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Features Building History – Dodge Bros. Engine builders John and Horace Dodge started making automobiles in 1914. With Dodge turning 100 this year, we review Dodge history and reflect on how far it is possible for top-notch engine builders to go in business and in life. ....12

12 Resto Wrap-Up Since 2000, Abradable Powder Coatings have been used in auto production. These “clearance coatings” can also safely minimize piston clearances, rock and slap, promote better ring sealing and increase power. ........................................18

Just in Time Timing components that drive a camshaft affect valve timing, ignition timing, compression, engine performance and fuel economy. Because of this, timing components must remain in good condition. We address replacement and upgrades in this feature on timing. ..........................................................22

Wear and Tear Agricultural equipment, specifically tractors, are kept in use for decades. That means they need to be rebuilt, so we took a look inside rebuilding diesel tractor/ag engines. ..............30

Columns

Shop Solutions ........................10 By Engine Pro Technical Committee Submit Shop Solutions to be published and win a $100 Visa gift card

Shop Talk ................................38 By Contributor Jerry McLain One shop’s take on cylinder honing work

DEPARTMENTS Events ..............................................................4 Industry News ..................................................6 Tech Center ......................................................28 2014 Supplier Spotlight ....................................78 Cores/Classifieds..............................................82

AUTO/TRUCK PARTS AND EQUIPMENT (LISTED ALPHABETICALLY) Engines/Components Adhesives to Camshaft Kits ..............48 Camshaft Seals to Cylinder Heads New: Aluminum Complete ......................49 Cylinder Heads New: Cast Iron Bare to Gaskets ........................................50 Harmonic Balancer Repair Sleeves to Manifold Studs ..............................51 Nuts and Bolts to Push Rods ....................................52 Radiator Oil Fans to Rocker Arm Studs ........................53 Rocker Washers to Springs ............54

Studs to Timing Components ......................55 Timing Covers to Water Tubes ..................................56 Equipment and Preparation Air Flow Benches to Cylinder Head Assembly ................57 Cylinder Head Chamfering Tool to Heat Tabs Temp Sticks ..................58 Holding Fixtures to Run-In Stands ..............................59 Sandpaper Belts/Wheels to Valve Stem Polisher ......................60

GENERAL PURCHASES Chemicals & Solvents ........................61 Core Cleaning/Processing ..................61 Cranes & Hoists..................................62 Hand Cleaners....................................62 Hand Tools ........................................63 Lubricants..........................................63

Services ............................................64 Shipping ............................................64 Storage Racks ....................................64 Welding ............................................64 Trade Shows ......................................64

SUPPLIERS, ADDRESSES & CONTACTS Alphabetical listing for quick access to supplier addresses, telephone numbers and personnel contacts ..................................................................................................65

COVER DESIGN BY NICHOLE ANDERSON

ENGINE BUILDER founded Oct. 1964 Copyright 2014 Babcox Media Inc.

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Industry Events April 3-5 Auto Tech Expo Springfield, MO www.autotechexpo.net or 800-274-7890

May 23-24 Lane Automotive Car Show & Cruise In Watervliet, MI www.laneautomotive.com or 800-772-5266

May 23-25 Springfield Swap Meet and Car Show Springfield, OH www.ohioswapmeet.com or 937-376-0111

May 17-25 Indianapolis 500 Indianapolis, IN www.Indy500.com or 317-492-8500

August 21-23 The Great American Trucking Show Dallas, TX www.gatsonline.com or 888-349-4287

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August 28-September 2 NHRA Chevy Performance US Nationals Indianapolis, IN www.nhra.com or 317-718-8750

October 28-30 Engine Expo Novi, MI www.engine-expo.com

November 4-7 SEMA Show Las Vegas, NV www.semashow.com

December 11-13 27th Annual PRI Trade Show Indianapolis, IN performanceracing.com

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Motor State Distributing Adds aFe Power to its Product Line Motor State Distributing has announced the addition of the aFe Power product line to their quality brand selection of gas and diesel performance parts and accessories. AFe Power – advance FLOW engineering, is a manufacturer of high performance cold air intakes, air filters, exhaust manifolds, exhaust systems, intake manifolds, throttle body spacers, intercoolers, and other performance products for late model gas and diesel cars, trucks, and SUV’s. Motor State Distributing stocks the complete aFe Power product line for immediate shipping. For more information and purchasing of this product line contact; Motor State Distributing, Watervliet, MI. 800-772-2678 http://www.motorstate.com

Edelbrock Announces its “E-Street EFI Deal” Promotion With the “E-Street EFI Deal” consumer promotion Edelbrock’s participating consumers can get a free Performer or Performer RPM intake manifold when they purchase a new Edelbrock E-Street EFI system now through April 30, 2014. Eligible purchases include new E-Street EFI systems #3600, #3602 and #3606. Consumers can choose from a large selection of Performer and Performer RPM intake manifolds. This promotion excludes all black powder-coated, EnduraShine, polished finished and direct port EFI intake manifolds. For a complete list of eligible Performer and Performer RPM intake manifolds by part number, complete promotion details and to download a redemption form, visit www.edelbrock.com/promo. E-Street EFI Deal Promotion Details: • Free Performer or Performer RPM intake manifold with a valid proof of purchase of a new E-Street Electronic Fuel Injection system #3600, #3602 or #3606. 6 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

• Valid on new E-Street EFI systems purchased through April 30, 2014. • Direct port EFI intake manifolds are not eligible. • Excludes all black powder coated, EnduraShine and polished finished intake manifolds. For more information, visit: www.edelbrock.com

VP Racing Fuels Named as Official Fuel for TORC 2014 Season TORC: The Off-Road Championship, the nation’s premiere short-course, off-road racing series, has announced that VP Racing Fuels will be its Official Fuel for the 2014 season. All TORC competitors will be powered by the company’s high-performance racing fuels beginning with the April 5-6 “Duel in the Desert” race in Primm, NV. As part of its sponsorship, VP will establish a contingency program to reward racers based on performance parameters. In addition, VP will provide trackside fuel service at each event, which will include an online pre-order procedure to provide for convenient delivery of specific fuels to teams at the track.

Intermotor Parts Car Giveaway Standard Motor Products (SMP) has announced the Intermotor Parts Car Giveaway, available to professional service technicians, counterpersons, motorists and all import car enthusiasts, is running now through April 15, 2014. The

program will award one grand prize winner a 2014 Subaru Impreza WRX, as well as first and second place prizes. In addition to the grand prize, five first prize winners will receive a GoPro HERO3+ camera and 10 second prize winners will receive a Garmin nüvi LM with lifetime map updates. Intermotor Parts Car Giveaway participants may enter online at www.IntermotorPartsCar.com or by entry card.

Honeywell to Launch 100 New Turbos in 2014 Honeywell Turbo Technologies says it expects to launch more than 100 turbocharger applications involving more than 20 new technologies in 2014. These new applications will serve Honeywell’s global customer base with gasoline, diesel, natural gas and hybrid powertrains in both light vehicle passenger and commercial vehicles. Honeywell states it has more than 500 current turbo programs in various stages of development in its customer pipeline, all of which are expected to come to market in the next few years. The company pioneered automotive

turbocharging more than 60 years ago and has produced more than 100 million turbos in its history. Honeywell recently announced Honeywell VNT turbo, which is helping to power the Fiat 500L and its 1.6L Multi Jet II diesel engine. According to the company, the new VNT turbo can make significant contributions to auto


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makers balancing improved fuel economy, lower emissions and enhanced performance.

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Turbochargers allow a smaller engine to achieve the similar if not improved power outputs of larger naturally aspirated engines while being between 20% to 40% more fuel efficient in gasoline and diesel engines respectively. The smaller engine size also makes turbos a technology that can help automakers meet stricter emissions standards.

MSD Named Official Ignition of USMTS and USRA Racing Series Honeywell expects turbocharging to continue growing globally from 31% in 2013 to 38% by 2018. While Europe is by far the global leader in turbo penetration given the high percentage of diesel vehicles sold, the addition of gasoline turbocharging will increase its turbo penetration to nearly 67% by 2018. This compares to 2018 estimates of 31% of total sales in North America, 33% in China and 53% in India.

MSD of El Paso, Texas, has announced it is the official ignition for the 2014 United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) as well as the United States Racing Association (USRA). As the official ignition of both series, MSD will be posting certificate awards as well as support for the top five racers in each of the four USRA Championship classes. Manny Grijalva, the vice president of marketing and sales at

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MSD added, “We are thrilled to be a stronger partner with the USMTS this year. The enthusiasts who participate as both drivers and spectators have been loyal to the MSD brand since we started over 40 years ago and we appreciate that support.”

MAHLE Aftermarket and Engine Pro will Sponsor Must See Racing Clevite engine bearings, a product of MAHLE Aftermarket, will join Engine Pro as a marketing and performance partner with Must See Racing Xtreme Sprint Series (MSRXSS ) for 2014. The winged sprint series starts its fifth year of racing April 11, 2014 on some of the best circle tracks in the nation including Anderson Speedway, Lucas Oil Raceway and Berlin Raceway. Along with MAHLE Aftermarket and their Clevite engine bearing brand, several of Engine Pro’s key


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suppliers are also participating in MSRXSS programs in 2014 including ARP, Dura-Bond, Ferrea, Hastings Manufacturing, MAHLE Motorsports, Melling Performance and Rollmaster/Romac.

SCT Holdings Acquires Bully Dog SCT Holdings (SCT), a software company focused on improving fuel efficiency and increasing

performance in vehicles, Elgin Receives 13th JASPER announced the acquisition Supplier Award of Bully Dog, an Elgin Industries has received its automotive calibration 13th consecutive supplier award solutions provider to the from JASPER Engines & Transmissions, North America’s truck aftermarket. largest remanufacturer of gasoline The combined comand diesel powertrain and drivetrain pany will offer customers components. Elgin, which is with the most effective software solutions to opti- celebrating its 95th anniversary, has supplied to internal engine mize vehicle performance components to JASPER for more across an unprecedented than 60 years. number of vehicle types. Elgin received the 2014 JASPER The companies’ softService Award, which is presented to ware solutions optimize a vehicle’s manufacturers who provide engine and transmission systems to exceptional service in each of several improve fuel efficiency and vehicle critical business areas, including performance. Currently Ford, GM, product quality, fill rate, accuracy in Chrysler, Nissan, Toyota, Paccar, Mercedes, Caterpillar, Cummins, De- billing and credit processes, and troit Diesel, Polaris vehicles can capi- overall responsiveness. ■ talize on the technology. New feaWant more industry news delivered via tures and products will email? Register for Engine Builder’s weekly be rolling out through newsletter at www.EngineBuilderMag.com the course of 2014.

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Serve Up Cylinder Support on a Torque Plate Honing motorcycle or powersport cylinders can be difficult. The thin bottom portion of the cylinder often protrudes 1”-3” below the cylinder assembly, and if this thin/bottom portion of the cylinder is not supported during the honing process, the hone tends to push the cylinders outward instead of removing material. This results in a bore that is smaller at the bottom of the cylinder than the top. If you have an obsolete torque plate or one that you are not using, then you can easily build a support for the cylinder: Measure the bore of the crankcase that the cylinder is going into with a dial bore gauge. Then, using your boring bar, set your boring bar cutter to the same size and bore the torque plate. If the inside diameter of your torque plate is larger than the outside diameter of the cylinder or if the cylinder is longer than the torque plate, you can install a cylinder sleeve to adjust for size or length. Honing with the cylinder installed in your new fixture will simulate the support of the crankcase on the bottom of the cylinder. Dave Matton D and D Auto Machine Bloomington, MN

Oh, What a Relief…. Have you ever found yourself working with stainless steel hardware, but you were out of anti-seize compound? You don’t want galling, but you must use something on the threads because this job has to go out now! (This situation may lead to stress, which can even give the best engine builder an upset stomach). Then reach for the antacid – not for the belly – to use on the bolts! Maalox and other common antacids work well as an anti-seize, and will not bake off. This makes them perfect for header bolt use! Paul Wampler Engine Performance Warehouse Inc. Denver, CO

PAM Helps You Pull It Off I find that when machining some valve seats, my cutter will get a build10 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

up and give a poor finish. I use a small knife to scrape the cutter clean, then, I smear PAM (non-stick cooking spray) on the seat and the cutter for the last .002” cut. It helps the finish on highchrome alloy seats. Randy Torvinen Torvenin’s Machine Menahga, MN

Using Studs to Assist in Cylinder Head Installation When installing a head on a V8 or V6 block, there is always that chance that one head may not seat correctly and fall off before you can bolt it down. Take old head bolts and cut the heads off. Then, cut a slot in them that will accept a screwdriver. Now install two of these studs into each side of the block to locate the heads in place. Once you’ve installed a few bolts, use a blade screwdriver to back your studs out. Jeffrey Myers MAR Automotive, INC Philadelphia, PA

Fundamentals of Engine Bearing Clearances The durability of any engine – stock or performance – is tied to the engine builder’s skill in achieving optimal bearing clearances. Too little or too much clearance will reduce or eliminate the vital oil film that helps prevent contact between mating surfaces. So getting it right requires absolute precision in spec’ing and installing your replacement bearings. Bearing clearance is determined by several variables, including type and geometry of the mating parts, eccentricity, oil viscosity, oil film, shaft diameter and engine load. Mating parts: Most light-vehicle engines are assembled at the OE level by “select fitting” components to achieve tighter clearances than would typically result from random selection of mating parts, since the “stack-up” of manufacturing tolerances on the mating parts could lead to excessive NVH (Noise Vibration Harshness). The aggregate tolerance ranges for the shaft, housing and bearings equals the total possible clearance variation due to manufacturing tolerances of each mating part.

Geometry: Clearance is a margin of safety that helps address any imperfections in component alignment and geometry. As surfaces are more precisely machined, they become less sensitive to oil film breakdown, and tighter clearances can be tolerated. Eccentricity: Half-shell rod and main bearings do not have uniform walls. Their walls are thickest at 90-degrees from the split and then drop off by a prescribed amount toward each parting line. This varying thickness is known as eccentricity, which is used to tailor the bearing shell to its rod or main housing bore that will distort under operating loads. Oil viscosity: Most new light-vehicle engines are designed to use lighterweight oils to reduce horsepower loss. These oils can flow more freely through tighter clearances. Higher operating speeds result in considerably higher oil temperatures, and an accompanying loss of oil viscosity. Oil film: Tighter clearances help promote alignment of the shaft and bearing, which leads to a broader oil film that spreads the load over more of the bearing surface. This improves bearing life and performance. Oil film thickness should exceed the combined roughness of the surfaces (asperities), with thickness normally ranging from .2 to 1.6 microns. Stock vs. Performance: For most applications, .00075 to .0010-inch of clearance per inch of shaft diameter is a reasonable starting point. For performance engines, it’s smart to add .0005-in. clearance to the maximum determined above. This extra margin reduces sensitivity to shaft, block and connecting rod defection and the resulting misalignment that can result from peak loads. Accurate Measurement: Bearing clearance is specified as “vertical clearance” and must be measured at 90 degrees to the split line. Vertical bearing clearance is best measured by assembling the bearing into its bore (at the specified torque without the shaft in place), measuring the inside diameter with a dial bore gauge, and subtracting the actual


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crankshaft journal diameter. Matt Barkhaus Sealed Power Engine Bearings Product Manager Federal-Mogul Vehicle Component Solutions Note: OE manufacturers have components that may be graded for tolerance, which they can “select” to achieve the specific clearances they desire. Since this is not a luxury afforded an automotive machine shop, it is up to the machinist to correctly adjust through machining operations housing bores and crankshaft journal sizes to achieve these desired clearances. Familiarity with the different bearing manufacturers products and their tendencies toward a thicker or thinner bearing shell and mixing bearing half-sizes are also tools you can use to achieve your clearance goals. Engine Pro Technical Committee

Shop Solutions – The Power of Knowledge Engine Builder and Engine Pro present Shop Solutions in each issue of Engine Builder Magazine and at enginebuildermag.com. The feature is intended to provide machine shop owners and engine technicians the opportunity to share their knowledge to benefit the entire industry and their own shops. Those who submit Shop Solutions that are published are awarded a free one year membership to the Engine Rebuilders Council and a prepaid $100 Visa gift card.

Engine Pro is a nationwide network of distributors that warehouse a full line of internal engine components for domestic and import passenger car, light truck, heavy duty, industrial, marine, agricultural and performance applications. They also produce engine parts under the Engine Pro name that offer premium features at an affordable price.

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Building History

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BY CONTRIBUTING WRITER JOHN GUNNELL

Two of a Kind Engine-building Dodge Bros. Celebrate 100 Years ‘On their Own’

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ngine builders John and Horace Dodge started making automobiles in 1914 — 100 years ago. However, the Dodge brothers actually got into the automobile industry in 1900 and actually manufactured engines under contract to Henry Ford in 1900. Eventually, they built all of Ford’s mechanical parts. John and Horace were talented machinists who started at the bottom and worked their way to the top through their hands-on skills and ambition to succeed in business. Like many automotive pioneers, the brothers first made bicycles. Then, a few years later, they opened up a machine shop in Detroit — the city that became the hub of American car making. Before building engines for Ford, the brothers built transmissions for Olds Motor Works. Within a year, Ford offered them a contract to make engines for his Dearborn, MI, company, but they had to stop doing work for his upstate rival from Lansing, MI. In exchange for their motors, Ford anted up a 10% share of Ford Motor Co. stock, which made the brothers wealthy engine makers. As historians tell us, Henry Ford could be ornery and he fought with the Dodge Brothers over costs and financial matters. They fought constantly for 12

years, then Ford yanked the cord, prompting the talented Dodges to make their own car. They started with a successful four-cylinder 30-hp vehicle called the Dodge Brothers Model 30. It was made in a factory in Hamtramck, MI. Before too long, Dodge Brothers Inc. was the second largest automaker in America. Dodge Brothers, Inc., was set up through the sale of $5 million worth of common stock. The new Model 30 was the world's first massproduced, all-steel touring car. It was the best-selling new car ever at that time with a record firstproduction of 45,000 units. Gen. John J. Pershing's wellpublicized use of 250 Dodge touring cars to hunt down Mexican rebel Pancho Villa in 1916 established a reputation for durability and reliable operation.

Introduced in 1914, the Dodge Model 30 was still in production in 1917 when the company made 9,000 cars including this one with the carryover 213-cid 32-hp 4-cylinder engine. (Photo courtesy Mecum Auctions) 12 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

The Dodge “Victory Six” of 1928 was a smooth-running engine that could accelerate from 5 to 25 mph in 7.5 sec. The 58-hp six was good for 60 mph and 21 mpg (at 25 mph) according to Dodge. (Gunner’s Great Garage collection).

Dodge engines didn’t quit! With the Model 30 selling well, the Dodge brothers looked for a way to grow their business and began


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Building History building trucks in 1917. During World War I it built thousands of military ambulances. Panel delivery trucks, fire trucks, pickups, chassis-cabs and other body types soon joined the Dodge Brothers truck lineup. In 1920, John Dodge caught the flu while attending the New York Automobile Show. It developed into pneumonia and he died January 14. Horace also contracted the flu, which affected him off and on that year until he passed away in Palm Beach, FL, on Dec. 10. Ironically, the deaths took place the year Dodge took the 1927 Dodge Bros. Fast 4: In 1918, Dodge adopts a heavier crankshaft in the 4-cylinder engine, so the horsepower rating was changed to 24. NACC (National Automobile Chamber of Commerce). In 1927, when this car was built, they called it the ‘Fast Four.’

