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GSF Introduces Bendix Brakes

GSF Car Parts has a long history of selling Bendix braking products in the UK.

The Bendix brand has been a leader in braking technology for nearly 100 years. It was used in the development and manufacturing of the first four-wheel automotive braking system in 1924. Bendix also introduced the first semi-metallic brake pads and the first duo-servo hydraulic drum brakes. By the late 1960s Bendix was the world leader supplying automotive braking products to more vehicle manufacturers than any other producer.

We have now introduced a large amount of the Bendix products into range at a competitive price. All of these can be found on our website under your vehicle registration, if you need any help, please contact us!


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