Over the past few years the number of vans up to 3.5t and passenger utility cars has grown steadily on international roads. As such vehicles have to cover long distances in a comparatively short time, the individual components are always exposed to high levels of strain.
If any com-ponents, which are particularly vulnerable to wear fail, Wulf Gaertner Autoparts will get the vehicle back on the road. New additions to the product range are the stabiliser link repair kit for the Peugeot Boxer III, Fiat Ducato and Citroën Jumper III and the control arm repair kit for the Iveco Daily III and IV.
The current Wulf Gaertner Autoparts AG range consists of around 17,000 products. "In addition to products for PCs and trucks we have a large selection of spares for vans. This means that workshops can provide an efficient repair service to customers with vehicles in this category and a long and safe trip," says Sven Nielson, Head of Technical Engineering at Wulf Gaertner Autoparts.
Even better service with new stabiliser repair kit
Many of the most popular vans to be found on international roads such as the Peugeot Boxer III, Fiat Ducato and the Citroën Jumper III are getting on a bit. One problem that workshops are encountering is that worn original bushings or stabiliser links often make it necessary to replace the entire stabilizer link assembly. However, this is only available as a complete unit, making the repair unnecessarily expensive.
Wulf Gaertner Autoparts has resolved this problem and is now offering a new stabi-liser link repair set – Meyle no. 11-14 615 0013/S – with all the necessary stabiliser links and bushings in a single set so that individual parts can now be replaced much more easily. This low-cost repair alternative, which is in sync with work time allow-ances, is further proof of Wulf Gaertner Autoparts' commitment to the needs of driv-ers and provides the workshop with added value, which they can pass on to their customers.
Control arm bearing bushings for Iveco Daily – now available as a repair kit
Suspicious sounding rattling from the front axle? Workshops frequently encounter queries or complaints from customers concerned about the noise emanating from the axle. The diagnosis is likely to be worn bearing-bushings on the control arm. The cure: the new Wulf Gaertner Autoparts control arm repair kit – Meyle no. 214 610 0026/S – for Iveco Daily III and IV, containing the front and rear bearing bushing for the front axle control arm. If both the original bearing bushings are worn, the MEYLE repair set could well be a low-cost alternative to ordering the spares separately.