Eastern Introduces New 2006 Catalog Featuring Catalytic Converters and Related Components

Eastern Introduces New 2006 Catalog Featuring Catalytic Converters and Related Components

Eastern Manufacturing, a manufacturer of catalytic converters and related components, has introduced a new catalog, which features the complete line of direct-fit, performance and universal catalytic converters for cars, vans, and light- and heavy-duty trucks.

Eastern Manufacturing, a manufacturer of catalytic converters and related components, has introduced a new catalog, which features the complete line of direct-fit, performance and universal catalytic converters for cars, vans, and light- and heavy-duty trucks.

According to Henry Hippert, executive sales director, “Our new 2006 catalog will be a big boost to customer service, making product selection and ordering quicker and easier. The catalog is available in whatever format the customer prefers – CD, online and in print.”

Eastern’s new catalog includes hundreds of new domestic and import applications and OBD II application coverage. The Direct-Fit line features more than 3,000 applications. The Universal line has more than 250 SKUs with configurations to fit 95% of the registered vehicles in U.S. and Canada. The Performance line is designed for tuners, performance cars and light trucks.

The 2006 catalog also contains every detail of the part, including application data, box dimensions and pricing, along with pictures of the actual direct-fit converters and each universal configuration.

Eastern Manufacturing produces catalytic converters and catalytic converter components for both original equipment manufacturers and the aftermarket. Eastern offers a full line of universal, direct-fit, high performance, diesel and heavy-duty catalytic converters.

For additional information, visit www.easterncatalytic.com.

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