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Centric Parts Announces New Products for 2012 Models

These parts are available today, according to Centric.

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LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Centric Parts, which includes the StopTech and Power Slot brands, has announced the availability of new applications in its award-winning line of aftermarket brake components for most popular late model foreign and domestic vehicles.

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Centric’s newest late model applications include:

Brake Pads/Shoes
2009-2012 Acura TL
·    Front 105.11020
·    Rear 105.11030
·    PB Shoe 111.08570

2012 Audi A5 Cabriolet
·    Front 116.33006 (TRW / Girling Brakes)
·    Rear 104.13860

2011 BMW X1 28i  Gas
·    Front 104.09180
·    Rear 104.11700

2011 BMW X1 20d  Diesel
·    Front 104.12600
·    Rear 104.12670

2012 Dodge RAM 1500 Pickup
·    Front 106.10840
·    Rear 106.08980
·    PB Shoe 111.09470

2012 Dodge RAM 3500 Pickup
·    Front 106.13990
·    Rear 106.14000
·    PB Shoe 111.08540

2012 Ford Mustang with Brembo Kit
·    Front 104.10010

2011 Hyundai Equus
·    Front 105.13960
·    Rear 105.12840
·    PB Shoe 111.09630

2012 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
·    Front 105.13960
·    PB Shoe 111.09630

2012 Infiniti M37, M56 Hybrid
·    Front 105.08880
·    Rear 105.09050

Discs/Drums
2009-2012 Acura TL
·    Front 120.40075
·    Rear 120.40074

2011 BMW X1 28i  Gas
·    Front 120.34093
·    Rear 120.34080

2011 BMW X1 20d  Diesel
·    Front 120.34108
·    Rear 120.34091

2012 Dodge RAM 1500 Pickup
·    Front 120.67053

2012 Dodge RAM 3500 Pickup
·    Front 120.67072
·    Rear 120.67073

2012 Fiat 500
·    Front 121.04002
·    Rear 121.04001

2012 Ford Mustang with Brembo Kit
·    Front 120.61089
·    Rear 120.61087

2011 Hyundai Equus
·    Front 120.51042

2012 Hyundai Genesis Sedan
·    Front 120.51042 (except V6)
·    Rear 120.51031

2012 Infiniti M37, M56 Hybrid
·    Front 120.42080
·    Rear 120.42078

These parts are available today, according to Centric. The complete list of Centric Parts offerings is available at www.centricparts.com.

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