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Features Variable Valve Timing

Import manufacturers have been using variable valve timing since the ‘90s while GM and other domestic manufacturers waited until early 2000s. Contributor Scott “Gonzo” Weaver takes us through the ins and outs ........................................18

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Valve Seat & Guide Machines

For most shops, valve seat and guide work is a very big part of the daily work routine. Technical Editor Larry Carley takes us on a tour of the latest equipment ........................................26

Diesel Engine Coolant Options

While the fundamental duty of engine coolants has not changed, modern coolants must transfer more heat than in the past. Contributing Editor Denise Koeth explains..........36

Today’s Cleaning Methods

It may be one of the most mundane tasks in your shop, but it’s also one of the most important. Contributing Editor Michael Freeze examines the equipment............................42

Columns

Shop Solutions ........................12 By Engine Pro Technical Committee Submit Shop Solutions to be published and win a $100 Visa gift card

Diesel Dialogue........................14 By Contributor Bob McDonald Investigating the flow rate measurement of diesel injectors

DEPARTMENTS Events ..............................................................6 Industry News ..................................................8 2013 Supplier Spotlight ....................................73 Ad Index ..........................................................77 Cores/Classifieds..............................................78 On The Web ......................................................80

AUTO/TRUCK PARTS AND EQUIPMENT (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY) Engines/Components Adhesives to Chain Kits ....................46 Clamps to Engine Kits....................................47 Engine Mounts to Nuts and Bolts ..............................48 Oil Coolers to Piston Pins..................50 Piston Rings to Restoration Engine Parts ................................51 Rocker Arm Components to Seals ..........................................52 Serpentine Belts to Timing Chains, Gears, Sprockets ..........................53

GENERAL PURCHASES

Chemicals & Solvents ........................58 Core Cleaning/Processing ..................59 Cranes & Hoists..................................60 Hand Cleaning Chemicals....................60 Hand Tools ........................................60 Lubricants..........................................60

Timing Components to Valve Seat Inserts ........................54 Valve Spring Inserts to Water Pumps................................55 Equipment and Preparation Air Flow Benches to Crankshaft Furnace ........................56 Crankshaft Journal Weld Kits to Performance Coatings....................57 Pin Press to Valve Stem Polishers ....................58

Presses..............................................60 Services ............................................60 Shipping ............................................61 Storage Racks ....................................61 Trade Shows ......................................61 Welding ............................................61

EXHAUST COMPONENTS Exhaust Components ..............................................................................................61

SUPPLIERS, ADDRESSES & CONTACTS

Alphabetical listing for quick access to supplier addresses, telephone numbers and personnel contacts ..................................................................................................62 COVER DESIGN BY NICHOLE ANDERSON

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Events

Industry Events February 2-3 V-Twin Expo Cincinnati, OH www.vtwin-expo.com or 877-889-4697

February 15-17 Dealer Expo Indianapolis, IN www.dealernews.com/dealerexpo

February 22-24 Race and Performance Expo St. Charles, IL www.raceperformanceexpo.com or 630-584-6300

March 14-16 Hot Rod and Restoration Show Indianapolis, IN www.hotrodshow.com or 800-576-8788

March 22-23 Mid America Trucking Show Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center, KY www.truckingshow.com or 502-899-3892

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April 14-15 SAE 2013 High Efficiency IC Engine Symposium Detroit, MI www.sae.org or 877-606-7323

April 16-18 2013 SAE World Congress Cobo Center, Detroit, MI www.sae.org or 877-606-7323

May 1-3 AAIA Spring Leadership Days Bonita Springs, FL www.aftermarket.org

May 21-22 Global Automotive Aftermarket Symposium (GAAS) Hyatt Regency, Chicago, IL www.globalsymposium.org

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Engine Parts Group, Inc. Honors Top Suppliers At Winter Meeting

Five suppliers to Engine Parts Group, Inc. (EPGI) were honored at the group’s recent winter shareholders meeting. Each year, EPGI shareholders choose the Featured Suppliers from more than 90 companies providing engine parts to the group. The five are selected based each company’s ability to offer extraordinary value, exceptional programs, policies, and building and maintaining excellent working relationships. Companies chosen for the EPGI Featured Supplier Award also must be the primary source in its product category to at least 80 percent of EPGI members.

Design Engineering Inc. Announces Major Warehouse Expansion Design Engineering Inc. (DEI), a provider of performance thermal tun-

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(Standing from left to right) Tom DeBlasis, Bob Kollar and Ray Falkenrath, Hastings Manufacturing Co.; Jerry Hendrix, Bill McCleskey and Marion Holt, Melling Engine Parts; Chuck Barnett, Dura Bond Bearing Co.; Steve Tucker, S.A. Gear Co., Don Weber, EPGI; Sal Abdallah, S.A. Gear Co.; (Kneeling) Oscar Romano, Ferrea Racing Components.

ing and acoustic control products, has announced that recent strong sales have precipitated the company’s need for additional warehouse space to ac-

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commodate current and expected growth of the company’s six primary product lines. In August 2012, DEI broke ground on a new 12,000square-foot warehouse facility adjacent to the company’s existing building in Avon Lake, Ohio. Construction is currently underway and is expected to be completed in February 2013. DEI says the new warehouse will nearly double in size the company’s existing space and will greatly improve the management of all warehouse operations for improved inventory management, and expedited shipping and receiving. The lion’s share of the 80 by 150-foot space will be devoted to warehousing product; however, some space is designated for current and future manufacturing operations and research and development. When completed, all raw materials and finished goods inventory will be consolidated on new pallet racks in one centralized large area to expedite deliveries that can be easily accessed by pallet truck. The shipping and receiving area will feature new loading docks with added space to maneuver into loading zones for speedy distribution. David Markley, DEI president, commented, “DEI has been on the fast track to growth these past few years, including the addition of new brands such SPA Turbo USA and Ny-Trex. This, coupled with the high demand for the company’s thermal tuning and acoustic products and Boom Mat’s acoustical insulation and sound deadening products across a broad range of


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industries, necessitated the decision to invest in new space. We are fortunate that we were able to add to our existing headquarters and continue to support growth in our local community.”

Magnum Gaskets Launches Two Free Online Training Programs for Professionals Magnum Gaskets recently announced the launch of the new Magnum CounterForce Training Program, designed especially for jobbers, retailers and counter professionals who sell gaskets. The Magnum GasketMaster Training Program is tailored to professional technicians. Upon completion of either program, participants receive a certificate of recognition and a black, heavyweight cotton Magnum T-shirt. To create the program, the gasket engineering and installation experts at Magnum say they drew upon decades of industry experience to compile the latest gasket tips and information to assist with trouble-free engine sealing. The programs are easy to follow and each topic section is designed to be completed in a matter of minutes, the company says. Participants do not have to complete Magnum’s online training programs in one session. They can log off and continue at another time. “These programs answer a need in the aftermarket for up-to-date and relevant information,” said Alex Grunfeld, executive vice president, Magnum Gaskets. “We view Magnum Gaskets Training as an added benefit to our current distribution partners and Magnum Gasket installers and as a way for our future customers to get to know us better, as we continue to grow.” To check out the new Magnum CounterForce Training Program, go to www.magnumgaskets.com and click the “Gasket Training Programs."

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eral fuel supply for use in some motor vehicles and engines. "We are disappointed that the DC Circuit will not rehear the case and will let stand a procedural block that prevents the court from reaching the merits of this important issue," said AFPM General Counsel Rich Moskowitz. "We remain concerned that EPA's partial waiver will result in significant misfueling and will harm consumers. EPA has authorized the sale of an ethanol blend that virtually every automobile manufacturer has warned will damage existing vehicles."

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On Oct. 1, 2012, AFPM filed a petition that the case be reheard, citing the reasoning that the EPA overstepped its authority under the Clean Air Act by granting partial waivers to allow the use of E15 in certain engines, including vehicles model year 2001 and newer. According to AFPM, several studies have shown that E15 causes engine damage to passenger vehicles, boats and outdoor power equipment, including chainsaws and lawnmowers, and has led the association and other industry groups to raise concerns about a fuel not approved for

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Petition Denied for EPA Case Regarding Use of E15 Ethanol Blended Fuel The American Fuel & Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) recently issued a response to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, for its decision to deny petitions to rehear a case on the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) decision to allow gasoline containing 15 percent ethanol – called "E15" – to be sold into the genCircle 9 for more information EngineBuilderMag.com 9


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use by the manufacturers of more than 228 million vehicles on the road today. A recent survey by the American Automobile Association (AAA) reported that 95 percent of consumers surveyed had not heard of E15 gasoline, which AFPM says lends credence to the potential for misuse and engine harm as well as creating safety, liability and warranty issues. "We are analyzing the decision and will determine whether to seek review by the Supreme Court. Judge Kavanaugh issued a strong dissent based on EPA's acknowledgment that E15 damages cars and specifically referenced a recent AAA warning calling upon EPA to block the sale of E15," Moskowitz concluded.

ARMO to Present Small Business Boot Camp at 2013 HRR Trade Show The Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) has announced that it will be hosting a Small Business Boot Camp on Satur-

day, March 16, 2013 at the Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show. Attendees will also have the opportunity to share ideas and strategies with other small business owners.The Small Business Boot Camp seminars are: 8 - 9 a.m. – “Sourcing Parts: It’s Not Only About Price” A panel of experienced car builders and manufacturers will discuss various aspects of getting the right parts for the job, and building long-lasting relationships with suppliers. “He Asked for the Wrong Thing, and Wants Me to Pay for It” Professional builders and retailers will share their experiences on being proactive with customer service, and how to order it and build it “right” the first time. 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. – “Social Media: How to Use CONTENT to Generate New Business” Now that you have a website, Facebook, etc., industry experts will show you how to convert content into new business. “Business of Small Business” A

panel of industry experts will discuss trends in the restoration industry. The Small Business Boot Camp is open to all Hotrod & Restoration Trade Show attendees. There’s no cost to attend the trade show if you register by Feb. 22, 2013. ARMO, the Automotive Restoration Market Organization, is a council of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA).ARMO is committed to preserving and promoting the automotive restoration industry through its projects, education programs, and by monitoring legislative and/or regulatory issues that may affect our members, thus ensuring the longevity and prosperity of the automotive restoration industry. For more information, visit www.hotrodshow.com. For more information about ARMO, visit www.sema.org/armo-information. ■ >>For more industry news, visit our website at www.enginebuildermag.com.

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The winners of the 5th anniversary Shop Solutions “Top 5 of the Past 5” awards for authors/voters are: Authors - 1st place $1,000: Jeff “Beezer” Beseth, BeezerBuilt Inc., Newton Square, PA with “Grumpy Jenkins’ Method of Cutting Braided Steel Lines;” 2nd place $250: Bill Riordan, Riordan Engineering, Twin Lake, MI with “Proper Fastener Preparation;” 3rd place $100: Norm Johns, Norm’s Auto Machine, Petaluma, CA, with “Avoiding Flat Cam Syndrome;” 4th place $100: Ray Crowley, Ray’s Precision Engines, Taylor, MI, with “Removing Crankshaft Pilot Bearings Revisited;” and 5th place $100: Jim Kovach, Kovach & Assoc. Performance Engine Building, Parma, OH, with “Welding Cast Iron.” Congratulations to all of the authors. The following voters also received cash prizes in our random drawing: Voters - 1st place $1,000 winner: Jim Cory of Cory's Automotive & Machine; 2nd place $250: Jaime Morche, Road Builders Industrial Machining; 3rd place $100: John Smith, The Engine Shop; 4th place $100: Jerry Hendrix, Melling Engine Parts; and 5th place $100: William Mullenberg. Congratulations to the winners!

Detonation vs. Pre-Ignition (The following is in response to Greg Goss's entry in the August 2012 issue) A sharp point or edge that can glow in a combustion chamber or on a piston top does not cause detonation. Mr. Goss inadvertently was referring to pre-ignition.  Detonation and pre-ignition are two distinctly different terms and are often misused, misquoted and misspoken.  Ever hear someone say, “Pre-Detonation?” No such phenomenon exists.) Detonation occurs when the fuel does not possess enough detonationresisting chemicals, thus enabling the compression heat to set off the end gasses before TDC, which tries to knock the piston, rod and crankshaft back down the hole backwards. Preignition happens when a hot glowing spot or incandescent sets off the air/fuel mixture prematurely. This confusion comes primarily because both terms can seem similar. Bruce Fulper Rock & Roll Engineering Grand Terrace, CA

Removing Debris From Cylinder Head Coolant Chambers No matter how much cleaning and blowing you do, sometimes cylinder heads will still have debris like glass beads, chips, grindings, rusty crumbs, etc. trapped in the water jackets.  It is a nasty situation when you install the head and debris falls (hopefully detected) onto the clean deck and or into the oily cylinders. I could not tell you where I learned this trick if offered a million bucks.  Perhaps I thought it up myself.  I would like to think so.  It is one of those things I al12 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

ways seemed to know. The tip: Fresh, stiff shaving cream. Use just enough to close the water openings. No need to fill the water chamber. Squeegee any excess off, making sure the openings are still sealed, then clean and dry the areas around the sealed openings.  Carefully install the head and voila!  The shaving cream will evaporate and if used sparingly, it will not affect the coolant. You can use the rest to shave with! Jim Feurer Animal Jim Racing Lacon, IL

‘Mag’ Testing Cast Iron Performance Oil Pumps If you have a drag race engine, you must be sure to “magnaflux” any cast iron oil pumps you use. The pumps can crack at the base and the result is total failure. In my lifetime I have seen a few pumps crack.  The pump body will often crack due to vibration. This is mostly due to a prolonged ignition miss, an out of balance engine, or the driver doing John Force impersonations during his burnout. A quick “mag” can save you and your customer a lot of headaches. Jeff “Beezer” Beseth Beezer Built, Inc. Newtown Square, PA

4.6L Cadillac Cylinder Head Block Dowel Removal Using an old style slide hammer to remove a 4.6 Cadillac cylinder head block dowel has always been a pain. I have come up with a slick tool that cuts the job down to about five minutes for all four dowels.  Here are the parts needed: A 9/16˝-

12 tap, a 3˝ piece of 9/16˝ coarse allthread (we actually use a 460 Ford head bolt where we took a die and added a few more threads on it), a 9/16˝ coarse thread nut, a 9/16˝ thick flat washer and a steel bushing 1-1/2˝ long x 1-1/4˝ diameter with an .800˝ diameter hole (we use two Chevy pilot bushing adapters welded together). Tap the block dowel approximately 1/2˝ deep and put the bushing over the dowel. Then thread the nut onto the bolt or threaded rod and slide the washer onto the bolt and insert into dowel. Hand tighten, then walk the dowel out with the nut. The puller is similar to a power steering pulley puller. We now do these jobs in less than five minutes and the dowel is reusable. Ken Cahill Michigan Motor Exchange Detroit, MI

Manufacturer Shop Solution: Natural Gas Engine Valve Train Parts Selection With recent legislation encouraging over the road engines to be converted to natural gas, many rebuilders want to know: What do I need to do to ensure long life of an IC engine using natural gas?  Natural gas fuel may be in either liquid petroleum gas (LPG) or compressed natural gas (CNG) form. Either fuel creates problems with extremely hot exhaust temperatures and excessive wear on the valve seat and valve face. These fuels are considered dry fuels, and have few hydrocarbons that deposit layers of protection on internal surfaces, increasing wear on these surfaces. QualCast recommends replacing


the valve and seat materials in these engines. Valve guides, valve stem seals, springs, etc., can be kept to OE specifications. Valve Seats: The exhaust seat must be cast in a high-nickel alloy. Typical nickel alloys contain 40-50% pure nickel (Ni) content. QualCast alloy has 46% nickel, 29% Chromium (Cr), maximum 8% iron (Fe) and other elements used for wear protection. Valves: Both intake and exhaust valves should have Stellite (Cobalt based alloy) facing on the seat area. The exhaust valve may have the head forged in 23-8N (23% Chromium/8% Nickel) stainless steel as long as it has a Stellite facing. For a longer lasting exhaust valve the head may be forged in Inconel (high nickel super alloy that is much more expensive). For well head or unrefined natural gas, certain marine, or other extreme heat applications, Inconel and Stellite are recommended. Seat contact area: Many natural gas valves come with a 20 degree seat angle and valve seats come with a 20 degree starter angle. The lower angle allows for an increased seat contact area. If using 30 or 45 degree valves, ensure the seat contact area is .100˝ to create a larger contact surface to transfer heat from the valve head to the seat. The ignition system and/or fuel mixture may require adjustments. ■ QualCast Technical Department QualCast, LLC Nashville, TN

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hen diagnosing and rethe precise amount of fuel that’s pairing today’s modern needed for that injection stroke to diesel engines, you often maintain the demands of the engine. trust your scan tool to give you anTo better explain this, it’s the swers. But what do you do when it amount of fuel that will be injected gives you more questions? We deinto the engine through the injeccided to investigate a mystery that tor’s nozzle. One mm3 is equal to has always eluded us until now. .001/cc. Therefore, when looking at As diesel engines have become the data on a scan tool, you may more electronically controlled, I find, for example, that the main inhave been baffled why the injection jection rate at idle is 8.4 mm3. This can then be converted to .0084 cc’s of rate that is typically displayed on fuel that the engine needs in order to the scan tool is given in mm3 (millimeters cubed). When working with run properly at that operating paa gasoline engine, the injection rate rameter. is often based on m/s (milliseconds). These terms may not mean much This refers to how much time the inat first glance, but think of it this jector is commanded to open based way: The PCM in a diesel engine is upon inputs to the In a gas engine, the injector rate Powertrain Control is based in milliseconds, but in Module (PCM). diesel engines the scan tool will Fuel pressure is typically display the injector supplied to each inrate in millimeters cubed (mm3). jector and – depending on the engine’s running conditions – will be pulsed for a period of time in milliseconds to achieve the proper air/fuel ratio, which it reads from the oxygen sensor. So why don’t modern diesel engines use m/s instead of mm3? Similarly, when diagnosing different diesel engines with a scan tool, you can usually display a diesel injection event in m/s, which seems logical. The main reason the injection rate of a diesel engine would be displayed as mm3 is to illustrate fuel flow rate. This is

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precisely programmed to know exactly how much fuel is needed to maintain the power that is commanded by the operator (aka, your right foot). Instead of basing injection events related to time in milliseconds, the PCM is basing fuel demands of the engine on the flow rate of the injector. Another important point to consider is timing the injection event. The diesel injector is pulsed by the PCM for a given time to obtain the correct fuel flow rate, whereas in gasoline engines, the fuel flow rate is not emphasized. Diesel injection events are often found in microseconds (μs). A mi-


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crosecond is the equivalent of 1/1,000,000th of a second. A millisecond is 1/1,000th of a second. Let’s go back to our example of the main injection rate of 8.4 mm3. For the injector to flow a rate of .0084 cc’s, the PCM will energize the injector for 439 μs. We can convert this to .439 milliseconds. Of course, there are parameters of the engine that the PCM monitors in order to know what the injection rate must be. These are no different than the parameters found in a gas engine and include such things as engine temperature, throttle position, barometric pressure, manifold pressure, ambient temperature, oil temperature, etc. Electronic diesel engines are often operated in an “open loop” mode. In gasoline engines, open loop is seen when the engine is operated on a set of tables programmed into the PCM/ECU based on inputs from its oxygen sensors. In open loop mode, the ECU pulls from the map and not the sensors, which is used to help trim the fuel curve for more efficient engine operation. When an oxygen sensor is used to run the engine it is called, “closed loop.” Today’s diesel engines can also run in closed loop operation even though there are no oxygen sensors. There are, however, other sensors that are incorporated such as crank angle sensors and cam sensors, which help trim fuel based on combustion spikes of the crankshaft. One thing that we know for sure: The technological era for diesel engines is not anywhere near slowing down. These engines will only become more in-depth with electronic devices as long as the emissions regulations and demands continue to increase. Diesel injection concerns more than just fuel flow rate, however. Depending on the amount of diesel emission devices used, there may be as many as five injection cycles per combustion stroke in a common rail system. These injection strokes consist of pilot, main, and post injection events. The pilot injection event happens when a little bit of fuel is injected into the cylinder as the pisCircle 16 for more information

“DIESEL INJECTION CONCERNS MORE THAN JUST FUEL FLOW RATE, HOWEVER. DEPENDING ON THE AMOUNT OF DIESEL EMISSION DEVICES USED, THERE MAY BE AS MANY AS FIVE INJECTION CYCLES PER COMBUSTION STROKE IN A COMMON RAIL SYSTEM.”

ton is traveling up the bore and compressing air. This small amount of fuel excites the charge eliminating the “cold burn,” which will light off the main injection event. This helps a diesel engine run quieter and burn the main injection more efficiently. There may be as many as three main injection strokes commanded by the PCM, which is dependent on engine speed and the emission devices that may be actuated at that time. By continually striving for cleaner emissions, the side effects have brought about the reduction of soot and NOx, so several main injection events at different times may be necessary in order meet the ambitious goals we have set. The post injection event is used for devices such as the DPF (Diesel Particulate Filter), and occurs when fuel is injected as the exhaust valve is open to inject fuel into the exhaust mounted DPF system. The DPF unit is more or less a big screen, which is used to capture soot. As the soot collects in the screen, at some point it will have to be burned off to regenerate itself. The fuel introduced during the post injection cycle lights off in the DPF, cleaning the soot from the unit. Regardless of the injection event, the fuel rate for each one is precisely calibrated in the PCM for optimum engine control by using a fuel flow rate of mm3. Even though diesel engines have become more computerized, the power and efficiency gains have also increased. Common rail injection has improved power by as much as 40 percent and efficiency by at least 30 percent. So by having injection rates precisely timed and monitored, it has opened another page: making more power on less fuel with cleaner air. ■


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Variable Valve Timing Systems

BY CONTRIBUTOR SCOTT “GONZO” WEAVER SWEAVER@ENGINEBUILDERMAG.COM

The ins and outs of VVT and its role in engine emissions and performance

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y the early 1990s, almost all im- “cut” for better performance at the port automotive manufacturers high end, so sacrifices are made at had a successful variable valve the idle end. timing (VVT) system in production. With VVT, the valve duration can These systems offered higher perbe matched to the engine speed, formance from smaller displacement torque requirements and valve overengines at higher rpm. lap. Now an engine can produce As these vehicles exceeded their both low- and high-end performance new car warranties, technicians without any erratic idle condition or learned the ins and outs of these syshigh-end loss. This also enables tems and how regular oil changes an increase in miles per gallon could increase the life of VVT comthroughout the engine’s power band ponents. Now, the VVT is playing a by controlling valve timing and makdirect role in vehicle emissions and ing the engine more fuel-efficient. the way gases are burned in the comOne great advantage of the VVT bustion camber. system is the way it can take the force These systems are simple from a needed to expel the burnt mixture diagnostic perspective. Most VVT out of the exhaust valve. Pushing the components are non-serviceable and exhaust gas out of a cylinder requires have integrated sensors. But, they some of the force that is generated are part of a larger diagnostic picture during the combustion stroke. Openthat includes everything ing the exhaust from the throttle body to Most VVT components are nonthe oxygen sensor. serviceable and have integrated On a conventional ensensors, which includes everygine, both the exhaust and thing from the throttle body to intake valves’ open or the oxygen sensor. closed position depends on their fixed position relative to the chain or belt that’s driven by the crankshaft. The pattern and timing cannot be altered, so there’s no way to increase or decrease the amount of valve lap when both valves are open at the same time. As engines go, some have great low-end performance, while others have better top-end performance. If you’ve ever heard an old street rod or dragster popping and rumbling at an idle, you’ve heard the lope from the cam. Because these engines are designed to have maximum performance at the top end, the cam is 18 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

valve when there is still some pressure left in the cylinder allows a small portion of the exhaust gas to escape before the piston starts its upward travel. This reduces the exertion from the crankshaft and piston and provides a smoother, more even-running engine at every rpm level. Leaving the intake valve partially open at the right point also allows fresh air to enter the cylinder while the exhaust valve is doing its job of removing the already-burnt gases. This slight intake valve opening creates low pressure and aides the piston in pushing out the remaining gases and getting ready for the next turn of the crankshaft. This is all the result of the configuration and shape of the exhaust ports and manifolds, all of which work together and make the whole process seamless.


