MAHLE Clevite Introduces 50 New Part Numbers – UnderhoodService

MAHLE Clevite Introduces 50 New Part Numbers

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently introduced 50 new part numbers for various types of cylinder components, filters, gaskets, rings and turbochargers. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications, the company says.

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently introduced 50 new part numbers for various types of cylinder components, filters, gaskets, rings and turbochargers. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications, the company says.
 
New part numbers are available for the following product types:
 
Engine Piston and Rebore Kits (cylinder components); Air Filter, Engine Oil Filter and Fuel Filter (filters); Engine Conversion Gasket Set, Engine Coolant Thermostat Housing Gasket, Engine Cylinder Head Bolt Set, Engine Cylinder Head Gasket Set, Engine Intake Manifold Gasket Set, Engine Kit Gasket Set, Engine Timing Cover Gasket, Engine Timing Cover Gasket Set, Engine Valve Cover Gasket Set, Exhaust Manifold Gasket Set, Fuel Injection Throttle Body Mounting Gasket, Intake Manifold Bolt Set (gaskets); Engine Piston Ring Set (rings) and Turbocharger (turbochargers).
 
“The introduction of 50 new part numbers available for a range of applications contributes to our ever-expanding product line and goal to better serve customers with increased coverage,” said David Garmenn, product development manager, MAHLE Clevite Inc. “We will continue to make announcements as new part numbers become available in the future.”
 
For a complete listing of new part numbers, visit www.mahleclevite.com or contact your MAHLE Clevite Account Manager.

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