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Federal-Mogul Motorparts Launches New Website Covering Full Portfolio Of Heavy-Duty Brands And Products

In addition to information on each brand’s parts for heavy-duty applications, the new site includes product installation guides, an ever-expanding library of technical bulletins and a “Find My Part” feature.

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Federal-Mogul Motorparts has launched a comprehensive new website covering its broad portfolio of brands and products for the heavy-duty engine and vehicle markets. The new site, FMHeavyDutyParts.com, offers detailed product and technical information covering the company’s lines of Abex commercial grade friction, FPDiesel engine and fuel system components and gaskets, National oil seals and bearings, ANCO wipers, Champion spark plugs, MOOG steering and suspension and Wagner lighting products. Federal-Mogul Motorparts is a division of Federal-Mogul Holdings Corp.

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Federal-Mogul - New WebsiteIn addition to information on each brand’s parts for heavy-duty applications, the new site includes product installation guides, an ever-expanding library of technical bulletins and a “Find My Part” feature that enables users to look up any quantity of parts across each brand through an electronic catalog as well as digital versions of several recent print catalogs.

“Our new website underscores the value of relying on Federal-Mogul Motorparts for high-quality repair solutions for virtually any on- or off-highway vehicle, stationary engine or agricultural, industrial or commercial marine application,” said Dan Leo, the company’s heavy-duty brand manager. “Few industry manufacturers can match our original equipment expertise, the breadth of our aftermarket product offering or the strength of our respected brands.”

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To learn more, contact a Federal-Mogul Motorparts representative or replacement parts distributor, and visit www.FMHeavyDutyParts.com.

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