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EGR and VVT One item that’s going the way of the smog pump is the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve. The elimination of the EGR valve is the result of the VVT’s ability to control gases entering and exiting the combustion chamber. EGR systems are designed to reduce smog-causing nitrous oxides (NOx) by recirculating a portion of the exhaust gases from each cylinder of the engine back into the intake manifold. This process lowers the combustion temperature to under 2,500° F, above Mercedes’ new biturbo 4.6L V8 uses which NOx gases variable, hydraulic vane-type camshaft are formed, hurtadjusters for the intake and exhaust ing both the envisides. These now have a larger adjustronment and a ment range of 40 degrees with refervehicle’s perform- ence to the crankshaft. ance. and the producEGR systems tion of NOx. work, but they are not able to react If you encounter a vehicle that has fast enough or precise enough for higher than normal NOx levels, or a modern engines and emissions stanburnt or damaged pre-catalyst, make dards. Modern VVT systems are sure the VVT solenoid and exhaust doing the same job as the EGR valve, camshaft position sensor are operatonly better. ing properly. A VVT system is able to control the timing of the exhaust valve so that the Honda VTEC Honda’s term for a variable valve right amount of inert exhaust gases system is i-VTEC. The i-VTEC sysremain in the combustion chamber tem uses an oil pressure solenoid acfor the next combustion cycle. This tivated electrically by the PCM to controls combustion temperatures

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allow oil to pass into the rocker arm between the two normal rockers. This, in-turn, “locks” the normally used two intake valves together with a set of pins that are pushed outward into the two intake rockers and transfers their motion to a higher eccentric lobe (operated by the middle rocker arm). This higher lobe gives the engine the needed boost in power at an rpm higher than 4,500.  When the rpm level drops below 4,500, the oil pressure solenoid shuts off, blocking off the oil pressure and returns the engine to the normally operated two intake valves. The 2008 Accord takes this to a whole new level of valve control, allowing the engine to go from six cylinders, down to four, and even down to three cylinders. It uses a solenoid to “unlock/lock” the cam followers on one bank and allows the followers to float freely while the valve spring keeps the valve in the closed position. Engines equipped with Honda’s VCM (Variable Cylinder Management) systems also include Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) and Honda’s Active Control Engine Mount (ACM) system. The ANC and ACM systems work in cooperation to cancel both noise and vibration that could occur in relation to the cylinder deactivation process. The ANC system uses the audio speakers to cancel out noise by incorporating an opposite phase sound.


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This whole process is controlled by the computer system and becomes imperceptible to the driver. These systems use a mechanical/electrical solenoid that operates with oil pressure to accomplish the range of variable valve timing. The VTECE system is slightly different in its configuration than the VTEC. The With VVT, the valve duration can be matched to the engine emission qualities speed, torque requirements and have been invalve overlap. Now an engine creased but, at the can produce both low- and highsame time, it end performance without any performs the same erratic idle condition or highfunctions as the end loss. VTEC system.

Toyota Valvematic Toyota came out with the Valvematic system in 2008. This system uses an intermediate shaft to achieve a continuous variable valve lift. The intermediate shaft consists of followers

on either side of a roller bearing. These followers rotate with respect to the roller member and “finger followers” (small followers) by means of an internal gear and electric motor attached to the shaft. As the shaft

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moves, the roller member and followers will move in opposite directions (either closer or farther apart). As the angle increases, so does the valve lift. This system can vary the valve timing to any angle needed. In 2007, the VVT-ie system was introduced on the Lexus LS460. This system is both electrical and hydraulic. The exhaust valve is still controlled by way of an oil pressure solenoid, while the intake is controlled by an electric motor on the front of the cam. This allows valve timing to be adjusted with no regard to engine temperature or oil pressure.

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and too much sludge accumulates at the valve ports, the sludge can be passed on through the cam and the valve assembly.  Then, the oil passages in the cam can be compromised and could result in a cam failure due to scored journals. Keep in mind that the VVT system is not operated at a normal driving condition rpm. For example,

Both GM L850 (left) and HFV6 (right) engines utilize VVT technology. (Photos courtesy of GM)

V6 first for the 2003 Cadillac CTS. Since then it has been steadily growing in usage to the point that today, all but a few of the engines coming off the line will have VVT technology. Here’s a quick look at three of their most popular engines. L850 4-Cylinder – Changed over to VVT in 2008 and used in models such as Cavalier, Grand Am, Beretta, etc. There are VVT’s on both the intake and exhaust camshafts, advancing and retarding as needed to minimize emissions, maximize fuel economy and increase horsepower. High Feature V6 – As mentioned above, it started in 2003 and has evolved today to be used for all of GM’s V6 applications (almost 1,000,000 per year!). It’s used in everything from Malibus to Enclaves. There are four VVTs on this engine (one on each camshaft), advancing and retarding as needed to minimize emissions, maximize fuel economy and increase horsepower. This particular system has undergone several changes, evolving from a roller chain system to a silent chain in 2007. Gen 4/Gen 5 V8 – Starting around 2007, GM has gradually changed all but a few of the V8 engines over to VVT. The V8 has only a single VVT and serves to maximize performance as directed by the ECM. The new Gen 5 engine for 2013 will continue to use the same system.

(Camshaft position sensor “Bank 1” and Camshaft position sensor “Bank 2,” respectively). These codes (like any code) don’t entirely mean the sensor is faulty, however the diagnostic charts will tell you to look at the VVT system for a fault and check the sensor as well. Some of the common areas to look into are: valve timing, oil control valve, oil control valve filter screen, camshaft timing/gears, and, of course, the electrical side of the operation as well as the PCM. The very first thing I do before turning nuts and bolts is to check the oil. Oil is an essential part of most VVT systems. Dirty oil and the lack of regular oil changes can leave a buildup of sludge or debris in the passages that lead to the pressure control valve that operates the variable valve timing. If the oil is dirty

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the Honda VTEC system doesn’t operate below 4,500 rpm. So, if you have someone who never gets the car out on the highway and never changes the oil, you can have a potential problem waiting to happen, if and when the car is revved up above 4,500 rpm the next time it heads onto an onramp of the local interstate highway. Code P0521 (Oil pressure sensor/switch range/performance) could be an indication of the quality of the engine oil. It might not be the best diagnostic answer, but when I’ve seen this code on several vehicles, the oil was black and neglected. In some cases, the code can also indicate that the wrong type of oil has been used. I wouldn’t use this as the final solution to the problem with variable valve timing, but rather an indication of things to come. Lack of regular maintenance seems to be the big

factor in most of these systems. Unlike vehicles from years gone by where certain maintenance issues could be neglected, these newer engines and newer systems require the utmost in care. Stressing this point to your customers and performing the required basic maintenance per the manufacturer’s schedule will safeguard their vehicle and increase your profits.

Future Outlook In my opinion, VVT will be as common as a spark plug in the near future. Reducing emissions and reducing the need for an EGR valve, improving fuel economy and getting more performance out of smaller engines tells me that the VVT systems are here to stay.  The next generation of VVT systems are on the drawing boards now, and it won’t be long before they’ll be in the marketplace. With the latest requirements in fuel economy emerging, engines with variable valve timing will become the norm, so it’s time to get ahead of the curve now. ■

VVT system Cloyes developed for General Motors. (Photo courtesy of Cloyes Gear)

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Scott “Gonzo” Weaver is a frequent contributor to ImportCar, a Babcox publication. We would like to thank Cloyes for their input to this article.

Noisy Gear Problem Solved The article we originally ran in the March issue on the Gen IV GM truck engines (page 34) got a lot of attention and many questions. We attribute this to the fact that Doug Anderson provided so much information about the engines including what make them different and which parts are unique to each application. One of the questions that came up after publication had to do with the revised timing set that included a spring-loaded tensioner along with a cam gear with “asymmetrical teeth.” Everyone wanted to know why it was different, so here’s a more detailed explanation. GM designs its engines to go at least 200,000 miles, so a tensioner was added to the timing chain on the Gen IV motors beginning in ’07, to ensure that the timing would be accurate even if it went the distance. That created a problem, because there had to be some initial slack in the chain in order to make the tensioner work, but the engineers couldn’t change the location of the timing gears so they modified the tooth profile on the sprocket to make the chain sit deeper in the gear and create the slack. That idea worked and the chain had plenty of slack, but that was only part of the solution. GM challenged Cloyes Gear to come up with a way to reduce the noise, too. With that in mind, Cloyes engineers designed a powdered metal gear that they called a “random engagement roller chain sprocket” that had teeth with different shapes in a random pattern all the way around the gear. This created the slack that was needed for the tensioner without generating the “common harmonic frequency” that was causing the noise. Look carefully at the picture of the cam gear and you’ll see that there are variations in the shape of the teeth from one to another in a random pattern, so they’re all “asymmetrical,” just as Doug stated in the article. Cloyes solved the problem and ended up with two patents and a lot of business. The “Catch-22” for engine rebuilders is that they will have to use all of the correct components or the engine will have a noisy chain that will fail prematurely. ■


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TECHNICAL EDITOR Larry Carley lcarley@babcox.com

Valve Seat & Guide Machines

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valve seat and guide machine operation. Some of the newer machines is an essential piece of equipare available with digital or computer ment for any shop that does numeric controls (CNC). Maybe you cylinder head work. So whether you don’t think you need such bells and are thinking about upgrading your exwhistles on a valve guide and seat maisting equipment, buying a brand new chine. But once you make the transimachine or finding a good used mation from manual equipment to digital chine, there are a number of important or automated equipment, there’s no factors to consider as you make your going back. decision. Accuracy One of the most important features Accuracy is absolutely essential regardalmost every equipment supplier we less of the brand, other features or age contacted for this article emphasized is of the equipment. Valve seat to guide versatility. What are the capabilities of concentricity is the number one criteria the machine? Can it handle longer or for any valve guide and seat machine. wider cylinder heads? Does the machine have enough vertical travel and fore and aft travel to do what you want it to do? Is a dedicated valve guide and seat machine all you need for head work or would a multi-purpose machining center provide additional capabilities that would better serve your needs? Most of the newer machines have a floating head that makes head repositioning fast and easy. A tilting head allows you to align the spindle with the guide in the cylinder head rather than having to align the head to the spindle. An older used machine with a fixed head can’t provide that kind of versatility. It’s the same story for the fixturing. Can the fixturing handle the kind of heads that you work on most? If not, what will it cost to replace or upgrade the fixturing so it can handle such heads? Guide and seat machines have evolved over Most of the newer valve seat & the years. Constant refineguide machines have a floating ments have been made to head that makes head repositionimprove speed, accuracy, ing fast and easy. flexibility, ease of setup and 26 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

Many factors can affect concentricity and accuracy. Most experts recommend using dead pilots (fixed pilots) rather than live pilots. Live pilots leave room between the pilot shaft and the inside diameter of the valve guide so they can spin freely. Even if that is only .0001˝, it still adds up to .0001˝ on each side of the shaft. Depending on the length and size of the pilot, that may allow as much as 0.001˝ of tolerance runout at the valve seat. Too much runout in the seat will cause a valve to flex every time it closes, and over time this can lead to valve fatigue and possible valve fail-


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Feature ure. The most accurate method for making sure the valve seat is concentric with the guide is to use a concentricity gauge. A simple vacuum check can be misleading because a valve can still seat even if the seat is slightly off-center with respect to the centerline of the guide. Fixed pilots have a gradual taper that centers off the middle of the valve guide (which is important when you are working on heads with high mileage valve guides that are typically worn at the top and bottom). The other benefit of fixed pilots is that you don’t have to have as many sizes, so your investment in pilots can be 30% lower than if you were

A tilting head allows you to align the spindle with the guide in the cylinder head rather than having to align the head to the spindle.

using a live pilot system. Whether you choose to use fixed or live pilots, you should always use carbide pilots. Other factors that affect accuracy include the type of seat material you are cutting, the rpms of the machine and the sharpness of your cutter blades. Seat concentricity can also be affected by how the spindle is driven. Some machines have belts that connect the main spindle quill to a motor in the back of the machine. This may cause vibration which translates into runout that affects the concentricity of the valve seats. For machines that do have the motor mounted directly on the quill, it is important to have adequate power since torque affects performance. If a machine lacks sufficient power to cut a seat properly, you get chatter. Always look at the type of motor (bearing motors vs. servo-motors that have higher vibration frequency), and compare the power rating of the motor. Probably one of the most overlooked aspects of achieving the best valve seat concentricity is leveling. Many people are using bubble levels, or simple 1-axis digital levels. The problem with the bubble level is that there is no way to get the accuracy needed. With a simple 1-axis level, the reading is not taken at the spindle quill but from a post on the side of the machine. To align the post to the quill, you must put an adapter in the quill, test it, then test the post. But there’s no guarantee the alignment will remain the same. If you accidentally hit the post too hard, or didn’t tighten it down enough, you can move your “0” on the level. As a result, your post will not be aligned properly with the quill. If you then level your valve guide Circle 28 for more information 28 January 2013 | EngineBuilder


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to the “0” on the post, the valve guide and spindle quill will not be aligned. The most accurate approach is to consistently check the location of the quill directly so you know it is lined up with the valve guide. The rigidity of the machine is also important. The more rigid the equipment, the better it can hold accurate alignment and resist vibration. Consider the strength of the base casting, column and head stands. Can it withstand an earthquake or will it quiver and shake with every tremor? Something else you may not know is that valve guide and seat machines built for the U.S. market are not the same as those that are built for the European market. In Europe all of the guides and seats are replaceable so the only machining operation is to profile the seats and occasionally counterbore for oversize seats. In the U.S., we do the same kind of jobs but also reclaim spring pockets, drill for replacement guides, drill out broken studs and re-thread the holes, counterbore the castings for seat inserts, replace spark-plug threads, drill for screw-in studs and guide plates and then profile the seats to perfect geometry as well. So the machine has to have the power and versatility to handle all of these jobs well.

Speed Speed is important, but not at the cost of accuracy. Since dead pilot systems are capable of producing higher tolerances, using a dead pilot system is preferable to a live pilot

system even if it is somewhat slower. There are new tools on machines like “spring-less ball heads” that allow the worker to move from one guide to the next without having pull off all the previous tooling. It makes the work faster and easier on the operator without sacrificing accuracy. Of course, the most accurate valve guide an seat machine in the world won’t do much to boost your productivity and profitability if it is a pain to set up and use. That’s why equipment suppliers have continued to refine and improve the setup and operation of their machines so they are quick

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and easy to use. Mounting a cylinder head in a cradle is fairly simple on most machines today. Automated digital or CNC controls now make it possible for almost anybody to operate a valve guide and seat machine. With a manual machine, the operator has to mechanically move the quill down. No matter how good the machinist is, it is nearly impossible to be absolutely consistent with every repetition that they do. On top of that, some machinists are more skilled than others. You have good, better, and best employees. With an automated valve guide and seat machine, the variability and inconsistencies between employees is eliminated. You get consistent high quality results no matter who is operating the machine.

What About Maintenance And Service? Something else to think about is the amount of maintenance a machine may require over time, and the level of

service the equipment supplier can provide when you need it. Service after the sale is something you may not think is all that important – until you need it. Most shops can’t afford to have a critical piece of equipment out of commission because they can’t get parts or service on a timely basis. One of the big disadvantages of buying older used equipment is that replacement parts may be difficult to find – especially if the equipment supplier has gone out of business or no longer makes valve guide and seat machines. So the savings on the price of the equipment may not seem like such a bargain after all if you discover the machine was worn parts that need to be replaced and you can’t get the parts you need. If you want to know how good a machine really is or what kind of customer service you can expect when the need arises, talk to someone who is using similar equipment. Your equipment salesman should be able to pro-

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vide you with some reference contacts in your area you can call for more details. Do call them and ask them if they are satisfied with their equipment, if they have run into any problems with it, and if so how the equipment company handled it. A red flag before the sale is better than an unpleasant surprise after a sale.

Other Considerations A list of other things you should consider when looking at valve guide and seat machines includes the following: • Tooling storage; • Tooling capabilities of the machine; • Ease of changing tooling; • Ease of setting up and cutting a seat; • Tool sharpener for tooling; • Vacuum for keeping working area clean; • Front-to-back and side-to-side travel of the work head; • Work lighting (This one can’t be


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Guhring, a German company, has developed a multi-flute and double adjustable PCD-tipped two step reamer for machining of valve seat and valve guide bores in one setting.

stressed enough!); • Air float of machine work head (Ease of floating and locking); • Make sure head can tilt +/- 15 Deg for canted valve guide work;

• Ease and accuracy of leveling; • Built in vacuum tester (To test your work before you take it off the machine); • Motor RPM variation; and • Motor power, motor type, motor location. Notice that we did not mention cost yet as a consideration. That’s because the cost of the equipment should be the LAST thing you look at when choosing a new piece of equipment. Don’t let the high cost of some machines scare you off. Yes, everybody has to operate within a budget, and no piece of equipment is worth the price if it can’t pay for itself one way or another. Your investment should deliver a higher level of quality, allow you to work on a wider variety of heads or to do jobs your current machine can’t do, and it should give you a measurable improvement in productivity and profitability. The price of the equipment doesn’t always reflect the true capabilities of the equipment, but as a rule you should expect to pay more for digital or CNC controls, additional features and tooling. Many equipment suppliers offer a variety of models and options, and can often customize a machine to match your specific requirements and finances. Communication is important here to make sure that what you are buying is what you actually need and that you fully understand the capabilities of the equipment. ■

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Heavy-Duty Coolant Options

BY DENISE KOETH CONTRIBUTING EDITOR DKOETH@BABCOX.COM

Today’s coolants meet the increased demands of modern diesel engines

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hile the fundamental duty of coolant technology. engine coolants has not “With EGR, hot exhaust gases are changed – they must transfer recycled to the engine’s combustion excess heat and offer freeze and boiling chamber, diluting the diesel fuel/air protection, plus corrosion and liner mixture and reducing NOx producprotection – modern coolants must tion,” Pellet says. “All the added heat transfer more heat than in the past, associated with the recycled exhaust largely due to new emissions systems. must be removed by the coolant When considering the energy conthrough an EGR cooler…coolants must sumed to power a heavy-duty diesel be thermally stable while still providengine, remember that only about oneing excellent corrosion protection third goes to the drivetrain; another under these more demanding condi30% is lost as heated exhaust and 7% is tions.” radiated from the engine, according to “In order to meet fuel economy and Regis Pellet, director of coolant techniemission requirements, heavy-duty cal service and development at Old OEMs are increasing power densities World Industries. The remaining 30% using turbo chargers, inner coolers, of energy – heat -- must be removed by high efficiency aluminum radiators, the engine’s coolant and cooling sysand multiple cooling system loops to tem. provide the necessary cooling,” ex“Without efficient cooling, engine plains Stede Granger, OEM technical components, seals and gaskets and luservices manager for Shell Lubricants. brication will age rapidly, wear down He adds that since these engines prematurely and fail,” Pellet says. “It is and cooling systems contain a signifithe coolant’s job to keep all cantly greater Coolant inspection is a normal engine components operatamount of alupart of diesel engine operation. ing within the temperature Be sure the coolant you specify range for which they have with your engines meets the been designed. In addition needs of your customers. to the coolant’s number one job of heat removal, a coolant also must provide freeze protection for the winter months and corrosion protection of all cooling system components year-round.” Engine technology has advanced over the past decade to include additional components for emission compliance. Jeff Snyder, industrial brand specialist for Chevron Lubricants, says some of these technologies, such as exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), can add upward of 30% more heat into the cooling system, thermally stressing the 36 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

minum, it has been observed that nitrite-containing coolants may react with aluminum components, causing unwanted reactions that can damage aluminum components. Shell says its new HD ELC coolants are nitrite-free and provide greater aluminum protection. “For the emission technology, most OEMs are using a combination of SCR and EGR of which both strategies are increasing the additional thermal load on the coolant,” Granger says. “To meet these challenges, Shell’s HD ELC coolants are also formulated with greater oxidation and thermal stability.” According to Josh Hahn, Cummins Filtration coolants and chemicals business manager, in addition to engine cooling, the engine maker uses coolant to cool EGR coolers, turbochargers, hydrocarbon injectors and DEF doser valves. “Cummins coolant recommendations have evolved over time to reflect changes in diesel engine and


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coolant technology, environmental regulations and customer needs. Since 1995, Cummins has recommended the use of only fully formulated coolants meeting ASTM D6210, TMC RP 329 (ethylene glycol) and RP 330 (propylene glycol) specifications. However, Cummins discovered significant weaknesses in some coolants meeting these ASTM specifications. This led to the development of Cummins Engineering Standard 14603 to ensure coolant used in Cummins engines meets the requirements of all engine components.” Generally speaking, the main types of engine coolants are conventional (inorganic), organic additive technology (OAT), and hybrid. “Both (conventional and OAT) technologies can provide excellent, proven corrosion protection when used and maintained properly,” advises Old World’s Pellet. He notes that conventional coolants protect against corrosion by coating all surfaces with a protective layer of inorganic oxides, such as silicate or phosphate layers.

“This layer works well, but inhibitors are consumed in the process of layer formation, so conventional heavy-duty coolants must be refortified with supplemental coolant additives (SCA) in order to maintain effective corrosion protection over the life of the heavyduty diesel engine.” Inorganic additives need to be replenished at routine maintenance intervals to ensure proper function and protection, according to Chevron’s Snyder, who says this can be done through either liquid additions or water filters that contain the additives. Pellet says conventional coolants should typically be replaced entirely after two to three years of use or 200,000 to 300,000 miles. OAT coolants, conversely, do not rely on protective layering. “OAT inhibitors react only where needed at the sites of potential or incipient corrosion,” Pellet explains. “Thus, inhibitor consumption is greatly reduced so that SCA addition is no longer required. A one-time addition of an extender is

sometimes required at half life, typically after 300,000 miles of use, effectively doubling the lifetime of OAT coolants.” He adds OAT coolants can last for 600,000 to 1 million miles and often are referred to as “extended life coolants.” The reduced maintenance and improved cooling properties are key advantages to OAT coolants and most major engine manufactures offer OAT coolant as a factory fill option. Extended life technology also offers increased heat transfer capabilities, since the additive technology does not create another barrier layer to heat transfer, notes Chevron’s Snyder. Hybrid coolants use a mixture of inorganic and organic additives to provide buffering, corrosion protection and liner pitting, notes Cummins’ Hahn, who adds that recent advancements in engine and cooling system technology have resulted in more OEMs moving to a full OAT type coolant.

Coolant Makeup Because of the first and foremost coolant function – efficient heat transfer – almost all coolants contain 40% to 60% water, which is “the most effective heat transfer agent readily available for this number one job,” says Old World’s Pellet. “Where heat transfer is limiting, even higher levels of water may be used.” Most coolants today also offer freeze protection, which is provided by ethylene glycol. “When mixed with water, glycol can lower the coolant freeze point to -30˚ to -50˚ F with the greatest freeze point depression coming at about 60% glycol content,” Pellet explains. “Glycol is not as efficient at heat transfer as water, so some cooling capability is sacrificed to gain freeze protection.” The third component is comprised of a corrosion inhibitor package. Corrosion inhibitors must protect all cooling system components, which can include iron, steel, copper, brass and aluminum. “While of great importance, the inhibitor package may comprise only 3% to 5% of the total coolant composition,” Pellet says, adding that coolant also contains minor components such as scale inhibitors, anti-foams, dyes and sometimes bittering agents to reduce

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chances of accidental ingestion. According to Mike Tourville, director of marketing for Evans Cooling Systems, because of newer engine technologies, a coolant that can transfer heat under extreme environments without forming vapor – and hence pressure – or overheating is a preferable choice. Water loses most of its heat transfer abilities when it turns to vapor, creating stress within the cooling system. A waterless coolant, such as Evans, does not form vapor in an engine because of its high boiling point. “Water-based coolants are pushed to their limits and the demands of an engine are forcing cooling technologies to raise the bar,” he notes. “One major difference between water-based coolants and Evans waterless coolants is that the bar can be raised without worrying about cooling system failure.” Tourville explains that water’s low boiling point – normally at 212-degrees F, but up to 240- to 250-degress in a pressurized system – becomes the failure temperature of the cooling system. Coolants containing 50% water (most coolant is a 50/50 mix with ethylene glycol and water, along with anticorrosive additives) will be much more likely to overheat. “Evans waterless coolant, by contrast, doesn’t boil until 375-degrees F,” he says. “That separation of the operating temperature and the higher boiling point provides a safe margin without the worry of overheating.”

