FIRSTLINE cables for electronic handbrake systems

Published:  10 September, 2017

Traditionally considered a dealer-only part, First Line believes electronic handbrake cables could be an additional profit opportunity for the independent sector.


The company offers a range of brake, clutch, accelerator, speedometer and gear control cables in the aftermarket. Garages can correctly identify references using technical layout drawings in the various cataloguing solutions. All references are supplied with a
two-year/24,000 mile warranty.  


www.firstlineltd.com

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