TORONTO, CANADA – March 10, 2021 – Mevotech, a North American market leader in the engineering, design and manufacture of driveline, steering and suspension aftermarket parts, announced today the release of a TTX upper ball joint (TXMS50575).
Coverage for 2020-2014 GMC, Cadillac and Chevrolet SUVs and Trucks
With the release, Mevotech now offers complete front-end coverage for the 2020-2014 GMTK2XX platform within the TTX Terrain Tough line. This includes ball joints, upper and lower control arms which accommodate for the various revisions by OE to component design, as well as model variants. Stabilizer bar links and outer tie rod ends round out the coverage.
For steering and suspension repair solutions, Professional Technicians can now choose from the full TTX line for the over 5 million + popular GMC, Cadillac and Chevrolet SUVs and trucks in the United States and Canada.
Mevotech TTX Durability
Mevotech TTX parts feature patented technologies and application-specific upgrades for durable parts that last longer:
- Patented(US #9296271, #10605309 & #1052789) stepped, snap-in, directional
sintered metal bearings.
- Patented(US #9771971) locking dust boot design.
- Improved and reinforced forgings and cross-sections to reduce flex and loading on critical component areas.
- Install aids and hardware in the box for easier fitting
Mevotech is a trusted North American leader in the engineering and design of driveline, steering and suspension aftermarket auto parts. Since 1982, we have been revolutionizing the technician experience through design best practices, superior materials and rigorous quality control standards. Fueled by innovation, our brands feature engineering improvements for maximum durability and performance, as well as time and labor saving enhancements that drive bay efficiencies and increase shop revenues. Headquartered in Toronto, Ontario with Sales based in Denver, Colorado, we provide industry-leading parts coverage, backed by knowledgeable customer care and unmatched engineering support. www.mevotech.com.
Abby Maccarone, Marketing Manager