Get fresh with Spring Garage Essentials

Published:  02 May, 2019

The Parts Alliance’s Spring Garage Essentials catalogue has been released, and features a huge number of new suppliers and exclusive products.

Garages can gleam again thanks to the new Angry Jester hot and cold pressure washer. The group also continues to build on the success of the Bendix braking brand with a new range of brake tooling and bleeding solutions. The cover meanwhile points garages towards being 1234YF air con ready with a Denso air con service station.

Draper Tools makes a return showing new automotive trade tools including a digital 3D four wheel aligner, service tablet and code readers. Roller cabinets, a technician’s ‘megakit’ and cleaning equipment complete the line up.

Absolute Alignment are also there, offering the latest revenue-generating Bluetooth wheel aligners while EAE debut new wheel alignment four post lifts from £5,995 + VAT.

“It’s an exceptional issue for new products,” said John Wright Product Marketing Director at The Parts Alliance. “There’s a lot here that we hope garages will get excited about seeing.

“We know last season 1234YF really arrived in the aftermarket, so the Denso A/C unit looks likely to sell well.”

The 68 page A4 publication is available now free to UK garages from all branches of The Parts Alliance members Allparts, Bromsgrove Motor Factors, Car Parts & Accessories, CES, GMF, SAS Autoparts, SC Motor Factors, Waterloo and GSF Car Parts.

  

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