With the shift towards low emission zones and the EU’s demand for CO2 neutrality by 2035, the automotive industry is rapidly moving towards electric vehicles. Therefore, Sidem has developed an extensive range of specialized parts for Battery Electrical Vehicles (BEVs).
Sidem introduces new axial joint kits
A practical and time-saving solution for workshops and garage owners
- Introduction of new axial joint kits
- 9 kit references added for many car brands
- Complete sets for a full repair job
To prevent future problems it’s better to do the check-up of the whole car system and replace steering and suspension parts in sets. For this reason Sidem offers complete axial joint kits including all parts necessary for a successful repair. This not only saves time and money for workshops, it increases the customer satisfaction as well.
Easy to install
Sidem’s axial joint kits contain all the parts needed to get the repair job immediately done right. Composed with a focus on convenience, they are mainly easy to install and perfectly tailored to the needs of car technicians and mechanics.
Thanks to extensive testing and a strict quality control the axial joint kits are composed with parts of premium quality.
|New kit references|
|49214||Mercedes Sprinter / VW Crafter|
|5110||Renault / Opel-Vauxhall / Nissan / Fiat|
|5111||Renault Kangoo II / Mercedes Citan|
|5112||Renault Megane II – Scénic II|
|5113||Renault / Nissan Kubistar|
|5114||Renault Clio – Modus|
|63012||Porsche Boxster – Cayman – 911|
|9218||Opel-Vauxhall Vectra C|
|9219||Opel-Vauxhall / Fiat|
Because ball joints in BEVs are subject to extra torque, they are designed and built to handle this additional impact.
Since electrical cars produce less noise and vibration compared to cars with internal combustion engines, the suspension system in a BEV is designed with a greater focus on minimizing road noise and vibrations transmitted to the cabin.