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MAHLE Clevite Introduces 95 New Part Numbers In October

MAHLE Clevite introduced 95 new part numbers in October for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, engine timing products and piston rings, as well as new turbocharger part numbers. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

MAHLE Clevite introduced 95 new part numbers in October for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, engine timing products and piston rings, as well as new turbocharger part numbers. The part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

New part numbers are now available for the following products: engine camshaft bearing sets, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft main bearing sets, engine pistons, cylinder sleeves and sleeve assemblies, piston ring sets, air filters, oil filters, fuel filters and cabin air filters, conversion gasket sets, cylinder head gasket sets, intake manifold gasket sets, oil pan gasket sets, valve cover gasket sets, water pump gaskets, exhaust manifold gasket sets, fuel injection plenum gaskets, O-ring kits and throttle body mounting gaskets, turbochargers and turbocharger service kits.

“October was a huge month for us with the introduction of 95 new part numbers for light vehicle and heavy-duty applications,” said Matthias Stegmueller, product development manager, MAHLE Clevite Inc. “A larger number of new products this month were in the MAHLE Original filtration category – air, oil, fuel and cabin air filters. Additional information on filters can be found on our newly-launched MAHLE Original filter-specific website."

For a complete listing of new part numbers introduced in October, visit www.mahle-aftermarket.com or contact your MAHLE Clevite Account Manager.

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