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2010 Walker Emissions Control Catalog Features Hundreds of New Parts for Domestic and Foreign-Nameplate Models

Among the new parts highlighted in the 2010 Walker catalog are more than 50 additional direct-fit Walker Ultra OBD II catalytic converters, dozens of CalCat converters for the California market, 21 manifold converters, 46 additional Quiet-Flow SS stainless steel mufflers, and nearly 80 new pipe SKUs.

The 2010 Walker Emissions Control Catalog, featuring more than 500 new parts for late-model domestic and foreign-nameplate applications, is now available from Tenneco Inc. The new catalog demonstrates Tenneco’s commitment to offering comprehensive, timely coverage of the automotive, performance and commercial vehicle replacement markets.

Among the new parts highlighted in the 2010 Walker catalog are more than 50 additional direct-fit Walker Ultra OBD II catalytic converters, dozens of CalCat converters for the California market, 21 manifold converters, 46 additional Quiet-Flow SS stainless steel mufflers, and nearly 80 new pipe SKUs.

Tenneco’s Walker emissions control team continues to expand late-model coverage through quarterly product line updates to help ensure that repair providers and other customers have access to the products they need for today’s vehicle population. New parts not featured in the print catalog can be found through the brand’s online catalog at www.walkerexhaust.com.

“We continue to invest in expanded coverage across the emissions control category to help our customers access the first and best replacement components for late-model applications,” said T.J. Fontana, emissions control marketing manager, North American aftermarket, Tenneco. “Our dramatically expanded product line, as seen both in the new print catalog and our up-to-date online catalog, represents a true one-stop resource for virtually any distributor or repair provider.”

For more information and to receive the 2010 Walker Emissions Control Catalog, please contact your Walker emissions control supplier or call (734) 384-7833. The latest Walker coverage is available via Tenneco’s convenient electronic catalog at www.walkerexhaust.com.

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