MAHLE Clevite Introduces More Than 60 New Part Numbers in March – UnderhoodService

MAHLE Clevite Introduces More Than 60 New Part Numbers in March

MAHLE Clevite Inc. says it introduced more than 60 new part numbers in March for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, piston rings and turbochargers. The new part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

MAHLE Clevite Inc. says it introduced more than 60 new part numbers in March for various types of bearings, cylinder components, filters, gaskets, piston rings and turbochargers. The new part numbers are available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

New part numbers are now available for the following products: Auxiliary cam bearing sets, balance shaft bearing sets, camshaft bearings, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft main bearing sets and thrust washer sets, pistons, piston skirts and piston ring sets, O-ring sets, rebore kits, air filters, fuel filters, engine camshaft plugs, conversion gasket sets, coolant outlet gaskets, engine head bolt and gasket sets, engine intake manifold gasket sets, oil pan gasket sets, timeline cover gasket sets, value cover gasket sets, valve stem seal sets, water pump gaskets, exhaust manifold gasket sets, fuel injection plenum gaskets and throttle body mounting gaskets, in-frame overhaul sets, turbochargers and turbocharger gaskets and mounting gasket sets.

“In March, we introduced a total of 64 new part numbers for various light vehicle and heavy-duty applications,” said David Garmenn, product development manager, MAHLE Clevite Inc. “We’re introducing new product numbers every month to further increase our already extensive product offering. The addition of these new part numbers shows our continued commitment to meeting the needs of our customers.”

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

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