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MAHLE Clevite Introduces 62 New Part Numbers for Various Applications

MAHLE Clevite says it introduced 62 new part numbers in November for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, piston rings and turbochargers. The part numbers are available for a range of light-vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

MAHLE Clevite says it introduced 62 new part numbers in November for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, piston rings and turbochargers. The part numbers are available for a range of light-vehicle and heavy-duty applications.
 
New part numbers are available for the following products:
 
Engine camshaft bearing sets; engine pistons; air filters; cabin air filters; engine oil filters; air injection pipe seals; engine conversion gasket sets, crankshaft seals, cylinder head bolt sets and head gasket sets; engine intake manifold gasket sets; engine oil filter adapter gaskets; engine timing cover gasket sets; engine valve cover gasket sets; engine valve stem seal sets; water pump gaskets and manifold gasket sets; fuel injection plenum gaskets and throttle body mounting gaskets; piston ring sets; turbochargers and turbocharger service kits.
 
“In November, we introduced 62 new part numbers for various light vehicle and heavy duty applications,” said David Garmenn, product development manager, MAHLE Clevite Inc. “The addition of these new part numbers shows our continued commitment to meeting the needs of our customers with a well-rounded product offering.”
 
For a complete listing of new part numbers, visit www.mahleclevite.com or contact your MAHLE Clevite Account Manager.

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