Covering some of the most popular applications on the road today, the new numbers are in stock and ready to ship.
The release includes 13 complete strut assemblies and 20 bare shock and strut assemblies.
The release includes 12 shock assemblies, five cab shocks and one steering stabilizer.
The new numbers account for more than 31 million vehicles on the road today (U.S. and Canada).
More and more aftermarket parts data receivers are requesting high-quality digital product data and application that conforms to the Auto Care ACES and PIES data standards.
APA made the announcement at its March Annual General Meeting.
The new part numbers include 55 complete strut assemblies, six shock absorbers and 21 bare strut assemblies.
FCS is a primary manufacturer of ride control products, focusing on the shock and strut market.
The new numbers account for more than 46 million vehicles on the road today (USA and Canada).