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Centric Parts Enhances Offerings with More than 350 New Parts for 2012 Model Year Vehicles

Centric’s newest late model applications include brake pads/shoes, discs/drums and calipers, as well as sensor wires, hardware kits, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, repair kits, brake hoses, hubs, bearings and seals for a wide variety of makes and models.

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LOS ANGELES – Centric Parts announced that it released more than 350 new part numbers in July, covering dozens of 2012 model year vehicles. These new applications, which are available today, enhance Centric Parts’ award-winning line of aftermarket brake components for most popular late model foreign and domestic vehicles, the company says.

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In announcing the new additions in July, Centric also noted that since its beginning, the company has enjoyed a reputation for “being the first in the industry to offer replacement parts for new vehicles.” Centric’s newest late model applications include brake pads/shoes, discs/drums and calipers, as well as the following sensor wires, hardware kits, master cylinders, wheel cylinders, repair kits, brake hoses, hubs, bearings and seals for a wide variety of makes and models.

Sensor Wires
2012 BMW 128i
    Front 116.34066 (1)
    Rear 116.34071 (1)

2012 BMW 135i
    Front 116.34065 (1)
    Rear 116.34071 (1)

Hardware Kits
2009-2012 Acura TL
    Front 117.40037
    Rear 117.40046
    PB 118.40017

2012 BMW 128i
    Front 117.34031
    Rear 117.34006

2012 BMW 135i
    Front 117.34033
    Rear 117.34032

2007-2012 Buick Enclave
    Front 117.66023
    Rear 117.66014

2009-2012 Chevrolet Colorado
    Front 117.66023

2012 Chevrolet Impala
    Front 117.62057

2012 Chevrolet Malibu
    Front 117.62053
    Rear 117.62054

2007-2012 Chevrolet Traverse
    Front 117.66023

The complete list of Centric Parts offerings is available at www.centricparts.com.

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