Tracking their Work Did you know that John and Horace Dodge established one of the first automobile test tracks in America? Every engine and every car was extensively tested. The cars had to climb a steep hill to see if the engine did its job. There was also a slightly banked circular wooden track used for speed testing engines. The brothers wanted their cars to be as dependable and “dependability” was in every Dodge Brothers ad.

number 2 sales position with production of 141,000 vehicles. Frederick J. Haynes, an old friend of the brothers, took over as president. Unfortunately, a postwar recession started about that time, dropping sales to 81,000 units and causing lay offs. The fact that the design of the Dodge was practically unchanged from 1914 did not help matters. Though the 4cylinder engine was sturdy and reliable, it was not keeping up with 1920s technology. In 1921, Dodge Brothers agreed to market Graham Brothers medium-duty trucks and Graham agreed to use Dodge engines. This partnership

This is how a restored Dodge 216cid flathead six should look when it’s all done. These engines were finished in silver. We encountered some pretty rough head top surfaces with the motor we did, which isn’t this one.

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provided Dodge dealers with a full line of trucks to sell. Dodge eventually bought Graham Bros. By 1925, one million Dodge cars had been manufactured and business was trending upwards again. A New York investment-banking firm paid the brothers' widows $146 million cash for Dodge Brothers. In 1928, the bankers initiated negotiations with Walter P. Chrysler to buy Dodge. The $170 million transaction was completed July 31 of that year. It made Chrysler instantly five times as big and one of America’s “Big Three” automobile manufacturers. Dodge Brothers’ reputation was so good that Chrysler used that name in its advertising all the way through


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Building History The 383-cid four-barrel Magnum V8 was standard equipment in the 1968 Dodge Charger R/T, which was a pre-packaged hi-po model. Bigger engines were available as extra-cost options.

1930. Soon the company was selling 6-cylinder and straight eight models. The Ram's head hood ornament designed by sculptor Avard T. Fairbanks was first used in 1932. Over the years, this symbol was dropped and revived. Today, Dodge’s slogan is “Take Life by the Horns.” During World War II, Dodge manufactured weapons, tanks, ships and air raid sirens. Dodge factories turned out more than 500,000 military trucks and over 18,000 aircraft engines. As World War II production contracts were issued the Dodge 4 x 4 was improved. The experience would come in handy postwar. Dodge’s stodgy three-box postwar cars used a variety of flathead in-line sixes for power, with larger displacements in larger car models. Things began to change rapidly in 1953 when the Dodge Coronet could be ordered with a Red Ram hemihead engine, the first Dodge V8 in 20 years. NASCAR driver Lee Petty captured Dodge's first checkered flag there, while another Dodge V8 won the Mobilgas Economy Run. In 1954 the Chrysler Proving Grounds opened with NASCAR driver Betty Skelton driving the Hemi-powered Dodge Firearrow show car to a new world speed record for a woman on a closed course of 143.44 mph. To top off all of this, a yellow Dodge convertible with a continental kit paced the Indy 500, and Hemi-powered Dodges set 196 speed records at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Dodge introduced the D-500 Hemi engine option in 1956. These stickshifted performance cars had two four-barrel carbs atop their heated-up Hemis and cranked up 295 hp to help Dodges win 11 NASCAR flags. Dodge continued using the wedge-head V8 16 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

in its less expensive lines and the Hemi V8 in its pricier cars until the muscle car era began. A flathead six remained, but after a 1957 recession spurred interest in fuel economy and compact cars, Dodge developed a new engine called the Slant Six. At the 1960 Daytona 500, a racing HyperPak was released for this motor, which was destined to become another longlasting Dodge power plant and an

mph. In NASCAR, 500-hp Hemis ruled. A ’69 Dodge Hemi Daytona with a long nose and shelf-like rear spoiler won the checkered flag at the Daytona 500. Dodge’s answer to the Mustang finally arrived in 1970 as the Challenger could accommodate the Hemi V8. Even the Dodge Dart was offered in Hemi models before the government and insurance companies teamed up to put a lid on muscle cars. The 1973 Gulf Oil embargo changed the car industry and renewed interest in smaller, more fuel-efficient engines and cars. Subcompact Omnis, Aries Kcars and Caravan front-wheel-drive minivans saved the day. The 383-cid four-barrel Magnum V8 in a 170 Dodge Charger SE model. By this year the color of the engine had been changed from blue to orange and other details were also updated. Here’s a bird’s eye look at the Mopar 383-cid Magnum V8 in a 1970 Dodge Charger SE. These Chrysler engines have the distributor on the right front side of the block. Note the dualsnorkel air cleaner.

icon among 6-cylinder offerings. A 413-cid Ramcharger Max-Wedge engine became a muscle car favorite in 1962. Then the 1963 Ramcharger 426-A wedge V8 arrived. It delivered 425 hp and blazing off-the-line acceleration for drag racing. A new 426-cid 426-hp Race Hemi designated for “off-road” (competition) use only was built in limited numbers after 1964.

In 1992, Dodge’s high-performance image was instantly revived when the V10 powered Viper supercar arrived. In 1996, a new Viper coupe paced the Indy 500 with Chrysler president Bob

Here is another 1970 Charger engine option. This was in a car that teamed the SE and R/T options and is a 440-cid wedge head V8 with the very desirable “Six-Pack” option featuring three two-barrel carbs and a special air cleaner.

During the ‘60s, Dodge blew out its performance car image. The Ramchargers drag racing team was a hit and Roger Lindamood’s 'Color Me Gone' Dodge took the National Hot Rod Assoc.'s Top Eliminator title. A Ramcharger-equipped rail dragster set a new national speed record of 190.26

Lutz behind the wheel. Viper GT-R competition models raced and won at LeMans. With Dodge turning 100 this year, it’s interesting to review Dodge history and reflect on how far it is possible for top-notch engine builders to go in business and in life. ■


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A Fitting Solution to Lasting Longer

CONTRIBUTING EDITOR John Gunnell

Fitting pistons that have been treated with an Abradable Powder Coating

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ince 2000, Abradable Powder know the piston clearance in the Coatings have been used in auto engine, whether it is heavily production to coat supercharger modified for more power and if the rotors. These “clearance coatings” pistons and bores appear worn. For can also be used to safely minimize stock engines with stock pistons, you piston clearances, minimize piston supply factory clearance specs. For rock and slap and promote better stock engines with aftermarket ring sealing and increase power. pistons, you give the piston maker’s When clearance coatings are used, clearance recommendation. leak down lasts longer, too. For the In heavily modified engines, last eight years, a Clarkston, MI, Line2Line said it will leave more gap company named Line2Line Coatings to allow piston expansion. Measure has been offering the same the clearance that you have, then technology largely to racers, but also subtract the piston diameter at the to old-car restorers. The racers using middle of the skirt from the bore it are usually after better engine life, diameter. while the restorers focus on saving Step on In obsolete parts. Now you come to a step that a lot of When you build an engine with classic car restorers will find parts that have been “clearanceintriguing. If there is excessive coated,” you build it with clearances clearance between the piston skirt that would normally be considered and cylinder bore, Line2Line can too tight. Then, the piston “finds its own fit” under operating loads at high temperature. A Line2Line Coatings in-house It wears in until project was this late 1940’s 59 there is room for just Series Flathead Ford V8. Rebuild the right film of oil. plans include coating the pistons, At that point, the bearing shells and oil pump gears coating stops with Line2Line’s Abradable wearing in. In a race Powder Coating. The company engine, you get better said it planned a Thermal Barrier sealing properties. In Coating on the piston domes, a vintage engine, you combustion chambers and get to build it using exhaust ports to defeat the famed overheating issues of the pistons that might Flathead Ford. otherwise have been tossed. The piston fitting process starts when you place an order with Line2Line to have your pistons treated with Abradable Powder Coating. For best results and to ease assembly, the company will want to

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build up the piston with ArmorCC (a hard clearance coating) and cover it with SlickCC (a slippery clearance coating) for proper break in. You simply measure each piston for clearance and indicate your measurements on top of the part with a dry ink marker. The degree of wear may vary from cylinder to cylinder. Line2Line will also need you to indicate the original clearance. Line2Line says that if none of the above apply to your engine job, you can request the thin coating (which adds 0.002 thickness in diameter) for scuff resistance and lower friction with easy assembly or you can just estimate the clearance, and error on the thick side, then achieve a force fit with a little elbow grease. Start your build by installing the piston, with no rings or oil, gently aligning each piston to its bore. The


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slowly and try and try again until all the pistons start to go in. Once the piston is in, continue to put a little pressure on it. It might get tight, but don’t force it in too much, since you need to get it out again. If it really hangs up, remove it and look for witness marks. Abrade the witness mark areas Pistons with the Abradable Powder Coating ready to with your favorite ship. medium and repeat. When you can push the pistons through with your fingertips and minor pressure, move on to the next piston. The pistons do not need to “fall through” the bore under gravity, but when all is good, they should move through the entire stroke without oil. From this point on, use the normal cleaning and assembly procedures you would when building any engine. Oil When pistons are sent to the Clarkston, MI, facility the piston skirts at where the coatings are manufactured and applied, assembly. Once you get they should be marked up like this with a dry marker the engine built, give the to let Line2Line know the clearance measurements you engine progressive heat found. cycles to allow the piston may be hard to start down the coating to “hone” itself to the shape of bore, but you try to push it all the way the bore. through. Sometimes wiggling the The theory here is that each piston or using paper, Scotch-Brite or progressive engine start-up will take it emery cloth near the leading edge will to the next highest power and help get the piston started. Proceed temperature level from warm-up only

This graph supplied by Line2Line Coatings charts how heat cycles increase heat and power over progressive intervals of time. Pistons treated with Abraded Powder Coatings require this type of engine break-in procedure.

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Abraded Powder Coatings can also be used to make gears in engines and transmissions last longer and run quieter. In the case of old gears with wear and/or surface rust (r.), the coatings can restore a smooth, OE spec finish.

to light use to full-power use. Each time it starts, the piston will expand and become tighter in the bore and the coating will abrade the tightest spots. Each time you shut down or back off, the piston will shrink, allowing

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This demo piston is marked with the features and benefits of coatings such as increased efficiency and durability, reduced piston wobble and less engine noise.

fresh oil into the tight spots. Many factors determine the minimum number of progressive heat cycles needed. If the piston seems tight when advancing to a new power threshold, shut the engine down or back off to give it more time at the previous power

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Just in Time Addressing Timing Component Replacement and Upgrades

BY TECHNICAL EDITOR LARRY CARLEY

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he timing components that high valve spring pressures. Chain drive a camshaft affect valve stretch is not good because it creates timing, ignition timing (if the slop, noise and retards valve timing engine has a cam-driven distributor), and ignition timing. Chain rattle is a compression, engine performance common complaint in high mileage and fuel economy. Because of this, pushrod engines when the chain has the timing components must be in stretched and is rubbing against the good condition with minimal wear timing cover. Chain rattle can also and slop, and they must be durable occur in OHC engines as a result of enough to maintain accurate timing stretching, but is often caused by for the service life of the engine. worn or damaged chain guides or a Camshafts rotate at half the speed bad chain tensioner. of the crankshaft in four-stroke Timing belts have been used on a engines, so there is always a two-towide variety of OHC cam engines one gear ratio between the timing over the years. Timing belts are components that connect the crank quiet, and they generate less friction and cam. The cam drive may be a than a timing chain or gear drive, chain and sprockets, a belt and which reduces parasitic horsepower sprockets, a gear drive, or a losses inside the engine and combination of any of these such as improves fuel economy and power. Chevy’s 3.4L DOHC V6 that uses a Timing belts may be made of timing belt to drive the cams and a synthetic rubber such as neoprene, chain to drive the intermediate sprocket that Most aftermarket timing chain set suppliers include offset crank sprockets that have muldrives the belt. Any type of tiple keyways. cam drive is capable of doing the job, but there are advantages and disadvantages with each type. Timing chains are reliable and can be used in pushrod engines or overhead cam engines. A chain is usually quieter than a straight cut gear set but not as quiet as a belt. Chains are usually less expensive than gears but more expensive than belts. Their downside is that they stretch, which typically occurs after many miles of service but can happen fairly early in the chain’s life in a high-performance engine with

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Highly Saturated Nitrile (HSN) or EPDM, and reinforced with tough fiber cords (often Kevlar). The tensile cords inside a timing belt prevent it from stretching, which allows a belt to maintain accurate valve timing for a longer period of time than a chain typically would. But belt life is limited by the material the belt is made from. On older applications (1990s vintage and earlier), the recommended replacement interval for OHC timing belts was typically 60,000 miles. Today, it ranges from 100,000 to 120,000 miles thanks to belts constructed of stronger and more durable materials. Timing belts will often last much longer than the recommended replacement interval, but they won’t last forever. Eventually, the belt will fail -- usually with little or no


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Timing Feature warning -- and when that happens, it can bend the valves and cause a lot of expensive damage if the application is an interference engine. To go the distance, a timing belt must be properly tensioned and protected from outside contaminants (no missing dust covers and no oil or grease contamination from engine oil leaks). If belt tension is not adjusted properly when the belt is installed, or the belt loosens up, it can jump time. It can also jump time if the cogs on the underside of the belt are worn or damaged. Gear drives are the most robust type of cam drive because there’s no chain stretch or belt breakage to worry about. That’s why a lot of diesel engines use gears to drive the cam instead of a timing chain. Gears are long lived but will wear over time. It’s important to make sure the gears have the proper backlash and receive adequate lubrication. The initial timing accuracy of a gear drive is no different than that of a new chain or belt drive. The only difference is that the gears should maintain timing accuracy over a longer period of time than a chain. The downside of a gear drive is that they are more expensive than most chain or belt drives, and heavier. Straight cut gears can be quite noisy (even the so-called “silent” versions), producing a loud whine as the teeth mesh against each other. Most OEM gear drives have more expensive helical cut gears that are machined at an angle to reduce friction and noise. Because a gear drive has less “give” than a timing chain or belt, gears also tend to transmit more vibration and harmonics to the valvetrain. In low RPM engines (such as diesels), this usually isn’t an issue. But in a high-revving performance engine with a gear drive setup, it may create harmonics that affect valve timing and valve seating. Some manufacturers of aftermarket performance gear drives that use a dog-bone style floating gear set between the cam and crank gears do not recommend using their products on engines that rev higher than 7,000 RPM.

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Stocking Up Stock timing components are usually fine for stock applications, so most aftermarket replacement parts are OEM-equivalent in design and the type of materials used. In situations where the OEM parts have had a history of premature wear or failure (such as composite nylon-filled plastic timing gears used with chains), upgrading to a timing set that includes redesigned and/or stronger components such as steel or powder metal gears may improve durability and reduce the risk of cam drive problems down the road. If you’re building a performance pushrod V8 engine with a hotter cam

The 2.3L Ford Ecoboost I-4 engine used in the Mustang utilizes twin independent variable camshaft timing with a silent chain cam drive.

and stiffer valve springs, it goes without saying that the stock timing components are probably not up to the task. You should replace the stock inverted silent tooth or single row timing chain with a stronger double row roller chain. A double roller chain is usually recommended for engine speeds above 6000 RPM. Billet steel gears are also recommended for engines that are upwards of 600 or 700 horsepower or use heavy (over 200 pounds of closed seat pressure) valve springs. The aftermarket offers a lot of options when it comes to cam drives, and each of the various approaches has their supporters and detractors. Many racers replace a timing chain

with a gear drive conversion because they want the increased strength and durability of a gear set. Some like the gear whine because it makes people wonder what you have under the hood (a blower maybe?). Others hate the noise of a gear drive and prefer to stick with a double roller chain setup. The more exotic the setup, the higher the cost. Many ProStock drag racers use a high performance belt drive setup and have great success with it. Others are leery of belts for fear they will break so they stick with a gear drive or double roller chain. One of the advantages of a belt drive is easy adjustability. Unlike a timing chain or gear set, a belt drive requires no lubrication so it doesn’t have to be sealed up behind a timing cover. This makes cam timing adjustments much easier, as well as belt inspections. If a belt drive is being used on the street, off-road or on a dirt track, a dust cover should be used to protect the belt. Converting to a high-performance belt drive does require some minor modifications such as installing a front cover seal plate and oil seals behind the crank and cam sprockets to seal the engine. The front plate that typically comes with a belt drive kit is machined to fit specific block applications, including standard blocks and aftermarket blocks with a raised cam bore. The more complex the cover, the higher the cost of the kit. Some belt kits are available with torrington bearings or even ball bearing thrust bearings for the cam to precisely control cam end-play. Another advantage with belt drives is that they make it easy to use a frontmounted distributor. This gives you more flexibility in planning the overall configuration of the engine, and comes in handy if an engine will be equipped with a long supercharger that would otherwise interfere with the location of a stock distributor. The belt drive can also be used to drive a front-mounted fuel pump. The trade-off with belts is that they are not as long lived as chain drives or gear drives in performance applications. The belt has a limited life, and should be replaced after a certain period of time depending on use. For drag racing, one recommendation is to replace the belt every 200 runs. For circle track racing,


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Timing Feature complete timing belt kit is that it reduces the risk of mismatched parts. Timing belts can have one of several different tooth profiles in addition to different lengths and widths. If there’s a mismatch between the belt and drive sprockets, tensioner or idler pulleys, it will ruin the belt. Replacement belts must be the same as the original. Compare the old and new belts carefully to make sure the length, width and tooth profiles all match. The camshaft and crankshaft drive sprockets also need to be cleaned and inspected for wear or damage that could shorten the life of a new belt. If you are Here is an example of a timing gear replacing the belt at doing the final conversion set. the end of the season assembly on an is recommended. OHC engine with For endurance racing, most racers will a timing belt, NEVER stretch a belt change the belt every race. over a pulley or sprocket as this may damage the cords inside the belt. Also, Time to Replace do not twist or crimp a new timing With a typical engine rebuild, the belt when you are installing it. parts that have to be replaced If a timing belt does not seem to fit generally depend on their condition. properly (and it is the correct belt for You replace wear components such as the application), there may be rings and bearings, and other misalignment between the camshaft components based on their condition. and/or crankshaft sprockets. A cam This includes the timing components, sprocket may have been installed which should always be treated as a backwards, the wrong thrust washer system. With a chain drive, the chain, may have been used, or the crank crank and cam sprockets should sprocket may be too far in or out on always be replaced as a complete the crank for proper alignment. timing set. Installing a new chain on If you’re replacing a spring-loaded worn sprockets is not going to provide hydraulic chain tensioner on an OHC accurate cam timing or long-term engine, note that the replacement reliability. The same goes for overhead tensioner may have a release pin that cam engines with timing chains. The must be removed AFTER the chain, guides, tensioners and other tensioner has been installed on the components should all be replaced at engine. If this pin is not removed, the the same time. tensioner will not be able to expand It’s the same story with timing and tighten the chain which will lead belts. Replace used high-mileage to premature failure and possible timing belts with a timing belt kit, not engine damage. just the belt itself. Many timing belt Also, make sure the replacement kits include a new tensioner and/or parts you get are the latest ones for the idler pulley with the belt. Timing belt application. Check the latest factory failures can be caused by a faulty belt service literature for any enginetensioner or guide, or a bad sprocket. related TSBs or bulletins that might Idler pulley and tensioner pulley include revised parts or installation bearings are “sealed for life” and are procedures. not serviceable, so there’s no way to For example, older Ford 4.0L clean, inspect or re-lubricate the SOHC V6 engines often suffer from pulley bearings when a timing belt is timing chain rattle. The teflon chain changed. If a pulley is noisy, binding guides that were used in these engines or wobbles, it needs to be replaced. wear and fail prematurely, causing the Another reason for installing a noise. Ford redesigned the cam chain 26 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

tensioners and guides to fix the problem, so if you don’t get the improved replacement parts (or their aftermarket equivalent), the engine will have the same noise problem as before. Something else to keep in mind is that all timing sets are not the same. Differences in price usually reflect differences in quality, materials and workmanship. A cheap timing chain set or timing belt from a no-name supplier may turn out to be no bargain at all if it doesn’t fit right or fails prematurely.

