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ATP Announces New Catalog Downloads

In the latest phase of making catalog data more accessible to its customers and reducing our reliance on paper catalogs, catalog pages in pdf format are now available for download from the ATP website.

In the latest phase of making catalog data more accessible to its customers and reducing our reliance on paper catalogs, catalog pages in pdf format are now available for download from the ATP website.

The catalogs currently available are:
• Automatic Transmission Parts Catalog, catalog number AT-2004;
• Automatic Transmission Parts Supplement, catalog number AT-2004S;
• Replacement Parts Catalog, catalog number RP-2005; and
• Replacement Parts Supplement, catalog number RP-2005S.

The Catalog Downloads link is in the lower right corner of ATP’s home page. Once there, click on the catalog of your choice. Clicking one of the catalogs will download the entire catalog, so the files will be large. Because of the sizes of the files, always save it to your hard drive, opening it in a browser is not recommended. Files can be viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 or later editions.

Once downloaded to your hard drive, catalog pages can be printed or burned to a CD. Links and bookmarks are embedded in the pdfs (except catalog number AT-2004) to aid navigation.

For additional information, visit www.atp-inc.com.

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