Introduction new steering & suspension parts for VOLVO V60 II

  • New items available from stock
  • Overview of all references via Sidem online catalogue:

Sidem, the European manufacturer of steering and suspension parts, is presenting its newest additions to the range of steering and suspension parts. Article references are now immediately available from stock for: VOLVO V60 II.

New to range items VOLVO V60 II

In the table an overview of all new items for VOLVO V60 II can be found.

02/2018 ->
67013 Part of 31 429 234* AXIAL JOINT
67286 31 360 583 BALL JOINT REAR
67664 31 387 674 STABILISER LINK LEFT
67665 31 387 675 STABILISER LINK RIGHT
867618 Part of 30 714 422* SILENTBLOCK FOR TRACK CONTROL ARM
867624 Part of 31 360 630* SILENTBLOCK FOR TRACK CONTROL ARM

Highest coverage numbers

With the largest and deepest range of premium quality parts, Sidem is Europe’s true specialist producing steering and suspension parts. This is the most important reason why Sidem is able to offer the highest coverage in a region or market when it comes to steering and suspension parts. Go to Sidem’s complete catalogue for all new references.

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