Cam Timing Notes With a stock engine build, there’s usually no need to play around with valve timing other than to verify it is accurate. You line up the timing marks on the sprockets and chains, or count chain links between sprockets and follow the factory timing procedure to make sure cam timing is right on. Always double-check the alignment of the timing marks, and turn the engine over twice by hand to make sure nothing is binding and that the timing marks realign the same as before. With a performance build, you may want to advance or retard cam timing depending on where you want the engine’s power curve to peak. Most aftermarket performance timing sets have an adjustable cam gear that can be installed in different index positions to provide up to 8-10 degrees of advance or retard in 2 degree increments. Offset dowel pins and keyways can also be used for the same purpose. Never assume cam timing is correct even if the timing marks all line up perfectly. Use a degree wheel and dial indicator to check cam timing with the number one piston at Top Dead Center (TDC). Once you’ve verified base timing, you can make additional adjustments from there. Most aftermarket street performance cams come with 4 degrees of initial advance already ground into the cam to help low RPM torque and drivability. If you want more or less timing advance, you need to verify what the timing actually is, then make any changes as needed to set the timing where you want it. ■


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Choosing the Right Rings Top tips for building the best engine for your customers.

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hoosing piston rings for a performance engine build is not as simple as it sounds. Your ring choices may be limited depending on the dimensions of the ring grooves that are available. The location of the wrist pin may also limit what you can do with rod length and stroke if you want to build a stroker motor, and the thickness of the piston crown may limit how much metal can be safely removed to adjust deck height or compression. To help you out with that engine build, here’s a few tips to consider when selecting a set of rings.

Popularity Contest: Popular ring sizes today include 1.5 mm, 1.2 mm and 1.1 mm (.043˝) top rings with 3.0 mm or even 2.0 mm three-piece oil rings. Some ring manufacturers even make 1.0 mm one-piece oil rings for some racing applications. Napier-style second compression rings appear to be the most popular style today because they help scrape oil off the cylinder walls to improve oil control. Cast Away: Cast iron rings are too brittle for high performance, high heat applications, so ductile iron or steel rings are usually a must. Ring Treatment: Plasma-moly or black nitride coatings are the most popular surface treatments for rings. Those who prefer nitrided steel rings say they hold up in really high heat applications better than anything else. Steel Gas-Nitrided: One ring manufacturer has introduced a line of all steel gas-nitrided rings for high 28 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

horsepower, high rpm racing engines including nitrous-injected and alcohol blown engines. The first and second compression rings are nitrided stainless steel, and the oil ring also has nitrided stainless steel rails and an expander. All the rings also have a physical vapor deposition (PVD) coating of chromium nitride (CrN) on the face to reduce friction and wear. Watch that Gap: Unless you are using “gapless” compression rings, the top ring end gaps usually need to be opened up a bit over stock dimensions to accommodate increased thermal expansion from higher combustion temperatures. The higher the location of the top ring on the piston, the more end gap it usually needs to handle the heat. Talking Tension: Thinner, lowtension rings reduce friction and are more conformable, so they can potentially add a little extra horsepower. The downside is they are also more expensive, and require pistons with shallower, narrower ring grooves. One piston manufacturer told us they use “medium” tension rings with their pistons, with about 15 lbs. on the oil rings.

Another piston manufacturer said they recommend 12- to 15-lb. oil rings for racing, but like to see a little more ring tension in street applications – say 18- to 22-lbs. – for the oil rings. Gas Vents: Pistons with vertical or lateral gas vents are available to help improve ring sealing, too. The vents route combustion pressure against the ring to help seal it against the piston land and cylinder. Pistons with gas vents are primarily for high rpm racing engines, and should not be used on the street, because carbon buildup from idling can clog up the ports and cause uneven ring sealing. Abrasive Behaviors: The reason why most rings fail is not because of detonation and breakage (though detonation can certainly damage rings). More often than not, rings fail as a result of abrasion destroying the ring surface. The abrasion comes from dirt and debris left inside the engine by the rebuilder (the most common cause according to one ring manufacturer), by airborne abrasives and contaminated lubricants (poor air filtration or air leaks into the crankcase) and by poor-quality cylinder finishes. ■


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Wear and Tear Rebuilding Diesel Tractor/Ag Engines

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hen it comes to tractor or piece of ag equipment, agricultural equipment, many people, when their machines specifically tractors, many see engine issues, will opt for of them are used for decades upon rebuilding the engine to get longer decades due to durable, well-made life out of their equipment. engines and machinery that lasts. “Right now we’re seeing what For this reason, agricultural could be a very big impact on the equipment comes with a price tag life of agricultural equipment,” says a big price tag. Paul Kelly, vice president of New tractors, ranging in size Maxiforce, an aftermarket engine from compact to 4- and 6-cylinder parts company. “The impact of Tier engines, can cost $30,000 all the way 4 engines in agricultural equipment up to several hundred thousand is going to be very significant. dollars. According to the People are going to extend the life Association of Equipment of their older agricultural pieces of Manufacturers, 184,000 tractors equipment much longer than they were sold in 2013, up 10% from the probably would have before.” prior year. The biggest jump in sales The biggest reason being the cost last year, however, was in tractors of these new engines – a Tier 4 with less than 40 hp. engine is twice the cost of its Despite the fact that new tractor predecessor. OEs such as John sales were up in 2013, industry experts report that the business of rebuilding and remanufacturing older tractor engines and ag equipment was still very prevalent. In fact, most ag equipment doesn’t need rebuilding or remanufacturing for 10 to 15 years, so the increased number of new tractors being sold today means good news down the line for engine rebuilders and parts suppliers. “That’s where our market starts, 10-15 years after manufactured,” said Ryan McCoy, vice president of sales for Howard Enterprises, a distributor of aftermarket engine parts A Cursor 13 liter engine, commonly used in quad tractors and tractor parts. Due to the prohibitive and combines. Photo courtesy of CNH Reman expense of buying a new

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Deere and Massey are being required to use Tier 4 engines for emissions purposes. These engines are complicated due to selective catalytic reducers to reduce emissions and more electronic components. “People are not only scared of the price, they are scared of the equipment because they don’t know it,” Kelly says. “We think people are going to be rebuilding their engines and giving them a longer life than they would have done in the past. I think it’s going to be a positive impact on the engine rebuilding world.”

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Ag Feature In the late ‘90s FTP formed an important, strategic alliance with Cummins to develop NEF (New Engine Family). Some of the most popular of these engines in Case/New Holland equipment is the 6-cylinder (6.72L) engine like this one. Photo courtesy of CNH Reman.

beloved for their durability and their engines. John Deere, International, Case, Ford, Massey Ferguson, Perkins, Alice Chalmers, Oliver and Cummins are just a few tractor engines that have stood the test of time. But it seems to be a unanimous fact that John Deere and International lead the rest of the pack when it comes to rebuilding. For instance, the John Deere 4020 was manufactured from 1963-’72 and John Deere produced and sold 57,000 of them. The 1066 International was produced from 1971-’76 and International produced 55,000 of them. Larry Scott, president of Scott Diesel and Farm Service in Fort Lupton, CO, rebuilds John Deere, International, Case, Ford and all the major brands of tractors. “The most popular engine I’ve seen come into the shop is both the John Deere and International 466 engine,” he says. “People tend to keep them because of the tractor’s reputation and the longevity of the tractors themselves, so they rebuild the engines.” Charles Carey, owner of Carey Tractor and Tire Service in Ionia, IA, echoes Scott’s thoughts on the most common tractor engines, saying he works on International 466 engines a lot. “The 466 International engine is a hard engine to beat,” Carey says. “There are more Internationals around than anything else.” No matter what kind of tractor a farmer owns, the fate of it relies on how well it’s taken care of and the level of regular maintenance performed on it. “The average age of the engines we see are between 7,000 and 10,000 hours,” says Scott. “If someone has Engine builders interested in taking on diesel farm and agriculture equipment are better prepared these days, as more companies are offering aftermarket rebuilding kits, giving the engine owner a cost-effective rebuild as an alternative to buying a new engine. Photo courtesy of Maxiforce. 32 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

maintained their tractor and done proper maintenance on them, I’ve seen John Deere’s go 15,000 hours. On the flip side, if they don’t take care of it I’ve seen engine’s come in with as few as 4,000 hours.” Most of the issues seen are general wear and tear, but some of the reasons to rebuild an engine can range from a burnt valve, drop valve, blown head gaskets, low oil pressure, drop rod or spin rod bearings, burnt piston, liner leaks, and more. “It all depends on whether they change oil filters and oil,” Carey says. “That’s the cheapest thing you can put in an engine.”

Whether a new tractor is purchased or the tractor’s engine gets rebuilt or remanufactured depends upon the farmer and his resources. “The bigger guys are rolling in the new equipment, and the littler guys are rebuilding what they’ve got,” says Aaron Roth, an instructor at the College of Applied Technologies at the University of Northwestern Ohio. “It depends on the acreage that they are farming as to how often they roll a piece of equipment. If they’re trading equipment, then they are ending up with the new Tier 4 equipment with all the fancy emissions stuff on them. But the


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Ag Feature Overhaul kits like this one from Howard Enterprises, contain pistons, cylinder liners, piston rings, rod bearings, main bearings and a complete gasket set with crank seals.

smaller guys are rebuilding what they’ve got and reusing them.”

Fixing Engines When it comes to rebuilding an engine, in most cases, it’s a third the cost of what you could go out and buy a new one for.

“These guys put an investment out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, and even something like a compact tractor is $35,000 to $45,000,” Roth says. “They’ll trade a car every couple of years, but they’ll keep their tractor forever.” To keep these tractors running

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well, rebuilders rely on part suppliers. Companies like Maxiforce and Howard Enterprises specialize in overhaul kits and parts to rebuild these engines. Howard Enterprises carries parts for Case, International, John Deere, Alice Chalmers, Oliver, Cummins, Massey Ferguson and Perkins. But John Deere, International and Cummins are its top three, according to McCoy. “Our overhaul kit, which is pistons, cylinder liners, piston rings, rod bearings, main bearings and a complete gasket set with crank seals, is probably 50% to 55% of our business,” McCoy says. The price varies per application, but the average cost for an overhaul kit from Howard is around $300. For a 4020 John Deere the kit costs about $960, and $930 for a 1066 International. McCoy says John Deere PowerTech engines and


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Cummins B and C series engines are also popular. Maxiforce does very well with its overhaul kits as well, which basically include everything in a box to rebuild an engine, according to Kelly. “The other popular products are the oil pump, water pump, injectors and thermostat, what they call the wear parts,” Kelly says. “Our bread and butter is the John Deere PowerTech engine line. The PowerTech engine is the most popular ag engine out there and covers the last 15 years of John Deere engines.” Aside from John Deere’s, Kelly says Perkins are also popular engines that he sees getting rebuilt. Both Carey and Scott agreed that overhaul kits are great products and help make an engine rebuild less expensive. According to Carey and Scott an average 6cylinder diesel engine rebuild can run from $6,000 to $10,000 versus buying a new tractor for around $100,000. Not all engine rebuilding business goes to local engine shops, however. If the tractors are newer, many people will bring them back into the dealers for repairs and remanufacturing. John Deere says that whether they overhaul an engine or just replace it with a remanufactured engine depends on the damage and the time of year the engine is brought in. If the engine is brought in during the earlier part of the year, they are more likely to overhaul it. If the engine comes in during the later part of the year, they typically install a remanufactured engine. A new 9L – 13L John Deere engine can cost anywhere from $27,000 to $40,000, while a remanufactured engine costs between $13,500 and $19,000. John Deere does offer overhaul kits, which cost $2,500, but the oil pump, water pump and fuel system components are extra. International 400 series engines don’t have overhaul kits available. Engine rebuilders must purchase parts to rebuild these. Remanufactured International engines can cost $6,000 to $7,000. Tony Mitchell, a manufacturing engineer in the engine division of CNH Reman, a joint venture between SCR Holdings Corp. and CNH Industrial, says

Another Cursor 13 liter engine, these are used in several configurations for different applications. Photo courtesy of CNH Reman.

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Ag Feature A New Holland quad tractor typically uses a Cursor 13 liter engine that puts out 400 - 600 hp. Photo courtesy of CNH Reman.

remanufacturing business has been booming. CNH Reman is the complete reman center in North America for all Case, Case-IH and New Holland equipment, parts and components, whether that’s engines, transmissions, rear ends, hydraulics, air conditioning, or electrical. “We do FTP engines, ISM, smaller B-series Cummins and New Engine Family (NEF),” says Mitchell. “Remanufactured B Cummins are less than $10,000 installed versus $60,000 for a new tractor. Some of the bigger tractors or combines remanufactured engines are $25,000 versus $300,000 or $400,000 for new equipment.”

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The future of tractor engines

Aside from newer technology slipping into tractor engines, the other piece of equipment engine rebuilders are starting to see more of are compact tractors. “When you think of a skid steer you think of construction guys, but any decent farmer has a skid steer to move hay or ground,” says Kelly. “It is the most utilized piece of equipment on the farm.” That’s becoming a very important segment for companies like Maxiforce because there were no parts for these compact tractors. So farmers and engine rebuilders didn’t have an outlet to get parts to rebuild these. “In the last five years we’ve introduced a line for Yanmar and these small Perkins engines,” Kelly says. “That has taken off big time, and has been the hottest launch we’ve ever done because there wasn’t an outlet for parts for these small-board diesel engines found in these compact utility tractors that every farmer has gotten.” Compact tractors are going to open up a new opportunity for engine rebuilders because previously it didn’t exist. The engines in small tractors were considered throwaway engines. You sent the core in and they sent you a rebuilt one or a new one. Engine rebuilders want to be able to rebuild customer’s engines and offer a cheaper option than having to buy a whole new engine.

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Ag Feature “Compact tractor rebuilding has become a bigger part of the rebuilding business simply due to the fact that instead of having the larger acre farms of 200 to 2,000 acres, now you see people with 20 acres and less and they have a mini tractor,” Scott says. “The newer little tractors are definitely taking over.” Mitchell says the CNH Reman sees 30 to 40 compact tractors a day. “Those are some of our highest volume engines – the little 25 to 45 hp engines,” Mitchell says. “People are definitely fixing those little

tractors as they tear up.” As with any piece of machinery, sooner or later it’s going to need to be replaced with a new piece of equipment. As technology continues to influence newer models of tractors, the agriculture industry is going to have to upgrade equipment and use the new Tier 4 engines. “I think you’ll see the new engines stay around just as long as the older engines,” Mitchell says. “There’s no doubt they can have some expensive repairs, but the newer equipment is like the newer

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cars – its so much more capable than the older stuff was, has so many more options on it and the ability to do so many different things that the older units wouldn’t, and that makes them a lot more productive tractors.” While the newer engines are creating a lot of talk, much of it hasn’t been out long enough to really know how it is going to stand up to the test of time like the older equipment has. “Let them get four or five years on them and then we’ll see,” Carey says. ■

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Honing In on Unique Practices

BY JERRY MCLAIN, MCLAIN’S AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP

One Shop’s Take on Cylinder Honing Work

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ike the saying goes, there’s different strokes for different folks. And in this article, I hope to explain a unique way I hone engine cylinders in our Cuba, MO, shop. I am not saying that you need to do your honing this way. I am simply saying this is how we do it in our shop. Since this article involves using equipment in ways the equipment was not really intended to be used, we know some may be offended that our procedure is not done “by the book.” However, engine builders for decades have found creative and unorthodox methods for either getting more power from an engine for a race team, or just making that engine reusable for a family looking to hold on to their vehicle for a handful of more years. A lot of times, these methods may be deemed secrets. But I’m here to shed a little light on a honing method that might be something your shop can find useful and profitable.

Honing History I first learned to hone engine cylinders a long time ago. I was doing engine rebuilds and using a Sunnen rigid hone, even before my draft board sent me an invitation to go to Vietnam. I have learned a lot about honing engine cylinders in the past 50plus years, and I am still learning. 38 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

Why We Hone Cylinders First, lets all get started off on the same foot here. This article is about honing — and not about using a glaze breaker, which some people also call a hone. They are not the same! We are going to be talking about removing cylinder wall metal, using a rigid hone, to make a freshly bored cylinder smooth enough for new pistons and new rings. A freshly bored cylinder may look smooth to the eye, but it is much too rough for new rings and new pistons. It is hard to convince some engine builders that they need to hone the cylinders they “I use a variety of abrasive stones as I hone an engine cylinder. Here is a photo of 24 of my AN-style honing stones on the table next to my honing machine.“

have just bored to make them smoother. A lot of builders try to cut corners when it comes to honing their cylinders. By cutting corners, I mean that some engine builders bore their cylinders almost to the finish size and then hone them a few strokes just to put a crosshatch on the surface and let it go like that. Then they wonder why the oil in their newly rebuilt engine turns black right away, and why the rings only last 15,000 miles. It’s obvious — the cylinder wall finish was not smooth enough. Another big reason for spending the time required to hone an engine properly is that there is horsepower and fuel efficiency to


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Learning Curve The first thing you need to do is to read the few paragraphs about honing cylinders that equipment manufacturers put in their engine rebuilding books and product information. They can provide you

some good, basic machining information. They tell you how to hone a cylinder and what stones they think you should use. So the process seems quite simple, right? Wrong! It’s not that simple! Many engine builders have found out that honing takes time and can be harder than it looks. That is why some try to cut corners.

