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AIM Heavy-Duty Catalogs Provide Information for New and Reman Alternators and Starters

AIM has announced the availability of its catalogs for the heavy-duty industry with information on both new and remanufactured starters and alternators. In addition to printed catalogs, AIM's entire database of application information is available through its electronic catalog.

AIM has announced the availability of its catalogs for the heavy-duty industry with information on both new and remanufactured starters and alternators. In addition to printed catalogs, AIM’s entire database of application information is available through its electronic catalog at www.aimpowerinmotion.com/database.

AIM offers Application Guides for its three brands in the heavy-duty market, including its Xtreme brand of new starters and alternators, Talon brand of premium remanufactured alternators and starters and remanufactured starters and alternators under the NAPA Pro Series brand. The award-winning catalogs contain applications through 2006, and include OEM and competitor interchanges and a buyer’s guide listing. Order number AG-06HD-X for the Xtreme catalog, AG-06HD-T for the Talon catalog, and AG-06HD-N for the NAPA Pro Series catalog.

In addition to heavy-duty information, each of the three catalogs contain information for industrial, agriculture, forklift, marine, lawn and garden, golf cart/utility, motorcycle and special applications.

For more information on AIM, call (800) 366-3246 or visit www.aimpowerinmotion.com.

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