MAHLE Clevite Introduces 75 New Part Numbers for a Range of Applications – UnderhoodService

MAHLE Clevite Introduces 75 New Part Numbers for a Range of Applications

MAHLE Clevite announced the introduction of 75 new part numbers in June for various types of bearings, camshafts, cylinder components, filters, gaskets and piston rings. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications, the company says.

MAHLE Clevite announced the introduction of 75 new part numbers in June for various types of bearings, camshafts, cylinder components, filters, gaskets and piston rings. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications, the company says.

New part numbers are now available for the following products: engine camshaft and camshaft bearings and seals, connecting rod bearings, engine crankshaft main bearing sets, engine pistons, piston ring sets and piston sleeve assemblies, cabin air filters, oil filters and fuel filters, engine conversion gasket sets, coolant outlet gaskets and thermostat housing gaskets, crankshaft seals, cylinder head bolt and head gaskets, oil pan and timing cover gaskets, fuel injection nozzle O-rings, fuel pump gaskets and engine valve springs.

“The additional part numbers contribute to our ever-expanding product line that will continue to grow in the months ahead to meet the needs or our customers,” said David Garmenn, product developer, MAHLE Clevite Inc.

For a complete listing of new part numbers introduced in June, visit www.mahle-aftermarket.com.

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