Crane Cams Catalog on Website

Crane Cams Launches Info-Packed Website

Performance industry icon Crane Cams has totally revamped its website to provide enthusiasts with a storehouse of valuable technical information and details on the company's vast lineup of camshafts, valve train and ignition components.

Performance industry icon Crane Cams has totally revamped its website (www.CraneCams.com) to provide enthusiasts with a storehouse of valuable technical information and details on the company’s vast lineup of camshafts, valve train and ignition components.

In announcing the launch, Crane Cams General Manager Sean Holly said, “Our goal was to create a website that serves up information in a user-friendly manner. Visitors to the site can quickly get complete details and specifications on all our products with a minimum of effort. Additionally, there is a ‘buy now’ feature on the site that lets the consumer choose a favored dealer and be seamlessly transported to the proper section of the dealer’s website and make a purchase.”

The new Crane Cams website also boasts an extensive “Tech Info” section that provides visitors with a wide array of information, including FAQs, Tech Tips. Installation Instructions, Tech Bulletins and Break-In Instructions. Site visitors can download the new 436-page Crane Cams Master Catalog, browse specific sections, or order a printed “hard copy.” Also available are Crane’s dedicated Motorcycle and Ignition catalogs, as well as a Cam Lobe Profiles book.

Crane Cams was founded in 1953 and has earned a reputation for innovations and manufacturing excellence. A leader in computerized camshaft design, the company has a database in excess of 80,000 profiles — the industry’s largest. More than 350 new camshafts are listed in the new 2011 catalog. Get it all at www.CraneCams.com.

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