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New Master Catalog Available from Crane Cams

Performance enthusiasts, racers and engine builders can get a jump on 2011 with the new Master Catalog from industry icon Crane Cams. In addition to providing complete specs on the thousands of camshafts - including more than 350 new profiles - and a wide range of valve train and ignition components, the Crane Cams Master Catalog is loaded with page after page of valuable technical information.

Performance enthusiasts, racers and engine builders can get a jump on 2011 with the new Master Catalog from industry icon Crane Cams. In addition to providing complete specs on the thousands of camshafts — including more than 350 new profiles — and a wide range of valve train and ignition components, the Crane Cams Master Catalog is loaded with page after page of valuable technical information. It’s an important asset to anyone building a high performance engine.
 


The massive 436-page publication can be downloaded immediately from the company’s newly-revamped website www.cranecams.com. The site also has the ability to let you download select pages of interest.
 


A printed “hard copy” of the catalog is available for $5.00, postage paid. Order it online at www.cranecams.com.
 


Crane Cams will supply a CD of the catalog at no charge. Requests for the handy disk can be made via phone (toll-free 866-388-5120), online, or via mail. Send correspondence to Crane Cams, 1640 Mason Ave., Daytona Beach, FL 32117. 


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