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New 2011 Catalog Available From Cadna Automotive

November 08, 2011 - Press Release

The new catalog contains valuable new part listings, competitor interchanges, and part specifications.
The new catalog contains valuable new part listings, competitor interchanges, and part specifications.

MEMPHIS, TN - Cadna Automotive released its new 2011 ArmorMark- and Prestone-branded belt and hose catalog. The nearly 1,000 page catalog for 1990 and newer passenger cars and light trucks includes more than 500 new part numbers for the company's belts and hose product lines. The new catalog contains valuable new part listings, competitor interchanges, and part specifications.

The company's 2011 catalog is available electronically in Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association's (AAIA) Aftermarket Catalog Enhanced Standard (ACES) compliant format. Request a print catalog via e-mail.

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