Because of Evans waterless coolant’s higher boiling point, vapor will not be formed, resulting in less stress on the cooling system. “Normally, a cooling system operates under 15 lbs. of pressure,” Tourville explains. “Evans waterless coolant might normally operate at about 3 lbs. Evans will not prevent leaks, but can make them much less likely to occur with the lower pressure.” Evans’ higher boiling point enables an engine to take advantage of a temperature range that water-based coolants cannot handle, he says, adding this translates into fuel savings by allowing greater efficiency within the cylinder and enabling a reduction of fan-on time. Typically, a truck converted to Evans will see a fuel economy improvement between 3% and 8%, Tourville notes. Evans waterless coolant also essentially eliminates cavitation erosion of the cylinder liner, ultimately reducing maintenance costs. According to Tourville, a John Deere Cavitation test performed at Southwest Research Institute demonstrated that Evans performed 70% better than the next best-tested coolant to avoid cavitation erosion. Estimates project up to 40% of total engine costs are related to problems that originate in the cooling system, according to Hahn at Cummins. Repairs are costly and create unnecessary downtime that affects equipment operations and customer deadlines. ■

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Shell Lubricants reminds that TMC has established recommended coolant colors for different types of coolants, though the colors are not required and not all manufacturers follow the recommendations. The colors that are recommended are red for extended life coolant (ELC), purple/pink for fully formulated ethylene glycol-based coolant, blue for fully formulated propylene glycol-based coolant, and green for conventional coolant. Shell said it generally follows the color recommendations; however, yellow is used for its nitrite-free coolant, Shell Rotella Ultra ELC. “While coolant color is a helpful guide, the most important thing to know is the type of coolant you have in your truck and to not mix coolant types,” says Shell’s Stede Granger, OEM technical services manager. “Each type of coolant is different and needs to be maintained in a different way.” He adds this is particularly important for both conventional fully formulated and ELCs, which can be contaminated if they are diluted with other types of coolants. Mixing of conventional fully formulated coolant and ELC reduces the effectiveness of the corrosion inhibitor in both products and the poorest corrosion inhibitor will dictate the performance.


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Today’s Improved Cleaning Methods & Equipment It may be one of the most mundane tasks in your shop, but it’s also one of the most important CONTRIBUTING EDITOR Michael Freeze mfreeze@enginebuildermag.com

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lthough extremely important, the job of cleaning engine parts leaves nothing to the imagination. You’re idly standing with a spray gun in your hand or beside a washer tank or cabinet. It’s a basic, time-consuming procedure, but that grime, oil and baked-on sludge won’t come off by itself. This necessary evil is the difference between a satisfied customer and a comeback that’ll cost your shop’s bottom line. Whether before basic repair or restoration, cleaning the engine components makes the remanufacture a less cumbersome experience further in the process. As with many kitchen appliances, engine cleaning is no different: There’s more than one way to clean a fish, so to speak. Several cleaning options are available and some shops incorporate a combination of methods that provide a number of advantages. One tried and true procedure, aqueous spray cleaning, wins over most shops because it has proved to be more environmentally sound than the toxic volatile organic compound (VOC) solvent cleaning ways of the past that polluted the air as well as endangered workers. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), aqueous cleaners contain less than five percent (50 grams per liter) of VOCs. Many washers apply a heated stream flow – primarily in the midhigh range of 100 degrees F – with the help of detergents and surfactants. Ideal for cleaning less-sizable instruments or baskets of multiple parts, aqueous solution-based systems suit most of an engine shops’ needs. In addition, jet spray washers bring the ele42 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

ment of automation, freeing up your employees to concentrate on other tasks. Jet sprayers work akin to a stronger version of a dishwasher. Fixed nozzles apply the water solution as the soiled component rotates to completion. Though your once-soiled part – after a run through the spray washer or other aqueous devices – has the vast majority of sludge removed from its surface, chances are your elbow grease will have to rid the remaining part of oil and dirt trapped in the hard-toreach areas such as oil galleys and water jackets. For shops wanting less hand cleaning afterward, there’s the ultrasonic tank cleaner. While the jet spray washer is similar to an industrial dishwasher, the ultrasonic tank may remind one of a deep grease fryer. Instead of breaded chicken or potato wedges, the more oblong parts–such as

a cylinder head– are submersed in water through extreme levels of vacuum and pressure via the vibration of sound waves. Depending on the equipment, the frequency can range from 40 to 170 Kilohertz. The process, known as cavitation, creates a series of bubbles that dismantles the pressure. The vibration literally breaks the water out of its molecules under the solution at approximately 150 degrees F and decays the dirt and grime off of the engine component in usually less than an hour’s time. The advantage to ultrasonic cleaning is that it cleans internally – ideal for pistons and cylinder heads – minimizing the use of manual cleaning thus maximizing your worker’s productivity. In addition, it’s environmentally safe and meets EPA standards. Comparable to a self-cleaning oven, blast ovens are – of course – more industrial-sized and have been a staple in Wet blasting is also known as slurry blasting, liquid honing and vapor blasting. A wet blast system uses water with abrasive to form slurry that is used for the blast effect. The velocity of the slurry along with the physical characteristics of the blast media is what does the cleaning or peening.


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Feature Ultrasonic cleaning systems utilize sound waves that vibrate the solution at high frequencies, producing tiny bubbles that scrub the part clean.

engines shops for many decades. Like ultrasonic tanks, blast ovens also lessen the need for hand cleaning dirty parts. The major advantage is the lack of cleaning solutions. Most ovens operate in temperatures of at least 500 degree F. In the course of a few hours, the heat erases the stained containments from the part. Afterward, it is either sprayed off or run through a steel shot blaster to remove any remaining residue, rust or paint to produce a like-new look. One disadvantage to thermal ovens is that the temperature is too high to handle aluminum. At temps above 500 degrees F, the aluminum can become annealed and lose strength. Experts say you must exercise extreme caution when using an oven for these components. Though these methods have been performed in shops time after time with good results, newer approaches have proved just as, if not more than, effective. As the age of castiron components moves into the world of more aluminumbased parts, end users have found that the original methods can be too harsh for the today’s metals. Some users feel the blast ovens involve unnecessary steps and are too intense for aluminum. Plus, blast ovens are generally serviceable for heavier steels and bulkier parts in a world where automotive accessories are becoming increasing compact. Other shops have shied away from thermal ovens and spray washers that utilize cast iron cleaning solutions due to its hasher cleaning process. With some spray washing solutions, the finish of an aluminum part will take upon a tarnished look rather than a like-new appearance due to the chemical makeup of the cleaning solution that was put through the part. Additionally, some shops will add another step to the process by painting the aluminum to make it look new, thus taking away productive time that could be utilized elsewhere. To combat these issues, soda blasting has offered an applicable alternative to traditional engine cleaning. “It all depends on what your definition of ‘clean’ is,” says Delia Downes, product manager of ARMEX baking sodabased media manufactured by Church & Dwight Co., Inc. Soda media is a form of baking soda that has been developed for industrial use to remove hardened, baked contaminants such as oils and grease. It is delivered in a compressed air stream or a slurry blast system. Simply put, it’s the transfer of kinetic energy. The crystals

of the soda break upon the surface of the part thus lifting the caked dirt and oil off of the automotive part. As a result, the part is restored to a like-new surface finish. “It is line of sight operation,” Downes explains, “so you have to direct the nozzle spray toward the contamination to be removed. It is a manual process but it can be automated if there is a large throughput of parts with the same geometry and dimension being cleaned.” Sodablasting is one of the more effective methods to achieve a detailed level of clean. Much of the work can be done in one step, eliminating the various chemistries used in multi-step processes. “The other benefit – and this is key – is that it’s water soluble,” says Downes. “Other media popular in this industry, like plastic and glass, can cause particle ingression issues, becoming trapped in passageways and then causing engine failure or warranty issues.” Baking soda-based media is not toxic or combustible and is on the low end of the Moh’s hardness scale. Considering soda blasting as a cleaning method can be very cost effective depending on the required level of clean, the number of steps eliminated and the associated cost of the use and disposal of chemistries used in those steps. Some shop owners also have implemented soda-blasting cabinets as a cost-effective method versus ultrasonic tanks. “Before we started soda blasting, the biggest thing was that people didn’t see the need to clean parts thoroughly enough,” says Herb Tobben, Lab Manager at Clemco Industries. “This was destroying parts of their engine because the media would act like a grinding compound in the engine and get into the oil passageways. They didn’t understand the importance of a thorough wash.” Clemco designs its soda blast cabinet, The Bicarbonator, which cleans and strips automotive parts. The device – visually akin to an incubator – allows the user to blast the part of its debris. Most of their cabinets use media that is water soluble, thus keeping media and grease from staying in internal passageways. “That’s where a lot of people get into trouble. Years ago, people would try to do a good job of degreasing and then blasting,” Tobben says. “Then Ultrasonic systems come in after that going through a parts many sizes, though many look washer to get the blast media like the size of a food fryer with out because otherwise, the beara heated tank on top and the ings and the engine would get valves and nozzles below. destroyed. All too often, they try to do it in high production,

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efficient components, and uses lighter materials the associated cleaning methods must adapt. ARMEX soda blasting is an excellent choice when preserving surface material is the paramount concern. With it you have no changes to base material, machined tolerances, screw threads and other complicated contours.” Shops have to change their cleaning process or else they’ll damage the parts. Products where preservation is paramount when the end user wants no change on the surface material, means you want no change to machine tolerances, threads, screws and folds. “If you’re cleaning as part of a disassembly, reassembly that’s one Soda blasting can be done either wet or dry and something goes wrong and it gets thing,” Downes says. “But many produces a finish similar to other blasting media in the engine and eventually deof our customers are selling refurexcept that soda is water soluable and will not stroys it.” bished blocks and heads and want get stuck in tiny oil and water passageways. Soda blasting has been known to offer something that looks brand as a fairly new method, but its new.” popularity is tied into its Catch-22 scenario. Though it enjoys As shop managers and owners look for the next, best many advantages, baking soda can be utilized one time per method of cleaning engines, they’ll always rely on what has cleaning and is not recyclable. But it effectively rids parts of been working best for decades. Whether it’s one method or a grime in the venue of a closed loop process, thus saving time combination, ultimately, every shop is different but your in the shop’s workflow. customer’s satisfaction and demands are consistent. ■ First used exclusively for aviation parts, soda media has been making an impact in the engine overhaul market. For more information about cleaning equipment and solutions, be “In the last five years, this method is finding its niche sure to look through the Buyers Guide section on cleaning included with engine builders and gaining acceptance,” says Downes. in the following pages of this issue or go online to read it on our “As the transportation industry innovates to develop energy website at: enginebuildermag.com.

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ENGINE COMPONENTS Adhesives Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc. Engine Components

Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Surface Sciences, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Bearings (camshaft)

Bearings (Rod)

ACL Distribution Inc., BRYCO by Carfel, Inc., Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, Jesel Inc., King Engine Bearings, Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

ACL Distribution Inc., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Bearings (engine sleeve type) Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Pro, Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, King Engine Bearings, Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, NDC Engine Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

Belt Tensioner/Idlers Elgin Industries, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp.

Bushings Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, King Engine Bearings, Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine Bearings, NRG Auto Systems Inc., PAI Industries Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Cam Caps Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group

Bearings (main, rear main) ACL Distribution Inc., Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Callies Performance Products, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Egge Machine Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, King Engine Bearings, Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Maxiforce Inc., Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine 46 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

Camshaft Kits Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., Camcraft Cams LLC, Camlogic Technologies, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Erson Camshafts, FederalMogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-

Mogul, Smith Brothers Pushrods, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tiffin Parts, Torque Power Source, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Wolverine/Blue Racer

Camshaft Seals Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Grace Automotive, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Camshaft Thrust Plate and Parts BRYCO by Carfel, Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Camshafts Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., ATI Performance Products, Callies Performance Products, Camcraft Cams LLC, Camlogic Technologies, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Howards Cams & Racing Components, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Ohio Crankshaft Co., PAI Industries Inc., Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, RCS Motorsport, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, RPMS Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Trick Flow Specialties, Wolverine/Blue Racer

Chain Kits Borg Warner Morse Tec, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, ESCO


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Clamps Motor State Distributing

Complete Engines Automotive Specialists Inc, Baker Engineering Inc., Butler Performance, Jasper Engines & Transmissions, Liberty Engine Parts, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, RCS Motorsport, Sardello Inc., VSI Performance Warehouse, Yamato Engine Specialists

Connecting Rods Access Industries Co., Atomic Speedware, BRC Performance, Callies Performance Products, CAT Power Engine Parts, CP-Carrillo, Diesel Head & Parts, Eagle Specialty Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, GRP Connecting Rods, Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Manley Performance, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Racing Engine Valves (REV), RCS Motorsport, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Scat Enterprises Inc., Sonny's Racing Engines & Components, Standard Crankshaft Co., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Crankshafts

Cylinder Heads, Reman: Cast Iron Bare

Alfing Corporation, BRC Performance, Callies Performance Products, CAT Power Engine Parts, Eagle Specialty Products, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, EngineQuest, ESCO Industries Inc., Howards Cams & Racing Components, Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Manley Performance, Marine Crankshaft Inc., Motor State Distributing, Ohio Crankshaft Co., PAI Industries Inc., Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, Probe Industries, Quality Power Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., Standard Crankshaft Co., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Liberty Engine Parts

Cylinder Head Components

Cylinder Liners (sleeves)

Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., Bill Mitchell Products, Brodix Inc., Corteco, Crane Cams, Dart Machinery Ltd., Diesel Head & Parts, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Enginetech Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Grace Automotive, Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, McLaren Performance Products, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Precision Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Racing Engine Valves (REV), RHSRacing Head Service, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc., Sonny's Racing Engines & Components, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head, Tucker Valve Seat Co.

Block Pro, Condumex, Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Interstate-McBee, K-Line Ind. Inc., KMP USA Ltd., Kraus International Inc., Kubota Engine America Corp., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, NPR of America Inc., PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves, RHS-Racing Head Service, Richland Ltd., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Torque Power Source, TractoParts Center Inc.

Connecting Rod Nuts, Bolts ARP Inc., Callies Performance Products, CP-Carrillo, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Crankshaft Conversions Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Scat Enterprises Inc.

Crankshaft Dampers ATI Performance Products, BHJ Product Inc., Callies Performance Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Pro, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive

Crankshaft Kits Atomic Speedware, Crankshaft Rebuilders, Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., Standard Crankshaft Co., Venture Products Intl.

Buyers Guide

Cylinder Heads, New: Aluminum Bare Air Flow Research, Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc., Bill Mitchell Products, Brodix Inc., Dart Machinery Ltd., Edelbrock Corp., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, McLaren Performance Products, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, RHS-Racing Head Service, Thul Engine

Cylinder Heads, New: Aluminum Complete Air Flow Research, Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc., Automotive Specialists Inc, Bill Mitchell Products, Brodix Inc., Butler Performance, Edelbrock Corp., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, McLaren Performance Products, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, RHS-Racing Head Service, Thul Engine, Trick Flow Specialties

Cylinder Heads, New: Cast Iron Bare

Cylinder Heads, Reman: Cast Iron Complete Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Liberty Engine Parts, Pro Diesel

Diesel Injectors Alliant Power, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, S.B. International, Inc., TractoParts Center Inc.

Dipstick Adapters (Chevy, Ford) Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Dowel Pins Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Federal-Mogul Corp., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Driveline Dampers Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Engine Blocks Bill Mitchell Products, Block Pro, Callies Performance Products, Dart Machinery Ltd., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Sardello Inc., Scat Enterprises Inc., World Products

Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., Bill Mitchell Products, CIFIC International Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, RHS-Racing Head Service, World Products

Crankshaft Pulley Sleeves

Cylinder Heads, New: Cast Iron Complete

Engine Kits

Engine Parts Group, Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, ESCO Industries Inc., FederalMogul Corp., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Access Industries Co., Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., Bill Mitchell Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, RHS-Racing Head Service, Thul Engine, World Products

Bill Mitchell Products, Butler Performance, Callies Performance Products, Diesel Guard/MCI, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Howards Cams & Racing Components, KMP USA Ltd., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Maxiforce Inc., Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Pro Diesel, Probe Industries, Richland Ltd., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tiffin Parts, Torque Power Source, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., VSI Performance Warehouse

Crankshaft Oil Slingers

Crankshaft Seals Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Freudenberg-NOK, Grace Automotive, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Cylinder Heads, Reman: Aluminum Bare Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., CIFIC International Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Liberty Engine Parts

Cylinder Heads, Reman: Aluminum Complete Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., American Cylinder Head Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts

Engine Blocks - Remanufactured Jasper Engines & Transmissions, Sardello Inc., Yamato Engine Specialists

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Engine Mounts Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Fluidampr/Vibratech TVD, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Pioneer Inc., Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, Powerhouse Products, Professional Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive, Venture Products Intl.

Filters - Fuel

Head Bolts

Canton Racing Products, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing

ARP Inc., Corteco, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, EngineQuest, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Filters - Air MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing

Filters - Oil Canton Racing Products, Kubota Engine America Corp., MAHLE Original Piston Rings, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing

Flywheel (ring) Gears Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Venture Products Intl.

Flywheel Assemblies Engine & Performance Whse, EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Pioneer Inc., Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive, Venture Products Intl.

Hex Shafts Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Hydraulic Lash Adjusters Alabama Cylinder Head Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Injectors Fuel System Components Aeromotive Inc., Baker Engineering Inc., Carter Fuel Delivery/Federal-Mogul, CV Products, Edelbrock Corp., Engine & Performance Whse, Fast, Federal-Mogul Corp., Holley Performance Products, Motor State Distributing, Pro Diesel, Professional Products, Spectra Premium Industries

Gasket Cement Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, TractoParts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Gaskets Access Industries Co., Amorim Industrial Solutions, Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Best Gasket, Inc., Cometic Gasket Inc., Comp Cams, Corteco, Diesel Guard/MCI, DNJ Engine Components, Edelbrock Corp., Egge Machine Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Freudenberg-NOK, Innovative Machine & Supply, Interface Solutions Inc., Internal Engine Parts Inc, Interstate-McBee, ITM Engine Components Inc., KMP USA Ltd., Kubota Engine America Corp., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc., Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, ROL Gaskets Div./ROL Manufacturing of America, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Gasket, Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Alliant Power, Motor State Distributing

Intake Manifolds Air Flow Research, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Extrude Hone, Fast, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Professional Products, Sonny's Racing Engines & Components, Trick Flow Specialties, Weiand, World Products

IPR Valves Alliant Power, Fast

Keys Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc., SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul

Lockwashers Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Main Caps (4-bolt) Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Pro-Gram Engineering Corp.

Manifold Studs ARP Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Nuts and Bolts Harmonic Balancer Repair Sleeves Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Harmonic Balancers ATI Performance Products, Callies Performance Products, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Circle 48 for more information 48 January 2013 | EngineBuilder

ARP Inc., Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine Parts Group, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Stage 8 Locking Fasteners, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.


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Buyers Guide Oil Coolers

Oil Pump Screens

Piston Pin Bushings

Canton Racing Products, Earl's Plumbing, Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc.

Canton Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

BRC Performance, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine Bearings, PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Oil Filter Adapters Canton Racing Products, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Moroso, Motor State Distributing

Oil Pans Baker Engineering Inc., Canton Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Moroso, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Spectra Premium Industries

Oil Pump Shafts Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries

Oil Pump Timing Covers Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., RPMS Inc.

Oil Pressure Springs

Oil Pumps

Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc.

Access Industries Co., ACL Distribution Inc., CV Products, Diesel Head & Parts, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Internal Engine Parts Inc, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Melling Engine Parts, Moroso, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Oil Pump Kits Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Overhead Camshaft Repair Sleeves Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts

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Piston Pin Lock Rings Arias Pistons, BRC Performance, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, ICON Performance Pistons, Jahns Piston, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silvolite Pistons, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine Co.

Piston Pins Arias Pistons, BRC Performance, Diamond Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, ICON Performance Pistons, Jahns Piston, JE Pistons, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, Manley Performance, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silvolite Pistons, Speed-


Buyers Guide Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Trend Performance, United Engine & Machine Co., Wiseco Piston

Piston Rings Arias Pistons, BRC Performance, Condumex, Inc., Deves Piston Rings, Diamond Racing Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Grant Piston Rings, Hastings Mfg. Co. LLC, ICON Performance Pistons, Interstate-McBee, Jahns Piston, JE Pistons, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine Bearings, NPR of America Inc., PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Pro Diesel, Racing Engine Valves (REV), Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Surface Sciences, Total Seal Piston Rings, TractoParts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine Co., Wiseco Piston Co. Inc.

Pistons Arias Pistons, Atomic Speedware, Beck/Arnley Worldparts, CP-Carrillo, Diamond Racing Products, DNJ Engine Components, Egge Machine Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Grant Piston Rings, ICON Performance Pistons, Internal Engine Parts Inc, IPD LLC, ITM Engine Components Inc., Jahns Piston, JE Pistons, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, MAHLE Motorsport, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Manley

Performance, Maxiforce Inc., Motor State Distributing, NPR of America Inc., PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Pro Diesel, Probe Industries, RCS Motorsport, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Richland Ltd., Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silvolite Pistons, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine Co., Wiseco Piston

Plugs - Expansion Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), ESCO Industries Inc., FederalMogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Plugs - Magnetic Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Plugs - Oil Drain Canton Racing Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Plugs - Standard Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Push Rods Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Smith Brothers Pushrods, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Trend Performance

Radiator/Oil Fans Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing, SPAL Advanced Technologies, Spectra Premium Industries

Rering Kits Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Restoration Engine Parts AA Midwest, Best Gasket, Inc., Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, DNJ Engine Components, Earl's Plumbing, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, EngineQuest, Enginetech Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Holley Performance Products, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Weiand

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Buyers Guide Rocker Arm Components - Adjusting Screws Access Industries Co., ARP Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Components - Ball Washers Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., FederalMogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Components - Nuts ARP Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Shafts Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard

Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Trend Performance

Rocker Arm Studs ARP Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Erson Camshafts, FederalMogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Washers ARP Inc., Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arms CAT Power Engine Parts, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Scorpion Racing Products, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, T & D Machine Products, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Rocker Assemblies and Kits Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, T & D Machine Products, Wolverine/Blue Racer

Rocker Stud Girdles Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Screws Alloy Fasteners Inc., ARP Inc., Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Peterson Machine Tool, Inc.

Sealers Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Seals Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Cometic Gasket Inc., Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc.,


Buyers Guide Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Freudenberg-NOK, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Interface Solutions Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Industries Inc., Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Serpentine Belts

Switches

Engine Parts Group, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc.

Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, NRG Auto Systems Inc., PAI Industries Inc.

Shims Alan C Blood Co., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Innovative Machine & Supply, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Trend Performance

Timing Belts

Studs ARP Inc., Crane Cams, ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Short Blocks Bill Mitchell Products, Diesel Guard/MCI, Engine Parts Group, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Motor State Distributing

Thread Repair

Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark Plugs, Champion/Federal-Mogul, Federal-Mogul Corp., Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries

Springs Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI

Cloyes Gear, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., ITM Engine Components Inc., Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motor State Distributing, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Timing Chain Belt Tensioner

Tappets Camcraft Cams LLC, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Scorpion Racing Products, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Trend Performance

Spark Plugs

Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), Enginetech Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Thread Kits Co.

Thrust Washers Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., King Engine Bearings, Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, NDC Engine Bearings, Safety Auto

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Cloyes Gear, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motor State Distributing, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Timing Chains, Gears, Sprockets Avon Automotive/Progear, Borg Warner Morse Tec, Cloyes Gear, Crane Cams, CV Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tiffin Parts, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Buyers Guide Timing Components Cloyes Gear, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Extrude Hone, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motor State Distributing, PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Timing Covers Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts

Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products

Transmission Adaptors Motor State Distributing

Valve Covers Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Bill Mitchell Products, Canton Racing Products, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Valve Grinding Bench Liberty Engine Parts

Valve Guide Liners Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, K-Line Ind. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Precision Engine Parts, S.B. International, Inc., Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Guides Alexander Engine Parts, Comp Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Kraus International Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Keys Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Lifter Balls Engine & Performance Whse, Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

Valve Lifters Camcraft Cams LLC, Crane Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Trend Performance

Valve Locks and Seals Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Seat Inserts Alexander Engine Parts, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Kraus International Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tucker Valve Seat Co. Circle 54 for more information 54 January 2013 | EngineBuilder


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Valve Spring Inserts

Valve Stem Oil Seals

Valves

Dakota Parts Warehouse, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Cometic Gasket Inc., Crane Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, K-Line Ind. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Comp Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., Parker Fluid Control Division, Precision Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scorpion Racing Products, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Spring Retainers Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Endura-Tech, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SpeedPro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Springs Access Industries Co., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Elgin Industries, Endura-Tech, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Pioneer Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International, Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Train Parts All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc., Cal Valves, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, CV Products, Dakota Parts Warehouse, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Federal-Mogul Corp., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Holley Performance Products, IPD LLC, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, MAHLE Original Piston Rings, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International, Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc., Smith Brothers Pushrods, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head, VSI Performance Warehouse

Water Pumps Alliant Power, DNJ Engine Components, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., Evans Cooling Systems Inc., FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group USA Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Weiand, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts

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ENGINE EQUIPMENT & PREPARATION Air Flow Benches

Block Pressure Testing Equipment

Broach

Audie Technology, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Sardello Inc., SuperFlow Technologies Group

Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Delta Custom Tools, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Power Products

Engine & Performance Whse, S.B. International, Inc.

