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Beck/Arnley Adds 419 New Part Numbers

In keeping with its goal to provide professional technicians with the crucial parts needed to repair today's foreign nameplate vehicles, Beck/Arnley has added another 419 new part numbers to its product line ....

In keeping with its goal to provide professional technicians with the crucial parts needed to repair today’s foreign nameplate vehicles, Beck/Arnley has added another 419 new part numbers to its product line.

Included among the 419 new numbers are the following additions in Beck/Arnley’s product modules:

• Brake & Chassis — 256;
• Clutch & Driveline — 13;
• Cooling — 29;
• Electrical — 3;
• Engine Management — 31; and
• Engine Parts & Filtration — 87.

“This announcement includes more foreign branded brake pads, along with other significant additions to our product range,” said Tom Fritsche, director of product management for Beck/Arnley. “With these 419 new numbers we are nearly at 1,000 new parts added in 2008. We are continuing to focus on what brings value to our customers and finding ways to get that information to the market faster and more efficiently.”

The new numbers can be downloaded in either a PDF or Excel format by visiting Beck/Arnley’s website at www.beckarnley.com. The numbers have also been added to their Web catalog at www.beckcatalog.com.

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