launch of its air disc brake (ADB) application guide. The 30-page easy-to-use visual guide makes it simple for aftermarket distributors and vehicle operators to identify the correct replacement components on all major original equipment ADB models.

“In today’s commercial transportation climate, now more than ever, minimizing downtime is crucial,” said Walt Sherbourne, vice president of marketing for Dayton Parts. “This new air disc brake application guide makes finding the right replacement component quick and easy allowing for timely maintenance, getting vehicles back on the road as fast as possible.”

The application guide includes a variety of user-friendly features for stress-free navigation and faster access to essential replacement part details, including:

  • Easy-to-follow reference tabs for well-organized flow and readability
  • Pad visual reference/match tool for efficient identification of the correct ADB model
  • A variety of product photos including unique pad retainer bar images for ADB model clarification
  • Comprehensive cross reference of over 175 part numbers to assist with replacement requirements

Copies of the new air disc brake application guide can be obtained through daytonparts.com, publication SB-FC100.