Air Handling Systems

Motor State Distributing

Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Boring Bar Inserts

Balance Shaft Elimination Kit

Cactus Cutters, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Engine & Performance Whse, EngineQuest, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Safety Auto Parts Corp.

Boring Bar Tool Bits

Balance Shaft Line Boring Equipment

Cactus Cutters, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Balancing Accessories CWT Industries, Fentech Co. Inc., G & H Balancer Service, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Turner Technologies

Balancing Equipment CWT Industries, Fentech Co. Inc., G & H Balancer Service, Hines Industries Inc., ProBal Balancers, Schenck Trebel Corp., T & S Machines and Tools Inc., Turner Technologies

Belt Sander

Boring Machines/Connecting Rod Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Boring Machines/Cylinder Block Pro, Gehring LP, Joe Baker Equipment Sales, KwikWay Products Inc., Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., Peterson Machine Tool, Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sardello Inc., Winona Van Norman

Bushing, Bearing & Seal Driver Sets Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Powerhouse Products, Steck Manufacturing

CAD/CAM Software Open Mind Technologies USA, Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Cam Bearing Installation Tool Comp Cams, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Peterson Machine Tool, Inc., Powerhouse Products

Cap & Rod Grinder Delta Custom Tools, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

CBN Inserts - New Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Cutter Grinding

RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Sardello Inc.

Boring Machines/Line

Bench Grinder

Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Sardello Inc.

Broken Bolt Extractors

Brass Fittings Motor State Distributing

CBN Inserts - Resurfaced Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Cutter Grinding

Cleaning Specialized Engine Aerolyte Systems, Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Clemco Industries Corp., Keteca USA Inc., Kolene Corporation, Mart Corporation, Master Tool Equipment, Miraclean, Omegasonics, Pro Ultrasonics, Sardello Inc., Wet Technologies, Wetblasting.com, Zero Blast Cabinets

CNC Machining Centers Block Pro, Centroid CNC, Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

CNC Retrofit Kits Cactus Cutters, Centroid CNC, Open Mind Technologies USA, Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Compressed Air Equipment Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Connecting Rod Gauges Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Crack Repair Equipment Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc., Lock-N-Stitch

Cranes Motor State Distributing, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Crankshaft Balance Weights ABS Products Inc., CWT Industries, Fame Supply Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Schenck Trebel Corp.

Crankshaft Furnace Gleason Engineering Industries Inc., Jamison Equipment, Inc., Joe Baker Equipment Sales, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., RT Sales, Storm Vulcan Mattoni

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Buyers Guide Crankshaft Journal Weld Kits

Cylinder Sleeve Press

Gasket Scrapers

Honing Stones

Goodson Tools & Supplies, ABS Products Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Master Tool Equipment, QPAC Micropolishing, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Storm Vulcan Mattoni

L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Brush Research Mfg. Co., Inc., Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sardello Inc., Sunnen Products Co., Superior Honing Equipment

Grinding Wheels

Ignition System Testers

Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Radiac Abrasive, Van Norman

King Electronics, Motor State Distributing

Hardness Testers

Arnold Gauge Co., Inc., Performance Trends

Agfa NDT Inc., Comp Cams, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Powerhouse Products

Inspection Gauges

Crankshaft Polishing Belts Abrasive Accessories, Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, QPAC Micropolishing, Radiac Abrasive, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Crankshaft Straightener Gleason Engineering Industries Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Storm Vulcan Mattoni

Demagnetizers Goodson Tools & Supplies, DCM-Tech, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Dial Bore Gauges Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sardello Inc., Sunnen Products Co.

Diamond Dressers Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Shape Master Tool, Sunnen Products Co.

Diesel Injector Hole Repair Tools Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc., Sardello Inc.

Crankshaft Welder Gleason Engineering Industries Inc.

Cylinder Head Adapter Plates

Diesel Injector Sleeve Installation Tool Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc.

BHJ Product Inc.

Cylinder Head Assembly/Disassembly Equip. Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Motor State Distributing, RHS-Racing Head Service, Sure Products Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head

Cylinder Head Chamfering Tool Goodson Tools & Supplies

Cylinder Head Gauge Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, RHS-Racing Head Service

Dowel Pullers

Head/Block Resurfacing (Belt/Sanders)

Dye Penetrant Inspection

Head/Block Resurfacing (Milling)

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Tracer Products

Block Pro, DCM-Tech, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jamison Equipment, Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, T & S Machines and Tools Inc.

Dynamometers Dynamic Test Systems Inc., GoPower/Stone Bennett, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Land & Sea, Inc., Performance Trends, Plymovent Corp., Rodmotion, Sakor Technologies, Soundmaster Noise Control, Stuska Dynamometer, SuperFlow Technologies Group, Taylor Dynamometer

Engine Adaptor Plates Motor State Distributing, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Cylinder Head Pressure Tester

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lock-N-Stitch, SealLock International

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Joe Baker Equipment Sales, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Cal Valves, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sure Products Inc. Powerhouse Products, Extrude Hone, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., Powerhouse Products, RHS-Racing Head Service, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Head/Block Crack Repair Kits

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sardello Inc., Van Norman

Cylinder Head Holders

Cylinder Head Polishing

Grinding Coolants

Engine Cycle Analyzer Performance Trends, Simtest, SuperFlow Technologies Group

Engine Dollies Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing

Engine Lift Fixtures Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc.

Heat Tabs, Temperature Sticks Goodson Tools & Supplies, S.B. International, Inc.

QPAC Micropolishing

Honing Jigs

Freeze Plug Tool Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products

OHC Line Boring Tools

Sunnen Products Co.

Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies

Honing Machines Wrist Pin

Oil Leak Detection

Sunnen Products Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Honing Machines/Cylinder

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co., Superior Honing Equipment

DCM-Tech, Kwik-Way Products Inc., Van Norman

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing, Oakite Chemetall, Powerhouse Products, Sunnen Products Co., Swain Tech Coatings Inc.

Micropolishing Equipment

Honing Machines/Line

Cylinder Head Abrasives, Extrude Hone, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Lubricants

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co.

Brush Research Mfg. Co., Inc., Cylinder Head Abrasives, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Osborn International, S.B. International, Inc., Sunnen Products Co.

Flywheel Grinder

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Hone Stop Fixture

Flexible Honing Tools/Brush Hones

Cylinder Porting Tools

Leveling Device

DCM-Tech, Goodson Tools & Supplies, RT Sales, Sardello Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products

Goodson Tools & Supplies, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Cylinder Head Straightening Cylinder Hone Stops

Leak Down Tester

Magnetic Particle Inspection Crack Detection

Comp Cams, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, S.B. International, Inc.

Feeler Gauges

Agfa NDT Inc., Arnold Gauge Co., Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, NDT Systems Inc., Sunnen Products Co.

Holding Fixtures

Gehring LP, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jamison Equipment, Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, RT Sales, Sardello Inc., Sunnen Products Co., Superior Honing Equipment, Winona Van Norman

Axe Equipment, Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Delta Custom Tools, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Master Tool Equipment, Powerhouse Products, Quality Power Products

In-Process Gauges(Cam and Crank Grinders)

Honing Machines/Valve Guide Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sardello Inc., Sunnen Products Co.

Honing Plates

Parts Cleaner/Chemical Goodson Tools & Supplies, HydroBlast Inc., Keteca USA Inc., Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Miraclean, Motor State Distributing, Oakite Chemetall, Omegasonics, The Casite Company, Ultrasonic Power Corporation

PCD Inserts - New Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Cutter Grinding

Performance Coatings 300 Below Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Oerlikon Balzers Coating USA Inc., Powerhouse Products, Speed-Pro/FederalMogul, Surface Sciences, Swain Tech Coatings Inc.

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Buyers Guide Pin Press

Spark Plug Thread Repair Kits

RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lock-N-Stitch, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Thread Kits Co.

Pin Removal Goodson Tools & Supplies

Piston Ring Compressors Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Total Seal Piston Rings

Pre-Lubricants Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Oakite Chemetall, Simtest, The Casite Company

Push Rod Guide Plates Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Reamers and Special Tools Cactus Cutters, Cal Valves, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Stands

Machines and Tools Inc., Winona Van Norman

Valve Guide Boring Fixture Goodson Tools & Supplies, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Valve Guide Hone

Stud Pullers

Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Seat Pullers

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Valve Guide Knurling

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Neway Manufacturing, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Test Equipment

Valve Guide Reamer

Audie Technology, Goodson Tools & Supplies, King Electronics, Performance Trends, R & J Manufacturing Co., Sakor Technologies, Soundmaster Noise Control, SpinTron, Sure Products Inc., Tracer Products

Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Newen, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Taps

Valve Guide Tool Thickness Gauge Motor State Distributing, NDT Systems Inc., Olympus

Thread Gauges

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc.

Ring Tools

Thread Replacement Kit

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Total Seal Piston Rings

Engine & Performance Whse, Enginetech Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, SealLock International, Thread Kits Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Refacer (Cutter) Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Neway Manufacturing, Engine & Performance Whse, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Kwik-Way Products Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp.

Valve Refacer Wheels Rod Bolt Protectors

Torque Plates

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Sunnen Products Co.

Rod Furnace

Ultrasonic Test Equipment

Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Agfa NDT Inc., Dakota Ultrasonics, NDT Systems Inc., Olympus

Valve Seat & Guide Driver Set

Goodson Tools & Supplies, HallToledo, Inc., Motor State Distributing, Newen

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Engine & Performance Whse, Simtest

Valve Guide & Seat Machine

Valve Seat Cutters

Sandpaper Belts/Wheels

DCM-Tech, Jamison Equipment, Inc., Newen, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp., Sunnen Products Co., T & S

DCM-Tech, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Neway

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Run-In Stands

Abrasive Accessories, Inc., Sardello Inc.

Valve Seat Inserter Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, RHSRacing Head Service

Replacement Chuck for Valve Facers

Rod Vises

Manufacturing, Powerhouse Products, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp., Shape Master Tool, Sunnen Products Co.

Vacuum Tester

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Valve Seat Resurfacer Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Seat Runout Gauge Goodson Tools & Supplies, HallToledo, Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Seat Tool Grinder Goodson Tools & Supplies

Valve Seat Wheels Goodson Tools & Supplies, HallToledo, Inc.

Valve Spring Compressor Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, T & D Machine Products

Valve Spring Testers Dynamic Test Systems Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products

Valve Stem Grinder Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Valve Stem Height Measuring Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Valve Stem Polisher Goodson Tools & Supplies

GENERAL PURCHASES Chemicals & Solvents Adhesive Dispensing Equipment Conklin Equipment Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sardello Inc.

Adhesives Conklin Equipment Co., Cyclo Industries, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Permatex Inc., Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

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Aluminum Cleaners

Cleaners, General Use

Degreasers

Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc., Kolene Corporation, Motor State Distributing, Permatex Inc.

Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies

Aervoe Industries, Better Engineering Mfg. Inc., Cyclo Industries, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment, Keteca USA Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Mirachem Corp., Miraclean, Motor State Distributing, SafetyKleen Corp, Simple Green, Soda Blast Systems, Spectro Oils of America, Workshop Hero

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, Keteca USA Inc., KleerFlo Company, Liberty Engine Parts, Mirachem Corp., Motor State Distributing, Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Seymour of Sycamore, Simple Green, Spectro Oils of America

Caustic

Component Part Coatings

Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies

H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, Motor State Distributing, Swain Tech Coatings Inc., Tech Line Coatings

Carbon & Paint Stripper


Buyers Guide Engine Additives

Spray Paints

Amsoil Inc., Champion/Federal-Mogul, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Cyclo Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Federal-Mogul Corp., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Power Clean 2000, Inc., Spacetek Oil, Spectro Oils of America, Tech Line Coatings, The Casite Company

Aervoe Industries, C & M Topline, Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Seymour of Sycamore, Tech Line Coatings

Engine Assembly Fluid/Prelube Alan C Blood Co., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company

Engine Coolant Evans Cooling Systems Inc., Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company

Flush Solvent Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Power Clean 2000, Inc., The Casite Company

Penetrating Oil Engine & Performance Whse, Federal Process Corp./Free All, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America

Rust Inhibitors Engine & Performance Whse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Federal Process Corp./Free All, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Miraclean, Motor State Distributing, Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Seymour of Sycamore, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company, Workshop Hero, Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Rust Remover Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Workshop Hero, Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Sealants Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Federal Process Corp./Free All, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, SealLock International, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Strippers

Sardello Inc., Soda Blast Systems, Wenesco, Inc., Wet Technologies, Wetblasting.com, Wheelabrator Group, Zero Blast Cabinets

Mirachem Corp., Miraclean, Wet Technologies

Parts Washer Baskets Burnoff Ovens Ace Equipment, Guspro Inc., Jackson Oven, Liberty Engine Parts, Pollution Control Products, Sardello Inc.

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, EZ Environmental Solutions Corp., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Miraclean

Plastic Media

Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co.

Core Sorting Identification Equipment Endural LLC

Soda Blast Systems, Washington Mills Ceramics Corp.

Dust Collectors

Pressure Blasters

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Miraclean, Omegasonics, Ultrasonic Power Corporation

Aerolyte Systems, Clemco Industries Corp., Econoline Abrasive Products, Zero Blast Cabinets

Zinc Oil Additives

Filter Systems

Aerolyte Systems, Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co., Clemco Industries Corp., Guspro Inc., JRI Industries, Soda Blast Systems, Wet Technologies, Wetblasting.com, Zero Blast Cabinets

Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Enginetech Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Les Frickshun Products Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Kaeser Compressors Inc., Sardello Inc.

Pressure Washers

Synthetic Brake Assembly Fluid Motor State Distributing

Ultrasonic Cleaning Chemicals

Core Cleaning & Processing Abrasive Blast Guns Aerolyte Systems, Clemco Industries Corp., Dee Blast Industries, Empire Abrasive Equip Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Wetblasting.com, Zero Blast Cabinets

Abrasives C & M Topline, Cactus Cutters, Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co., Dee Blast Industries, Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc., Econoline Abrasive Products, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Mitchell Abrasives, Motor State Distributing, Osborn International, Pangborn Group, Radiac Abrasive, Sardello Inc., Washington Mills Ceramics Corp., Wenesco, Inc., Wetblasting.com, Wheelabrator Group

Agitating Degreaser Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Goodson Tools & Supplies, JRI Industries, KleerFlo Company, Sardello Inc.

Air Dryers Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Airless Shot Blasters A.R.E. Industries, Goff Inc., Guyson Corp., L S Industries, Pangborn Group, Sardello Inc., Steelabrator Cleaning Systems, Viking Blast & Wash Systems

Baking Ovens Ace Equipment, Conklin Equipment Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jackson Oven

Blasting Cabinets ABS Products Inc., Aerolyte Systems, Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co., Clemco Industries Corp., Dee Blast Industries, Econoline Abrasive Products, Empire Abrasive Equip Co., Goff Inc., Guyson Corp.,

Filtration System/Solvent Reclaimer (Waste/Clean) Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, ATEC Trans-Tool, Hydro Tek-Cleaning Equipment Mfg., KleerFlo Company, Sardello Inc.

Alkota Cleaning Systems, Campbell Hausfeld, EZ Environmental Solutions Corp., Hydro Tek-Cleaning Equipment Mfg., Landa Water Cleaning Systems, Mart Corporation

Salt Bath Equipment Kolene Corporation

Glass Bead Shot Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Sardello Inc., Soda Blast Systems, Wetblasting.com

Sand Blasting Media Wetblasting.com

Sanding Belts Metal Shot Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Pangborn Group, Sardello Inc., Wheelabrator Group

Oil/Water Separators Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, FMT Inc., Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Abrasive Accessories, Inc., Mitchell Abrasives, Sardello Inc.

Shot Peening Equipment Aerolyte Systems, Clemco Industries Corp., Guyson Corp., Sardello Inc., Viking Blast & Wash Systems, Zero Blast Cabinets

Shot Removal Equipment Paint Booths

Clemco Industries Corp., Sardello Inc.

Jackson Oven, Sardello Inc.

Spray Cleaner Equipment Parts Cleaning Brushes Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Osborn International

A.R.E. Industries, Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Andersen Metal Products, Better Engineering Mfg. Inc., Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment, JRI Industries, Mart Corporation, Pro Ultrasonics, Proceco Ltd., Sardello Inc.

Parts Washer (Automatic)

Steam Cleaner Equipment

Ace Automotive Machine Sales, Alkota Cleaning Systems, Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Andersen Metal Products, ATEC TransTool, Axe Equipment, Better Engineering Mfg. Inc., EZ Environmental Solutions Corp., FMT Inc., Goff Inc., Graymills Corp., Guspro Inc., HydroBlast Inc., Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment, Keteca USA Inc., L S Industries, Landa Water Cleaning Systems, Miraclean, Proceco Ltd., SafetyKleen Corp, Sardello Inc., Steelabrator Cleaning Systems, Viking Blast & Wash Systems, Wet Technologies

Alkota Cleaning Systems, Hydro TekCleaning Equipment Mfg.

Surface Prep Discs Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Tanks Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Pro Ultrasonics, Sardello Inc.

Torque Converter Flusher Power Clean 2000, Inc.

Parts Washer (Hand) Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Engine & Performance Whse, Graymills Corp., Keteca USA Inc., Landa Water Cleaning Systems, EngineBuilderMag.com 59


Buyers Guide Tumbling Media

Calipers

Pullers

C & M Topline, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proceco Ltd., Sardello Inc., Washington Mills Ceramics Corp., Wet Technologies

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Measurement Supply Inc., Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sardello Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc., Steck Manufacturing

Ultrasonic Washers Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, FMT Inc., Graymills Corp., Miraclean, Omegasonics, Pro Ultrasonics, Ultrasonic Power Corporation

Countersinks

A.R.E. Industries, C & M Topline, L S Industries, Sardello Inc.

Waste Disposal Systems Anchor Atlantic Group LLC

Waste Water Processing Systems

Access Industries Co., Audie Technology, Camlogic Technologies, EASE Diagnostics, Emi-Tech Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Performance Trends, Schenck Trebel Corp., Tracer Products, Vehicle MRI

HydroBlast Inc., Sardello Inc.

Dial Indicators

Wet Slurry

Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sardello Inc.

Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co., Wetblasting.com

Cranes & Hoists Engine Hoists Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing

Engine Stands Axe Equipment, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products

Floor Jacks, Stands Engine & Performance Whse, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products

Die Tools Columbia Marking Tools

Drills Goodson Tools & Supplies, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc.

Gauges Arnold Gauge Co., Inc., Dakota Ultrasonics, Emi-Tech Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc.

Grinders

Sardello Inc.

Cylinder Head Abrasives, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Mitchell Abrasives, S.B. International, Inc.

Portable Air or Electric Hoists

Heat Guns

Lifts

Sardello Inc.

Esico Triton, Int'l., Sardello Inc.

Hand Cleaning chemicals

Inspection Mirrors Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc.

Hand Cleaners Engine & Performance Whse, Gloves In A Bottle, GOJO Industries, Inc., Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Simple Green

Mechanic's Tools

Protective Coatings

BRYCO by Carfel, Inc., Dakota Ultrasonics, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Steck Manufacturing, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Motor State Distributing, Oerlikon Balzers Coating USA Inc.

Micrometers

Hand Tools ASsembly Tools ARP Inc., Engine & Performance Whse, Esico Triton, Int'l., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, R & J Manufacturing Co., Sardello Inc., Steck Manufacturing

Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sardello Inc.

Pneumatic Tools Campbell Hausfeld, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

Polishers Brush Research Mfg. Co., Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing

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Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Steck Manufacturing

Grinding Compounds

Soldering Tools

Grinding Coolants

Esico Triton, Int'l., Wenesco, Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Sardello Inc.

Liberty Engine Parts, Sardello Inc.

Sardello Inc.

Diagnostic Tools Vibratory Finishing Equipment

Sanders

Elgin Industries, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Spectro Oils of America

Wire Brushes Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, S.B. International, Inc., Sardello Inc.

Wrenches Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Sardello Inc.

Honing Oil Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sardello Inc.

Knurling/Reaming Oil

Lubricants All-Weather Lubricant Spray Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America

Aluminum Cutting/Tapping Oil Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Break-in Oil Driven Racing Oil, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Spectro Oils of America

Engine Oil Amsoil Inc., Brad Penn Lubricants, Callies Performance Products, Comp Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Spacetek Oil, Spectro Oils of America

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Moly Paste Engine & Performance Whse, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc.

Oil Spray Engine & Performance Whse, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motor State Distributing

Silicone Spray Aervoe Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., The Casite Company

Presses Air Presses Sardello Inc.

Engine Oil (Racing)

Hydraulic Presses

Amsoil Inc., Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Powerhouse Products, Spacetek Oil, Spectro Oils of America

Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc.

Engine Pre-Lubricant Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motor State Distributing, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Graphite Oil Spray Engine & Performance Whse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing

Grease Alan C Blood Co., Brad Penn Lubricants,

Services Association Member Services AERA (Engine Builders Assoc.), Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA), Specialty Equipment Market Association

Catalog - General Carter Fuel Delivery/Federal-Mogul, Champion/Federal-Mogul, Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Whse, Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lester Catalog Co., Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA), Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul


Buyers Guide Computer Hardware

Leasing Services

Mib, Performance Trends, Polaris Systems Inc.

Popular Leasing

Machining Services - General Computer Programming

Automotive Specialists Inc, Sardello Inc.

Activant Solutions Inc., EASE Diagnostics, Mib, Pluss Corporation, Vehicle MRI

Publications

Consulting Activant Solutions Inc., Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, ENGINEShop Interlink, Kaeser Compressors Inc., Pluss Corporation, Polaris Systems Inc., RPMS Inc.

300 Below Inc., Controlled Thermal Processing Inc, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Performance Cryogenics

Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show, Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, Specialty Equipment Market Association, Zurich

Repair & Blueprint Manuals Sales/Marketing Materials AERA (Engine Builders Assoc.), Comp Cams, ENGINEShop Interlink, Sardello Inc., Zurich

Shop Design Services Customized Boxes

Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Compak Webcor, R & J Manufacturing Co.,

Shop Management Software Cylinder Surface Preparation Gehring LP

Electronic Cataloging Activant Solutions Inc., Carter Fuel Delivery/Federal-Mogul, Champion/FederalMogul, Federal-Mogul Corp., FelPro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Lester Catalog Co., Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA), Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Engine Cleaning Services Sardello Inc., Wetblasting.com

Engine Disassembly Services

Trade Shows & Expositions

Corrosion Inhibiting Packaging

Trade Shows & Expositions

Zerust Corrosion Solutions

AERA (Engine Builders Assoc.), Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Comp Cams, Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show, International Motorsports Industry Show, Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, Race & Performance Expo, Specialty Equipment Market Association

Crankshaft Bags

Sardello Inc.

Cryogenic Treatment - Engine Components

Shipping

AERA (Engine Builders Assoc.), Comp Cams, EASE Diagnostics, Lester Catalog Co., Mib, Pluss Corporation, Polaris Systems Inc., Vehicle MRI

Training/Instruction Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Carter Fuel Delivery/FederalMogul, Champion/Federal-Mogul, Engine & Performance Whse, Federal-Mogul Corp., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, FP Diesel/FederalMogul, Kaeser Compressors Inc., Race & Performance Expo, Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Specialty Equipment Market Association, Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Zurich

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Cylinder Head Bags/Boxes Endural LLC, Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Engine Bags Engine & Performance Whse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Protective Covers/Containers Compak Webcor, Endural LLC, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Zerust Corrosion Solutions

Returnable Engine/Core Cases Endural LLC, Sardello Inc.

Storage Racks & Benches

Charter Warranty, Engine & Performance Whse

Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Waste Filtration Systems

Imtek Odor Corp., SafetyKleen Corp

Imtek Odor Corp.

Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Motor State Distributing, Weldcraft

Flame Spray Welding/Cast Iron Repair Maintenance Welding Inc.

Gas Welding Equipment Maintenance Welding Inc., Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Tucker Valve Seat Co.

General Welding Equipment Campbell Hausfeld, Lincoln Electric Co., Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Weldcraft

MIG Welding Equipment Lincoln Electric Co., Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Motor State Distributing

Lista International Corp., Sardello Inc., Steelabrator Cleaning Systems

Smoke & Fume Removal

Portable Work Stations

Imtek Odor Corp., Plymovent Corp., Sardello Inc.

ATEC Trans-Tool, Lista International Corp., Sardello Inc.

TIG Welding Equipment Lincoln Electric Co., Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Motor State Distributing, Sardello Inc., Weldcraft

Warranty Programs Kaeser Compressors Inc., Popular Leasing

Arc Welding Equipment

Assembly Benches

Sardello Inc., Yamato Engine Specialists

Financing

Welding

Insurance Program Charter Warranty, Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA)

EXHAUST COMPONENTS Exhaust Components

Exhaust Components: Leak Detection

Exhaust Components: Tube Swaging

Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Plymovent Corp.

CML USA Inc., Ercolina, Sardello Inc., Weldcraft

Exhaust Components: Manifolds

Exhaust Components: Tube/Frame Bending Machines CML USA Inc., Ercolina

Motor State Distributing, Rebuilder's Choice/Packard Industries

Engine & Performance Whse, EngineQuest, Flowtech, Grand Bending, Hooker Headers, Liberty Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc.

Exhaust Components: Custom Exhausts

Exhaust Components: Tube Notching

Grand Bending

CML USA Inc., Ercolina

Exhaust Components: Complete Systems

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300 Below Inc.

2999 East Parkway Dr. Decatur, IL 62526 Phone: (800) 550-2796 (217) 423-3070 Fax: (217) 423-3075 ppaulin@300below.com www.300below.com Peter Paulin, President

AERA (Engine builders Assoc.)

500 Coventry Lane, Ste 180 Crystal Lake, IL 60014 Phone: (847) 541-6550 (888) 326-2372 Fax: (888) 329-2372 info@aera.org www.aera.org Paul Hauglie, President

A.R.E. Industries

2621 South Custer Wichita, KS 67217 Phone: (316) 943-5000 (800) 782-6456 Fax: (316) 943-7518 howard@areindustries.com www.areindustries.com Howard Whitetree, Plant Manager

AA Midwest

Aerolyte Systems

One Cable Car Dr. Washington, MO 63090 Phone: (636) 239-8130 Fax: (800) 726-7559 info@clemcoindustries.com www.clemcoindustries.com Patti Roman, VP Marketing

Aeromotive Inc.

7805 Barton St. Lenexa, KS 66214 Phone: (913) 647-7300 Fax: (913) 647-7207 info@aeromotiveinc.com www.aeromotiveinc.com Kyle Fickler, Director of Business Development

Abrasive Accessories, Inc.

Aervoe Industries

ABS Products Inc.

591 Apollo St. Brea, CA 92821 Phone: (714) 671-0728 Fax: (714) 671-0836 absproducts@sbcglobal.net www.abs-products.com Gary Thompson, Owner

Box 288, 105 Broad St. Alcester, SD 57001 Phone: (800) 255-6823 (605) 934-2222 Fax: (605) 934-1808 jscott@alkota.com www.alkotacleaningsystems.com James Scott, Marketing Mgr.

All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc.

2580 N. Commerce St. N. Las Vegas, NV 89030 Phone: (70) 649-7776 Fax: (702) 649-6777 eeh@enginequest.com www.aamidwest.com Eric Haugland, EQ Nat'l Accts. Mgr. P.O. Box 1629 Frisco, TX 75034 Phone: (800) 367-5886 Fax: (972) 377-2248 Steve Bleggi, Sales Manager

Alkota Cleaning Systems

1198 Mark Circle Gardnerville, NV 89410 Phone: (775) 783-3100 Fax: (775) 782-4027 mailbox@aervoe.com www.aervoe.com Stephen Theriault, Product Manager

Agfa NDT Inc.

50 Industrial Park Rd. Lewistown, PA 17044 Phone: (717) 242-0327 Fax: (717) 242-2606 ndtsolutions@agfandtinc.com www.agfandt.com Rosemary Olson, Marketing Comm. Asst.

Air Flow Research

5370 Johnstown Alex Rd. Johnstown, OH 43031 Phone: (740) 967-7761 (740) 967-8860 Fax: (740) 967-9404 info@allproheads.com www.allproheads.com Bob Williams, President

Alliant Power

6167 Pepsi Way Madison, WI 53707 Phone: (608) 842-5180 (866) 283-1785 Fax: (608) 842-5150 (888) 690-4347 abarlow@alliantpower.com www.alliantpower.com Anita Barlow, V. P. Sales

Alloy Fasteners Inc.

15 Amflex Dr. Cranston, RI 2921 Phone: (800) 343-0839 (401) 943-0639 Fax: (401) 942-7810 chrisr@alloyfasteners.com www.alloyfasteners.com Chris Rotondo, Branch Development Mgr.

American Cylinder Head Inc.

399 Lesser St. Oakland, CA 94601 Phone: (800) 356-4889 Fax: (510) 536-6620 ed@epj-inc.com www.americancylinderhead.com Edward Pavelick, National Sales Manager

Amorim Industrial Solutions

2221 Kenmore Ave. Unit 106 Buffalo, NY 14207 Phone: (866) 210-9251 newcasting1998@gmail.com Jason, Sales Rep.

28611 W. Industry Dr. Valencia, CA 91355 Phone: (661) 705-8508 Fax: (661) 257-4462 tony@airflowresearch.com www.airflowresearch.com www.facebook.com/airflowresearch Tony Mamo, Sales Manager

Ace Automotive Machine Sales

Alabama Cylinder Head Inc.

Amsoil Inc.

Access Industries Co.

907 Burkhart Ave. San Leandro, CA 94579 Phone: (510) 352-3790 Fax: (510) 352-3792 Arthur Hernandez, Sales Manager

Ace Equipment

4725 Manufacturing Rd. Cleveland, OH 44135 Phone: (216) 267-6366 Fax: (216) 267-4361 info@armaturecoil.com www.armaturecoil.com Scott Heran, VP

ACL Distribution Inc.

103 Rainbow Ind. Blvd. Rainbow City, AL 35906 Phone: (800) 235-4323 (256) 413-3882 Fax: (256) 442-6769 scott@alcylinder.com www.alabamacylinderhead.com Scott Heaxt

Alan C Blood Co.

820 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park, MO 63088 Phone: (800) 736-1875 (636) 825-3335 Fax: (636) 825-3359 sablood@accessus.net Scott Blood, President

4722 Danvers Dr. Grand Rapids, MI 49512 Phone: (616) 956-1300 Fax: (616) 956-1311 dfox@aclus.com www.aclraceseries.com Dennis Fox, Director of Sales

Alexander Engine Parts

Activant Solutions Inc.

44160 Plymouth Oaks Blvd. Plymouth, MI 48170 Phone: (734) 414-5884 Fax: (734) 414-5899 megerer@alfing-corp.com www.alfing.com Manfred Egerer, General Manager

804 Las Cimas Parkway Austin, TX 78746 Phone: (512) 278-5000 Fax: (512) 330-9273 www.activant.com Tom Aliotti, VP/General Manager

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23206 Normandie Ave Torrance, CA 90502 Phone: (213) 930-1740 Fax: (213) 930-2937 Milo Alexander

Alfing Corporation

26112 110th St. Trevor, WI 53179 Phone: (262) 862-2311 Fax: (262) 862-2500 tgolema@amorimsolutions.com www.performancesolutions.com Tim Golema

925 Tower Ave. Superior, WI 54880 Phone: (715) 392-7101 Fax: (715) 392-5225 info@amsoil.com www.amsoil.com Ed Newman, Director of Advertising

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC 312 W. Holly Ave. Pitman, NJ 08071 Phone: (800) 458-0355 Fax: (856) 589-3121 eastsales@comcast.net www.anchoratlantic.com Dave Weaver, President

Andersen Metal Products

17079 Muskrat Ave. Adelanto, CA 92301 Phone: (800) 831-3388 (760) 246-8766 Fax: (760) 246-8702 sales@andersenmp.com www.andersenmp.com Wayne Andersen, VP

Apex Automobile Parts Inc. 2602 Loma Ave. South El Monte, CA 91733 Phone: (626) 433-1297 Fax: (626) 433-1296 apex@apexauto.com www.apexauto.com Jeff Chen, GM

Arias Pistons

13420 S. Normandie Ave. Gardena, CA 90249 Phone: (310) 532-9737 Fax: (310) 516-8203 sales@ariaspistons.com www.ariaspistons.com

Arnold Gauge Co., Inc. 9823 Harwood Court Fairfield, OH 45014 Phone: (513) 942-4243 Fax: (513) 942-2877 brad@arnoldgauge.com www.arnoldgauge.com Robert Bruns, President

ARP Inc.

1863 Eastman Ave. Ventura, CA 93003 Phone: (800) 826-3045 (805) 339-2200 Fax: (805) 650-0742 chrisr@arpfasteners.com www.arp-bolts.com facebook.com/arpbolts twitter.com/arpbolts Chris Raschke, Director of Sales & New Prdts

ATEC Trans-Tool

110 Connelly San Antonio, TX 78203 Phone: (210) 225-6745 (800) 531-5978 Fax: (800) 243-9289 web@atec-trans-tool.com www.atec-trans-tool.com Greg Meyers, Sales Manager

Atech Motorsports

1234 Southeast Ave. Tallmadge, OH 44278 Phone: (800) 517-1040 Fax: (330) 630-5365 www.atechmotorsports.com Jon Stupar, Supervisor

ATI Performance Products

6747 Whitestone Road Baltimore, MD 21207 Phone: (410) 298-4343 (800) 284-3433 Fax: (410) 298-3579 info@atiracing.com www.atiracing.com J.C. Beattie Jr., VP of Operations

Atomic Speedware

2974 Santiago St Westlake Village, CA 91362 Phone: (805) 552-0808 Fax: (805) 435-1691 sales@atomicspeedware.com www.atomicspeedware.com Nick Arias III, Owner

Audie Technology

23 N. Trooper Rd. Norristown, PA 19403 Phone: (610) 630-5895 Fax: (610) 630-5894 sales@audietech.com www.audietechnology.com Audie Thomas, President


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Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association (AAIA)

Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics

7101 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: (301) 654-6664 Fax: (301) 654-3299 aaia@aftermarket.org www.aftermarket.org

9 N. Main St. Jamestown, NY 14701 Phone: (716) 665-2340 (800) 766-6606 Fax: (716) 665-2480 malpaugh@ctgclean.com www.ctgclean.com Mary Ann Alpaugh, Inside Sales Manager

Automotive Specialists Inc

Block Pro

4357 Triple Crown Dr. Concord, NC 28027 Phone: (704) 786-0187 Fax: (704) 786-0190 kdorton9@aol.com www.automotivespecialists.com Keith Dorton, President

Avon Automotive/Progear

18 N. Newberry Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 Phone: (708) 352-6870 (800) 323-4281 Fax: (708) 352-1627 mtinaglia74@yahoo.com www.progearweb.com Michael Tinaglia, Mktg Dir

Axe Equipment

1040 North Union St Council Grove, KS 66846 Phone: (620) 767-5211 Fax: (620) 767-5482 axeequipment@tctelco.net www.axeequipment.com Terry Erichsen, Sales Mgr.

Baker Engineering Inc.

17165 Power Dr. Nunica, MI 49448 Phone: (616) 837-8975 Fax: (616) 837-9652 bakereng@pathwaynet.com www.bakerengineeringinc.com Sue Jerovsek, Product Manager

Beck/Arnley Worldparts

2375 Midway Lane Smyrna, TN 37167 Phone: (800) 464-2325 (615) 220-3224 www.beckarnley.com

914 N. Sacramento St. Orange, CA 92867 Phone: (714) 335-5447 Fax: (714) 538-5375 chuckgerrish@earthlink.net cncmachinetoolsales.com Chuck Gerrish, Owner

BluePrint Engines

404 W 8th Street Kearney, NE 68845 dru@blueprintengines.com www.blueprintengines.com Dru Freese

Better Engineering Mfg. Inc.

8361 Town Center Ct Baltimore, MD 21236 Phone: (410) 931-0000 (800) 229-3380 Fax: (410) 931-0053 judi.fisher@betterengineering.com www.betterengineering.com Judi Rosellini-Fisher, Marketing Mgr.

BHJ Product Inc.

37530 Enterprise Ct. Newark, CA 94560 Phone: (510) 797-6780 Fax: (510) 797-9364 allen@bhjinc.com Al Cabral, Sales

Bill Mitchell Products 111B Tradezone Ct. Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 Phone: (631) 737-0372 Fax: (631) 737-0467 bmjr@theengineshop.com www.theengineshop.com Bill Mitchell, President

2336 Hwy 43 S. Leoma, TN 38468 Phone: 931-762-4596 866-762-7527 Fax: 931-766-1245 info@butlerperformance.com www.butlerperformance.com David Butler

C & M Topline

5945 Daley St. Goleta, CA 93117 Phone: (800) 827-1333 (805) 683-1196 Fax: (805) 683-4468 dan@candmtopline.com www.candmtopline.com Dan Lord, Owner

Cactus Cutters

P.O. Box 27438 Prescott Valley, AZ 86312 Phone: (877) 243-1233 (602) 381-0212 www.seatbor.com Chip Lowe, President

Cal Valves

Brad Penn Lubricants

Callies Performance Products

77 N. Kendall Ave. Bradford, PA 16701 Phone: (814) 368-1200 (814) 368-1200 Fax: (814) 368-1219 jtaylor@amref.com www.penngrade1.com Jennifer Taylor, Marketing Specialist

1401 North 26th St. Escanaba, MI 49829-2500 Phone: (906) 786-8749 Fax: (906) 786-1398 fcalouette@calvalves.com www.calvalves.com Fred Calouette, Partner P.O. Box 926 Fostoria, OH 44830 Phone: (419) 435-2711 Fax: (419) 435-2625 akeiser@callies.com www.callies.com Adam Keiser, Sales/Marketing

BRC Performance

615 Industrial Ave. SW Live Oak, FL 32064 Phone: (800) 522-7478 (386) 364-5623 Fax: (386) 362-7960 www.brcperformance.com

Best Gasket, Inc.

11558 Washington Blvd. F Whittier, CA 90606 Phone: (562) 699-6631 Fax: (562) 699-5034 info@bestgasket.com www.bestgasket.com Armin Brown, President

Butler Performance

Borg Warner Morse Tec

3800 Automation Ave. Auburn Hills, MI 48326 Phone: (248) 754-0535 Fax: (248) 754-9535 cgraff@borgwarner.com www.morsetec.com Crystal Graff, Account Manager

Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark 6942 FM 1960 Rd E. Ste 158 Houston, TX 77346 Phone: 713-459-6977 832-563-6477 Fax: 866-583-6239 info@briskusa.com www.briskusa.com facebook.com/briskusasparkplugs twitter.com/briskracing Martin Uhlir, Director of Operations

Brodix Inc.

P.O. Box 1347 Mena, AR 71953 Phone: (479) 394-1075 Fax: (479) 394-1996 www.brodix.com

BRYCO by Carfel, Inc.

6900 NW 77 Court Miami, FL 33166 Phone: (305) 592-2760 Fax: (305) 592-7543 info1@bryco.com www.carfel.com Jessica Bennett, Marketing Manager

Carter Fuel Delivery/Federal-Mogul 26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.carterfueldelivery.com;fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

CAT Power Engine Parts

13180 Central Ave Chino, CA 91710 Phone: (866) 228-7374 Fax: (626) 330-3443 scottp@catpep.com www.catpep.com Scott Petruska, Acct. Representative

Centroid CNC

159 Gates Rd. Howard, PA 16841 Phone: (814) 353-9290 Fax: (814) 353-9265 sales@centroidcnc.com www.centroidcnc.com John Cowher, Sales Manager

Champion/Federal-Mogul

26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.alwaysachampion.com;fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

Charlie Cockey Precision Inc. Camcraft Cams LLC

54 Atrium Trail Arden, NC 28704 Phone: (828) 681-5183 (800) 426-2761 Fax: (828) 681-5185 charles@camcraftcams.com www.camcraftcams.com Charles Reichard, President

Camlogic Technologies

1164 Ladd Rd. Walled Lake, MI 48390 Phone: (248) 669-7080 Fax: (248) 669-0465 rkotsull@bcsllc.biz www.camlogicsystem.com Richard Kotsull, Business Development Mgr

Campbell Hausfeld 100 Production Dr. Harrison, OH 45030 Phone: (888) 247-6937 Fax: (800) 843-0927 www.chpower.com

Brush Research Mfg. Co., Inc. 4642 E. Floral Drive Los Angeles, CA 90022 Phone: (323) 261-2193 Fax: (323) 268-6587 sales@brushresearch.com www.brushresearch.com Mike Miller, VP Global Sales

Supplier Directory

1875 Phylliss Reward Dr. Westminster, MD 21157 Phone: (410) 876-9781 (800) 541-6103 Fax: (410) 876-9781 jcockey@qis.net Charlie Cockey, Owner

Charter Warranty

Lock Box 2425 Farmington Hills, MI 48333-2425 Phone: (800) 684-1175 Fax: (800) 785-3607 info@autosave.info www.autosave.info Paul Pawlusiak, Director

Church & Dwight Co/ArmaKleen Co.

Princeton S Corp Pk/500 Charles Ewing Blvd Ewing, NJ 08628 Phone: (800) 332-5424 (609) 497-7220 Fax: (609) 497-7176 delia.downes@churchdwight.com www.armex.com Delia Downes, Product Manager Armex

CIFIC International Inc. Canton Racing Products

232 Branford Rd. N. Branford, CT 06471 Phone: 203-481-9460 Fax: (203) 481-9461 marketing@cantonracingproducts.com www.cantonracingproducts.com Jeff Behuniak, Marketing Coordinator

907 Mariner St. Brea, CA 92821 Phone: (800) 891-8002 (626) 274-3829 Fax: (800) 618-1156 cificjian@yahoo.com James H. Wang, President

Classic Engine Supplies Inc.

3393 Lincoln Rd. Unit 8 Hamilton, MI 49419 Phone: (269) 264-1200 (800) 393-0544 Fax: (269) 264-1127 ghoving@accn.org www.classicenginesupplies.com George Hoving, VP

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Clemco Industries Corp.

One Cable Car Drive Washington, MO 63090 Phone: (636) 239-8130 (636) 239-0300 Fax: (636) 239-9230 info@clemcoindustries.com www.clemcoindustries.com Patti Roman, V. P. Marketing

Compak Webcor

Cyclo Industries

Deves Piston Rings

Condumex, Inc.

Cylinder Head Abrasives

Diamond Racing Products

5081 Exchange Dr Flint, MI 48507 Phone: (810) 230-8680 Fax: (810) 230-7233 www.compakwebcor.com Robert Sibilsky, Vice President/General Manager 2590 114 St., # 200 Grand Prarie, TX 75050 Phone: (817) 607-1500 Fax: (817) 633-1692 sbauer@condumex.com Stanley Bauer, Sales Manager

401 Maplewood Dr., Suite 18 Jupiter, FL 33458 Phone: (561) 775-9600 (800) 843-7813 Fax: (561) 622-1055 cyclo@cyclo.com www.cyclo.com Larry Pesin, Chairman 3322 Luyung Dr. Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 Phone: (916) 638-1212 (800) 456-5474 Fax: (916) 638-0510 www.ruffstuff.com Christine Lowe, Sales

Conklin Equipment Co. Clevite Engine Bearings Mahle Clevite Inc.

1240 Eisenhower Place Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Phone: (734) 975-4777 (800) 338-8786 Fax: (734) 975-7820 ted.hughesr@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com facebook.com/mahleclevite twitter.com/mahleclevite Ted Hughes, Manager - Marketing

3627 Washington St. Park City, IL 60085 Phone: (847) 651-5511 info@metal-wear.com www.metal-wear.com F Diekman, President

Corteco

Cloyes Gear

7800 Ball Rd. Fort Smith, AR 72908 Phone: (479) 646-1662 Fax: (479) 646-5844 mjordan@cloyes.com www.cloyes.com Mick Jordan, VP Marketing

CML USA Inc., Ercolina

3100 Research Parkway Davenport, IA 52806 Phone: (563) 391-7700 Fax: (563) 391-7710 kstevens@ercolina-usa.com www.ercolina-usa.com Scott Tunis, General Manager

Columbia Marking Tools

27430 Luckino Dr. Chesterfield, MI 48047 Phone: (586) 949-8400 (800) 469-6275 Fax: (586) 949-8401 sales@columbiamt.com www.columbiamt.com Sales

11617 State Route 13 Milan, OH 44846 Phone: (800) 852-0340 (419) 499-2502 Fax: (866) 459-2728 eln@fngp.com www.corteco-na.com Erica Neeley

CP-Carrillo

1902 Mc Gaw Irvine, CA 92614 Phone: (949) 567-9000 Fax: (949) 567-9010 sales@cp-carrillo.com www.cp-carrillo.com Cindy Verkooij, Mktg Mgr

Crane Cams

1830 Holsonback Dr Daytona Beach, FL 32117 Phone: (866) 388-5120 Fax: (608) 627-0480 tech@cranecams.com www.cranecams.com www.facebook.com/cranecams Allan Bechtloff, Sales Manager

Crankshaft Rebuilders, Inc. 1200 Albright Road Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: (407) 323-4870 Fax: (407) 323-1180 Larry J. Eriksson

CV Products Cometic Gasket Inc.

8090 Auburn Rd. Concord, OH 44077 Phone: (440) 354-0777 (800) 752-9850 Fax: (440) 354-0350 info@cometic.com www.cometic.com www.facebook.com/cometic Twitter.com/cometicgasket Kevyn Kistner, Product Specialist

Comp Cams

3406 Democrat Rd. Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: (901) 795-2400 800-999-0853 Fax: (901) 366-1807 camhelp@compcams.com www.compcams.com Chris Douglas, Marketing Director

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42 High Tech Blvd. Thomasville, NC 27360 Phone: (800) 448-1223 (336) 472-2242 Fax: (336) 472-2204 contact@cvproducts.com www.cvproducts.com

CWT Industries

4708 S. Old Peachtree Rd. Norcross, GA 30071 Phone: (770) 446-1999 Fax: (770) 446-5727 randy@cwtindustries.com www.cwtindustries.com Randy Neal, Vice President

23003 Diamond Dr. Clinton Township, MI 48035 Phone: (877) 522-2112 (586) 792-6620 Fax: (586) 792-1105 mpanetta@diamondracing.net www.diamondracing.net Mike Panetta, Sales Rep

Dianamic Abrasive Products, Inc.

584 Industrial Way Fallbrook, CA 92028 Phone: (760) 728-6146 Fax: (760) 728-6216 Dick Markano, President

Controlled Thermal Processing Inc

870 Gold Flat Rd. Nevada City, CA 95959 Phone: (310) 676-8484 Fax: (310) 676-9854 deves@deves.com www.deves.com Maria Nedrow, Technical Advisor

Dakota Parts Warehouse

405 12th St. Rapid City, SD 57701 Phone: (605) 388-3396 (877) 235-2832 Fax: (605) 388-3962 dpwferreavalves@aol.com www.dpwferreravalves.com Brian Benson, President

Dakota Ultrasonics

1500 Green Hills Rd Scotts Valley, CA 95066 Phone: (831) 465-8585 Fax: (831) 465-8558 rich@dakotainst.com www.dakotaultrasonics.com Phil Boyd, President

Dart Machinery Ltd.