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Equipment at Our Shop In our shop, we use a Sunnen rigid hone that uses the AN-style stones. We have used this process for years and it works great. There may be other systems out there that are just as good, but my son Dave and I like the results we are getting, with the machine and the abrasives we are using. I also like the fact that as the silicon carbide abrasive stone wears down new sharp material comes to the surface. The sharp cutting edges cut cleanly rather than tearing the cylinder wall metal away. I use a dial bore gauge to measure my cylinders and to check on my honing progress. If you don’t have one, get one. Sometimes I set my dial bore gauge with a micrometer. Most of the time on a re-bore job, I use this procedure to set my dial bore gauge. I bore my cylinders .003 under my finish bore size. My boring bar is really accurate. I run my dial bore gauge into the freshly bored cylinder and set it to minus -.003 under the zero on the gauge. Next, I hone the cylinder a few strokes just to knock the fuzz off the cylinder wall and then I use a micrometer to find the exact size of the cylinder. I run the dial bore gauge down the cylinder one more time and make any slight changes I may need to make and then lock the bezel on the bore gauge. We use Sunnen #845 honing oil in our honing machine. It may cost just a little more than some other oils on the market but we think it is worth it. I have tried other oils but I always go back. There is a lot of difference between honing oils. Some oils can cause the honing stones to load up and stop cutting. (This oil has its own smell, which I kind of like, too). When we finish honing a block, I lift it above my honing tank on a hoist and let the honing oil drip off. Carry-out is not a big problem in our shop. I also have several magnets from old starter motors that I have placed in the reservoir of my hone tank to help pick up metal and keep it out of the filter.


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Getting Abrasive I use a variety of abrasive stones as I hone an engine cylinder. Some of the stones are the M27-J series and some are the N37-J series. The M27-J series are for cylinders from 2.7-4.1 inches. The N37-J series are for cylinders ranging from 3.5-5.5 inches. The letter J means the stones are made of silicon carbide. My stones last me a long time as long as I do not crash them into the crankcase webs or do something else dumb to wreck them. Stone sets are expensive, but they will hone a lot of cylinders if you are careful with them. When stone sets are almost totally worn down to the metal I put them aside to use when I need to take some melted aluminum or rust off of a cylinder wall. Do not mix up stones from one set to another — keep each set in its own container. I use fast food plastic containers to keep each set of stones separated from other sets.

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About 50% of the Time, Hone My Cylinders Backward… Yes, I said backward! One of the first things you learn when you hone a connecting rod or a bushing on a Sunnen honing machine is that you need to keep reversing the part, as you hone. Reversing the part helps to keep the honed hole straight and also helps to keep the stones straight.

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That is easy to do if you are honing a rod or a rod bushing. In this article, we are talking about honing engine cylinders, and reversing the part is not easy to do. You can reverse the part if you are honing a small single cylinder engine but that does not work on a big V8 block. So instead of reversing the part, as I hone a cylinder, I reverse my honing machine. It is also necessary to reverse the stones in the hone head at the same time. It works, and it is not as hard as it sounds. When I decided to try to reverse my hone the first thing I did was to install a toggle switch on the motor of my honing machine. If you don’t know how to reverse an


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backwards. I used a Âź 20 set screw to lock my hone to the machine. I can take the set screw out if I want to remove the hone head.

Running in Both Directions I feel that there are several reasons for running my hone in either direction. First, running my stone sets either clockwise or counter clockwise allows me to straighten out a tapered cylinder. I do not like to pause the hone on one end of the cylinder or the other to try to straighten out a taper problem. I always keep the hone moving up or down while it is turning. If you pause the hone in one place you will create a step in the cylinder wall which will have to be honed out. Secondly, the procedure allows me to straighten out a tapered set of stones. This saves me money. I have watched other machinists throw away an almost new set of stones just because they have gotten tapered.

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The final reason for running the stone sets in both directions (and this is just my theory) is that as you remove metal from a cylinder wall with a boring bar and a carbide tool bit, turning clockwise, some of the metal is cut cleanly and some of the metal grains are torn and pushed in the direction the boring tool bit is turning. By following up the boring operation with an abrasive stone, in a hone turning in a counter clockwise direction, the grains of metal that had been pushed over are picked up by the sharp abrasive and removed cleanly.

Honing a Freshly Bored Cylinder As I mentioned earlier in this article, I leave .003� to hone out after I bore a cylinder. Also, when I bore a cylinder block, I always run the boring bar down past the end of the cylinder so that I can stroke the hone down and out of the bottom of the cylinder. If one side of the cylinder wall runs all the way down to the main web I set


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Shop Talk my boring bar shut off switch so that the cutting tool stops just above the main web. If you think you can hone a cylinder straight, and not get it tapered by stopping the stones at the bottom of the cylinder, good luck! I always try to make sure the hone stones pass out of the bottom of the bore. If the block I am honing allows me to stroke the hone stones out of the bottom of the cylinder an inch, I try to stroke the stones out of the top of the cylinder the same amount. All good honing machines have a good solid stop that you can set for the bottom and also for the top of the cylinders. To set my bottom stop I put the set of stones in the hone. I run the stones out lightly against the cylinder wall. Next, I run the hone at normal speed and carefully push the hone down until I fell the stones just barely bump the crankcase web. If you run the machine slow or try to jog it when you are trying to set your bottom stop your stones are more likely to catch in the crankcase webs. Then I move the hone back up the cylinder about an eighth of an inch and stop the hone. I set my bottom stop. You have to trust the bottom stop so that you can go all the way to the bottom and hit the stop on each stroke of the hone. If the bottom stop slips, you will crash your $25.00 set of stones into the webs. I recheck my bottom stop on each cylinder that I hone. Next set your top stop so that the stones come out of the top of the cylinder the same amount as they come out of the bottom. Note that I said the top of the cylinder and not out of the top of the torque plate if you are using one. Most beginners do not run the hone all the way down to the stop on each stroke and then they let the hone come way too far out of the top of the cylinder. This will result in a tapered cylinder and also tapered stones. The new piston skirts will scuff as they slide up and down in the tapered part of the cylinder. If you see that you are getting some taper, stop honing and reverse the stones and the hone motor. By honing backwards, you will start to straighten out your cylinder and

your stones at the same time.

Setting Up Here is something else I have found that you may want to try. When you set up a V8 block, that you are going to hone, in the cradle of your machine take a minute and look down each cylinder to find the cylinder that does not have the main bearing web sticking out in the way of the hone. For example, on a Chevy small

block V8, take a look at number one cylinder. You will most likely find that you can run the hone out of the bottom of number one cylinder a lot farther than you can on any of the other cylinders. If you think your stones may be slightly tapered, start honing on that cylinder first. Set your bottom stop so that you can stroke the hone out of the bottom of the cylinder about one third the length of the stones. Bring the stones out of the top of the cylinder the

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Note the notch on top of the guide shoe which is needed to clear the hone drive shaft (LEFT). Here is a look at an AN hone head being lowered into a cylinder through a torque plate (RIGHT). Notice that the stones are installed so that the hone will be turned counter clockwise.

same amount. Move the hone up and down the cylinder about 20 strokes. Then reverse your hone and the hone motor and stroke the hone about 20 strokes in the other direction. Use that cylinder as you would a truing sleeve to get your stones straight and curved to the shape of the bores you are honing. Yes, stones do reshape themselves depending on the bore size you are honing. When I am honing a V8 or a 4-cylinder engine, I try to hone the cylinders in the following order (3,1,4,2). I start with the third cylinder from the front of a V8 block or the third cylinder from the front of a 4-cylinder block first. Then I move over to the first cylinder skipping the second cylinder. After honing the first cylinder I move to the rear cylinder and then back to the second cylinder.

Rolling Stones Deciding which stones to use will depend on what you are trying to do, and of course, the machine you are using. You may only see three or four sets of stones listed in some of the machine shop suppliers catalogs. They may list a course, medium and fine stone set, and perhaps a super fine cork set. There are many more stone sets available from most manufacturers. Look through their catalogs until you find the stones listed for your hone. I ran into some really hard cylinder sleeves and I 46 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

needed a softer set of stones to be able to hone them. I found what I needed online. Here’s some examples of what stones sets I use: 1. If I am building a stock street engine, and I have left .003 to hone out, I usually start out with a J-43 grit stone. I usually run the J-43 stones backwards at first. Using plenty of honing oil flow I set my stops and begin to hone. All engine blocks do not hone at the same rate. I don’t care what anybody says about all cast iron being the same. It is not all the same. A 327 Chevy block may

hone very quickly. An International truck block may take three times as long to remove the same amount of metal. All blocks are not the same! I hone my first cylinder 20 strokes and then check it with my cylinder gauge. This way I can get a feel for how quickly the metal is coming out. I also check for taper. I may need to reverse my hone if I begin to see any taper. Do not wait until you get to the finish stones to try to correct taper. Do it now! I continue to hone until I get down to .0015 of my finished size. Then I switch to a finer stone. I usually use a J-45 stone grit and run it clockwise to get down to .0005 of my finish size. Then I use a J55 stone to bring me to my finish size. I do this with all my cylinders. Now I let my block sit for a while and do something else for an hour or two. I come back and re-check my block. Almost without exception the block will be slightly under my finish size. I then use a set of J-65 stones to bring me back to my finish Jerry’s wife Janet works in the shop’s parts department, handling phone orders and making up customer work tickets.


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Shop Talk Jerry McLain and his son David next to the shop’s dyno. The machine shop gets most of its business from car dealers, independent repair shops, farmers and some home mechanics.

size. The J-55 and J-65 stones will give you the correct surface finish for most ring sets to seat properly. Yes it takes time. 2. If I am building a performance engine and I am using a torque plate on the block I again start out with

my J-43 set of stones and run them backwards. I stop honing when I get to .002 from my finish size. Then I change direction and hone clockwise with a set of J-45 stones until I get .001 away from my finish size. I use my J-55 stone set to get me down to

.005 of my finish size. Then I use my J-65 stones to get me to down to the width of the needle on my dial bore gage from my finish size. Then I use my J-87 stone set to get me to my finish size. I let the block sit for an hour or more. I recheck all the cylinders and use my J-87 stones to make any corrections. When they are all at my finish bore size I remove the J-87 stones from the hone body and install a cork set. I usually run the cork set for about 30 to 50 strokes. 3. If we are going to freshen up a block that has been run or raced and it is already a somewhat worn and scratched up +.030 bore size and we are going to go to +.035 (special pistons) or to +.040, I will usually hone it to size. Continued on page 84

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ENGINE COMPONENTS Adhesives Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Henkel Corp., Hylomar USA, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, S.B. International Inc., Sure Products Inc., Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Bearings (camshaft) ACL Distribution Inc., Advance Sleeve/Delkron, Atech Motorsports, BRYCO by Carfel Inc., Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., 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., Motovicity Distribution, NDC Engine Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

Bearings (engine sleeve type) Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., King Engine Bearings Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, 48 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

NDC Engine Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group, Sealed Power/FederalMogul

Bushings Bearings (main rear main) ACL Distribution Inc., Advance Sleeve/Delkron, Atech Motorsports, Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Callies Performance Products, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Egge Machine Company, Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, King Engine Bearings Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Maxiforce Inc., Motovicity Distribution, NDC Engine Bearings, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Surface Sciences, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

1 Cryo, ACL Distribution Inc., Atech Motorsports, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, King Engine Bearings Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, NDC Engine Bearings, NRG Auto Systems Inc., PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, top, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Cam Caps 1 Cryo, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Sealed Power/FederalMogul

Camshaft Kits Bearings (Rod) Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Motovicity Distribution, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Belt Tensioner/Idlers 1 Cryo, Atech Motorsports, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Elgin Industries, Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty

Atech Motorsports, Camcraft Cams, Camlogic Technologies, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., PBM


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Buyers Guide Performance Products, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tiffin Parts, Torque Power Source, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Wolverine/Blue Racer

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Camshaft Thrust Plate and Parts BRYCO by Carfel Inc., Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Erson Camshafts, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products

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Specialty Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., GRP Connecting Rods, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products, Racing Engine Valves (REV), RCS Motorsport, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Scat Enterprises Inc., Sonnys Racing Engines & Components, Standard Crankshaft Co., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Crankshaft Conversions Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Scat Enterprises Inc.

Crankshaft Dampers Atech Motorsports, ATI Performance Products, BHJ Product Inc., Callies Performance Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive, Vibratech TVD/Fluidampr

Crankshaft Kits Atech Motorsports, Atomic Speedware, Crankshaft Rebuilders Inc., Eagle Specialty Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products, Scat Enterprises Inc., Standard Crankshaft Co., Venture Products Intl.

Chain Kits Atech Motorsports, Borg Warner Morse Tec, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Complete Engines American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Baker Engineering Inc., Jasper Engines & Transmissions, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Motovicity Distribution, RCS Motorsport, VSI Performance Warehouse, Yamato Engine Specialists

Connecting Rods Atech Motorsports, Atomic Speedware, BRC Performance, Callies Performance Products, Camcraft Cams, CAT Power Engine Parts, CP-Carrillo, Diesel Head & Parts, Eagle

Crankshaft Oil Slingers Atech Motorsports, Liberty Engine Parts

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Crankshaft Seals American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Freudenberg-NOK, Grace Automotive, Liberty Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Cylinder Head Components Access Industries Co., American Cylinder Head Inc., Atech Motorsports, Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark Plugs, Brodix Inc., Corteco, Crane Cams, Dart Machinery Ltd., Diesel Head & Parts, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Grace Automotive, Liberty Engine Parts, McLaren Performance Products, Mondello Tech Center LLC, Motor State Distributing, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Precision Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Racing Engine Valves (REV), Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, RHS-Racing Head Service, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc., Sonnys Racing Engines & Components, Temel Gaskets, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head, Tucker Valve Seat Co., World Products

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Cylinder Heads New: Aluminum Complete Access Industries Co., Air Flow Research, All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc., American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Bill Mitchell Products, Brodix Inc., Edelbrock Corp., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, McLaren Performance Products, Motovicity Distribution, RHS-Racing Head Service, Thul Engine, Trick Flow Specialties, World Products

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Buyers Guide EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, RHS-Racing Head Service, World Products

Cylinder Heads New: Cast Iron Complete American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, RHSRacing Head Service, Thul Engine, World Products

Dowel Pins American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products

Driveline Dampers Liberty Engine Parts, Vibratech TVD/Fluidampr

Engine Parts, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc.

Exhaust Components: Tube Notching CML USA Inc. Ercolina

Exhaust Components: Tube Swaging CML USA Inc. Ercolina, Weldcraft

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

Engine Blocks

Filters - Fuel

300 Below Inc., American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Bill Mitchell Products, Block Pro, Callies Performance Products, Dart Machinery Ltd., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Scat Enterprises Inc., World Products

Mahle Original Piston Rings, Motovicity Distribution

Cylinder Heads Reman: Aluminum Complete

Engine Blocks - Remanufactured

Flywheel (ring) Gears

American Cylinder Head Inc., American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts

American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Yamato Engine Specialists

Engine Kits

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products, Venture Products Intl.

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

Cylinder Heads Reman: Cast Iron Bare American Cylinder Head Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products

Cylinder Heads Reman: Cast Iron Complete American Cylinder Head Inc., American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products, Pro Diesel

Cylinder Liners (sleeves)

Advance Sleeve/Delkron, American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Callies Performance Products, Camcraft Cams, Diesel Guard/MCI, Eagle Specialty Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Howards Cams & Racing Components, IPD, KMP USA Ltd., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle OriginalMahle Clevite Inc., Maxiforce Inc., Motor State Distributing, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, Probe Industries, Proform Parts, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Richland Ltd., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tiffin Parts, Torque Power Source, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., VSI Performance Warehouse

Advance Sleeve/Delkron, Block Pro, Condumex Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., 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, NPR of America Inc., PBM Performance Products, PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves, RHS-Racing Head Service, Richland Ltd., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Torque Power Source, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Engine Mounts

Diesel Injectors

Exhaust Components: Custom Exhausts

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

Grand Bending, Motovicity Distribution

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Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Exhaust Components American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Motovicity Distribution

Exhaust Components: Complete Systems Motovicity Distribution

Exhaust Components: Leak Detection Goodson Tools & Supplies, Plymovent Corp.

Exhaust Components: Manifolds Atech Motorsports, EngineQuest, Flowtech, Grand Bending, Hooker Headers, Liberty

Filters - Air Mahle Original Piston Rings, Motovicity Distribution, Proform Parts

Filters - Oil Kubota Engine America Corp., Mahle Original Piston Rings, Motovicity Distribution

Flywheel Assemblies Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Pioneer Inc., Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive, Venture Products Intl.

Fuel System Components Aeromotive Inc., Atech Motorsports, Baker Engineering Inc., CV Products, Edelbrock Corp., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Fast, Holley Performance Products, Motovicity Distribution, Pro Diesel, Professional Products, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Spectra Premium Industries

Gasket Cement American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Gaskets American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Amorim Industrial Solutions, Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Atech Motorsports, Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Best Gasket Inc., Comp Cams, Corteco, Diesel Guard/MCI, DNJ Engine Components, Edelbrock Corp., Egge Machine Company, Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Supply Co., Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Fel-Pro/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-


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Buyers Guide Mahle Clevite Inc., Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, ROL Gaskets Div./ROL Manufacturing of America, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Temel Gaskets, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Gasket, Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Harmonic Balancer Repair Sleeves Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts

IPR Valves

Main Caps (4-bolt)

Alliant Power, Fast

Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Pro-Gram Engineering Corp.

Keys Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, S.B. International Inc.

Lockwashers Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts

Manifold Studs Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution

Harmonic Balancers Atech Motorsports, ATI Performance Products, Brock Supply Company, Callies Performance Products, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PBM Performance Products, Pioneer Inc., Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, Professional Products, Proform Parts, Scat Enterprises Inc., TCI Automotive, Venture Products Intl., Vibratech TVD/Fluidampr

Head Bolts American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., ARP Inc., Atech Motorsports, Corteco, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, ESCO Industries Inc., FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Hex Shafts Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts

Hydraulic Lash Adjusters Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, S.B. International Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group

Injectors Alliant Power, Jasper Engines & Transmissions, Motovicity Distribution

Intake Manifolds Air Flow Research, American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Atech Motorsports, Bill Mitchell Products, Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Extrude Hone, Fast, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Professional Products, Sonnys Racing Engines & Components, Trick Flow Specialties, Weiand, World Products

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Buyers Guide Nuts and Bolts

Oil Pumps

Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Stage 8 Locking Fasteners, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Atech Motorsports, CV Products, Diesel Head & Parts, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Internal Engine Parts Inc, Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Melling Engine Parts, Moroso, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Oil Coolers Atech Motorsports, Canton Racing Products, Earl's Plumbing, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc.

Overhead Camshaft Repair Sleeves Oil Filter Adapters Atech Motorsports, Canton Racing Products, EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Moroso, Motovicity Distribution

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts

Piston Pin Bushings Oil Pans Atech Motorsports, Baker Engineering Inc., Canton Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Moroso, Motovicity Distribution, Spectra Premium Industries

Oil Pressure Springs Canton Racing Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, PAI Industries Inc.

Atech Motorsports, BRC Performance, Diamond Racing Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, ESCO Industries Inc., L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, NDC Engine Bearings, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Piston Pin Lock Rings

Atech Motorsports, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Arias Pistons, BRC Performance, Diamond Racing Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Jahns Piston, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Scat Enterprises Inc., Silvolite Pistons, TractoParts Center Inc.

Oil Pump Screens

Piston Pins

Atech Motorsports, Canton Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries

Arias Pistons, Atech Motorsports, BRC Performance, Diamond Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Jahns Piston, JE Pistons, Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, Manley Performance, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Silvolite Pistons, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine, Wiseco Piston Co. Inc.

Oil Pump Kits

Oil Pump Shafts Atech Motorsports, Canton Racing Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries

Piston Rings Oil Pump Timing Covers Atech Motorsports, Canton Racing Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Proform Parts, RPMS Inc.

