The Addition of Wheels Enhances the Value of Partslink in the Collision Repair Process
Smithfield, RI — Partslink, a leading provider of automotive parts data and cataloging solutions, is pleased to announce a significant enhancement to its product catalog. The company has added two new part types to its extensive catalog, further solidifying its position as a comprehensive resource for the automotive collision repair industry.
The new additions, “Steel Wheel” and “Alloy Wheel,” are now available in Partslink’s database, offering subscribers an even wider selection of wheel options for various vehicles. These additions are aimed at meeting the diverse needs of the automotive collision repair industry.
Key Features of the New Wheel Part Types:
- Variety of Fitment Information: The VARIABLES field in the database provides detailed fitment information for each wheel part. This includes data such as wheel size, specific fitment details, and more. For example, a part may be described as “22×9″; RPO-SHD; 6 Split Spoke; w/Chrome Inserts.”
- Position-Specific Fitment: The inclusion of keywords such as “Front,” “Rear,” and “Spare” in the VARIABLES field indicates the position-specific fitment of the wheel. This feature allows customers to easily identify parts suitable for their specific needs. For instance, a part may be labeled “17×7.5″; Spare,” making it clear that it is intended for use as a spare wheel.
- Hollander Number Reference: The NOTES field contains the Hollander number for each wheel application, providing an additional layer of information to assist customers in selecting the right part. This ensures that customers can accurately match their needs with the right wheel part.
With these new additions, Partslink’s catalog now boasts a total of 1645 vehicle fitment records, making it a comprehensive and invaluable resource for automotive collision repair professionals and enthusiasts. These enhancements align with Partslink’s commitment to delivering accurate and up-to-date data to support the automotive collision repair industry.
“We are excited to introduce these new wheel part types to our catalog,” said Ed Salamy, Executive Director of the ABPA which owns Partslink. “Our goal is to provide our customers with a wide range of options and precise fitment information to simplify their parts selection process. With the addition of steel and alloy wheels, we continue to strengthen our position as a trusted resource for the automotive community.”
Partslink is a leading provider of automotive parts data and cataloging solutions. The company offers a comprehensive database of automotive parts, fitment information, and more, catering to the needs of professionals and enthusiasts in the automotive industry. With a commitment to accuracy and reliability, Partslink continues to support the automotive community with valuable data and services.
For more information about Partslink and its catalog of wheel parts, please visit partslink.org or contact email@example.com.