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MAHLE Clevite Inc. Releases 2011-2012 MAHLE Original Filter Catalog

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently released the 2011-2012 MAHLE Original Filter Catalog, which, for the first time, offers a full range of light- and medium-duty filtration products for all applications including European, Asian and Domestic vehicles.

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently released the 2011-2012 MAHLE Original Filter Catalog, which, for the first time, offers a full range of light- and medium-duty filtration products for all applications including European, Asian and Domestic vehicles. The 2011-2012 Filter Catalog (FI-20-11) supersedes (FI-10-08/FI-20-08).
 
The new catalog includes information on filter types, removal tools and applications, as well as a product prefix, (available in English, French and Spanish) as well as discontinued and superseded parts, manufacturer cross reference tables and a numberfinder.
 
“Thanks to the hard work of the product team, data management team and marketing team, we have created this new catalog, which for the first time combines filters for European, Asian and Domestic applications,” said Matthias Stegmueller, product development manager (Filters & Turbochargers – NAFTA), MAHLE Clevite Inc. “We are pleased that our new catalog offers even more information about MAHLE filter systems for a wide range of applications.”
 
MAHLE Original Independent Aftermarket filters are produced to identical performance requirements and quality standards, with identical materials and manufacturing equipment as Original Equipment filters.
 
To download a copy of the 2011-2012 Light Duty Filter Catalog, visit http://www.mahleclevite.com/pubs_detail.asp?c=1&id=153.

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