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Product description

CTP provides superior breaking system solutions for the mining and construction industries covering a broad range of applications. We understand heavy equipment machinery must operate under harsh environmental conditions. For these reason our brake, friction and hydraulic actuation solutions are specially manufactured with the highest quality.


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Costex Tractor Parts CTP is a worldwide quality supplier of New Replacement Caterpillar Parts and Replacement Komatsu Parts, equipment and engines.

At CTP, our focus is to provide you with great quality replacement Caterpillar parts at a good value. Our new replacement parts undergo strenuous and strict inspection procedures to ensure the quality of our product. Whether you are mining copper ore at high altitudes in the Chilean Andes, or digging an irrigation canal on the family farm, you can rest assured that our team and quality parts will back you every step of the way.

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