TrakMotive Releases 87 New Part Numbers - Tire Review Magazine

TrakMotive Releases 87 New Part Numbers

New numbers cover over 17.4 million part opportunities.

TrakMotive has released 87 new part numbers which include automotive CV axles, ATV CV axles, driveshafts and CV intermediate shafts. These units are all in stock and ready to ship.

New numbers cover over 17.4 million part opportunities, including 55 automotive CV axles; four CV intermediate shafts; 15 driveshaft assemblies; and 13 new ATV CV axles, including six HD applications.

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