2566 Industrial Row Troy, MI 48084 Phone: (248) 280-1185 Fax: (248) 280-2733 info@dianamic.com www.dianamic.com George Collins, President

Diesel Guard/MCI

7001 Universal Coach Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: (502) 318-3080 (800) 827-3437 Fax: (502) 318-3204 dieselguard@mcicoach.net www.mcicoach.com/dieselguard.html Tom Crossley, Materials Manager, Diesel Engine

Diesel Head & Parts

210A Sam Rayburn Pkwy Lenoir City, TN 37771 Phone: (865) 270-8200 (865) 270-8200 Fax: (865) 270-8210 paul@dieseldhp.com www.dieseldhp.com Paul Blizzard, VP

353 Oliver Dr. Troy, MI 48084 Phone: (248) 362-1188 Fax: (248) 326-2027 darttech@dartheads.com www.dartheads.com Jack McGinnis

Darton Sleeves

2380 Camino Vida Roble, Bldg. K Carlsbad, CA 92011 Phone: (760) 603-9895 (800) 713-2786 Fax: (760) 603-9629 sales@darton-international.com www.dartonsleeves.com John Catapang, Sales Manager

DCM-Tech

4455 Theurer Blvd. Winona, MN 55987 Phone: (800) 533-5339 (507) 452-4043 Fax: (507) 452-7970 interest@dcm-tech.com www.dcm-tech.com

DNJ Engine Components

8960 Lurline Ave. Chatsworth, CA 91311 Phone: (800) 981-7625 Fax: (818) 890-4883 dnj@enginecomponents.com www.enginecomponents.com Paul Akin

Driven Racing Oil

13201 Reese Blvd. Ste 200 Huntersville, NC 28078 Phone: 866-611-1820 704-239-4401 Fax: 704-944-7538 info@drivenracingoil.com www.drivenracingoil.com Lake Speed Jr., General Manager

Dee Blast Industries 3039 Johnson Rd. Stevensville, MI 49127 Phone: (269) 428-2400 Fax: (269) 428-3977 dave@deeblast.com www.deeblast.com

Delta Custom Tools

#4-7157 Honeyman St. Delta, BC V4G1E2 Canada Phone: (604) 946-6248 Fax: (604) 946-6258 dcttools@telus.net www.detlacustomtools.com

Dura-Bond Bearing Co.

3200 Arrowhead Dr. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 883-8998 Fax: (775) 883-9497 bdolak@melling.com www.dura-bondbearing.com William Dolak, Marketing/Info System Admin


Supplier Directory Dynamic Test Systems Inc.

Empire Abrasive Equip Co.

Eagle Specialty Products

Endural LLC

4130 Product Dr. Shingle Springs, CA 95682 Phone: (800) 243-3966 (530) 676-2678 Fax: (530) 676-2669 roberts@dtsdyno.com www.dtsdyno.com Dan Roberts, VP Mktg. 8530 Aaron Ln. Southaven, MS 38671 Phone: (662) 796-7373 Fax: (662) 796-7374 service@eaglerod.com www.eaglerod.com Robert Loftis, General Mgr.

Earl's Plumbing

19302 South Laurel Park Rd. Rancho Dominguez, CA 90220 Phone: (310) 609-1602 Fax: (310) 762-6719 www.earlsplumbing.com

EASE Diagnostics

187 Commerce Dr. Scott Twp, PA 18447 Phone: (888) 366-3273 (570) 587-7080 Fax: (570) 587-7081 easeinfo@obd2.com www.obd2.com Stephen Golenski, President

Econoline Abrasive Products

401 North Griffin St. Grand Haven, MI 49417 Phone: (616) 846-4150 (800) 253-9968 Fax: (616) 846-6341 dan.d@sandblasting.com www.sandblasting.com Dan DePottey, President

Edelbrock Corp.

2700 California St. Torrance, CA 90503 Phone: (310) 781-2222 Fax: (310) 320-1187 rurasaki@edelbrock.com www.edelbrock.com Rex Urasaki, National Sales Manager

Egge Machine Co.

11707 Slauson Ave. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Phone: (562) 945-3419 Fax: (562) 693-1635 jims@egge.com www.egge.com www.facebook.com/eggemachinecompany Twitter.com/eggemachinecompany Jim Spoonhower, General Manager

2101 W Cabot Blvd. Langhorne, PA 19047 Phone: (215) 752-8800 Fax: (215) 752-9373 airblast@empireairblast.com www.empireairblast.com Robert Moory, COO

1685 Scenic Ave. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 Phone: (714) 434-6533 (800) 854-0553 Fax: (714) 434-6528 swilliams@endural.com www.endural.com Sue Williams, Vice President, Sales & Mktg.

Endura-Tech

1325 Remington Rd., Suite W Schaumburg, IL 60173 Phone: (847) 843-7277 Fax: (847) 843-7329 jhynes@endura-tech.com www.endura-tech.com Justin Hynes, Sales & Marketing

Engine & Performance Whse

955 Decatur St., Unit D Denver, CO 80204 Phone: (303) 572-8844 (303) 572-9332 Fax: (303) 825-7619 info@epwi.net www.epwi.net Dusty Dodge, Director of Marketing

EPWI Branch Warehouses • Albuquerque, NM Phone: 877-767-0100 Anaheim, CA Phone: 800-634-0969 • Anchorage, AK Phone: 800-288-5573 • Dallas, TX Phone: 800-284-5348 • Denver, CO Phone: 800-888-8970 • Houston, TX Phone: 800-288-6548 • Oakland, CA Phone: 800-234-1410 • Oklahoma City Phone: 800-937-3652 • Phoenix, AZ Phone: 888-272-0191 • Portland, OR Phone: 800-876-5152 • San Antonio, TX Phone: 800-423-2707 • Tacoma, WA Phone: 800-876-5152

Emi-Tech Inc.

1512 C. R. 4054 Timpson, TX 75975 Phone: (936) 254-3451 (800) 948-2177 Fax: (936) 254-3049 Larrygouge@yahoo.com www.emi-tech.com Larry Gouge, C.O.O.

Engine Parts Plus

411 S. Fort St Detroit, MI 48217 Phone: (313) 842-0201 Fax: (313) 842-2532 genegodfrey@enginepartsplus.com www.enginepartsplus.com Gene Godfrey, G. M.

Engine Parts Supply Co.

3737 Atmore St. Charlotte, NC 28205 Phone: (704) 342-2327 (800) 522-5488 Fax: (704) 343-9644 dnewcombe@enginepartssupply.com www.enginepartssupply.com Dale Newcombe

Engine Parts Group

4891 Independence St., Suite 155 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Phone: (303) 424-3200 (800) 364-4631 Fax: (303) 424-4999 enginepro@enginepro.com www.enginepro.com Don Weber, President

Engine Parts Group Distributor Listings U.S. Distributors • Buck’s Engine Parts Warehouse Anderson, SC 800-274-2825 Greenville, SC 864-295-3360 • Engine & Performance Warehouse Anaheim, CA 800-634-0969 Denver, CO 800-888-8970 Albuquerque, NM 877-767-0100

Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. P. O. Box 5160 North Muskegon, MI 49445 Phone: (231) 744-3226 (800) 253-0401 Fax: (231) 744-1942 manager@ersco-mi.com www.ersco-mi.com Kim Arter, Owner

EngineQuest

2580 N. Commerce St. Las Vegas, NV 89030 Phone: (702) 649-7776 Fax: (702) 649-6777 eeh@enginequest.com www.aamidwest.com Eric Haugland, National Sales Mgr

ENGINEShop Interlink

117 Jennings Rd. Brantford, ON N3T5L7 Canada Phone: 519-756-1010 888-343-3325 Fax: 519-752-2588 engineshop@rpms.info www.rpms.info D Fedak, President

Enginetech Inc.

1205 W. Crosby Rd. Carrollton, TX 75066 Phone: (800) 869-8711 (972) 245-0110 Fax: (972) 245-2093 smunoz@enginetech.com www.enginetech.com Sheri Munoz Enginetech National Distribution System Warehouse Locations (800) 869-8711 • Main Distribution Center: Dallas, TX • Phoenix, AZ • Los Angeles, CA • Ocala, FL • Forest Park, GA • Chicago, IL • China Grove, NC • Paterson, NJ • Albuquerque, NM • Columbus, OH • Nashville, TN • Houston, TX • Portland, OR • Kansas City, MO

Erson Camshafts Engine Parts Warehouse Inc.

Elgin Industries

1100 Jansen Farm Dr. Elgin, IL 60123 Phone: (847) 742-1720 Fax: (847) 742-2220 rick_simko@elginind.com www.elginind.com Rick Simko, Director of Sales & Mktg

Phoenix, AZ 888-272-0191 Dallas, TX 800-284-5348 Houston, TX 800-288-6548 Oakland, CA 800-234-1410 Oklahoma City, OK 800-937-3652 San Antonio, TX 800-423-2707 Portland, OR 800-876-5152 Tacoma, WA 800-876-5152 Anchorage, AK 800-288-5573 • Engine Rebuilders Warehouse Dania Beach, FL 800-940-4379 • Hard Parts Warehouse, Inc. Chicago, IL 800-621-1542 • M R Engine Parts, Inc. Jacksonville, FL 800-342-2785 Orlando, FL 800-432-3487 Tampa, FL 800-282-9216 • New England Engine Professionals Worcester, MA 800-225-7208 • The Per-Fit Corporation Grand Rapids, MI 800-942-0983 • Michigan Engine Pro Livonia, MI 800-482-1052 • Top Gun Engine Parts Cincinnati, OH 800-561-9170 • Don Gross Warehouse Los Angeles, CA 800-995-0536 Riverside, CA 951-682-6085 San Diego, CA 800-995-2060 • Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, Inc. Pittsburgh, PA 800-842-7265 Harrisburg, PA 800-252-7265 • Sterling Bearing, Inc Kansas City, MO 800-821-5148 • Sterling Engine Parts Minneapolis, MN 888-765-5487 Australian Distributor • Nason Engine Parts New South Wales – 02 9612 2600 Queensland – 07 3717 7300 Victoria – 03 9797 1115 South Australia – 08  8368 3700 Western Australia – 08  6254 2099

7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: (800) 879-1325 Fax: (502) 937-5894 mpuher@pbm-erson.com www.pbmperformance.com Michael Puher, Chief Operating Officer

Engine Pro

4891 Independence St. Wheat Ridge, CO 80033 Phone: (303) 424-3200 Fax: (303) 424-4999 enginepro@enginepro.com www.goenginepro.com Don Weber, President

7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: (800) 641-7920 Fax: (502) 937-5894 ebollander@pbm-erson.com www.pbm-erson.com Eric Bollander

ESCO Industries Inc.

1755A Iowa Ave. Riverside, CA 92507 Phone: (951) 782-2130 (800) 372-6872 Fax: (951) 782-2136 sales@escousa.com www.escousa.com Oscar Ayala, Operations Manager

Esico Triton, Int'l.

2 Esico Lane Deep River, CT 6417 Phone: (860) 526-5361 Fax: (860) 526-9524 sales@esicotriton.com www.esicotriton.com Bill Spangler, President

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Supplier Directory Evans Cooling Systems Inc.

255 Gay St. Sharon, CT 6069 Phone: (888) 990-2665 Fax: (610) 970-0286 dwight@evanscooling.com www.evanscooling.com Dave Wright, Technical Sales Manager

Extrude Hone

235 Industry Blvd. Irwin, PA 15642 Phone: (800) 613-1065 (724) 864-8438 Fax: (724) 863-8759 rick.miller@kennametal.com www.gethoned.com Rick Miller

EZ Environmental Solutions Corp. 495 Oak Rd. Ocala, FL 34472 Phone: (352) 680-0400 (800) 277-3279 Fax: (352) 680-9278 www.pressureisland.com

Fame Supply Co.

13035 Tom White Way, Ste G Norwalk, CA 90650 Phone: (800) 528-3176 (562) 926-6527 Fax: (562) 926-6586 famesupplyco@earthlink.net www.famesupplyco.com

FAST

3400 Democrat Rd. Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: (901) 260-3278 Fax: (901) 366-1807 tech@fuelairspark.com www.fuelairspark.com David Page, Performance Account Mgr.

Federal Process Corp./Free All 4520 Richmond Rd. Cleveland, OH 44128 Phone: (800) 660-6140 Fax: (216) 464-2080 www.freealloil.com Marc Spector, Aftermarket Manager

Federal-Mogul Corp.

26555 Northwestern Highway Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.federalmogul.com;fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul

Flowtech

1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: (270) 782-2900 Fax: (270) 781-9940 www.flowtechheaders.com

Fluidampr/Vibratech TVD 180 Zoar Valley Rd. Springville, NY 14141 Phone: 716-592-1000 Fax: 716-592-1001 ivan.snyder@fluidampr.com www.fluidampr.com www.facebook.com/fluidampr Ivan Snyder, Sales

FMT Inc.

2000 Industrial Dr. Findlay, OH 45840 Phone: (419) 434-3100 (419) 434-3163 Fax: (419) 422-0072 sanatra@fmtinc.com www.fmtinc.com Steve Anatra, Sales Manager

FP Diesel/Federal-Mogul

26555 Northwestern Highway Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248-354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

Freudenberg-NOK

11617 St. Rt. 13 Milan, OH 44846 Phone: (419) 499-2502 Fax: (419) 499-2289 dms@fngp.com www.transtec.com Denny Scher, Marketing Coordinator

G & H Balancer Service

2919 W. Irving Park Rd. Chicago, IL 60618-3511 Phone: (773) 509-1988 Fax: (847) 559-1120 info@ghbalancer.com www.ghbalancer.com Gary L. Hildreth, Service Engineer, EE

Gehring LP

24800 Drake Rd. Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: (248) 427-3901 (800) 729-4697 Fax: (248) 478-9787 info@gehringlp.com www.gehringlp.com

Gleason Engineering Industries Inc.

26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.felpro-only.com;fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

Fentech Co. Inc.

Gloves In A Bottle

Flatout Gaskets

668 Tower Rd. Mundelein, IL 60060 Phone: 847-837-9200 Fax: (847) 837-9628 info@flatoutgroup.com www.flatoutgroup.com Mark Adelizzi, President

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P.O. Box 991 Akron, OH 44309 Phone: (330) 255-6000 (800) 321-9647 Fax: (330) 255-6110 auto@gojo.com www.automotive.gojo.com Diana Costanzo, Marketing Director

P.O. Box 615 Montrose, CA 91021 Phone: (818) 248-9980 Fax: (818) 248-8991 Debbie Piccone, Vice President of Sales

Goff Inc.

12216 NS 3520 Seminole, OK 74868 Phone: (405) 382-6900 Fax: (405) 382-7013 goff@goff-inc.com www.goff-inc.com David Zehren, Sales Manager

Guspro Inc.

280 Grand Ave. East Chatham, ON N7M 5L5 Canada Phone: (519) 352-4550 (888) 648-7776 Fax: (519) 352-7676 guspro@guspro.com www.guspro.com John Mariconda, Sales Manager

Guyson Corp.

Goodson Tools & Supplies

156 Galewski Dr. Winona, MN 55987 Phone: (800) 533-8010 (507) 452-1830 Fax: (888) 466-3909 (507) 452-2907 orderdesk@goodson.com www.goodson.com David P. Monyhan, Natl/Intl Sales Mgr.

Go-Power/Stone Bennett

P O Box 828 Winona, MN 55987-0828 Phone: (507) 454-3817 Fax: (507) 454-3842 gleason@hbci.com www.gleasonengineering.com Jeffrey Gleason, President

2035 S. Highway 19 Hermann, MO 65041 Phone: (537) 486-0005 Fax: (573) 486-1117 fentech@swbell.net www.fentechcoinc.com Jim Davis, President

GOJO Industries, Inc.

45225 Polaris Ct. Plymouth, MI 48170 Phone: (734) 416-8000 Fax: (734) 416-9113 info@stonebennett.com www.stonebennett.com Azor Phelps, Sales Director

Grace Automotive

183 Denison St. Markham, ON L3R 1B5 Canada Phone: (905) 475-6088 (905) 475-1485 Fax: (416) 491-0630 Timoteo Soto, General Manager

Grand Bending

1092 W. Atlanta St S.E. Marietta, GA 30060 Phone: (770) 426-0734 (800) 426-1579 Fax: (770) 426-5572 (800) 545-1399 shreveb@grandbending.com www.morriscoupling.com Bob Shreve, VP Sales & Marketing

Grant Piston Rings

1360 N. Jefferson St. Anaheim, CA 92807 Phone: (714) 996-0050 sales@grantpistonrings.com www.grantpistonrings.com Craig Marder, Sales Manager

13 Grande Blvd. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 Phone: (518) 587-7894 (800) 228-7894 Fax: (518) 587-7840 rebinfo@guyson.com www.guyson.com J Carson, Group Leader

H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings

387 Pit Rd. Moorseville, NC 28115 Phone: (704) 663-8226 Fax: (704) 663-8231 hmelliott@windstream.net www.hmelliott.com Jesse Elliot, Chief of Operations

Haas Automation

2800 Sturgis Road Oxnard, CA 93030 Phone: (805) 278-1800 (800) 331-6746 Fax: (805) 278-2255 www.haascnc.com

HallToledo, Inc.

525 W. Sophia St. Maumee, OH 43537-1847 Phone: (419) 893-4334 Fax: (419) 893-6492 halltoledo@accesstoledo.com Andrew Boesel, Vice President

Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts 19769 Progress Dr. Strongsville, OH 44149 Phone: (440) 238-3260 Fax: (440) 238-2204 randy@harlandsharp.com www.harlandsharp.com

Harris Int'l Labs/Evapo-Rust 2078 Ford Ave. Springdale, AR 72764 Fax: (479) 927-3202 david@evapo-rust.com www.evapo-rust.com David Harris, President

Graymills Corp.

3705 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60613 Phone: (773) 477-4100 (888) 472-9645 Fax: (773) 477-4133 info@graymills.com www.graymills.com Steve Cotra, National Sales Manager

Hastings Mfg. Co. LLC

325 N. Hanover St. Hastings, MI 49058 Phone: 269-945-2491 800-776-1088 Fax: 269-945-4667 jguenther@hastingsmfg.com www.hastingsmfg.com Jeffrey P. Guenther, VP Intl Sales

Hines Industries Inc. GRP Connecting Rods 2190 S. Jason St. Denver, CO 80223 Phone: Fax: (303) 935-8048 bfscollon@aol.com www.grpconrods.com Brian Scollon

240 Metty Dr Ann Arbor, MI 48103 Phone: (734) 769-6615 (734) 395-4841 Fax: (734) 996-9192 dosterman@hinesindustries.com www.hinesindustries.com Dan Osterman, Sr. Sales Engineer

Holley Performance Products 1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: (270) 782-2900 Fax: (270) 781-9940 www.holley.com


Supplier Directory Hooker Headers

1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: (270) 782-2900 (270) 745-9551 Fax: (270) 781-9940 salescenter@holley.com www.hookerheaders.com

Hot Rod & Restoration Trade Show 2800 W. Midway Blvd. Broomfield, CO 80020 Phone: (951) 371-8519 www.hotrodandrestoration.com Travis Weeks, Publisher

Howards Cams & Racing Components 280 W. 35th Ave Oshkosh, WI 54902 Phone: (920) 233-5228 Fax: (920) 232-1572 info@howardscams.com www.howardscams.com Scott Scovrowski, Sales

Hydro Tek-Cleaning Equipment Mfg. 2353 Almond Ave. Corp Ofc Redlands, CA 92374 Phone: (800) 274-9376 (909) 799-9222 Fax: (909) 799-9888 sales@hydrotek.us www.hydrotek.us Denise Tyo, Marketing Coordinator

HydroBlast Inc.

10250 S. E. Mather Rd. Clackamas, OR 97015 Phone: (503) 496-1100 (800) 332-1590 Fax: (503) 656-4789 sales@hydro-blast.com www.hydro-blast.com Tim Barker, National Sales Director

ICON Performance Pistons

1040 Corbett St Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 882-7790 (800) 648-7970 Fax: (775) 882-7773 esimone@uempistons.com www.uempistons.com Eric Simone, Sales & Tech

Imtek Odor Corp.

P.O. Box 2066 Alpharetta, GA 30023 Phone: (770) 667-8621 Fax: (770) 667-8683 imtek@noodor.com www.noodor.com

Industrial Hard Coatings LLC

771 Crosspoint Dr Denver, NC 28037 Fax: (704) 489-2177 cbordeaux@industrialhardcarbon.com www.industrialhardcarbon.com

Innovative Machine & Supply

Internal Engine Parts Inc

100 Virginia Dr. Meridian, MS 39302 Phone: (601) 693-8282 Fax: (601) 693-6434 harold@internalengineparts.com www.internalengineparts.com Harold Magee, Purchasing/Inventory Mgr.

Jasper Engines & Transmissions 815 Wernsing Rd. Jasper, IN 47546 Phone: (812) 482-1041 (800) 827-7455 Fax: (812) 634-1820 sales@jasperengines.com www.jasperengines.com Mike Pfau, Adv. Mgr.

JE Pistons

Interstate-McBee

4901 Lakeside Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: (216) 881-0015 Fax: (216) 881-0805 sales@interstate-mcbee.com www.interstate-mcbee.com Ann Buescher, President

Ionbond

1823 East Whitcomb Ave Madison Heights, MI 48071 Fax: (248) 398-2110 j.bulmer@us.ionbond.com

IPD LLC

23231 S. Normandie Ave. Torrance, CA 90501 Phone: (310) 602-5399 (440) 237-9164 Fax: (310) 530-2708 sales@ipdparts.com www.ipdparts.com Bob Straw, VP Sales & Marketing

Ironman Renewal

9911 Norwalk Blvd. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Phone: 562-944-3199 Fax: (562) 944-9589 marketing@ironmanparts.com www.ironmanrenewal.com Anna Ballou, Manager - Marketing

Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc.

500 57th St.. Marion, IA 52302 Phone: (800) 423-3384 Fax: (319) 377-9101 information@irontite.com www.irontite.com Richard Wengatz, Sales Manager

ITM Engine Components Inc. 17230 S. Avalon Blvd Carson, CA 90746 Phone: (800) 228-9486 Fax: (310) 225-5550 sales@itmengine.com www.itmengine.com Ken Zemba, General Mgr.

Jackson Oven

15312 Connector Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Phone: (714) 898-9763 Fax: (714) 893-8297 info@jepistons.com www.jepistons.com Sean Crawford, Marketing Specialist

Jesel Inc.

1985 Cedar Bridge Ave. Ste 2 Lakewood, NJ 8701 Phone: (732) 901-1800 Fax: (732) 901-2043 dgrob@jesel.com www.jesel.com David Grob, Business Director

Joe Baker Equipment Sales

1000 Devils Backbone Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45233 Phone: (513) 451-1327 (888) 440-9429 Fax: (513) 451-9429 (513) 467-9430 bakerequip@joebakerequipsales.com www.joebakerequipsales.com Joe Baker, President

JRI Industries

1339 N. Cedar Brook Springfield, MO 65802 Phone: (417) 866-8855 (800) 524-9274 Fax: (417) 866-8804 staff@jriindustries.com www.jriindustries.com Jim Jones, President

Kaeser Compressors Inc. Fredericksburg, VA 22404 Phone: (866) 516-6888 Fax: (540) 898-5520 info.usa@kaeser.com www.kaeser.com

Keteca USA Inc.`

1725 W. Williams Dr. Phoenix, AZ 85027 Phone: (602) 278-7789 Fax: (602) 278-7749 sales@ketecausa.com www.ketecawaterworks.com Scott Morin, National Sales Manager

3507 Wayland Dr. Jackson, MI 49202 Phone: (517) 784-9660 Fax: (517) 784-9670 sales@jacksonoven.com www.jacksonoven.com Dennis Cones, President

King Electronics

955 Kiowa Ave. #E Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 Phone: (800) 331-6405 Fax: (928) 680-0028 email@instaclean.com www.instaclean.com

Jahns Piston

King Engine Bearings, Inc.

Interface Solutions Inc.

Jamison Equipment, Inc.

820 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park, MO 63088 scottb@innomach.com www.innomach.com Scott Blood, President

Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment

216 Wohlsen Way Lancaster, PA 17603 Phone: (800) 942-7538 (717) 207-6006 Fax: (717) 207-6080 vkburriss@sealinfo.com www.sealinfo.com Vic Burriss, Manager, Marketing and Communications

1360 N. Jefferson St. Anaheim, CA 92807 Phone: (714) 579-3795 Fax: (714) 524-6607 Craig Marder, Product Manager 1908 11th St., Box 276 Emmetsburg, IA 50536 Phone: (800) 841-5405 (712) 852-4627 Fax: (712) 852-3570 jamisone@ncn.net www.jamisonequipment.com Jeff Jamison, VP Sales & Marketing

5350 Kazuko Ct. Moorpark, CA 93021 Phone: (805) 529-5754 Fax: (805) 529-0892 info@4king.com www.4king.com 371 Little Falls Rd., Suite 5 Cedar Grove, NJ 7009 Phone: (973) 857-0705 (800) 772-3670 Fax: (973) 857-3228 inquiry@kingbearings.com www.kingbearings.com Limor DePetro, Director of Sales & Marketing

KleerFlo Company

K-Line Ind. Inc.

