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Heri Automotive Releases New Catalog

Heri Automotive, manufacturers of premium quality 100 percent new constant velocity (CV) drive axles for the North American aftermarket, has released its new product catalog featuring more than 1,100 SKUs.

Heri Automotive, manufacturers of premium quality 100 percent new constant velocity (CV) drive axles for the North American aftermarket, has released its new product catalog featuring more than 1,100 SKUs. With a complete listing of new CV axles for import and domestic passenger vehicles, vans and trucks, the new catalog offers nearly 100 percent application coverage, the company says.
 
Heri Automotive says its new CV drive axles are manufactured with strict quality control processes to ensure original equipment durability and performance. All joints are machined to exact tolerances and assembled with carefully matched components to ensure a consistently functional and durable axle. Heri Automotive CV drive axles feature precision rolled threads and splines for easy installation. The company’s bearings, races and housings are heat treated to original equipment or better specifications for long life, the company says.
 
Heri Automotive has a strong commitment to customer service that includes full technical assistance, complete catalog services and new product development at the company’s Phoenix, AZ, headquarters.
 
To obtain a copy of Heri Automotive’s new catalog, call (855) 437-4872 or download a copy at http://heriautomotive.com/pdf/catalog.pdf.

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