Beck/Arnley Adds 629 New Foreign Nameplate Part Numbers In First Half Of 2013

Beck/Arnley Adds 629 New Foreign Nameplate Part Numbers In First Half Of 2013

Beck/Arnley announces 629 new part numbers were added to its line of premium quality, genuine foreign nameplate products during the first six months of 2013. Highlights include two new OE Quality Hydraulic Fluids for European applications.

Beck/Arnley announces 629 new part numbers were added to its line of premium quality, genuine foreign nameplate products during the first six months of 2013. The new part numbers fall within the following Beck/Arnley product modules:

• Brake & Chassis                           436

• Clutch & Driveline                          8

• Cooling                                          31

• Electrical                                        4

• Engine Management                      52

• Engine Parts & Filtration                96

• OE Fluids                                       2

Highlights include two new OE Quality Hydraulic Fluids for European applications. The mineral oil based fluid, MB7 HF (#252-0027) and the fully synthetic oil based fluid, FS11 HF (#252-0028) were added in June. Beck/Arnley’s product team has also been expanding coverage in the popular category of mounts. They now offer 543 engine mounts covering 6,155 applications and 179 transmission mounts covering 2,116 applications.

The new part numbers and their applications can be downloaded in either a PDF or Excel format by visiting Beck/Arnley’s website at www.beckarnley.com/beckarnleynumbers.html. The new numbers and applications are also available on Beck/Arnley’s Web catalog at www.beckcatalog.com, in addition to their award-winning Facebook page, www.facebook.com/beckarnley. Product questions can be sent to [email protected].

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