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Anchor Industries Adds 229 New Engine Mount Line Numbers

All new numbers are now available and account for more than 84 million vehicle applications, which represents approximately 9 percent of the total U.S. vehicle registration.

Anchor Industries recently added 229 new numbers to the company’s engine mount product line. All new numbers are now available and account for more than 84 million vehicle applications, which represents approximately 9 percent of the total U.S. vehicle registration.

The new numbers available by product description are:
129 engine mounts
71 transmission mounts
28 torque strut mounts
1 center support bearing

New popular late-model applications include:
Buick LaCrosse 2003-2008
Chevy Cobalt 2002-2008
Chevy Impala 2003-2008
Ford Focus 2003-2008
Honda Accord 2003-2008
Hyundai Entourage 2006-2009
Hyundai Sonata 2006-2009
Hyundai Tucson 2005-2009
Kia Sedona 2006-2009
Kia Sportage 2005-2009
Nissan Altima 2002-2008
Toyota Camry 2002-2008
Volkswagen Jetta 2005-2009
Volkswagen Beetle 1998-2006

Anchor continues its efforts to be the first-to-market supplier in mounts and now has more than 2,100 numbers available, providing the most extensive coverage in the industry. This includes nearly 100 percent coverage for Kia and Hyundai through model year 2009. All Anchor products meet or exceed OE manufacturer specifications for form, fit and function.

Electronic catalog updated
All new number application data has been updated and submitted for electronic catalogs, including WHI and Activant. Additionally, Anchor’s website application look-up data can be accessed at www.anchor-online.com.

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