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Arias Pistons, Atech Motorsports, BRC Performance, Condumex Inc., Deves Piston Rings, Diamond Racing Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Grant Piston Rings, Hastings Mfg. Co. LLC, Interstate-McBee, Jahns Piston, JE Pistons,

L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Motovicity Distribution, NDC Engine Bearings, NPR of America Inc., PAI Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, Racing Engine Valves (REV), Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Surface Sciences, Total Seal Piston Rings, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine, Wiseco Piston Co. Inc.

Pistons Arias Pistons, Atech Motorsports, Atomic Speedware, Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Camcraft Cams, CP-Carrillo, Diamond Racing Products, DNJ Engine Components, Egge Machine Company, Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Grant Piston Rings, Internal Engine Parts Inc, ITM Engine Components Inc., Jahns Piston, JE Pistons, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, MAHLE Motorsport, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Manley Performance, Maxiforce Inc., Motovicity Distribution, NPR of America Inc., PAI Industries Inc., Pro Diesel, Probe Industries, RCS Motorsport, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Richland Ltd., Ross Racing Pistons, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scat Enterprises Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Silvolite Pistons, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., United Engine & Machine, Wiseco Piston Co. Inc.

Plugs - Expansion Atech Motorsports, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Plugs - Magnetic Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution

Plugs - Oil Drain Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Proform Parts, U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Plugs - Standard Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark Plugs, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, U. S. Tool & Mfg.

Push Rods AA Midwest, Advance Sleeve/Delkron, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Pro, Erson Camshafts, Howards Cams & Racing Components, ionbond, Jesel Inc.,


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Buyers Guide Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Manley Performance, Manton Pushrods, Melling Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Pittsburgh Crankshaft Service, Pro Maxx Performance, Proform Parts, PRW Industries Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Smith Brothers Pushrods, Trend Performance

Components, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Earl's Plumbing, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Enginetech Inc., FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Holley Performance Products, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Melling Engine Parts, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Weiand

Radiator/Oil Fans

Rocker Arm Components - Adjusting Screws

Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Motovicity Distribution, SPAL Advanced Technologies, Spectra Premium Industries

Rering Kits Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle OriginalMahle Clevite Inc., Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Restoration Engine Parts AA Midwest, Best Gasket Inc., Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Comp Cams, Crane Cams, DNJ Engine

Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Components - Ball Washers Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

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Rocker Arm Components - Nuts Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products, Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Shafts Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, PBM Performance Products, Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arm Studs ARP Inc., Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

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Buyers Guide Rocker Arm Washers Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Rocker Arms Atech Motorsports, CAT Power Engine Parts, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group, Scorpion Racing Products, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, T & D Machine Products, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Rocker Assemblies and Kits Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC,

Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, T & D Machine Products, Wolverine/Blue Racer

Rocker Stud Girdles Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Liberty Engine Parts

Screws Alloy Fasteners Inc., Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Peterson Machine Tool Inc.

Gaskets, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Serpentine Belts Atech Motorsports, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc.

Shims Alan C Blood Co., Comp Cams, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine Parts Group, FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Innovative Machine & Supply, Liberty Engine Parts, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul

Sealers

Short Blocks

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Atech Motorsports, Diesel Guard/MCI, Engine Parts Group, L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc., Motovicity Distribution

Spark Plugs Seals Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., Fel-Pro/FederalMogul, Freudenberg-NOK, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Interface Solutions Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., PAI Industries Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Temel

Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark Plugs, Champion Spark Plug/Federal-Mogul, Motovicity Distribution

Springs Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO

ARMEX® Baking Soda Blast Media — Discover the Difference Case Study:

Engine Parts Cleaning Application Overview: Clean aluminum cylinder heads without leaving particles behind in critical passageways risking engine failure and increasing warranty issues. Process: ARMEX Maintenance Formula XL at 50-60 psi in contained cabinet system. ARMEX Turbine Formula at 45 psi for heavily burned in carbon. Followed by a water rinse. Results: Achieved a higher level of clean, lowered process time and energy consumption. Reduced labor, no post process detailing required. Eliminated warranty issues due to media lodging. “We’re saving money, time and cutting hazardous waste.”

APPLICATIONS USE ON: Engine parts, aluminum components, composite materials, and chrome REMOVE: Paint, grease oil, burned in carbon, and corrosion.

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For further case studies and more information go to

ARMEX.com or call 800-332-5424 ARMEX® and ARM & HAMMER® are registered trademarks of Church & Dwight Company. ISO9002 54 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

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Buyers Guide Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

Liberty Engine Parts, Thread Kits Co.

Thrust Washers

Atech Motorsports, ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Atech Motorsports, Clevite Engine BearingsMahle Clevite Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., King Engine Bearings Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, NDC Engine Bearings, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

Switches

Timing Belts

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, NRG Auto Systems Inc., PAI Industries Inc.

Atech Motorsports, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, 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, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Studs

Tappets Atech Motorsports, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Schaeffler Group, Scorpion Racing Products, Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Thread Repair Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), Enginetech Inc.,

Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Timing Chain Belt Tensioner Atech Motorsports, Brock Supply Company, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motovicity Distribution,

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Timing Chains Gears Sprockets Atech Motorsports, Avon Automotive/Progear, Borg Warner Morse Tec, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., CV Products, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Schaeffler Group, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tiffin Parts, TractoParts Center Inc.

Timing Components Atech Motorsports, Cloyes Gear & Products Co., Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Extrude Hone, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Ming Chang Traffic Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Schaeffler Group, Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

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Buyers Guide Timing Covers Atech Motorsports, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., PBM Performance Products, Proform Parts

Tranmission Adaptors TCI Auto

Valve Covers Apex Automobile Parts Inc., Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., EngineQuest, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Proform Parts, World Products

Valve Grinding Bench Liberty Engine Parts

Valve Guide Liners Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, KLine Ind. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Precision Engine Parts, S.B. International Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Guides Alexander Engine Parts, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Kraus International Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Keys Classic Engine Supplies Inc., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Lifter Balls Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, TractoParts Center Inc.

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Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Schaeffler Group, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Topline Automotive, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Locks and Seals Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO), Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Seat Inserts Alexander Engine Parts, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Kraus International Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tucker Valve Seat Co.

Valve Spring Inserts Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Spring Retainers Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Endura-Tech, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Springs Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Endura-Tech, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Pioneer Inc., Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Tracto-Parts Center Inc.

Valve Stem Oil Seals Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, K-Line Ind. Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, S.B. International Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, Temel Gaskets, Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Victor Reinz Gaskets-Mahle Clevite Inc.

Valve Train Parts All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc., Atech Motorsports, Cal Valves, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, CV Products, Edelbrock Corp., Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Plus, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Harland Sharp/Custom Speed Parts, Holley Performance Products, IPD, Jesel Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Lunati LLC, Mahle Original Piston Rings, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motor State Distributing, Motovicity Distribution, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Sealed Power/FederalMogul, Silver Seal Products Co. Inc., Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head, VSI Performance Warehouse

Valves Atech Motorsports, Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., Enginetech Inc., Erson Camshafts, Erson Camshafts, ESCO Industries Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Mahle Original-Mahle Clevite Inc., Manley Performance, Melling Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Parker Fluid Control Division, Precision Engine Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, S.B. International Inc., Safety Auto Parts Corp., Scorpion Racing Products, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, SI Valves, TractoParts Center Inc.

Water Pumps Alliant Power, Atech Motorsports, DNJ Engine Components, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine Parts Group, Engine Parts Warehouse Inc., ESCO Industries Inc., Evans Cooling Systems Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, PAI Industries Inc., Proform Parts, Qualcast LLC, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries, Safety Auto Parts Corp., Tracto-Parts Center Inc., Weiand

Water Tubes Engine Parts Group, Liberty Engine Parts, Motovicity Distribution, Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries


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ENGINE EQUIPMENT & PREPARATION RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Goodson Tools & Supplies, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Broach

Crack Repair Equipment

Kaeser Compressors Inc., Sardello Inc.

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

Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc., LockN-Stitch

Balance Shaft Elimination Kit

Bushing Bearing & Seal Driver Sets

Cranes

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

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Steck Manufacturing

Balance Shaft Line Boring Equipment

CAD/CAM Software

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

Measurement Supply Inc., Open Mind Technologies USA Inc.

Crankshaft Furnace

Air Flow Benches Audie Technology, Jamison Equipment Inc., Performance Trends, SuperFlow Technologies Group

Air Handling Systems

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Balancing Accessories CWT Industries, Fentech Co. Inc., G & H Balancer Service, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts, Turner Technologies, Vibratech TVD/Fluidampr

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 RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Block Pressure Testing Equipment Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Delta Custom Tools, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Power Products

Boring Bar Inserts Cactus Cutters, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Boring Bar Tool Bits Cactus Cutters, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

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, Winona Van Norman

Boring Machines/Line Millsite Engineering Co. Inc.,

Cam Bearing Installation Tool

RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Crankshaft Balance Weights

Gleason Engineering Industries Inc.

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

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

Crankshaft Welder Gleason Engineering Industries Inc.

Comp Cams, Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Peterson Machine Tool Inc.

Crankshaft Grinders Jamison Equipment Inc., Joe Baker Equipment Sales, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., RT Sales, Storm Vulcan Mattoni

Cylinder Head Adapter Plates

Camshaft Grinders

Crankshaft Journal Weld Kits

Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse,

Camcraft Cams

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Cap & Rod Grinder

BHJ Product Inc.

Cylinder Head Assembly / Disassembly Equip.

Delta Custom Tools, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

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

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

Cleaning Specialized Engine Aerolyte Systems, Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, ArmaKleen Co., 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, Measurement Supply Inc., Open Mind Technologies USA Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Compressed Air Equipment Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Connecting Rod Gauges Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse,

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Goodson Tools & Supplies, Jamison Equipment Inc., RHS-Racing Head Service, Sure Products Inc., Tri-State Cylinder Head

Cylinder Porting Tools

Systems, Jamison Equipment Inc., Land & Sea Inc., Plymovent Corp., Rodmotion, Sakor Technologies, Soundmaster Noise Control, Stuska Dynamometer, SuperFlow Technologies Group, Taylor Dynamometer

Goodson Tools & Supplies

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

Cylinder Head Gauge

Cylinder Sleeve Press

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts, RHS-Racing Head Service

L. A. Sleeve Co. Inc.

Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Demagnetizers

Engine Cycle Analyzer

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Performance Trends, Simtest, SuperFlow Technologies Group

Cylinder Head Chamfering Tool

Cylinder Head Holders Cal Valves, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts, Sure Products Inc.

Cylinder Head Polishing Extrude Hone Corporation, Powerhouse Products

Cylinder Head Porting Extrude Hone, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Millsite Engineering Co. Inc., RHS-Racing Head Service, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Cylinder Head Pressure Tester Axe Equipment, Charlie Cockey Precision Inc., Delta Custom Tools, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Master Tool Equipment, Quality Power Products

Dial Bore Gauges Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Proform Parts, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Diamond Dressers

Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse

Engine Lift Fixtures

Diesel Injector Hole Repair Tools

Feeler Gauges

Irontite by Kwik-Way Inc.

Comp Cams, Goodson Tools & Supplies, S.B. International Inc.

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

Dowel Pullers Goodson Tools & Supplies, Van Norman Goodson Tools & Supplies, Tracer Products

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Dynamometers

Cylinder Hone Stops

Engine Dollies

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

Dye Penetrant Inspection

Cylinder Head Straightening

Engine Adaptor Plates

Dynamic Test Systems Inc., Go-Power

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse

Flexible Honing Tools/Brush Hones Brush Research Mfg. Co. Inc., Cylinder Head Abrasives, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Osborn International, S.B. International Inc., Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

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

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co.

Freeze Plug Tool Goodson Tools & Supplies

Gasket Scrapers Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies

Grinding Coolants Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

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

Hardness Testers Agfa NDT Inc., Comp Cams, Goodson Tools & Supplies

Head/Block Crack Repair Kits Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lock-N-Stitch, SealLock International

Head/Block Resurfacing (Belt/Sanders) Goodson Tools & Supplies, Joe Baker Equipment Sales, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

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

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Holding Fixtures

RT Sales

Goodson Tools & Supplies, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Micropolishing Equipment

Hone Stop Fixture

ABS Products Inc., QPAC Micropolishing, Sunnen Products Co

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

OHC Line Boring Tools

Honing Jigs

Dura-Bond Bearing Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies

Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Oil Leak Detection

Honing Machines Wrist Pin Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Honing Machines/Cylinder

Parts Cleaner/Chemical

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

ArmaKleen Co., Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, Goodson Tools & Supplies, HydroBlast Inc., Keteca USA Inc.`, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Miraclean, Oakite Chemetall, Omegasonics, The Casite Company, Ultrasonic Power Corporation

Honing Machines/Line

PCD Inserts - New

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

Engine Parts Group, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Quality Cutter Grinding

Honing Machines/Rod

Performance Coatings

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

Honing Machines/Valve Guide

300 Below Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Oerlikon Balzers Coating USA Inc., Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Surface Sciences, Swain Tech Coatings

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

Pin Press

Honing Plates

Fentech Co. Inc., RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

BHJ Product Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Pin Removal Goodson Tools & Supplies

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

In-Process Gauges (Cam and Crank Grinders) Arnold Gauge Co. Inc.

Inspection Gauges Agfa NDT Inc., Arnold Gauge Co. Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., NDT Systems Inc., Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Leak Down Tester

Piston Ring Compressors Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Total Seal Piston Rings

Pre-Lubricants Elgin Industries, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Oakite Chemetall, Simtest, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company

Push Rod Guide Plates Comp Cams, Elgin Industries, Proform Parts, PRW Industries Inc.

Reamers and Special Tools Cactus Cutters, Cal Valves, Goodson Tools & Supplies

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Performance Trends, Proform Parts

Replacement Chuck for Valve Facers

Leveling Device

Ring Tools

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Powerhouse Products, Proform Parts, Total Seal Piston Rings

Lubricants Champion Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Henkel Corp., Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Oakite Chemetall, Spectro Oils of America, Sunnen Products Co., Swain Tech Coatings

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Rod Bolt Protectors Goodson Tools & Supplies

Rod Furnace Goodson Tools & Supplies

Rod Vises Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts

Magnetic Particle Inspection Crack Detection

Run-In Stands

DCM-Tech, Goodson Tools & Supplies,

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Simtest

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Buyers Guide Sandpaper Belts/Wheels

Vacuum Tester

Sunnen Products Co

Abrasive Accessories Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, HallToledo Inc., Newen, Performance Trends

Valve Refacer (Grinder)

Valve Guide & Seat Machine

Jamison Equipment Inc., Kwik-Way Products Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp.

Spark Plug Thread Repair Kits Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lock-N-Stitch, Thread Kits Co.

Stands Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts, RHS-Racing Head Service

DCM-Tech, Jamison Equipment Inc., Newen, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp., T & S Machines and Tools Inc., Winona Van Norman

Valve Guide Boring Fixture Stud Pullers Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Taps Valve Guide Hone

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Test Equipment Audie Technology, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Performance Trends, R & J Manufacturing Co., Sakor Technologies, Soundmaster Noise Control, Sure Products Inc., Tracer Products

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Guide Knurling Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Thickness Gauge Measurement Supply Inc., NDT Systems Inc., Olympus

Thread Gauges

Valve Guide Pilot Goodson Tools & Supplies, Neway Manufacturing, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Measurement Supply Inc.

Valve Guide Reamer Thread Replacement Kit Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Enginetech Inc., SealLock International, Thread Kits Co.

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Newen, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Torque Plates

Valve Guide Tool

Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Parts Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Ultrasonic Test Equipment

Valve Refacer (Cutter)

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

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Neway Manufacturing,

Valve Refacer Wheels Dianamic Abrasive Products Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Valve Seat & Guide Driver Set Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, NPR of America Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Seat Cutters DCM-Tech, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Neway Manufacturing, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Serdi Corp., Shape Master Tool, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Valve Seat Inserter Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

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

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

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

Valve Seat Tool Grinder Goodson Tools & Supplies

Valve Seat Wheels Goodson Tools & Supplies, HallToledo Inc.

Valve Spring Compressor Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, T & D Machine Products

Valve Spring Testers Dynamic Test Systems Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Performance Trends, Proform Parts

Valve Stem Grinder Goodson Tools & Supplies, Rottler Manufacturing LLC

Valve Stem Height Measuring Goodson Tools & Supplies

Valve Stem Polisher Goodson Tools & Supplies

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

Adhesives American Gasket Mfg. Co. Inc., Brock Supply Company, Conklin Equipment Co., Cyclo Industries, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Permatex Inc., Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

The Casite Company

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

ArmaKleen Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Kolene Corporation

Rust Remover

Caustic Goodson Tools & Supplies

Cleaners General Use Aervoe Industries, ArmaKleen Co., Better Engineering Mfg. Inc., Cyclo Industries, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment, Keteca USA Inc.`, Mirachem Corp., Miraclean, SafetyKleen Corp, Sardello Inc., Simple Green, Soda Blast Systems, Workshop Hero

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Workshop Hero

Sealants

H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, Swain Tech Coatings, Tech Line Coatings

Brock Supply Company, Clevite Engine Bearings-Mahle Clevite Inc., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Federal Process Corp./Free All, Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., SealLock International, Swain Tech Coatings, Temel Gaskets, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Degreasers

Spray Paints

Component Part Coatings

Champion Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, H.M. Elliott Inc. Coatings, Keteca USA Inc.`, KleerFlo Company, Mirachem Corp., Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Sardello Inc., Seymour of Sycamore, Simple Green

Engine Additives Amsoil Inc., Champion Oil, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Cyclo Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motovicity Distribution, Power Clean 2000 Inc., Spacetek Oil, Tech Line Coatings, The Casite Company

Engine Assembly Fluid/Prelube Alan C Blood Co., Champion Oil, Comp Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motovicity Distribution, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company

Engine Coolant Champion Oil, Evans Cooling Systems Inc., Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Motovicity Distribution, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company

Flush Solvent Champion Oil, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Power Clean 2000 Inc.,

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Goodson Tools & Supplies, JRI Industries, KleerFlo Company

Air Dryers Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Carbon & Paint Stripper

ArmaKleen Co., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc.`, Motovicity Distribution, Permatex Inc.

Agitating Degreaser

Rust Inhibitors Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Federal Process Corp./Free All, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc.`, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Miraclean, Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust, Seymour of Sycamore, The Casite Company, Workshop Hero

Aluminum Cleaners

Abrasive, Washington Mills Ceramics Corp., Wenesco Inc., Wetblasting.com, Wheelabrator Group

Airless Shot Blasters A.R.E. Industries, Goff Inc., Guyson Corp., L S Industries, Pangborn Group, 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, Clemco Industries Corp., Dee Blast Industries, Econoline Abrasive Products, Empire Abrasive Equip Co., Goff Inc., Guyson Corp., Soda Blast Systems, Wenesco Inc., Wet Technologies, Wetblasting.com, Wheelabrator Group, Zero Blast Cabinets

Burnoff Ovens Ace Equipment, Guspro Inc., Jackson Oven, Pollution Control Products

Core Sorting Identification Equipment Endural LLC

Dust Collectors Aervoe Industries, C & M Topline, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts, Seymour of Sycamore, Tech Line Coatings

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

Filter Systems Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Strippers ArmaKleen Co.

