Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket presents new products and solutions at AAPEX


The Automotive Aftermarket division of global automotive and industrial supplier Schaeffler is launching a full line of automotive engine timing kits as well as replacement torque converters at the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) 2021, which will take place this week of November 2-4 at Sands Expo and Caesars Forum in Las Vegas. In addition to a full selection of wheel bearings and seals for import and domestic vehicles, visitors to booth A2232 (located at AAPEX 2021 in Sands Expo Level 2 – Automotive Aftermarket Central) will also be able to experience the hybrid P2 PACE Award-winning 2021 from Schaeffler. Module for rear-wheel drive transmissions.

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INA TIMING CHAIN ​​KIT: available for over 95% of American, Asian and European vehicles
Schaeffler has significantly expanded its line of automotive engine timing kits and components for customers in the United States and Canada. As a result of this initiative, Schaeffler’s engine distribution product portfolio now covers more than 95% of all American, Asian and European vehicles currently in circulation in Canada and the United States – one of the most widely covered comprehensive information from all automotive aftermarket suppliers. . “As the only original equipment supplier of automotive engine timing kits and components to offer a comprehensive aftermarket coverage program in the United States and Canada, our customers know when you want OE quality , you want Schaeffler, ”said Mike Cargill, Category Manager. – Product management Automotive Aftermarket Americas North at Schaeffler.

Available in chain drive and belt drive versions, Schaeffler’s INA motor KITs for automotive timing drive systems contain all the components needed for a complete, quick and easy repair: chains / belts, tensioners, gears and undercarriages. of gears, guide rails, fasteners and VCT components. All Schaeffler INA timing chain KITs also include the company’s proprietary chain additive “Chain Protect”, developed together with the renowned global oil and lubricant specialist Liqui Moly.

LuK TorCon: The NEW Torque Converter Repair Solution

Designed by the original equipment designer and manufacturer of over 30 million torque converters, Schaeffler presents its latest game changer for the automotive aftermarket: LuK TorCon – the first and only new converter replacement torque (not rebuilt). Designed and manufactured by Schaeffler to the most demanding specifications in the industry, TorCon aftermarket torque converters feature:

  • 100% new parts
  • Industry leading LuK friction material
  • INA Premium thrust bearings (no plastic parts)
  • Impeller and impeller entirely brazed in the furnace
  • Peace of Mind: 100% Pressure Tested, Tested to Lock Out and Accurately Balanced
  • Schaeffler wheel bearings and seals

AAPEX attendees will be able to explore Schaeffler’s wide selection of replacement wheel bearings and seals for import and domestic vehicles. From tapered wheel bearings to fully integrated hub units to rugged sealing solutions, Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket products are designed and manufactured to meet the highest quality standards.

A PACE Award winner 2021: the P2 hybrid module from Schaeffler
Schaeffler is also showcasing its P2 hybrid module for rear-wheel drive transmissions at AAPEX 2021. A recent winner of the Automotive News 2021 PACE award, Schaeffler’s hybrid module is an achievement in terms of design and packaging. The module houses an electric motor and a disconnect clutch which are mounted between an engine and a transmission. By integrating the electric motor with the torque converter, the Schaeffler P2 hybrid module is so compact that it can adapt to various vehicle platforms.

Original quality parts for every repair need
All Schaeffler aftermarket products are subjected to rigorous, industry-leading quality testing, with each component engineered to meet applicable original equipment specifications. “Schaeffler is committed to meeting the auto repair needs of every customer,” said Mike Cargill, “whether you repair 100 engines in your repair shop every week, or just the one in your home garage.”


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