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CRP Automotive Introduces AJUSA Cylinder Head Bolt Program

CRP Automotive has introduced a new AJUSA Cylinder Head Bolt program. The program features an OE-quality line of cylinder head bolts that come packaged as sets for vehicle specific applications. The sets are provided in a shrink-wrapped cardboard box with assembly lube included.

CRP Automotive, a leading source of OE-quality replacement parts for Asian and European import vehicle applications, has introduced a new AJUSA Cylinder Head Bolt program that offers industry-leading coverage on Asian and European applications, said the company. The program features an OE-quality line of cylinder head bolts that come packaged as sets for vehicle specific applications. The sets are provided in a shrink-wrapped cardboard box with assembly lube included.

“We see a great deal of opportunity for our head bolt program,” noted Michael Palm, VP sales & marketing. “Most modern engines use stretch or torque to yield bolts in their designs, and these need to be replaced whenever the cylinder head is removed. AJUSA offers one of the widest and deepest cylinder head bolt programs in the industry.” CRP currently offers 103 SKUs for Asian and European applications which is 52 more than their closest competitor.

Easy Online Lookup
The AJUSA Cylinder Head Bolt program features easy look up on CRP’s online application catalog, which can be accessed through the CRP Automotive AJUSA brand website, www.ajusaparts.com, or Show Me the Parts at www.showmetheparts.com/crp.

For additional information, visit www.crpautomotive.com.

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