Save Time and Money with the New Line of Dura-Bond Engine Hardware Finishing Kits

Save Time and Money with the New Line of Dura-Bond Engine Hardware Finishing Kits

Dura-Bond's new line of engine hardware finishing kits include all of the necessary hardware and components needed to complete a rebuild, such as dowel pins, cam bolts, seal housing components, woodruff keys, cam eccentrics, by-pass valves, etc. The engine hardware finishing kits allow rebuilders an easy way to inventory and recoup lost costs on these components.

Most rebuilders know the time and expense of trying to reclaim service parts. A recent study revealed that an average rebuilder could spend up to 15-20 minutes per engine searching for a reclaimed service part. That is why Dura-Bond has introduced a new line of engine hardware finishing kits. These kits include all of the necessary hardware and components needed to complete a rebuild, such as dowel pins, cam bolts, seal housing components, woodruff keys, cam eccentrics, by-pass valves, etc. The engine hardware finishing kits allow rebuilders an easy way to inventory and recoup lost costs on these components. All this adds up to saving time and money.

Benefits of the engine hardware finishing kits include:
• No need for expensive OEM parts or the time to reclaim used parts;
• Easy to inventory;
• Maximize lost costs and profits on these components by adding one part number into the bill of materials;
• New parts vs. reclaimed parts presents a more professional looking product;
• All kit components are manufactured to precise OEM dimensions for exact fit; and
• Extensive product coverage.

For additional information, visit www.dura-bondbearing.com.

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