Filtration System/Solvent Reclaimer (Waste/Clean)

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

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, ATEC Trans-Tool, Hydro Tek-Cleaning Equipment Mfg., KleerFlo Company

Zinc Oil Additives

Glass Bead Shot

Champion Oil, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Enginetech Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Les Frickshun Products Inc., Spectro Oils of America

ArmaKleen Co., Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Soda Blast Systems, Wetblasting.com

Core Cleaning & Processing 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

Metal Shot Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Pangborn Group, Wheelabrator Group

Oil/Water Separators FMT Inc., Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Paint Booths Jackson Oven

Abrasives ArmaKleen Co., C & M Topline, Cactus Cutters, Dee Blast Industries, Dianamic Abrasive Products Inc., Econoline Abrasive Products, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Mitchell Abrasives, Osborn International, Pangborn Group, Radiac

Parts Cleaning Brushes Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Keteca USA Inc.`, Osborn International

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Buyers Guide Cleaning Systems, Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Andersen Metal Products, ATEC Trans-Tool, Axe Equipment, Better Engineering Mfg. Inc., Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics, 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, Steelabrator Cleaning Systems, Viking Blast & Wash Systems, Wet Technologies

Pressure Washers

Surface Prep Discs

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

Goodson Tools & Supplies

Salt Bath Equipment

Torque Converter Flusher

Kolene Corporation

Power Clean 2000 Inc.

Sand Blasting Media

Tumbling Media

Wetblasting.com

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

Sanding Belts

Parts Washer (Hand)

Tanks Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Automotive Service Equipment, Pro Ultrasonics

Abrasive Accessories Inc., Mitchell Abrasives

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC, Graymills Corp., Keteca USA Inc.`, Landa Water Cleaning Systems, Mirachem Corp., Miraclean, Wet Technologies

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

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

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

Shot Removal Equipment

Vibratory Finishing Equipment

Clemco Industries Corp.

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

Spray Cleaner Equipment

Plastic Media ArmaKleen Co., Soda Blast Systems, Washington Mills Ceramics Corp.

Pressure Blasters Aerolyte Systems, Clemco Industries Corp., Guspro Inc., JRI Industries, Soda Blast Systems, Wet Technologies, Wetblasting.com, Zero Blast Cabinets

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

Waste Disposal Systems

Steam Cleaner Equipment

Wet Blasting

Alkota Cleaning Systems, Hydro Tek-Cleaning Equipment Mfg.

Wetblasting.com

Anchor Atlantic Group LLC

Waste Water Processing Systems HydroBlast Inc.

Wet Slurry Blasting Wetblasting.com

Cranes & Hoists Cranes & Hoists Engine Hoists Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Sardello Inc.

Engine Stands Automotive Service Equipment, Axe Equipment, Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies

Floor Cranes Automotive Service Equipment

Floor Jacks Stands Automotive Service Equipment, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse

Lifts Automotive Service Equipment

Portable Air or Electric Hoists Automotive Service Equipment

Truck Hoists Automotive Service Equipment

Hand Cleaners/Chemicals Hand Cleaners Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Gloves In A Bottle, GOJO Industries Inc., Liberty Engine Parts, Simple Green

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Buyers Guide Hand Tools Assembly Tools Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Esico Triton Intl., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Powerhouse Products, R & J Manufacturing Co., Steck Manufacturing

Wire Brushes

Spacetek Oil, Spectro Oils of America

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

Engine Pre-Lubricant

Wrenches Automotive Service Equipment, Proform Parts

Lubricants

Calipers

All Weather Lubricant Spray

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc.

Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

Diagnostic Tools Audie Technology, Camlogic Technologies, Emi-Tech Inc., Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Performance Trends, Schenck Trebel Corp., Tracer Products

Dial Indicators Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Proform Parts

Die Tools Columbia Marking Tools

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

Gauges Arnold Gauge Co. Inc., Dakota Ultrasonics, Emi-Tech Inc., Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Powerhouse Products, Proform Parts, S.B. International Inc., Sunnen Products Co

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

Champion Oil, Comp Cams, Crane Cams, Elgin Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Royal Purple LLC, Spectro Oils of America, The Casite Company, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Grease

Champion Oil, Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Motovicity Distribution, Royal Purple LLC

Alan C Blood Co., Brad Penn Lubricants, Champion Oil, Elgin Industries, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Motovicity Distribution, Royal Purple LLC, Spectro Oils of America

Engine Oil

Grinding Coolants

Amsoil Inc., Brad Penn Lubricants, Callies Performance Products, Champion Oil, Comp Cams, Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Motovicity Distribution, Royal Purple LLC, Spacetek Oil, Spectro Oils of America

Goodson Tools & Supplies, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc.

Break-In Oil

Engine Oil (Racing) Amsoil Inc., Champion Oil, Driven Racing Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Mobil 1 Racing Oil, Motovicity Distribution, Royal Purple LLC,

Honing Oil Champion Oil, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, RMC Engine Rebuilding Equipment Inc., Rottler Manufacturing LLC, Sunnen Products Co, Sunnen Products Co.

Knurling/Reaming Oil Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

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

Heat Guns Esico Triton Intl.

Mechanics Tools Automotive Service Equipment, BRYCO by Carfel Inc., Dakota Ultrasonics, Steck Manufacturing, Valco Cincinnati CP Inc.

Micrometers Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Measurement Supply Inc., Proform Parts

Pneumatic Tools Campbell Hausfeld, Goodson Tools & Supplies

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

Pullers Goodson Tools & Supplies, Proform Parts, S.B. International Inc., Steck Manufacturing

Sanders Steck Manufacturing

Soldering Tools Esico Triton Intl., Wenesco Inc. Circle 63 for more information EngineBuilderMag.com 63


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Buyers Guide Moly Paste

Computer Programming

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Liberty Engine Parts, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc.

EASE Diagnostics, Mib, Performance Trends, Pluss Corporation

Oil Spray Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Lubegard by International Lubricants Inc., Lubriplate Lubricants Company, Royal Purple LLC, Spectro Oils of America

Silicone Spray

Shipping Shipping Corrosion Inhibiting Packaging

Consulting

Crankshaft Bags

Auto Care Association, ENGINEShop Interlink, Kaeser Compressors Inc., Pluss Corporation, Polaris Systems Inc., RPMS Inc.

Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts

Cryogenic Treatment - Engine Components 300 Below Inc., Controlled Thermal Processing Inc., Mondello Tech Center LLC, Performance Cryogenics

Cylinder Head Bags/Boxes Endural LLC, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts

Aervoe Industries, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, The Casite Company

Customized Boxes

Services

Cylinder Surface Preparation

Association Member Services

Brock Supply Company, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Liberty Engine Parts

Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Gehring LP

Protective Covers/Containers

Electronic Cataloging

Compak Webcor, Endural LLC, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Sardello Inc.

AERA (Engine Rebuilders Assoc.), Auto Care Association, Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA), Specialty Equipment Market Association

Compak Webcor, R & J Manufacturing Co.

Lester Catalog Co.

Catalog - General

Engine Cleaning Services

Comp Cams, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Engine & Performance Warehouse, Goodson Tools & Supplies, Lester Catalog Co., Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA)

Sardello Inc., Wetblasting.com

Engine Disassembly Services Yamato Engine Specialists

Financing Computer Hardware

Engine Bags

Returnable Engine/Core Cases Endural LLC

Storage Racks & Benches Assembly Benches Automotive Service Equipment, Lista International Corp., Steelabrator Cleaning Systems

Kaeser Compressors Inc., Popular Leasing

EASE Diagnostics, Mib, Polaris Systems Inc.

Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

Portable Work Stations

Imtek Odor Corp., SafetyKleen Corp

ATEC Trans-Tool, Automotive Service Equipment, Lista International Corp.

Insurance Program

Welding

Charter Warranty

Leasing Services

Welding Arc Welding Equipment Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Weldcraft

Popular Leasing

Publications

Maintenance Welding Inc.

ArrowHead, Auto Care Association, Hot Rod & Restoration Show, Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, Specialty Equipment Market Association

Gas Welding Equipment

Sales/Marketing Materials

General Welding Equipment

AERA (Engine Rebuilders Assoc.), ArrowHead, Comp Cams, ENGINEShop Interlink

Automotive Service Equipment, Campbell Hausfeld, Lincoln Electric Co., Weldcraft

Shop Design Services

MIG Welding Equipment

Kaeser Compressors Inc.

Automotive Service Equipment, Lincoln Electric Co., Miller Electric Mfg. Co.

Shop Management Software AERA (Engine Rebuilders Assoc.), Comp Cams, EASE Diagnostics, Lester Catalog Co., Mib, Performance Trends, Pluss Corporation, Polaris Systems Inc.

Automotive Service Equipment, Maintenance Welding Inc., Tucker Valve Seat Co.

Smoke & Fume Removal Imtek Odor Corp., Plymovent Corp.

TIG Welding Equipment

Training/Instruction

Automotive Service Equipment, Lincoln Electric Co., Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Weldcraft

ArrowHead, Auto Care Association, FelPro/Federal-Mogul, Kaeser Compressors Inc., Race & Performance Expo, Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul, Specialty Equipment Market Association

Trade Shows & Expositions

Warranty Programs Charter Warranty

Waste Filtration Systems Imtek Odor Corp.

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Flame Spray Welding/Cast Iron Repair

Trade Shows & Expositions Auto Care Association, Comp Cams, Hot Rod & Restoration Show, International Motorsports Industry Show, Motovicity Distribution, Performance Racing Industry Trade Show, Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn (PERA), Race & Performance Expo, Specialty Equipment Market Association


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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 Pete Paulin 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

AA Midwest 2580 N. Commerce St. N. Las Vegas, NV 89030 Phone: 702-649-7776 Fax: 702-649-6777 eeh@enginequest.com www.aamidwest.com Eric Haugland Abrasive Accessories Inc. P.O. Box 1629 Frisco, TX 75034 Phone: 800-367-5886 Fax: 972-377-2248 Steve Bleggi ABS Products Inc. 591 Apollo St. Brea, CA 92821 Phone: 714-671-0728 Fax: 714-671-0836 absproducts@sbcglobal.net www.abs-products.com Linda Erath

Access Industries Co. 2221 Kenmore Ave. Unit 106 Buffalo, NY 14207 Phone: 866-210-9251 newcasting1998@gmail.com

ACL Distribution Inc. 4722 Danvers Dr. SE Grand Rapids, MI 49512 Phone: 616-956-1300 800-847-5521 Fax: 616-956-1311 dfox@aclus.com www.aclus.com Dennis Fox Advance Sleeve/Delkron 8090 Auburn Rd. Concord, OH 44077 Fax: 440-354-0350 info@delkron-mfg.com www.delkron-mfg.com Jason Moses 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

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 Aeromotive Inc. 7805 Barton St. Lenexa, KS 66214 Phone: 913-647-7300 Fax: 913-647-7207 info@aeromotiveinc.com www.aeromotiveinc.com Kyle Fickler Aervoe Industries 1198 Mark Circle Gardnerville, NV 89410 Phone: 775-783-3100 Fax: 775-782-4027 mailbox@aervoe.com www.aervoe.com Stephen Theriault

Ace Automotive Machine Sales 907 Burkhart Ave. San Leandro, CA 94579 Phone: 510-352-3790 Fax: 510-352-3792 Arthur Hernandez

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

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

Air Flow Research 28611 W. Industry Dr. Valencia, CA 91355 Phone: 661-705-8508 Fax: 661-257-4462 tony@airflowresearch.com www.airflowresearch.com Tony Mamo

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 Alexander Engine Parts 23206 Normandie Ave Torrance, CA 90502 Phone: 213-930-1740 Fax: 213-930-2937 Milo Alexander Alfing Corporation 44160 Plymouth Oaks Blvd. Plymouth, MI 48170 Phone: 734-414-5884 Fax: 734-414-5899 megerer@alfing-corp.com www.alfing.com Manfred Egerer Alkota Cleaning Systems 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 All Pro Cylinder Heads Inc. 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 Alliant Power 6167 Pepsi Way Madison, WI 53707 Phone: 608-842-5180 866-283-1785 Fax: 6088425150 abarlow@alliantpower.com www.alliantpower.com Anita Barlow 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 American Cylinder Head Inc. 399 Lesser St. Oakland, CA 94601 Phone: Fax: 510-536-6620 ed@epj-inc.com www.americancylinderhead.com Edward Pavelick

American Gasket 3828 Samuell Blvd. Dallas, TX 75228 Phone: 800-441-2655 sales@americangasket.biz Eric McPherson

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

Amsoil Inc. 925 Tower Ave. Superior, WI 54880 Phone: 715-392-7101 Fax: 715-392-5225 info@amsoil.com www.amsoil.com Ed Newman

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1 Cryo 14801 128th St. E. Puyallup, WA 98374 Phone: 800-300-2796 253-840-5999 Fax: 253-845-1943 www.onecryo.com

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 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

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

ArmaKleen Co. 469 N. Harrison St. Princeton, NJ 08543 Phone: 800-332-5424 609-497-7220 Fax: 609-497-7176 armex@churchdwight.com www.armex.com Delia Downes 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 EngineBuilderMag.com 65


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ARP Inc. 1863 Eastman Ave. Ventura, CA 93003 Phone: 805-339-2200 800-826-3045 Fax: 805-650-0742 info@arpfasteners.com www.arp-bolts.com Chris Raschke

Automotive Service Equipment 379 Cardinal Circle Torrington, CT 06790 Phone: 860-626-9633 800-229-6218 brian@asedeals.com www.asedeals.com Brian Lockhart

ArrowHead 7045 College Blvd. Overland Park, KS 66211 Phone: 800-840-8842 Fax: 913-906-1727 gcecil@arrowheadgrp.com www.zurichna.com/zdu Gerry Cecil

Avon Automotive/Progear 18 N. Newberry Ave. La Grange, IL 60525 Phone: 708-352-6870 800-323-4281 Fax: 708-352-1627 mtinaglia@progearweb.com www.progearweb.com Michael Tinaglia

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

Axe Equipment 1040 North Union St Council Grove, KS 66846 Phone: 620-767-5211 Fax: 620-767-5482 info@axeequipment.com www.axeequipment.com Terry Erichsen

Atech Motorsports 1234 Southeast Ave. Tallmadge, OH 44278 Phone: 330-630-0888 800-517-1040 Fax: 330-630-5365 jstupar@atechmotorsports.com www.atechmotorsports.com Jon Stupar 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. 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 Audie Technology 23 N. Trooper Road Norristown, PA 19403 Phone: 610-630-5895 Fax: 610-630-5894 sales@audietech.com www.audietechnology.com Audie Thomas Auto Care Association 7101 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, MD 20814 Phone: 301-654-6664 Fax: 301-654-3299 www.autocare.org 66 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

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

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

Blackstone-NEY Ultrasonics 9 N. Main St. Jamestown, NY 14701 Phone: 800-766-6606 716-665-2340 Fax: 716-665-2480 malpaugh@ctgclean.com www.ctgclean.com Mary Ann Alpaugh

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

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

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

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

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

Baker Engineering/Pro Cam 17165 Power Dr. Nunica, MI 49448 Phone: 616-837-8975 Fax: 616-837-9652 bakereng@pathwaynet.com www.bakerengineeringinc.com Sue Jerovsek

Brad Penn Lubricants 77 N. Kendall Ave. Bradford, PA 16701 Phone: 814-368-1200 Fax: 814-368-1219 jtaylor@amref.com www.pennygrade1.com Jennifer Taylor

Beck/Arnley Worldparts 2375 Midway Lane Smyrna, TN 37167 Phone: 800-464-2325 615-220-3224 www.beckarnley.com

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 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 BHJ Product Inc. 37530 Enterprise Ct. Newark, CA 94560 Phone: 510-797-6780 Fax: 510-797-9364 allen@bhjinc.com Al Cabral

Brisk USA Racing & Performance Spark Plugs 6942 FM 1960 Rd E. Ste 158 Houston, TX 77346 Phone: 832-563-6477 713-459-6977 Fax: 866-583-6239 info@briskusa.com www.briskusa.com Martin Uhlir Brock Supply Company 2150 E. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ 85281 Phone: 800-528-4400 480-968-2222 Fax: 800-889-0431 customerservice@brocksupply.com www.brocksupply.com Customer Service Brodix Inc. P.O. Box 1347 Mena, AR 71953 Phone: 479-394-1075 Fax: 479-394-1996 www.brodix.com

Cal Valves 1401 North 26th St. Escanaba, MI 49829-2500 Phone: 906-786-8749 Fax: 906-786-1398 fcalouette@calvalves.com www.calvalves.com Fred Calouette Callies Performance Products P.O. Box 926 Fostoria, OH 44830 Phone: 419-435-2711 Fax: 419-435-2625 akeiser@callies.com www.callies.com Adam Keiser

Camcraft Cams 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 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


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Supplier Directory Campbell Hausfeld 100 Production Dr. Harrison, OH 45030 Phone: 888-247-6937 Fax: 800-843-0927 www.chpower.com Canton Racing Products 232 Branford Rd. N. Branford, CT 6471 Phone: 203-481-9461 Fax: 203-481-9461 marketing@cantonracingproducts.com www.cantonracingproducts.com Brandon Hamm 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 Centroid CNC 159 Gates Rd. Howard, PA 16841 Phone: 814-353-9290 Fax: 814-353-9265 sales@centroidcnc.com www.centroidcnc.com John Cowher Champion Oil 1001 Golden Drive PO Box 645 Clinton, MO 64735 Phone: 800-821-5693 660-885-8151 Fax: 660-885-2867 kdedolph@championbrands.com www.championbrands.com Karl Dedolph III

Classic Engine Supplies Inc. 2140 Lincoln Rd. Allegan, MI 49010-9418 Phone: 269-673-2776 800-393-0544 Fax: 269-673-9636 ghoving@accn.org George Hoving

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

Clevite Engine BearingsMahle Clevite Inc. 23030 MAHLE Drive Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: 248-347-9700 800-338-8786 Fax: 248-596-8899 ted.hughes@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com Ted Hughes

Champion Spark Plug/ Federal-Mogul 26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: 248-354-7700 Fax: 248-354-7844 www.alwaysachampion.com Michael Proud Director of Marketing

Cloyes Gear & Products Co. 6101 Phoenix Ave. Suite #2 Fort Smith, AR 72903 Phone: 479-221-9904 Fax: 479-484-5501 mjordan@cloyes.com www.cloyes.com Mick Jordan

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

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

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

Cometic Gasket 8090 Auburn Rd Concord, OH 44077 Phone: 440-354-0777 800-752-9850 Fax: 440-354-0350 info@cometic.com www.cometic.com Kevyn Kistner

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

Comp Cams 3406 Democrat Rd Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: 800-999-0853 Fax: 901-366-1807 camhelp@compcams.com www.compcams.com Chris Douglas Compak Webcor 5081 Exchange Dr Flint, MI 48507 Phone: 810-230-8680 Fax: 810-230-7233 www.compakwebcor.com Robert Sibilsky Condumex Inc. 1184 E. Corporate Dr. West Arlington, TX 76006 Phone: 817-607-1500 Fax: 817-633-1692 sbauer@condumex.com Stanley Bauer Conklin Equipment Co. 584 Industrial Way Fallbrook, CA 92028 Phone: 760-728-6146 Fax: 760-728-6216 Dick Markano Controlled Thermal Processing Inc. 3627 Washington ST. Park City, IL 60085 Phone: 847-651-5511 info@metal-wear.com www.metal-wear.com F.J. Diekman Corteco 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 Crane Cams 1830 Holsonback Dr Daytona Beach, FL 32117 Phone: 866-388-5120 Fax: 608-627-0480 tech@cranecams.com www.cranecams.com Allan Bechtloff

