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The new range of SACHS Air Springs from ZF Aftermarket is coming in October
When it comes to shock absorbers, SACHS’ quality, reliability and performance is unequalled. Now we take our damping product range even further, with new SACHS Air Springs. Designed to work better together with other SACHS products, SACHS Air Springs offer an innovative replacement solution for passenger cars in the Aftermarket.
Launching in July, ZF Aftermarket are doubling their SACHS OE CDC range for the Aftermarket
With around 34 million units produced, the SACHS CDC shock absorber has become one of the most popular products of the brand. This passenger car range extension will bring more than 30 new CDC dampers from the OE to the Independent Aftermarket.
ZF Aftermarket expands its range of electronically controlled dampers significantly
With around 28 million units produced, the CDC system is one of the most widely used electronic chassis systems for passenger cars. In order to provide workshops with the best possible support for maintenance work on vehicles with CDC dampers, ZF Aftermarket is expanding its offering in this area.
Even more durable: Sachs commercial vehicle shock absorbers with plastic dust cover now available
ZF Aftermarket is now increasing the service life of the dampers even further by offering Sachs commercial vehicle shock absorbers with plastic protective tubes for the aftermarket in addition to original equipment.
Rallies pose a challenge for for the vehicles as well as the teams and drivers. To ensure that the vehicles have the best possible grip, special shock absorbers are necessary. We have taken a closer look at them.
Get the current SACHS catalogs with everything about torque converters, suspension springs as well as clutches and clutch actuations. The new editions of our comprehensive, multi-language catalogs are now available.
Formula 1 engines produce nearly 1,000 hp and accelerate vehicles from 0 to 100 km/h in around two seconds. What is required is a specially developed high-performance clutch to transmit this power to the transmission.