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MAHLE Clevite Introduces More Than 80 New Part Numbers In December

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently introduced a total of 81 new part numbers in December for various types of bearings, gaskets, filters, piston rings and turbochargers. The new part numbers are now available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

MAHLE Clevite Inc. recently introduced a total of 81 new part numbers in December for various types of bearings, gaskets, filters, piston rings and turbochargers. The new part numbers are now available for a range of light vehicle and heavy-duty applications.

New part numbers are now available for the following products: engine camshaft bearings, connecting rod bearings, crankshaft bearings and sets, engine pistons and pin bushings, air filters, cabin air filters, conversion gasket sets, coolant outlet gaskets and thermostat housing gaskets, cylinder head gasket sets, intake manifold gasket sets, valve cover bolt kit and gasket sets, variable timing spool valve filters, manifold gasket sets, fuel injection plenum gaskets, turbocharges and turbocharger gaskets.

“The addition of over 80 new part numbers in December contributes to our ever-expanding product line for various light vehicle and heavy-duty applications,” said Matthias Stegmueller, product development manager, MAHLE Clevite Inc. “We will continue to expand on the product line in the new year.”

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

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