315 Garden Ave. Holland, MI 49424 Phone: (616) 396-3564 (800) 824-5546 Fax: (616) 396-8974 (800) 528-9138 www.klineind.com

KMP USA Ltd.

1234 North Post Oak, Suite 130 Houston, TX 77055 Phone: 713-683-6160 Fax: (713) 683-9503 kmpusa@kmpusa.com www.kmpbrand.com Stephen Barnett, Domestic Sales Mgr., USA/Canada

Kolene Corporation

12890 Westwood Detroit, MI 48223 Phone: (800) 521-4182 Fax: (313) 273-5207 sales@kolene.com www.kolene.com Todd Martin, Sales Engineer

Kraus International Inc.

761 Bradfield Road Houston, TX 77060-3108 Phone: (281) 260-6126 (888) 844-3776 Fax: (281) 260-6128 kraus@kusalava.com www.kusalava.com Anoop Sunkara, Vice President

Kubota Engine America Corp.

505 Schelter Rd. Lincolnshire, IL 60069 Phone: (847) 955-2500 Fax: (847) 955-2504 www.kubotaengine.com Rick Neumann, Director, Parts & Distribution

Kwik-Way Products Inc.

500 57th St. Marion, IA 52302 Phone: (800) 553-5953 (319) 377-9421 Fax: (319) 377-9101 sales@kwik-way.com www.kwik-way.com Dennis Mullarkey, VP Sales

L S Industries

710 E. 17th Wichita, KS 67214 Phone: (800) 533-8008 (316) 265-7997 Fax: (316) 265-0013 sales@lsindustries.com www.lsindustries.com Roger Carvalho, Marketing Director

L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc.

12051 Rivera Rd. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670 Phone: (562) 945-7578 Fax: (562) 698-7029 info@lasleeve.com www.lasleeve.com facebook.com/l.a.sleeve twitter.com/#!lasleeve Sally Nazaroff, Sales Mgr

Land & Sea, Inc.

25 Henniker St. Concorde, NH 3301 Phone: (603) 226-3966 Fax: (603) 226-4329 sales@landandsea.com www.landandsea.com

922 E 14th St Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: (952) 934-2555 Fax: (952) 934-3909 kleerflo@email.msn.com Bob Hall

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Lubriplate Lubricants Company

Maxiforce Inc.

Miraclean

Les Frickshun Products Inc.

Lunati LLC

McLaren Performance Products

Mitchell Abrasives

4275 NW Pacific Rim Blvd. Camas, WA 98607 Phone: (360) 833-9100 Fax: (800) 535-9164 info@landa.com www.landa.com Katie Oden, Marketing Coordinator P.O. Box 426 Reno, PA 16343 Phone: (814) 677-5313 Fax: (814) 676-0349 lesfrick@localnet.com Tom Harry, President

Lester Catalog Co.

9850 Hillview Road Newcastle, CA 95658 Phone: (530) 823-0963 Fax: (530) 823-2150 dennis@lestercatalog.com www.lestercatalog.com Dennis Jacinto, President

129 Lockwood St. Newark, NJ 7105 Phone: (800) 733-4755 Fax: (800) 347-5329 info@lubriplate.com www.lubriplate.com James Girard, VP/CMO

11126 Willow Ridge Dr. Olive Branch, MS 38654 Phone: (662) 892-1500 Fax: (662) 892-6309 techsupport@lunatipower.com www.lunatipower.com Derek Scott, General Manager

MAHLE Motorsport

270 Rutledge Rd. Unit B Fletcher, NC 28732 Phone: 888-255-1442 trey.mcfarland@us.mahle.com Trey McFarland, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

10900 N. W. 30th St. Miami, FL 33172 Phone: (305) 592-7027 Fax: (305) 592-0244 pfkelly@maxiforce.com www.maxiforce.com Paul Kelly, V P, Sales & Marketing 32233 West Eight Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152 Phone: (248) 477-6240 Fax: (248) 477-3349 www.mclarenperformance.com

Measurement Supply Inc.

12157 W. Linebaugh Ave., #422 Tampa, FL 33626 Fax: (813) 315-6347 info@measurementsupply.com www.measurementsupply.com Chris Sudetic, President

P.O. Box 100 Ashville, NY 14710 Phone: (716) 763-4343 Fax: (716) 763-3555 soundwaves@miraclean.com www.miraclean.com Cheryl Larkin, Director of Marketing 1649 International Court Norcross, GA 30093 Phone: (678) 924-6490 Fax: (678) 924-6486 mkelly@sunbrand.com www.mitchellsabrasives.com Mike Kelly, President

Mondello Tech Center LLC

2470 Pomona Rd. Crossville, TN 38571 Phone: (888) 666-3355 (931) 459-2760 Fax: (931) 456-6315 tim@mondello.com www.mondello.com Tim Allen

Moroso Melling Engine Parts Liberty Engine Parts

3250 S. 76th St. Philadelphia, PA 19153 Phone: (800) 621-4242 Fax: (215) 937-6502 info@libertyengineparts.com www.libertyengineparts.com facebook.com/libertyengineparts Paul Talluto, Sales Manager

U.S. Warehouse Locations • Charlotte, NC – 888-621-4242 • Louisville, KY – 855-621-4242 • Philadelphia, PA – 800-621-4242 • Pittsburgh, PA – 866-621-4242 • Worcester, MA – 877-621-4242

Lincoln Electric Co.

MAHLE Original-MAHLE Clevite Inc. 1240 Eisenhower Pl. Ann Arbor, MI 48108 Phone: (734) 975-7937 (800) 338-8786 Fax: (734) 975-7820 ted.hughesr@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com facebook.com/mahleclevite twitter.com/mahleclevite Ted Hughes, Manager - Marketing

Maintenance Welding Inc. 23121 LaCadena, "E" Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Phone: (949) 770-7027 Fax: (949) 380-9679 Jim Anderson, President

22801 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH 44117 Phone: (888) 935-3877 Fax: (216) 486-1751 greg_coleman@lincolnelectric.com www.lincolnelectric.com Greg Coleman, Group Leader, Mktg. Communication

Manley Performance

Lista International Corp.

Marine Crankshaft Inc.

1960 Swarthmore Ave. Lakewood, NJ 8071 Phone: (732) 905-3366 Fax: (732) 905-3010 mt@manleyperformance.com www.manleyperformance.com Michael Tokarchik, General Manager

106 Lowland St. Holliston, MA 1746 Phone: (800) 722-3020 (508) 429-1350 Fax: (508) 626-0353 sales@listaintl.com www.lista-automotive.com Linda Odineca, Marketing Coordinator

2155 Sourth Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 Phone: (714) 549-2388 Fax: (714) 549-1382 cacranks@yahoo.com www.marinecrankshaftinc.com David Eden, President

Lock-N-Stitch

Mart Corporation

1015 S. Soderquist Rd. Turlock, CA 95380 Phone: (209) 632-2345 (800) 736-8261 Fax: (209) 632-1740 gary@locknstitch.com www.locknstitch.com Gary Reed, CEO

Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

7930 Occidental South Seattle, WA 98108 Phone: (206) 762-5343 (800) 333-5823 Fax: (206) 762-7989 ili@lubegard.com www.lubegard.com Ken Thomas, VP of Sales

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2450 Adie Road Maryland Hts, MO 63043 Phone: (314) 567-7222 (800) 543-6278 Fax: (314) 567-6551 garym@martwash.com www.martwash.com Gary Minkin, President

Master Tool Equipment

2207 Toledo Drive Albany, GA 31705 Phone: (912) 435-5100 Fax: (912) 435-2029 fredsimonusa@netscape.net Fred Simon, General Manager

P O Box 1188 Jackson, MI 49204 Phone: (517) 787-8172 Fax: (517) 787-8174 jebersole@melling.com www.melling.com Jenny Ebersole, Sales Administrator

80 Carter Dr. Guilford, CT 6437 Phone: (203) 453-6571 Fax: (203) 458-3581 www.moroso.com Thor Schroeder, Marketing & New Product Mgr

Mib

11308 Love N.E. Albuquerque, NM 87112 Phone: (505) 293-8640 Fax: (505) 753-7546 John Hayes, President

Micro-Rite Performance Inc. 2909 Oregon Court, Unit C2 Torrance, CA 90503 Phone: (310) 782-8647 Fax: (310) 782-7624 sales@wpctreatment.com www.wpctreatment.com Izumi Ogawa, President

Miller Electric Mfg. Co.

1635 West Spencer St. Appleton, WI 54914 Phone: (800) 426-4553 (920) 734-9821 Fax: (800) 327-8132 info@millerwelds.com www.millerwelds.com

Millsite Engineering Co. Inc. P.O. Box 462 Ravenswood, WV 26164 Phone: (304) 273-5353 Fax: (304) 273-5355 millport@citynet.net www.millportmachines.com Robert Lu, President

Ming Chang Traffic Parts No. 13 Industry 4th Rd. Ping Tung Phone: 886-8-722Fax: 886-8-722-9920 mccchain@ms15.hinet.net www.mccchain.com.tw Erina Ou, Sales

Mirachem Corp.

P O Box 14059 Phoenix, AZ 85063 Phone: (800) 847-3527 (602) 415-9262 Fax: (602) 353-1411 cservice@mirachem.com www.mirachem.com Randy Leighty, VP

Motor State Distributing

8300 Lane Dr. Watervliet, MI 49098 Phone: (800) 772-2678 (269) 463-4113 Fax: (800) 772-2618 (269) 463-6708 info@motorstate.com www.motorstate.com Geof Kiekenapp, New Accounts Manager

NDC Engine Bearings

1702 N. W. 93rd Ave. Doral, FL 33172 Phone: (305) 592-6086 (305) 592-6085 Fax: (305) 592-7516 bearing@ndcenginebearing.com www.ndcenginebearing.com Lynne Gonzalez, VP Marketing

NDT Systems Inc.

17811 Georgetown Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: (714) 893-2438 Fax: info@ndtsystems.com www.ndtsystems.com Greg Smith

Neway Manufacturing

1013 N. Shiawassee St. Corunna, MI 48817 Phone: (800) 248-3889 (989) 743-3458 Fax: (989) 743-5764 info@newaymfg.com www.newaymfg.com Jim Schultz, Sales Mgr.

Newen

298-D Enterprise St. Escondido, CA 92029 Phone: (760) 233-0067 (800) 639-3693 Fax: (760) 233-0068 contact@newen.com www.newen.com Steven Risch


Supplier Directory NPR of America Inc.

7001 Village Dr. #240 Buena Park, CA 90621 Phone: (562) 207-6882 (800) 421-1415 Fax: (562) 207-6883 jack@nprofamerica.net Jack Bishop, Director

NRG Auto Systems Inc.

119 Brinton St. Cicero, IN 46034 Phone: (317) 984-3528 Fax: (317) 984-5915 nrgauto@tiptontel.com www.nrgauto.com Ron Obsitnick, Customer Service Manager

Oakite Chemetall

675 Central Ave New Providence, NJ 07974 Phone: (908) 508-2251 Fax: (908) 464-4658 oakiteproducts@chemetell.com Sergio Mancini, Director of Corporate Communication

Oerlikon Balzers Coating USA Inc.

2511 Technology Dr., Suite 114 Elgin, IL 60124 Phone: (800) 792-9223 Fax: (847) 844-3306 info.coating.usa@oerlikon.com www.oerlikon.com/coatingservices/us Torsten Doering, Product Manager-Components

Ohio Crankshaft Co.

3800 Harvard Ave. Cleveland, OH 44105 Phone: (216) 341-2302 (800) 672-7265 Fax: (216) 883-7553 gbeck@parkohio.com Gary Beck, Sales and Marketing Manager

Olympus

48 Woerd Ave. Waltham, MA 2453 Phone: (781) 419-3900 (800) 225-8330 Fax: (781) 419-3980 info@olympusndt.com www.olympus-ims.com Meindert Anderson, Marketing Manager

Omegasonics

330 E. Easy St., Suite A Simi Valley, CA 93065 Phone: (805) 583-0875 (800) 669-8227 Fax: (805) 583-0561 omegasonics@omegasonics.com www.omegasonics.com Frank Pedeflous, President

Open Mind Technologies USA, Inc.

214 Garden St. Needham, MA 2492 Phone: (339) 225-4557 (888) 516-1232 Fax: (270) 912-5822 alan.levine@openmind-tech.com www.openmind-tech.com Al Levine, Managing Director

Peterson Machine Tool, Inc.

PAI Industries Inc.

950 Northbrook Parkway Suwanee, GA 30024 Phone: (770) 822-1000 Fax: (770) 822-1421 devenm@paiindustries.com www.paiindustries.com Deven McCarron, National Sales Manager

Pangborn Group

4630 Coates Dr Fairburn, GA 30213 Phone: (301) 739-3500 Fax: (301) 739-2279 Grant Ebersole, Ind Manager

Parker Fluid Control Division 95 Edgewood Dr. New Britain, CT 6051 Phone: (860) 827-2300 Fax: (860) 827-2384 skinnervalve@parker.com www.parker.com/fcd Customer Service

Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 177 Drumlin Circle Concord, ON L4K 3E7 Canada Phone: (905) 738-0014 Fax: (905) 738-3670 hotline@partsmanufacturing.com www.partsmanufacturing.com Frank Ordogh, Vice President

PBM Performance Products 7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: (800) 588-9608 Fax: (502) 937-4062 dbolling@pbm-erson.com www.pbmperformance.com Dan Bolling

Performance Cryogenics

255 Rolling Hills Rd. Mooresville, NC 28117 Phone: (704) 799-1699 (877) 219-3556 Fax: (706) 219-2269 lvmoore@percryo.com www.percryo.com L.V. Moore, Owner

Performance Racing Industry Trade Show 31706 S. Coast Hwy. Laguna Beach, CA 92651 Phone: (949) 499-5413 Fax: (949) 499-0410 www.performanceracing.com

Performance Trends

1100 North Union St. Council Grove, KS 66846 Phone: (620) 767-6721 (800) 255-6308 Fax: (620) 767-6415 pmt@petersonmachine.com www.petersonmachine.com Dan Cavalieri, Sales Manager

Pioneer Inc.

5184 Pioneer Rd. Meridian, MS 39301 Phone: (601) 483-5211 (800) 647-6272 Fax: (601) 483-4762 bruce_reau@pioneerautoinc.com www.pioneerautoinc.com Bruce Reau, President

Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service 6515 Hamilton Ave Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Phone: (412) 361-3496 Fax: (412) 361-3360 aprizio@pghcrank.com Anita Prizio, Owner

Pluss Corporation

5565 Hwy. 2 West Columbia Falls, MT 59912 Phone: (800) 835-9609 Fax: (406) 892-8611 kenny@pluss.net Kenny Nau, Sales Mgr.

Plymovent Corp.

115 Melrich Rd. Cranbury, NJ 8512 Phone: (609) 395-3500 (800) 644-0911 Fax: (609) 655-0569 dscheidler@plymovent.com www.plymovent.com Dave Scheidler, Nat'l Sls Manager

Polaris Systems Inc.

3 Centerview Dr., Suite 240 Greensboro, NC 27407 Phone: (336) 855-5056 Fax: (336) 855-7604 sales@polarissystems.com www.polarissystems.com Matthew Andrejco, President

Pollution Control Products 2677 Freewood Dr. Dallas, TX 75220 Phone: (214) 358-1539 Fax: (214) 358-3379 sales@pcponline.com www.pcpconline.com Gary Davis, Sales Manager

Popular Leasing

15933 Clayton Rd. Suite 200 Ballwin, MO 63011 Phone: (800) 829-9411 (314) 609-3992 Fax: (800) 829-9443 kjohnson@poplease.com www.poplease.com Karri Johnson, Business Development

4801 S. Danville Dr Abilene, TX 79602 Phone: (800) 460-2403 (325) 692-1135 Fax: (325) 690-0569 info@evaporust.com www.evaporust.com Jack McGlothlin, Chairman

31531 Eight Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152 Phone: (248) 473-9230 Fax: (248) 442-7750 kevin@performancetrends.com www.performancetrends.com http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Performan ce Kevin Gertgen, President

Power Clean 2000, Inc.

Osborn International

Permatex Inc.

310 E. Euclid Ave. Salem, OH 44460 Phone: (330) 332-1566 Fax: (330) 332-5655 gkorff@qccast.com www.powerboresleeves.com Geoff Korff, Director of Marketing

Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust

5401 Hamilton Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: (216) 361-1900 Fax: (216) 361-1913 brushes@osborn.com www.osborn.com Erin Lease Hall, Marketing Communications

10 Columbus Blvd. Hartford, CT 6106 Phone: (877) 376-2839 Fax: (800) 432-2067 www.permatex.com Volker Fremuth, Director of Communications

3710 Avalon Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015-60 Phone: (323) 235-2000 Fax: (323) 235-6259 www.powerclean2000.com Candace Chen, President

PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves

Powerhouse Products

3402 Democrat Rd. Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: (901) 795-7600 (800) 872-7223 Fax: (901) 375-3430 info@powerhouseproducts.com www.powerhouseproducts.com www.facebook.com/powerhouseproducts Twitter.com/powerhousetools Jennifer Lee, Sr. Marketing Coordinator

Precision Engine Parts

7240 Placid St. Las Vegas, NV 89193 Phone: (800) 423-2202 (702) 263-6300 Fax: (800) 423-2737 tony@precisionengineparts.com www.precisionengineparts.com Tony Avila, Marketing

Pro Diesel

318 Fesslers Lane Nashville, TN 37210 Phone: (615) 242-4072 Fax: (615) 242-8371 tbeazley@dssprodiesel.com www.dssprodiesel.com Tab Beazley, VP Sales & Marketing

Pro Ultrasonics

9235 Archibald Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Phone: (909) 397-4118 Fax: (909) 397-4258 proultrasonics@verizon.net www.proultrasonics.com

ProBal Balancers

3556 Centre Circle Suite A Fort Mill, SC 29715 Phone: (803) 548-4100 Fax: (803) 548-4141 rick@pro-bal.com www.pro-bal.com Rick Irland, Sales & Marketing Manager

Probe Industries

2555 W. 237th St. Torrance, CA 90505 Phone: (310) 784-2977 Fax: (310) 784-2970 info@probeindustries.com www.probeindustries.com

Proceco Ltd.

7300 Tellier St. Montreal, QC H1N 3T7 CANADA Phone: (514) 254-8494 (800) 978-6677 Fax: (514) 254-6922 cleaning@proceco.com www.proceco.com Chantal Rousseau, Marketing Manager

Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA) 28203 Woodhaven Rd. Edwards, MO 65326 Phone: (417) 998-5057 Fax: (417) 998-5056 nancieboland@pera.org www.pera.org Nancie Boland, Exec. VP

Professional Products

2205 W. El Segundo Blvd. Hawthorne, CA 90250 Phone: (323) 779-2020 Fax: (323) 754-1207 sales@professional-products.com www.professional-products.com Jim Davis, C.O.O.

Pro-Gram Engineering Corp. 475 5th St. N.E. Barberton, OH 44305 Phone: (330) 745-1004 Fax: (330) 745-8844 email@pro-gram.com www.pro-gram.com Ken Anderson, Pres.

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Supplier Directory QPAC Micropolishing

1305 S. Cedar St., Suite 506-A Lansing, MI 489101529 Phone: (517) 482-1900 Fax: (517) 482-4340 qpacc@aol.com www.micropolishing.com Ken Barton, President

Ransohoff

4933 Provident Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45246 Phone: www.ctgclean.c Fax: (513) 870-0105 info@ctgclean.com www.ctgclean.com Stacey Abbott, Sales & Marketing Coordinator

Ross Racing Pistons

625 S. Douglas St. El Segundo, CA 90245 Phone: (310) 536-0100 Fax: (310) 536-0333 sales@rosspistons.com www.rosspistons.com

Qualcast LLC

1854 Air Lane Dr., Unit 10 Nashville, TN 37210 Phone: (615) 777-3863 (888) 432-4552 Fax: (615) 777-0464 adrian@qualcast.com www.qualcast.com Adrian Long, VP

Quality Cutter Grinding 1915 Elvis Presley Dr. Tupelo, MS 38804 Phone: (662) 844-9102 Fax: (662) 407-0297 qcgrinding@comcast.net Ron Cantrell, Owner

Rebuilder's Choice/ Packard Industries

128 Monroe St. Boonton, NJ 07005 Phone: (800) 768-3646 Fax: (973) 334-5387 bob@packardind.com Bob Rovegno, Wholesale Mgr

Regis Mfg Company

1500 Corinth Dallas, TX 75215 Phone: (214) 421-5171 Fax: (214) 565-1702 regismfg@worldnet.att.net www.regismfg.com Mike Reed, Sales Manager

RHS-Racing Head Service 427 Old Highway 40 Solomon, KS 67480 Phone: (888) 333-3210 (785) 263-0060 Fax: (785) 263-0224 qualitypower@att.net www.q-power.com Randall Madden, Managing Partner

3416 Democrat Rd Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: 877-776-4323 901-259-1134 Fax: 901-368-1951 info@racingheadservice.com www.racingheadservice.com facebook.com/racingheadservice Twitter.com/RHSWins Kevin Feeny, Brand Mgr

Quarter Master

Richland Ltd.

Quality Power Products

510 Telser Road Lake Zurich, IL 60047 Fax: (847) 540-0526 www.quartermasterusa.com Jeff Neal, Brand Manager

R & J Manufacturing Co. 3200 Martin Rd. Walled Lake, MI 48390-629 Phone: (248) 669-2460 Fax: (248) 669-3006 rj@rjman.com www.rjman.com Glen Ridgway, President

Race & Performance Expo

207 N. Scott St. Joliet, IL 60432 Phone: (815) 727-1208 Fax: (815) 727-2880 tstockenberg@rpexpo.com www.rpexpo.com Tom Stockenberg, Marketing Director

Racing Engine Valves (REV) 2610 Windsor Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Phone: (800) 398-6348 Fax: (954) 772-8301 Al Lovera, President

Radiac Abrasive

1015 S. College Ave Salem, IL 62881 Phone: (800) 793-8765 Fax: (618) 548-4207 mwimberly@radiac.com www.radiac.com

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981 East Hoxie St. Spring Green, WI 53588 Phone: (608) 588-7779 Fax: (608) 588-7895 info@richlandengineparts.com www.richlandengineparts.com W. J. Dallman, President

Rottler Manufacturing LLC

8029 S. 200th St. Kent, WA 98032 Phone: (253) 872-7050 Fax: (800) 452-0534 contact@rottlermfg.com www.rottlermfg.com facebook.com/rottlermfg Twitter.com/rottlermfg Sara Grim, Sales & Mktg Administrator

RPMS Inc.

117 Jennings Rd. Brantford, ON N3T5L7 Canada Phone: (519) 756-1010 (888) 343-3325 Fax: (519) 752-2588 engineshop@rpms.info www.rpms.info Don Fedak, President

RT Sales

1625 N. Milford Rd. Highland, MI 48357 Phone: (248) 887-0422 Fax: (248) 887-0150 russ@rtsalesinc.com www.rtsalesinc.com Russ Tierney, Owner

Rodmotion

P.O. Box 837 Victor, CA 95253 Phone: (209) 329-2251 Fax: (209) 334-5106 rodmo@clearwire.net www.rodmotion.com Dick Beith, President

ROL Gaskets Div./ROL Manufacturing of 3100 Camp Rd. Oviedo, FL 32765 Phone: (407) 365-8380 (800) 327-1027 Fax: (407) 365-9852 info@rolmmfg.com www.rolmfg.com Brian Owens, Marketing Coordinator

1400 Kingsdale Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: (310) 370-5501 Fax: (310) 214-2285 cranktech@scatenterprises.com www.scatenterprises.com facebook/scatenterprises Kirk Peters, Sales Manager

Schaeffler Group USA Inc.

5370 Wegman Dr. Valley City, OH 44280 Phone: (800) 274-5001 (330) 273-4383 Fax: (330) 220-6529 customer.service@schaeffler.com www.schaeffler-aftermarket.us Nick Lanese, Account Manager

Schenck Trebel Corp.

535 Acorn St. Deer Park, NY 11729 Phone: (631) 242-4010 Fax: (631) 242-4147 sales@schenck-usa.com www.schenck-usa.com

Scorpion Racing Products

S.B. International, Inc.

