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GB Remanufacturing Releases 2014 Fuel Injection Catalog

GB Remanufacturing Inc. has announced the release of its latest catalog: Fuel Injection 2014. The new catalog includes both gasoline and diesel fuel injectors, diesel electronics, components and injector seal kits.

GB Remanufacturing Inc. has announced the release of its latest catalog: Fuel Injection 2014. The new catalog includes both gasoline and diesel fuel injectors, diesel electronics, components and injector seal kits.

The 2014 catalog also includes diesel injection and high-pressure oil pumps. GB’s Fuel Injection 2014 catalog contains more than 1,000 part numbers covering more than 45,000 unique applications for both import and domestic vehicles. This represents an increase of more than 4,500 applications compared to its 2012 catalog.

GB’s electronic cataloging conforms to AAIA standards and is available through WHI and Epicor. The catalog also is available in traditional paper format as well as an e-catalog via the company’s website at www.gbreman.com.

Michael Kitching, GB Remanufacturing president and CEO, stated, “Keeping our catalog updated with the latest vehicle coverage is critical to our customers’ success. We have put a lot of time and effort into making sure we have the most accurate and comprehensive coverage in the industry.”

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