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New Omnicraft Water Pumps Launched For Non-Ford/Lincoln Repairs

The company says tough Ford standards help to ensure quality, performance, durability and fit.

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Omnicraft has released new water pumps for non-Ford/Lincoln repairs. The company says as new Omnicraft products are introduced, precision craftsmanship is always at the forefront, thanks to the brand’s OE heritage, which helps to deliver efficient and long-lasting performance, according to the company.

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“Omnicraft continues to build on the excellent heritage of Ford and Motorcraft parts,” said April Hayes, Ford North America Powertrain Components product manager. “Our new Omnicraft water pumps are built for non-Ford/Lincoln repairs, and have the quality, performance and durability consistent with what is expected of all Ford parts.”

Ready to install right out of the box, these new water pumps feature sophisticated laser scanning and measuring techniques to help ensure OE design precision, according to Ford. During development verifications, water pumps undergo performance durability testing and material chemistry validations. Assemblies are 100-percent inspected for integrity leak testing, positional clearances and run-out tolerance conformity.

Additional features of Omnicraft water pumps include iron and aluminum castings that are precision-machined to specified tolerances. High-performance, unitized bearings deliver smooth and efficient performance and complete gasket kits facilitate accurate, worry-free installations.

Available now, Omnicraft water pumps are launching with 102 part numbers and feature a Ford-backed limited lifetime warranty with unlimited mileage, labor included* and no commercial exceptions.

*Limited labor costs. See seller for limited warranty details. Defect only. Original purchaser and receipt required. Excludes towing. Parts included. Labor limited to two years.

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