Crankshaft Rebuilders Inc. 1200 Albright Road Sanford, FL 32771 Phone: 407-323-4870 Fax: 407-323-1180 Larry J. Eriksson CV Products 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 Cyclo Industries 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 Cylinder Head Abrasives 3322 Luyung Dr. Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 Phone: 916-638-1212 800-456-5474 Fax: 916-638-0510 www.ruffstuff.com Christine Lowe 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 Dart Machinery Ltd. 353 Oliver Dr. Troy, MI 48084 Phone: 248-362-1188 x104 Fax: 248-326-2027 kolsen@dartheads.com www.dartheads.com Kelley Olsen 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 Dee Blast Industries 3039 Johnson Rd. Stevensville, MI 49127 Phone: 269-428-2400 Fax: 269-428-3977 dave@deeblast.com www.deeblast.com Dave Tompkins

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Supplier Directory Delta Custom Tools #4-7157 Honeyman St. Delta, BC V4G1E2 Phone: 604-946-6248 Fax: 604-946-6258 dcttools@telus.net www.detlacustomtools.com Stewart McKay Deves Piston Rings 870 Gold Flat Rd. Nevada City, CA 95959 Phone: 310-676-8484 Fax: 310-676-9854 deves@deves.com www.deves.com Maria Nedrow Diamond Racing Products 23003 Diamond Dr. Clinton Township, MI 48035 Phone: 586-792-6620 877-552-2112 Fax: 586-792-1105 rbeaubien@diamondracing.net www.diamondracing.net Ron Beaubien Dianamic Abrasive Products 2566 Industrial Row Troy, MI 48084 Phone: 248-280-1185 Fax: 248-280-2733 info@dianamic.com www.dianamic.com George Collins 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 Diesel Head & Parts 210A Sam Rayburn Pkwy Lenoir City, TN 37771 Phone: 865-270-8200 Fax: 865-270-8210 paul@dieseldhp.com www.dieseldhp.com Paul Blizzard

Dipaco, Inc. 105 East Parr Blvd. Reno, NV 89512 Phone: 775-329--7511 Fax: 775-329-9740 www.dipaco.com

Driven Racing Oil 13201 Reese Blvd. West, Suite 200 Huntersville, NC 28078 Phone: 866-611-1820 sdiehl@drivenracingoil.com www.drivenracingoil.com Scott Diehl

Dura-Bond Bearing Co. 3200 Arrowhead Dr. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: 775-883-8998 800-227-8360 Fax: 775-883-9497 bdolak@melling.com www.dura-bondbearing.com William Dolak Dynamic Test Systems Inc. 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 Eagle Specialty Products 8530 Aaron Ln. Southaven, MS 38671 Phone: 662-796-7373 Fax: 662-796-7374 service@eaglerod.com www.eaglerod.com Robert Loftis 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 Scott Technology Park Olyphant, PA 18447 Phone: 888-366-3273 Fax: 570-587-7081 info@obd2.com www.obd2.com Stephen Golenski 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

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 68 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

Edelbrock Corp. 2700 California St Torrance, CA 90503 Phone: 310-781-2222 Fax: 310-320-1187 rurasaki@edelbrock.com www.edelbrock.com Rex Urasaki Egge Machine Company, Inc. 11707 Slauson Ave. Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670-2217 Phone: 866-586-3443 562-945-3419 Fax: 562-693-1635 ernie@egge.com www.egge.com Ernie Silvers

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 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 Empire Abrasive Equip Co. 2101 W Cabot Blvd. Langhorne, PA 19047 Phone: 215-752-8800 Fax: 215-752-9373 airblast@empireairblast.com www.empireairblast.com Robert Moory 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 Endural LLC 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

Engine & Performance Warehouse 955 Decatur St. Unit D Denver, CO 80204 Phone: 303-572-8844 Fax: 303-825-7619 info@epwi.net www.epwi.net Dusty Dodge 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


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Engine Parts Group/ Engine Pro 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 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 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 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

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 Warehouse Inc. 7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: 800-879-1325 Fax: 502-937-5894 mpuher@pbm-erson.com www.pbmperformance.com Michael Puher Engine Rebuilders Service Co. Inc. (ERSCO) 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

EngineQuest 2580 N. Commerce St. North Las Vegas, NV 89030 Phone: 702-649-7776 800-426-8771 Fax: 702-649-6777 eeh@enginequest.com www.aamidwest.com Eric Haugland ENGINEShop Interlink 224 West St. Brantford, ON N3R3V1 Phone: 519-756-1010 888-343-3325 Fax: 519-752-2588 engineshop@rpms.info www.rpms.info D Fedak 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 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 Esico Triton Intl. 2 Esico Lane Deep River, CT 6417 Phone: 860-526-5361 Fax: 860-526-9524 sales@esicotriton.com www.esicotriton.com Bill Spangler 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

FAST 3400 Democrat Rd Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: 901-260-3278 Fax: 901-366-1807 tech@fuelairspark.com www.fuelairspark.com David Page Federal Process Corp./ Free All 4620 Richmond Rd. Cleveland, OH 44128 Phone: 800-660-6140 Fax: 216-464-2080 www.freealloil.com Marc Spector Fel-Pro/Federal-Mogul 26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: 248-354-7700 Fax: 248-354-7844 www.felpro-only.com Michael Proud

Fentech Co. Inc. 2035 S. Highway 19 Hermann, MO 65041 Phone: 537-486-0005 Fax: 573-486-1117 fentech@swbell.net www.fentechcoinc.com Jim Davis Flowtech 1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: 270-782-2900 Fax: 270-781-9940 www.flowtechheaders.com

Extrude Hone Corporation 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

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

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

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

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 Steve May

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

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Supplier Directory 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. P O Box 828 Winona, MN 55987-0828 Phone: 507-454-3817 Fax: 507-454-3842 gleason@hbci.com www.gleasonengineering.com Jeffrey Gleason Gloves In A Bottle P.O. Box 615 Montrose, CA 91021 Phone: 818-248-9980 Fax: 818-248-8991 Debbie Piccone

Go-Power Systems 41123 Jo Drive Novi, MI 48170 Phone: 248-579-4295 Fax: 248-536-2810 info@gopowersystems.com www.gopowersystems.com Azor Phelps Goff Inc. 12216 NS 3520 Seminole, OK 74868 Phone: 405-382-6900 Fax: 405-382-7013 goff@goff-inc.com www.goff-inc.com GOJO Industries Inc. 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

Goodson Tools & Supplies for Engine Rebuilders 156 Galewski Dr. Winona, MN 55987 Phone: 800-533-8010 507-452-1830 Fax: 888-466-3909 orderdesk@goodson.com www.goodson.com David P. Monyhan Grace Automotive 183 Denison St. Markham, ON L3R 1B5 Phone: 905-475-6088 905-475-1485 Fax: 416-491-0630 Timoteo Soto 70 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

Grand Bending 1092 W. Atlanta St S.E. Marietta, GA 30060 Phone: 770-426-0734 800-426-1579 Fax: 770-426-5572 shreveb@grandbending.com www.morriscoupling.com Bob Shreve Grant Piston Rings 1360 N. Jefferson St. Anaheim, CA 92807 Phone: 714-996-0050 Fax: sales@grantpistonrings.com www.grantpistonrings.com Craig Marder Graymills Corp. 3705 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago, IL 60613 Phone: 773-248-6825 888-472-9645 Fax: 773-477-8673 info@graymills.com www.graymills.com Tom Kucklick

GRP Connecting Rods 2190 S. Jason St. Denver, CO 80223 Fax: 303-935-8048 bfscollon@aol.com www.grpconrods.com Brian Scollon Guspro Inc. 280 Grand Ave. East Chatham, ON N7M 5L5 Phone: 519-352-4550 888-648-7776 Fax: 519-352-7676 guspro@guspro.com www.guspro.com John Mariconda Guyson Corp. 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 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 HallToledo Inc. 525 W. Sophia St. Maumee, OH 43537-1847 Phone: 419-893-4334 Fax: 419-893-6492 halltoledo@accesstoledo.com Andrew Boesel

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

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 Henkel Corp. 1 Henkel Way Rocky Hill, CT 06067 Phone: 860-571-5100 Fax: 860-571-5465 www.loctite.com Jennifer Grady Hines Industries Inc. 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 Holley Performance Products 1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: 270-782-2900 Fax: 270-781-9940 www.holley.com 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 Show NBM Events P.O. Box 1416 Broomfield, CO 80038 Phone: 303-469-0424 Fax: 303-465-3424 kbradley@nbm.com www.hotrodshow.com Kent Bradley Howards Cams & Racing Components 280 W 35th Ave. Unit 2 Oshkosh, WI 54902 Phone: 920-233-5228 Fax: 920-230-4268 info@howardscams.com www.howardscams.com Scott Scovrowski 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

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 Hylomar USA 4840 N. Adams Rd. Rochester, MI 48306 Phone: 248-495-4367 248-282-0003 Fax: 206-202-6334 jim.english@hylomar.com www.hylomarusa.com Jim English Imtek Odor Corp. P.O. Box 2066 Alpharetta, GA 30023 Phone: 770-667-8621 Fax: 770-667-8683 imtek@noodor.com www.noodor.com D.J. Keller Innovative Machine & Supply 820 St. Louis Ave. Valley Park, MO 63088 scottb@innomach.com www.innomach.com Scott Blood Insta-Clean Cleaning Equipment 955 Kiowa Ave. #E Lake Havasu City, AZ 86403 Phone: 800-331-6405 Fax: 928-680-0028 email@instaclean.com www.instaclean.com Ron Bluestone Interface Solutions Inc. 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 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 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 ionbond 1823 East Whitcomb Ave Madison Hts, MI 48071 Fax: 248-392-110 jbulmer@us.ionbond.com Jeff Bulmer


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IPD 23231 Normandie Ave. Torrance, CA 90501 Phone: 800-299-4248 Fax: 310-530-1900 sales@ipdparts.com www.ipdparts.com IPD Sales 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 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

Jesel Inc. 1985 Cedar Bridge Ave. Ste Z Lakewood, NJ 8701 Phone: 732-901-1800 Fax: 732-901-2043 dgrob@jesel.com www.jesel.com David Grob

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

Joe Baker Equipment Sales 1000 Devils Backbone Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45233 Phone: 513-451-1327 888-440-9429 Fax: 513-451-9429 bakerequip@joebakerequipsales.com www.joebakerequipsales.com Joe Baker

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

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

Kubota Engine America Corp. 505 Schelter Rd. Lincolnshire, IL 60069 Phone: 847-955-2500 Fax: 847-955-2504 www.kubotaengine.com Rick Neumann

K-Line Ind. Inc. 315 Garden Ave. Holland, MI 49424 Phone: 616-396-3564 800-824-5546 Fax: 616-396-8974 www.klineind.com

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

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

Kaeser Compressors Inc. 511 Sigma Drive Fredericksburg, VA 22404 Phone: 866-516-6888 Fax: 540-898-5520 info.usa@kaeser.com www.us.kaeser.com

Jahns Piston 1360 N. Jefferson St. Anaheim, CA 92807 Phone: 714-579-3795 Fax: 714-524-6607 Craig Marder

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

Jamison Equipment Inc. 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 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 JE Pistons 15312 Connector Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92649 Phone: 714-898-9763 Fax: 714-893-8297 info@jepistons.com www.jepistons.com Sean Crawford

King Engine Bearings Inc. 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 KleerFlo Company 922 E 14th St Eden Prairie, MN 55344 Phone: 952-934-2555 Fax: 952-934-3909 kleerflo@email.msn.com Bob Hall 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

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 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 Sally Nazaroff Land & Sea Inc. 25 Henniker St. Concord, NH 3301 Phone: 603-226-3966 Fax: 603-226-4329 sales@landandsea.com www.landandsea.com Landa Water Cleaning Systems 4275 NW Pacific Rim Blvd. Camas, WA 98607 Phone: 360-833-9100 Fax: 800-535-9164 info@landa.com www.landa.com Katie Oden Les Frickshun Products Inc. P.O. Box 426 Reno, PA 16343 Phone: 814-677-5313 Fax: 814-676-0349 lesfrick@localnet.com Tom Harry

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

Liberty Engine Parts 3250 S. 76th St. Philadelphia, PA 19153 Phone: 800-621-4242 Fax: 215-937-6502 info@libertyengineparts.com www.libertyengineparts.com Paul Talluto Lincoln Electric Co. 22801 St. Clair Ave. Cleveland, OH 44117 Phone: 888-935-3877 Fax: 216-486-1751 greg_coleman@lincolnelectric.com www.lincolnelectric.com Greg Coleman Lista International Corp. 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 Lock-N-Stitch 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 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

Lubriplate Lubricants Company 129 Lockwood St. Newark, NJ 7105 Phone: 800-733-4755 Fax: 800-347-5329 info@lubriplate.com www.lubriplate.com James Girard Lunati LLC 11126 Willow Ridge Dr. Olive Branch, MS 38654 Phone: 662-892-1500 Fax: 662-892-6309 techsupport@lunatipower.com www.lunatipower.com David Chamberlain EngineBuilderMag.com 71


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Magnum Gaskets by MSI 2345 Waukegan Rd. Suite 155 Bannockburn, IL 60015 Phone: 847-580-6110 847-580-6117 Fax: 847-267-0153 info@modernsilicone.com www.magnumgaskets.com Arnie Fox

MAHLE Motorsport 270 Rutledge Rd. Unit B Fletcher, NC 28732 Phone: 615-876-1822 Fax: trey.mcfarland@us.mahle.com Trey McFarland

Marine Crankshaft Inc. 2155 Sourth Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 Phone: 714-549-2388 Fax: 714-549-1382 cacranks@yahoo.com www.marinecrankshaftinc.com David Eden Mart Corporation 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 Master Tool Equipment 2207 Toledo Drive Albany, GA 31705 Phone: 912-435-5100 Fax: 912-435-2029 fredsimonusa@netscape.net Fred Simon

Mahle Original Piston Rings 23030 MAHLE Dr. Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: 248-347-9700 800-338-8786 Fax: 248-596-8899 ted.hughes@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com Ted Hughes

Maxiforce Inc. 10900 N. W. 30th St. Miami, FL 33172 Phone: 305-592-7027 Fax: 305-592-0244 pfkelly@maxiforce.com www.maxiforce.com Paul Kelly

Mahle OriginalMahle Clevite Inc. 23030 MAHLE Dr. Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: 248-347-9700 800-338-8786 Fax: 248-596-8899 ted.hughes@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com Ted Hughes

McLaren Performance Products 32233 West Eight Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152 Phone: 248-477-6240 Fax: 248-477-3349 www.mclarenperformance.com

Maintenance Welding Inc. 23121 LaCadena E Laguna Hills, CA 92653 Phone: 949-770-7027 Fax: 949-380-9679 Jim Anderson Manley Performance 1960 Swarthmore Ave. Lakewood, NJ 8701 Phone: 732-905-3366 800-526-1362 Fax: 732-905-3010 mt@manleyperformance.com www.manleyperformance.com Michael Tokarchik Manton Pushrods 558 Birch St #4 Lake Elsinore, CA 92530 Phone: 951-245-6565 Fax: 951-245-6563 terry@mantonpushrods.com www.mantonpushrods.com Terry Manton

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

Melling Engine Parts 2620 Saradan Dr. Jackson, MI 49204 Phone: 517-787-8172 Fax: 517-787-8174 jebersole@melling.com www.melling.com Jenny Ebersole Mib 11308 Love N.E. Albuquerque, NM 87112 Phone: 505-293-8640 Fax: 505-753-7546 John Hayes

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 Ming Chang Traffic Parts No. 13 Industry 4th Rd. Ping Tung, Phone: 886-8-722-8056 Fax: 886-8-722-9920 mccchain@ms15.hinet.net www.mccchain.com.tw Erina Ou 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 Miraclean P.O. Box 100 Ashville, NY 14710 Phone: 716-763-4343 Fax: 716-763-3555 soundwaves@miraclean.com www.miraclean.com Cheryl Larkin Mitchell Abrasives 1649 International Court Norcross, GA 30093 Phone: 678-924-6490 Fax: 678-924-6486 mkelly@sunbrand.com www.mitchellsabrasives.com Mike Kelly Mobil 1 Racing Oil 3225 Gallows Rd. Fairfax, VA 22037 mobil1racing.com Steve Boguski

Motor State Distributing 8300 Lane Dr. Watervliet, MI 49098 Phone: 800-772-2678 269-463-4113 Fax: 800-772-2618 info@motorstate.com www.motorstate.com Geof Kiekenapp 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 NDT Systems Inc. 17811 Georgetown Lane Huntington Beach, CA 92647 Phone: 714-893-2438 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 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 NPR of America Inc. 14021 Bolsa Lane Cerritos, CA 90703 Phone: 562-207-6882 800-421-1415 Fax: 562-207-6883 jack@nprofamerica.net www.npramerica.com Jack Bishop

Mondello Tech Center LLC 2470 Pomona Rd. Crossville, TN 38571 Phone: 888-666-3355 931-459-2760 Fax: 931-456-6315 www.mondello.com Tim Allen

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

Moroso 80 Carter Dr. Guilford, CT 6437 Phone: 203-453-6571 Fax: 203-458-3581 www.moroso.com Thor Schroeder

Oakite Chemetall 675 Central Ave New Providence, NJ 07974 Phone: 908-508-2251 Fax: 908-464-4658 oakiteproducts@chemetell.com Sergio Mancini


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Supplier Directory 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

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

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

Powerhouse Products 3402 Democrat Rd. Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: 901-7957-600 Fax: 901-375-3430 info@powerhouseproducts.com www.powerhouseproducts.com Jennifer Lee

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

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

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

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

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

Pro Diesel 318 Fesslers Lane Nashville, TN 37210 Phone: 615-242-4072 Fax: 615-242-8371 tbeazley@dssprodiesel.com www.dssprodiesel.com Tab Beazley

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 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 Open Mind Technologies USA 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 Orison Marketing/Evapo-Rust 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 Osborn International 5401 Hamilton Ave. Cleveland, OH 44114 Phone: 216-361-1900 Fax: 216-361-1913 brushes@osborn.com www.osborn.com Erin Lease Hall PAI Industries Inc. 950 Northbrook Parkway Suwanee, GA 30024 Phone: 770-822-1000 Fax: 770-822-1421 devenm@painindustries.com www.painindustries.com Deven McCarron Pangborn Group 4630 Coates Dr Fairburn, GA 30213 Phone: 301-739-3500 Fax: 301-739-2279 Grant Ebersole