2108 Utopia Avenue Nashville, TN 37211 Phone: (615) 248-6281 (800) 843-7328 Fax: (615) 248-6377 jterry@sbintl.com www.sbintl.com Joel Terry, Vice President

5817 NW 44 Ave. Ocala, FL 34482 Phone: (352) 512-0800 Fax: (352) 512-0801 scott@scorpionperformance.com www.scorpionracingproducts.com Scott Reynolds, Executive VP

Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc. 5775 Bridgeview Center Saginaw, MI 48604 Phone: (989) 754-3611 (800) 248-5062 Fax: (989) 754-1696 rmeyer@rmcengine.com www.rmcengine.com Raymond Meyer, President

1000 Corporation Dr. Aliquippa, PA 15001 Fax: (724) 375-4290 estatler@sardello.com www.sardello.com Eric Statler, Sr. Executive Director

Scat Enterprises Inc.

RCS Motorsport

P.O. Box 444 Stone Mountain, GA 30086 Phone: (404) 313-7535 Fax: rcsgroupllc@yahoo.com R. Clay Smith, President

Sardello Inc.

Safety Auto Parts Corp.

18245 Valley Blvd City of Industry, CA 91744 Phone: (626) 913-3363 (800) 242-7538 Fax: (626) 913-6200 (626) 913-3129 wgonzales@safetyautoparts.com www.safetyautoparts.com Walter Gonzales, National Sales Manager

SafetyKleen Corp

5400 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024 Phone: (800) 669-5740 (972) 265-2000 info@safetykleen.com www.safetykleen.com

Sakor Technologies

2855 W. Jolly Rd. Okemos, MI 48864 Phone: (517) 332-7256 Fax: (517) 332-7250 rbeattie@sakor.com www.sakor.com Randy Beattie, President

26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.sealedpowerpistons.com;fme-cat.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing

SealLock International 19224 Allen Rd. Trenton, MI 48183 Phone: (800) 521-2936 sr.silver-seal.com www.silver-seal.com Geff Havens

Serdi Corp.

1526 Litton Dr. Stone Mtn., GA 30083 Phone: (770) 493-8220 (800) 447-3790 Fax: (770) 493-8323 wpowers@serdi-usa.com www.serdi.com Wendy Powers, Marketing Manager

Seymour of Sycamore

917 Crosby Ave. Sycamore, IL 60178 Phone: (815) 895-9101 (800) 435-4482 Fax: (815) 895-8475 cheatley@seymourpaint.com www.seymourpaint.com


Supplier Directory Shape Master Tool

801 Main St. Kirkland, IL 60416 Phone: (886) 723-7226 (815) 522-6186 Fax: (815) 522-6229 byoung@shapemastertool.com www.shapemastertool.com Brett Young, Sales & Application

SI Valves

4477 Shopping Lane Simi Valley, CA 93063 Phone: (805) 582-0085 (800) 564-8258 Fax: (805) 582-0645 siindustriesinc@aol.com www.sivalves.com Lee Tagliamonti, National Sales Manager

Silver Seal Products Co. Inc.

19224 Allen Rd. Trenton, MI 48183 Phone: (800) 521-2936 (734) 479-2255 Fax: (800) 521-0580 sr@silver-seal.com www.silver-seal.com Geoffrey Havens, President

Silvolite Pistons

1040 Corbett St. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 882-7790 Fax: (775) 882-7773 gschierholt@uempistons.com www.uempistons.com Glen Schierholt, Sales and Tech

Spacetek Oil

7221 Deer Brook St. Willow Spring, NC 27592 Phone: (602) 478-2716 (480) 518-6676 info@spacetekoil.com www.spacetekoil.com Rocky Jordache, President

SPAL Advanced Technologies

1731 SE Oralator Rd Ankeny, IA 50021 Phone: (800) 345-0327 (515) 245-2464 Fax: (800) 654-7725 info@spalusa.com www.spalusa.com

Specialty Equipment Market Association 1575 S. Valley Vista Dr. Diamond Bar, CA 91765 Phone: (909) 396-0289 Fax: (909) 860-0184 sema@sema.org www.semashow.com

Spectra Premium Industries

1421 Ampere St. Boucherville, QC J4B 5Z5 Canada Phone: (450) 641-3090 (800) 641-3090 Fax: (450) 641-6113 sornbergerb@spectrapremium.com www.spectrapremium.com Brian Sornberger, WD Sales Manager

Steck Manufacturing

1115 S. Broadway Dayton, OH 45417 Phone: (937) 222-0062 Fax: (937) 222-6666 sales@steckmfg.com www.steckmfg.com John Brill, Director of Marketing

Steelabrator Cleaning Systems

Simtest

20732 Soledad St., Unit H Canyon Country, CA 91351 Phone: (800) 642-8696 (661) 803-4486 info@simtesteng.com Greg Kuric, President

993 Federal Rd. Brookfield, CT 6804 Phone: (203) 775-1291 Fax: (203) 775-8720 salesadministration@spectro-oils.com www.spectro-oils.com Dannielle Larrabee, Mktg Director

Smith Brothers Pushrods

2895 SW 13th Redmond, OR 97756 Phone: (800) 367-1533 (541) 388-8188 Fax: (541) 389-8840 smithbrothers@pushrods.net www.pushrods.net Pierre Chango, Sales/Tech

Soda Blast Systems

5711 Schurmier Rd. Houston, TX 77048 Phone: (800) 216-7632 Fax: (713) 868-8041 info@sbsllc.com www.sbsllc.com Benny LeCompte, VP/General Manager

Sonny's Racing Engines & Components 352 Training Center Rd. Lynchburg, VA 24502 Phone: (434) 239-1009 Fax: (434) 239-1026 rod@sonnysracingengines.com www.sonnysracingengines.com Rod Short, Sales & Marketing Mgr.

Soundmaster Noise Control 872 S. Milwaukee Libertyville, IL 60048 Phone: (800) 472-5952 huff@soundcontrol.com www.dynotestcells.com

Speed-Pro/Federal-Mogul

26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: (248) 354-7700 Fax: (248) 354-7844 www.federalmogul.com Michael Proud, Director of Marketing, North America

SpinTron

23444 Schoenherr Warren, MI 48089 Phone: (800) 326-8368 (586) 447-0400 Fax: (586) 447-0440 jerrypelkey@spintron.com www.trendperform.com Jerry Pelkey, Salesman

Stage 8 Locking Fasteners

4318 Redwood Hwy Unit 200 San Rafael, CA 94903 Phone: (415) 485-5340 (800) 843-7836 Fax: (415) 485-0552 info@stage8.com www.stage8.com Glenn Thompson, Technical Support

Standard Crankshaft Co.

724-A Montana Dr. Charlotte, NC 28216 Phone: (800) 334-1299 (704) 392-4371 Fax: (704) 393-0558 jim@standardcrankshaft.com www.standardcrankshaft.com Jim McArver, VP/GM

T & S Machines and Tools Inc.

12 Whitley Ridge Ln. Gainesville, TX 76240 Phone: (940) 668-1002 (800) 766-2069 Fax: (940) 668-8006 info@tnsmachines.com www.tnsmachines.com Tim Whitley Sr., President

Storm Vulcan Mattoni

Taylor Dynamometer

2225 Burbank Dallas, TX 75235 Phone: (214) 637-1430 (800) 527-2442 Fax: (214) 634-8201 terrywagner66@yahoo.com www.stormvulcan.com Terry Wagner, VP/Operations

Stuska Dynamometer

N60W 22700 Silver Spring Dr Sussex, WI 53089 Phone: (262) 252-4091 Fax: (262) 246-0436 steveh@stuskadyno.com www.stuskadyno.com Steve Huelsbeck, Sales Manager

Sunnen Products Co. Spectro Oils of America

4859 Convair Dr. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 884-2292 Fax: (775) 884-3363 www.tdmach.com Larry Tores, President

110 Connelly San Antonio, TX 78203 Phone: (210) 225-6745 Fax: (210) 225-2114 sales@atectranstool.com Gregory Myers, Equipment Sales Mgr.

Simple Green

15922 Pacific Coast Hwy. Huntington Harbour, CA 92649 Phone: (800) 228-0709 Fax: (562) 592-3830 nlao@simplegreen.com www.simplegreen.com Norman Lao, Director of Marketing

T & D Machine Products

3602 W Wheelhouse Rd Milwaukee, WI 53208 Phone: (262) 785-7180 www.taylordyno.com

TCI Automotive

151 Industrial Dr. Ashland, MS 38603 Phone: (662) 224-8972 Fax: (662) 224-8255 www.tciauto.com

Tech Line Coatings

26844 Adams Ave. Murrieta, CA 92562 Phone: (972) 775-6130 Fax: (951) 461-9658 bill.p@techlinecoatings.com www.techlinecoatings.com Leonard Warren, President

7910 Manchester Rd. St. Louis, MO 63143 Phone: (314) 781-2100 (800) 325-3670 Fax: (314) 781-2268 sunnen@sunnen.com www.sunnen.com Bob Davis, Global Communications Mgr.

The Casite Company

SuperFlow Technologies Group

Thread Kits Co.

4747 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80919 Phone: (719) 471-1746 Fax: (719) 471-1490 gglanzer@superflow.com Gene Glanzer, Manager of Diesel Products

Superior Honing Equipment

6691 33rd St. E. Sarasota, FL 34243 Phone: (941) 758-1266 Fax: (941) 753-1846 superiorhoning@worldnet.att.net www.superiorhone.com Jack Harmount, President

Sure Products Inc.

530 Stephenson Hwy. Troy, MI 48083 Phone: (248) 585-6909 Fax: (248) 585-6920 jantakli@casite.com www.casite.com

24310 Garnier St. Torrance, CA 90505 Phone: (800) 372-4477 (310) 891-1995 Fax: (310) 539-3622 sales@threadkits.com www.threadkits.com Jamie Shaw, Marketing Mgr.

Thul Engine

225 Roosevelt Ave. Plainfield, NJ 7060 Phone: (800) 276-8485 (908) 756-1875 Fax: (908) 756-0239 office@thulautoparts.com www.thulengine.com Rick Thul, President

1119 Luke St. #111 Irving, TX 75061 Phone: (972) 986-5867 Fax: (972) 986-5867 surepro@verizon.net www.surepro.com Gary Tatro, President

Tiffin Parts

Surface Sciences

Topline Automotive

7221 Deer Brook St. Willow Spring, NC 27592 Phone: (602) 478-2716 (480) 518-6676 tekman@surfacesciences.com www.surfacesciences.com Rocky Jordache, President

Swain Tech Coatings Inc.

963 North Rd Scottsville, NY 14546 Phone: (585) 889-2786 Fax: (585) 889-5218 office@swaintech.com www.swaintech.com www.facebook.com/swaintech Richard Tucker, President

235 Miami St. Tiffin, OH 44883 Phone: (800) 219-6354 Fax: (888) 397-4794 tiffinparts@gmail.com www.tiffinparts.com 8150 S. Hoyne Ave. Chicago, IL 60620 Phone: (773) 487-1400 (800) 441-1400 Fax: (773) 487-1403 (800) 542-4628 paul@toplineauto.com www.toplineauto.com Paul Plebanek, Sales

Torque Power Source

655 Wheat Lane Wood Dale, IL 60191 Phone: (800) 551-2938 Fax: (800) 432-9745 rnardi@powergreatlakes.com www.torquepowersource.com Russell P. Nardi, Marketing Manager

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Supplier Directory Total Seal Piston Rings 22642 N. 15th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85027 Phone: (623) 587-7400 Fax: (623) 587-7600 kevins@totalseal.com www.totalseal.com Joey Moriarty, Sales Rep

Tracer Products

956 Brush Hollow Rd. Westbury, NY 11590 Phone: (516) 333-1254 (800) 641-1133 Fax: (516) 876-8411 info@tracerline.com www.tracerline.com Valerie Scherer, Publicist

Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

1755A Iowa Ave. Riverside, CA 92507 Phone: (951) 328-5235 (877) 371-5235 Fax: (951) 328-5239 sales@tracpro.com www.tracpro.com Jason Salley

Trend Performance

23444 Schoenherr Warren, MI 48089 Phone: (800) 326-8368 (828) 862-8290 Fax: (586) 447-0440 srhodey@trendperform.com www.trendperform.com Steve Rhodey, Sales Manager

Trick Flow Specialties

285 West Ave. Tallmadge, OH 44278 Phone: (330) 630-1555 Fax: (330) 630-5565 techinfo@trickflow.com www.trickflow.com Mike Downs, Manager, Manufacturing & Engineering

Tri-State Cylinder Head

1712 Read St. Evansville, IN 47724 Phone: (812) 421-0095 (800) 270-0095 Fax: (812) 421-0983 ronschmitt@sigecom.net www.flootek.com Ron Schmitt, Owner

Tucker Valve Seat Co.

Box 12150 Odessa, TX 79768 Phone: (800) 362-7321 Fax: (915) 362-8904 inserts@tuckervalveseat.com www.tuckervalveseat.com Phillip Carrasco, General Manager

Turner Technologies

1229 La Luz Canyon Rd. Cloudcroft, NM 88317 Phone: (575) 682-5564 Fax: (570) 694-2830 wkturner@crankbalancer.com www.crankbalancer.com Warren Turner, Owner

United Engine & Machine Co.

1040 Corbett St. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: (775) 882-7790 (800) 648-7970 Fax: (775) 882-7773 danq@uempistons.com www.uempistons.com Dan Qualls, Director Sales & Marketing

United Gasket

1633 S. 55th Ave. Cicero, IL 60804 Phone: (708) 656-3700 Fax: (708) 656-6292 info@unitedgasket.com www.unitedgasket.com David Montemayor, Sales Manager

Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

411 Circle Freeway Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45246 Phone: (513) 874-6550 Fax: (513) 874-1424 margaret@valcocp.com www.valco-cp.com Margaret Meeks, Director of Sales/Cust Svc

Van Norman

500 57th St. Marion, IA 52302 Phone: (800) 553-5953 (319) 377-9421 Fax: (319) 377-9101 vannorman@kwik-way.com www.van-norman.com Dennis Mullarkey, VP Sales

Vehicle MRI

187 Commerce Dr. Scott Twp, PA 18447 Phone: 570-241-0769 855-267-4669 Fax: 855-221-5620 info@vehiclemri.com www.vehiclemri.com www.facebook.com/vehiclemri Twitter.com/vehiclemri Stephen Golenski, President

Venture Products Intl.

27 Mulvaney St. Asheville, NC 28803 Phone: (828) 285-0495 Fax: (828) 285-9618 info@ventureproducts.com www.ventureproducts.com Stephen McLeod, Vice President

Veyance Technologies Inc.

703 S. Cleveland Massillon Rd. Fairlawn, OH 44333 Phone: (330) 664-7000 (330) 664-7144 Fax: (330) 664-7145 chris.sledzik@veyance.com www.veyance.com Chris Sledzik, Communications Specialist

Victor Reinz Gaskets MAHLE Clevite Inc.

1335 W. Fullerton Addison, IL 60101 Phone: (800) 433-6414 (630) 953-1000 Fax: (630) 953-0174 bill@ustoolandmfg.com Bill Levy, VP

1240 Eisenhower Place Ann Arbor, MI 481083282 Phone: (734) 975-4777 (800) 338-8786 Fax: (734) 975-7820 ted.hughesr@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com facebook.com/mahleclevite twitter.com/mahleclevite Ted Hughes, Manager - Marketing

Ultrasonic Power Corporation

Viking Blast & Wash Systems

U. S. Tool & Mfg.

239 E. Stephenson St. Freeport, IL 60132 Phone: (800) 575-0168 (815) 235-6020 Fax: (815) 232-2150 sonic@upcorp.com www.upcorp.com James M. Berberet, President

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3810 N. Toben Wichita, KS 67226 Phone: (316) 634-6699 (800) 835-1096 Fax: (316) 634-6658 sales@vikingcorporation.com www.vikingcorporation.com Deron Lock, General Manager

VSI Performance Warehouse

7940 New Jersey Ave. Hammond, IN 46323 Phone: (219) 845-4473 (800) 424-8741 gadams@vsihp.com www.vsihp.com George Adams, Sales Manager

Washington Mills Ceramics Corp. 165 King St. Sun Prairie, WI 53590 Phone: (608) 839-5155 (508) 839-6511 Fax: (608) 837-0808 (508) 839-7859 jwilliams@washingtonmills.com www.washingtonmillsceramics.com Jack Williams, Vice President/GM

Weiand

1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: (270) 782-2900 Fax: (270) 781-9940 www.weiand.com Bill Tichenor, Dir of Marketing

Wiseco Piston Co. Inc.

7201 Industrial Park Blvd. Mentor, OH 44060 Phone: (440) 951-6600 Fax: (440) 951-6606 info@wiseco.com www.wiseco.com

Wolverine/Blue Racer

530 Fentress Blvd. Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Phone: (386) 252-1151 Fax: (386) 258-6167 ghoward@cranemail.com www.blueracer.cranecams.com Glen Howard, Director of Sales and Marketing

Workshop Hero

2741 N. Roemer Rd. Appleton, WI 54911 Phone: (920) 882-6800 Fax: (920) 882-6840 www.weldcraft.com Mike Sammons, Sales & Marketing Manager

951 Jones St., P.O. Box 828 Howell, MI 48843 Phone: 517-546-1117 Fax: 517-546-6434 info@workshophero.com www.workshophero.com David Yancho, Vice President

Wenesco, Inc.

World Products

3057 N. Rockwell Chicago, IL 60618 Phone: (773) 463-9200 (800) 233-4430 Fax: (773) 463-1400 esales@wenesco.com www.wenesco.com Mike Winkel, Account Manager

7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: (877) 630-6651 Fax: (502) 937-5984 bburgess.@pbm-erson.com www.worldcastings.com Bruce Burgess

Wet Technologies

Yamato Engine Specialists

Weldcraft

1363 Lincoln Ave. #5 Holbrook, NY 11741 Phone: (631) 285-7285 Fax: (631) 285-7288 info@wettechnologies.com www.wettechnologies.com Fred Greis, Owner

2020 E. Bakerview Rd. Bellingham, WA 98226 Phone: (360) 733-1916 (800) 733-1916 Fax: (360) 733-5299 asiff@yamatoengines.com www.yamatopw.com Asiff Dhanani, Vice President

Wetblasting.com

1633 6th Ave., Suite 205 Gratton, WI 53024 Phone: (262) 573-4299 rickwpaul@gmail.com wetblasting.com

Wheelabrator

1219 Corporate Dr. Burlington, ON L7L5V5 Canada Phone: (800) 845-8508 (905) 319-7930 Fax: (905) 319-7561 info@surfacepreparation.com www.surfacepreparation.com Rick Roth, Dir. Equipment Sales

Wheelabrator Group

1219 Corporate Drive Burlington, ON L7L5V5 Canada Phone: (800) 845-8508 (905) 319-7930 Fax: (800) 845-8508 info@wheelabratorgroup.com www.wheelabratorgroup.com Doug Lo Franco, VP Equipment Sales, Americas

Winona Van Norman

710 E. 17th St. Wichita, KS 67214 Phone: (800) 533-8008 (316) 219-3500 Fax: (316) 219-3510 sales@winonavannorman.com www.winonavannorman.com Roger Carvalho, Marketing Director

Zero Blast Cabinets

One Cable Car Dr. Washington, MO 63090 Phone: (636) 726-7559 (636) 239-8130 Fax: (800) 726-7559 (636) 239-9230 info@clemcoindustries.com www.clemcoindustries.com Patti Roman, VP Marketing

Zerust Corrosion Solutions 4201 Woodland Rd. Circle Pines, MN 55014 Phone: (763) 225-6600 Fax: (763) 225-6645 sales@ntic.com www.zerust.com

ZEX Nitrous

3418 Democrat Road Memphis, TN 38118 Fax: (901) 375-3430 www.zex.com Matt Patrick, Brand Manager

Zurich

7045 College Blvd. Overland Park, KS 66211 Phone: (800) 840-8842 Fax: (913) 906-1727 zdu.aftermarket@zurichna.com www.zurichna.com/zdu


Product Spotlights

SV-20 Cylinder Hone The Sunnen SV-20 cylinder hone incorporates the high-end features that satisfy both production engine builders and performance shops, but at a cost that won’t break the bank. SV-20 features include: •True linear stroking system for consistent diameter from top to bottom of the bore, cylinder after cylinder •Powerful 5.5 Hp spindle motor drives Sunnen’s two-stage diamond hone heads for shorter cycle times and super accuracy •Rotary servo tool feed system allows automatic 2-stage honing with both rough and finish stones •Advance PLC control with color touch screen for easy operation and optimum control of honing parameters •Full bore profile display to quickly see and correct tight spots

Sunnen Products Company Phone 1-800-325-3670

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Ford 5.4L 3V Camshafts

“No particle left behind” with ARMEX® baking soda based, water soluble media from the makers of Arm & Hammer® Products. Clean, degrease and depaint core engine components in one step. Water rinse residues away.

Elgin Industries offers the aftermarket’s most complete line of precision-engineered stock and performance camshafts for today’s leading engines. Now engine builders can restore OE performance and reliability to Ford 5.4L 3-valve (VIN 5) engines with the following premiumquality Elgin® cams:

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Phone: 1-800-323-6764

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Ergonomic Blast Cabinets ZERO blast cabinets are now available in an ergonomic body style, which allows the operator to sit while working. The cabinet configuration provides comfortable kneeroom for the operator without interfering with the free flow of media for reclamation and re-use. Standard cabinet features include: large, quick-change window, reverse-pulse cartridge-style dust collector, suction-blast or pressure-blast models. HEPA filtration as an option. Cabinets can work with glass bead, aluminum oxide and other recyclable media. Applications: cleaning, de-burring, peening, and finishing.

Clemco Industries Corp. Phone: 800-788-0599 Circle 109

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Engine Pro has added to its line of stock replacement gaskets, with full sets and head sets now available. All gasket components are produced to OE standards and are ISO 9001:2000 certified. Cylinder head gaskets have an exclusive perforated steel core to resist scrubbing, special aluminum sealing compound for better load spread, and Teflon-graphite coatings for better heat resistance and more effective sealing. Go to goenginepro.com for your local Engine Pro Distributor.

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Web-Based Valvetrain Parts Catalog SBI has released a Web-based version of its acclaimed catalog in order to provide users with real-time updates on additions to the company’s line of replacement valvetrain parts for close to 3,000 applications divided among late-model domestic and import passenger car, light truck, performance, marine, agricultural, heavyduty and forklift/industrial. The catalog also features listings of K-Line Bronze Bullet-brand valve guide liners and miscellaneous K-Line tooling stocked by SBI, Exclusive Master Distributor for K-Line. Based on SBI’s CD-ROM catalog, the SBI Web-based catalog allows the user to search the database by part type/part number, vehicle type, engine manufacturer, or specific engine and make codes.

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Advertiser Index COMPANY NAME

PAGE #

GRP Connecting Rods

52

52

Access Industries

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Hastings Mfg. Co.

21

21

American Cylinder Head, Inc.

25

25

Injector Experts

8

8

Apex Automobile Parts

35

35

Interstate-Mcbee

38

38 20

ArmaKleen Company

10

10

King Electronics

20

Automotive Service Equipment

55

55

Liberty Engine Parts

4,5

5

Bill Mitchell Products

9

4

Mahle Clevite

11

11

Camcraft Cams LLC

28

28

Melling Engine Parts

22

22

Clemco Industries

45

45

Packard Industries

Cover 2

Cloyes Gear & Products Inc.

19

19

PAI Industries Inc

39

Cometic Gaskets

56

56

Performance Trends

23

24

Dakota Parts Warehouse

9

9

QualCast

32

32

Darton International

6

12

Quality Cutter

53

53

Dipaco Inc.

51

51

Quality Power Products

15

15 84

2 39

DNJ Engine Components

1

1

Rottler Manufacturing

Cover 4

Dura-Bond Bearing Co

30

30

Safety Auto Parts Corp

43

43

Elgin Industries

7

7

SB International

31

31

Engine Parts Group

13

13

Schaeffler Group USA

8

12

Engine Parts Warehouse/PBM

3

3

Spectro Oils Of America

6

6

Engine Performance Warehouse

29

29

Sunnen Products Co

33

33

Wetblasting.Com

34

34

Winona Van Norman

27

27

Wiseco Piston Inc

54

54

EngineQuest Federal Mogul Corp Goodson Mfg Co

37

37

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16,17,40,41,48

50

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