PBM Performance Products 7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: 800-588-9608 Fax: 502-937-4062 mpuher@pbm-erson.com www.pbm-erson.com Michael Puher 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 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 31531 Eight Mile Rd. Livonia, MI 48152 Phone: 248-473-9230 Fax: 248-442-7750 kevin@performancetrends.com www.performancetrends.com Kevin Gertgen Permatex Inc. 10 Columbus Blvd. Hartford, CT 6106 Phone: 877-376-2839 Fax: 800-432-2067 www.permatex.com Volker Fremuth Peterson Machine Tool Inc. 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

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

Pro Ultrasonics 9235 Archibald Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 Phone: 909-397-4118 Fax: 909-397-4258 proultrasonics@verizon.net www.proultrasonics.com Dan Kentch

Polaris Systems Inc. 3 Centerview Drive Suite 240 Greensboro, NC 27407 Phone: 336-855-5056 Fax: 336-855-7604 sales@polarissystems.com www.polarissystems.com Matthew Andrejco

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

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

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

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

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

Power Clean 2000 Inc. 3710 Avalon Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90015-60 Phone: 323-235-2000 Fax: 323-235-6259 www.powerclean2000.com Candace Chen

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

PowerBore Cylinder Sleeves 310 E. Euclid Ave. Salem, OH 44460 Phone: 330-332-1566 Fax: 330-332-5655 gkorff@qccast.com www.ez-slider.com Geoff Korff

(PERA) Production Engine Remanufacturers Assn PO Box 250 Colleyville, TX 76034-0250 Phone: 817-243-2646 Fax: 817-628-0909 joepolich@pera.org www.pera.org Joe Polich EngineBuilderMag.com 73


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Supplier Directory Professional Products 12600 Daphme Ave. Hawthorne, CA 90250 Phone: 323-779-2020 Fax: 323-754-1207 sales@professional-products.com www.professional-products.com Mike Golembesky

Proform Parts 26708 Groesbeck Hwy. Warren, MI 48089 Phone: 586-774-2500 800-521-1005 Fax: 586-778-7775 jpickering@proformparts.com www.proformparts.com Facebook.com/proformparts Twitter: @proformparts

ProMaxx Performance 103 Rainbow Ind. Blvd. Rainbow City, AL 35906 Phone: 888-462-8276 256-413-3883 Fax: 256-413-4463 scott@promaxxperformance.com www.promaxxperformance.com Scott Heaxt PRW Industries Inc. 1722 Illinois Avenue Perris, CA 92571 Phone: 951-436-7900 Fax: 951-928-8555 info@prwnetwork.com www.prw-usa.com Jamie Adkins 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

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

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

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Quality Power Products 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 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 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 Racing Engine Valves (REV) 2610 Windsor Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33407 Phone: 800-398-6348 Fax: 954-772-8301 Al Lovera Radiac Abrasive 1015 S. College Ave Salem, IL 62881 Phone: 800-793-8765 Fax: 618-548-4207 mwimberly@radiac.com www.radiac.com Martin Wimberly RCS Motorsport P.O. Box 444 Stone Mountain, GA 30086 Phone: 404-313-7535 rcsgroupllc@yahoo.com R. Clay Smith

Rebuilders Choice/Packard Industries 128 Monroe St. Boonton, NJ 7005 Phone: 800-768-3646 Fax: 973-334-5387 bob@packardind.com www.packardind.com Bob Rovegno RHS-Racing Head Service 3416 Democrat Rd Memphis, TN 38118 Phone: 877-776-4323 Fax: 901-368-1951 info@racingheadservice.com www.racingheadservice.com Kevin Feeny

Richland Ltd. 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

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

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

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

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

Safety Auto Parts Corp. 18245 Valley Blvd City of Industry, CA 91744 Phone: 626-913-3363 800-242-7538 Fax: 626-913-6200 wgonzales@safetyautoparts.com www.safetyautoparts.com Walter Gonzales

ROL Gaskets Div./ROL Manufacturing of America 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

SafetyKleen Corp 5400 Legacy Drive Plano, TX 75024 Phone: 800-669-5740 972-265-2000 Fax: www.safetykleen.com

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

Rottler Manufacturing LLC 8029 S. 200th St. Kent, WA 98032 Phone: 253-872-7050 Fax: 253-395-0230 contact@rottlermfg.com www.rottlermfg.com Anthony Usher Royal Purple LLC 1 Royal Purple Lane Porter, TX 77365 Phone: 281-354-8600 Fax: 281-354-7600 rpautotech@royalpurple.com RPMS Inc. 224 West St. Brantford, ON N3R3V1 Phone: 519-756-1010 888-343-3325 Fax: 519-752-2588 engineshop@rpms.info www.rpms.info D Fedak

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 Sardello Inc. 1000 Corporation Dr. Aliquippa, PA 15001 Fax: 724-375-4290 estatler@sardello.com www.sardello.com Eric Statler

Scat Enterprises Inc. 1400 Kingsdale Ave. Redondo Beach, CA 90278 Phone: 310-370-5501 x 120 Fax: 310-214-2285 matth@scatenterprises.com www.scatcrankshafts.com Matthew Hajimomen


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Schaeffler Group 5370 Wegman Dr. Valley City, OH 44280 Phone: 330-273-4383 nick.lanese@schaeffler.com www.schaeffler-aftermarket.us Nick Lanese 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 Rich Idtensohn

Scorpion Racing Products 3000 SW 4th Ave. Ft Lauderdale, FL 33315 Phone: 954-779-3600 Fax: 654-779-3029 scott@scorpionperformance.com www.scorpionracingproducts.com Scott Reynolds Sealed Power/Federal-Mogul 26555 Northwestern Hwy Southfield, MI 48033 Phone: 248-354-7700 Fax: 248-354-7844 www.sealedpowerpistons.com Michael Proud 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 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 Chris Heatley 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

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 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 Silvolite Pistons 1040 Corbett St. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: 775-882-7790 Fax: 775-882-7773 tech@uempistons.com www.uempistons.com Tech Department United Engine & Machine 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 Simtest 20732 Soledad St. Unit H Canyon Country, CA 91351 Phone: 800-642-8696 661-803-4486 info@simtesteng.com Greg Kuric Smith Brothers Pushrods 62958 Layton Ave #4 Bend, OR 97701 Phone: 541-388-8188 800-367-1533 Fax: 541-389-8840 smithbrothers@pushrods.net www.pushrods.net Pierre 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 Sonnys 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 Soundmaster Noise Control 872 S. Milwaukee Libertyville, IL 60048 Phone: 800-472-5952 huff@soundcontrol.com www.dynotestcells.com

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 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 Phone: 450-641-3090 800-641-3090 Fax: 450-641-6113 sornbergerb@spectrapremium.com www.spectrapremium.com Brian Sornberger

Steelabrator Cleaning Systems 110 Connelly San Antonio, TX 78203 Phone: 210-225-6745 Fax: 210-225-2114 sales@atectranstool.com Gregory Myers Storm Vulcan Mattoni 2225 Burbank Dallas, TX 75235 Phone: 214-637-1430 800-527-2442 Fax: 214-634-8201 terrywagner66@yahoo.com www.stormvulcan.com Terry Wagner Stuska Dynamometer N60 N22700 Silver Spring Dr Sussex, WI 53089 Phone: 262-252-4091 Fax: 262-252-4700 info@stuskadyno.com www.stuskadyno.com Matt Schultz

Sunnen Products Co 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

Spectro Oils of America 993 Federal Rd. Brookfield, CT 6804 Phone: 203-775-1291 Fax: 203-775-8720 dlarrabee@spectro-oils.com www.spectro-oils.com Dannielle Larrabee

SuperFlow Technologies Group 4747 Centennial Blvd Colorado Springs, CO 80919 Phone: 719-471-1746 Fax: 719-471-1490 gglanzer@superflow.com Gene Glanzer

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

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

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

Sure Products Inc. 1119 Luke St. #111 Irving, TX 75061 Fax: 972-986-5867 surepro@verizon.net www.surepro.com Gary Tatro

Steck Manufacturing 1115 S. Broadway Dayton, OH 45417 Phone: 937-222-0062 Fax: 937-222-6666 sales@steckmfg.com www.steckmfg.com John Brill

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

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Supplier Directory Swain Tech Coatings 963 North Rd Scottsville, NY 14546 Phone: 585-889-2786 Fax: 585-889-5218 office@swaintech.com www.swaintech.com Richard Tucker

Thread Kits Co. 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

Trend Performance 23444 Schoenherr Warren, MI 48089 Phone: 586-447-0400 Fax: 586-447-0440 aanderson@trendperform.com www.trendperform.com Andy Anderson

Valco Cincinnati CP Inc. 411 Circle Freeway Dr. Cincinnati, OH 45246 Phone: 513-874-6550 Fax: 513-874-1424 sales@valco-cp.com www.valco-cp.com Margaret Meeks

T & D Machine Products 4859 Convair Dr. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: 775-884-2292 Fax: 775-884-3363 www.tdmach.com Larry Tores

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

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

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

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.

Tiffin Parts 235 Miami St. Tiffin, OH 44883 Phone: 800-219-6354 Fax: 888-397-4794 tiffinparts@gmail.com www.tiffinparts.com

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

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

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

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

Taylor Dynamometer 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 tech@tciauto.com www.tciauto.com Will Vance 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

Temel Gaskets 3348 Peachtree Road, NE Tower Place 200, Suite 700 Atlanta, GA 30326 Phone: 313-342-7538 us.sales@temelgaskets.com www.temelgaskets.com Tunc Kip The Casite Company 530 Stephenson Hwy. Troy, MI 48083 Phone: 248-585-6909 Fax: 248-585-6920 jantakli@casite.com www.casite.com John Antakli 76 March 2014 | EngineBuilder

Topline Automotive 8150 S. Hoyne Ave. Chicago, IL 60620 Phone: 773-487-1400 800-441-1400 Fax: 773-487-1403 paul@toplineauto.com www.toplineauto.com Paul Plebanek 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 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 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

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

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 U. S. Tool & Mfg. 1335 W. Fullerton Addison, IL 60101 Phone: 800-433-6414 630-953-1000 Fax: 630-953-0174 bill@ustoolandmfg.com Bill Levy Ultrasonic Power Corporation 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 United Engine & Machine 1040 Corbett St. Carson City, NV 89706 Phone: 775-882-7790 800-648-7970 Fax: 775-882-7773 tech@uempistons.com www.uempistons.com Tech Department 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

Victor Reinz GasketsMahle Clevite Inc. 23030 MAHLE Dr. Farmington Hills, MI 48335 Phone: 248-347-9700 800-338-8786 Fax: 248-596-8899 ted.hughes@us.mahle.com www.mahle-aftermarket.com Ted Hughes Viking Blast & Wash Systems 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 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 Washington Mills Ceramics Corp. 165 King St. Sun Prairie, WI 53590 Phone: 608-839-5155 508-839-6511 Fax: 608-837-0808 jwilliams@washingtonmills.com www.washingtonmillsceramics.com Jack Williams


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Supplier Directory Weiand 1801 Russellville Rd. Bowling Green, KY 42101 Phone: 270-782-2900 Fax: 270-781-9940 www.weiand.com Bill Tichenor

Wetblasting.com 1633 6th Ave. Suite 205 Grafton, WI 53024 Phone: 262-573-4299 rickwpaul@gmail.com wetblasting.com Rick Paul

Weldcraft 2741 N. Roemer Rd. Appleton, WI 54911 Phone: 920-882-6800 Fax: 920-882-6840 www.weldcraft.com Mike Sammons

Wheelabrator Group 1219 Corporate Drive Burlington, ON L7L5V5 Phone: 905-319-7930 Fax: 800-845-8508 info@wheelabratorgroup.com www.wheelabratorgroup.com Doug Lo Franco

Wenesco Inc. 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 Wet Technologies 1363 Lincoln Ave. #5 Holbrook, NY 11741 Phone: 631-285-7285 Fax: 631-285-7288 info@wettechnologies.com www.wettechnologies.com Fred Greis

Winona Van Norman 710 E. 17th St. Wichita, KS 67214 Phone: 800-533-8008 316-219-3500 Fax: 3162193510 sales@winonavannorman.com www.winonavannorman.com Roger Carvalho 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 Workshop Hero 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

Yamato Engine Specialists 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

Zero Blast Cabinets One Cable Car Dr. Washington, MO 63090 Phone: 636-726-7559 636-239-8130 Fax: 800-726-7559 info@clemcoindustries.com www.clemcoindustries.com Patti Roman

World Products 7301 Global Dr. Louisville, KY 40258 Phone: 877-630-6651 Fax: 502-937-5894 bburgess@pbm-erson.com www.worldcastings.com Bruce Burgess

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Product Spotlights

Engine Pro High Performance Connecting Rods Engine Pro H-Beam Connecting Rods are forged from 4340 steel and produced on CNC machinery. They are finished in the U.S. to ensure precise big-end and pin-end bore sizes. Rods are magnafluxed, heat treated, stress relieved, shot peened and sonic tested to ensure they provide the strength required for high horsepower applications. Engine Pro connecting rods equipped with standard 8740 bolts are rated for up to 700 horsepower in small blocks, and 850 horsepower in big block applications. Visit, www.goenginepro.com.

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High Volume Oil Pumps

Speedville.com Speedville.com is the new address for performance. Whether you’re into drag racing, circle track, road racing or street performance, Speedville.com has you covered! Speedville features all of the quality technical content that Babcox Media can provide and that readers have come to expect from its top-notch trade publications. Be sure to stop by and sign up for the Pit Crew to earn miles towards gear in the Speedville Mall and a chance to win prizes!

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Orbit performance oil pumps are designed with high output and volume capabilities required for high RPM engines. The gerotors are precision machined from steelcopper alloy (FCO205), an exceptionally durable metal that assures dependability and durability. Tight housing and gerotor tolerances provide optimum pressure and flow requirements. Housings are die cast DC-12 aluminum and are anodized to prevent corrosion. All pumps are individually inspected and tested. Passenger car pumps are equivalent to OEM design, engineering and metallurgy to meet or exceed original equipment specifications. Present applications include nine applications (three performance and six passenger car); new applications will be added.

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Product Spotlights

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SV-20 Cylinder Hone 15W-50 Racing Oil

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:

AMSOIL Dominator Synthetic 15W-50 Racing Oil (RD50) provides superior performance and maximum protection in high-performance and racing applications. Dominator is engineered from advanced synthetic technology to better withstand the elevated rpm, high temperatures and shock-loading common to racing applications. Its robust formulation, tested and validated by championship race teams, is designed to provide maximum horsepower without sacrificing engine protection. Dominator provides straight-grade protection in a multi-grade formulation.

•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

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GM LS Series Rocker Arms The Elgin PRO-STOCK® brand now offers two new performance rocker arms for General Motors LS engines. Elgin is a premier, US-based manufacturer of a complete line of premium stock replacement and performance parts for today’s most powerful engines. Now available through Elgin PRO-STOCK distributors are: Elgin R-907 Rocker

(OEM #10214664)

Straight design Exhaust & Intake for LS1, LS2 & LS6 Exhaust for LS3, L92 & L76 Elgin R-908 Rocker (OEM #12569167) Offset design Intake for LS3, L92 & L76

Elgin Industries Phone: 800-323-6764

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ZERO blast cabinets are now available in an ergonomic body style, which allows the operator to sit while working. The cabinet configuration provides comfortable knee-room 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.

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Ford 5.0L & 5.8L Hydraulic Roller Camshafts Elgin Industries has introduced three new Elgin PRO-STOCK速 hydraulic roller performance camshafts for Ford 5.0L and 5.8L engines. Each cam is manufactured from premium billet steel. Now available through Elgin PRO-STOCK distributors are: p/n: E-1835-P Adv. Dur.: 285/292 Dur. @ .050: 220/226 Valve Lift: 499/.510 Lobe Sep.: 112 p/n: E-1836-P Adv. Dur.: 286/289 Dur. @ .050: 224/232 Valve Lift: 542/.563 Lobe Sep.: 112 p/n: E-1837-P Adv. Dur.: 299/327 Dur. @ .050: 236/248 Valve Lift: 574/.595 Lobe Sep.: 110

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I start out with a J-17 or a J-11 grit stone set depending on how hard the cylinder wall metal is and concentrate my honing in the area of the cylinder that is the least worn first. These low-number stone sets will take out metal quickly. I start out running the J-17 or J-11 stone set backwards (counter clockwise). As the cylinder begins to straighten out I will begin to stroke the full length of the cylinder. I keep checking the bore size and I also watch for taper. I may need to reverse my roughing stone set if I see any taper when I check the cylinder. When I am down to .003 below my finish bore size, I switch over to a J-43 set and run them clockwise until I get down to .002” of my finish size. Next I switch to the J-45 stones and hone down to .001” below my finish bore size. For a street driven engine I finish up using a set of J-55 or J-65 stones. For a performance engine I finish up with the J-87 stones. Again, I let the block sit for an hour or more and recheck the bore sizes.

Hone Tone Make sure you listen to your hone — it is trying to tell you something! As you hone a cylinder, your hone will be letting you know how things are going inside the cylinder by the sound it makes. When a hone is working properly, it will make a sound similar to the sound you hear when you sand a piece of metal with a sheet of sand paper. If you are using a J-17 grit stone at the time the sound will be like sanding with coarse sand paper. As you move closer to your finish bore size and have switched to a finer set of stones, the sound will change to a softer sound. If the hone is squealing and screaming — there is something wrong. You may be stroking the hone up and down the cylinder too slowly. Increase your stroking speed and take a look at your cross hatch pattern. If the angle of the cross hatch is too flat you are stroking the hone too slowly. A squeal on one end of the cylinder or the other may indicate that the cylinder is tapered. Reverse the hone rotation and

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clean them after each cylinder. And use a sharpening stone to clean the hone stone.

Cleaning Up We wash every block we hone with soap and hot water, even if the customer says he will wash it when he gets it back to his shop. We use Tide or Dawn liquid detergent, hot water and a brush to clean each cylinder wall. Follow the soap and water with a hot water pressure wash. Then, quickly spray the block with WD-40 or something similar to keep it from rusting. The freshly honed cylinders will begin to rust within seconds after washing them. Spray the WD on the cylinders even if they McLain said he uses a sharpening stone to are still wet. The water will clean the hone stone. come out of the metal and run off. The cylinders will look reverse the stones. Another reason bright and shiny when you are the stones may be squealing is that finished. they are loaded up with material they have removed. Increasing the Editor’s Note: This is how one vetpressure on the stones will not fix the eran of the rebuilding industry uses problem if they are loaded up. his vintage equipment to get great I always keep a plain ordinary results. Do you have tips or secrets sharpening stone, you know, the you would like to share? Contact us kind the tool truck man gives you for at esunkin@babcox.com. ■ a Christmas gift, next to my honing machine. Use the sharpening stone to clean the hone stones. Just a few The honing article author Jerry McLain light strokes along each stone is all with his son, David and dog, Pup outside that is needed to his Cuba, MO, machine shop. clean it. All you want to do is remove the material that is loading up the stone so that the sharp abrasive can do its job. The finer stones tend to load up more quickly. You may need to In the ‘Choosing the Right Oil’ article in the February issue, the following sentence should have run as: Thus, a 5W-20 oil acts like a straight 5W oil for easier cold-weather cranking and lubrication of critical upper valve train components, and maintains its viscosity when hot, like a SAE 30 oil for good oil film strength and oil pressure. ■

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